About North Stonington
North Stonington is located in New London County, in the southeastern corner of Connecticut. Initially a part of Stonington, the town separated and was incorporated in 1807. Its commercial growth and development started in the 19th century. Numerous farms, mills, and textile industry enterprises were established. North Stonington becomes a mercantile center. After the Civil War, local commerce changed drastically. The community became mainly agricultural and focused on dairy products production. Today, North Stonington remains in its traditional rural atmosphere and aesthetic with numerous historic buildings from the late 1700s and early 1800s.