1878 Wallingford tornado


The Wallingford Tornado struck the town of Wallingford, Connecticut on August 9, 1878. The violent tornado destroyed most of the town, killing 34 people and injuring at least 70, many severely. This was the deadliest tornado ever to strike the state of Connecticut, and the second deadliest ever in New England, after the Worcester tornado of 1953. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Meriden (Connecticut)
  2. North Branford
  3. North Haven (Connecticut)
  4. North Haven (condado de New Haven, Connecticut)
  5. Stonington (Connecticut)
  6. Cheshire (Connecticut)
  7. Cheshire Village
  8. North Stonington
  9. Wallingford (Connecticut)
  10. Wallingford Center
  11. North Branford, Connecticut

Natural Heritage / State parks

  1. Wharton Brook State Park

Census-designated places

  1. Pawcatuck

what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments / Castles

  1. Castillo Craig

Public high schools

  1. Lyman Hall High School
  2. Hamden Middle School


  1. Mill River (Connecticut)


  1. Sleeping Giant (Connecticut)

Other interest places

  1. 1878 Wallingford tornado
  2. Quinnipiac University School of Law

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