Bantam is located in Litchfield County along the shores of Bantam River near the Mt. Tom State Park. Bantam is located on Highway 202 between Litchfield and Woodville.
The name Bantam derives from the Algonquian language meaning "he prays." Algonquin was the language spoken by Native Americans in the Northeast and portions of Canada. The word Algonquin itself means "At the place of spearing fishes and eels."
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