Naugatuck is known for the accomplishments of its residents including J.H. Whittemore who changed the look of the community with 11 architectural commissions to McKim, Mead and White; Charles Goodyear who received a patent for the vulcanization of rubber in 1843; and Peter Halajian who opened a candy store that evolved into Peter Paul Mounds. Today, the factory on Rte. 63 south is the only place in the world where Mounds and Almond Joys are made.
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