About The Area
Lebanon is located in New London County, Connecticut, situated just north of Norwich and south of Willimantic. Agriculture is a significant economic driver of the town, which is home to many farms. For more than 50 years, the town has also hosted the Lebanon Country Fair, known for its agricultural shows.
Lebanon also played a significant role in the Revolutionary War. Connecticut’s governor at the time, Jonathan Trumbull, directed the state’s war efforts from his family’s store located on the town green. The small building became known as the War Office and still remains on the green today. One of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, William Williams, was also a native of Lebanon, and son-in-law to Governor Trumbull.
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