Westmoreland County, Connecticut was a county established by the State of Connecticut in the present-day area of Wyoming Valley, in northeastern Pennsylvania. Both colonies claimed this territory until after the American Revolutionary War, when Connecticut ceded it to Pennsylvania in 1784 as part of a national resolution of outstanding claims. This territory now forms the northeastern corner of Pennsylvania.
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