Windham

Windham, town (1990 pop. 22,039), Windham co., E Conn.; inc. 1692. It includes the industrial city of Willimantic where rubber, radio and electric parts, machinery, steel, and insulation are manufactured. At Windham Center (settled c.1688) are several historic buildings.

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