Connecticut

Connecticut - Connecticut By Carisa Danielle U.S History...

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Connecticut U.S. History Period 4 September 10, 2008
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olonization Colonization etween e years 1635 and Between the years 1635 and 1636 Colonist moved into the beginnings of towns, which in 1636 would form the Connecticut colony. The colony of Connecticut was founded by Thomas k l di p f Hooker, including a group of Massachusetts colonists.
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small group of colonists A small group of colonists from Plymouth entered into the area of the Connecticut i Th D t h t t d th River. The Dutch stated the claim to the lands, But instead of retreating they sailed farther north and established a trading post at Windsor. Both of the colonies cused on their formation focused on their formation.
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ettlers Settlers Europeans were the very first settlers in the area of Connecticut. homas Hooker Thomas Hooker explored the land alongside the Connecticut River. A small fort was made in the vicinity of Hartford, that was then called New Hope.
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ew England region New England region
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 365 taught by Professor Brothermercier during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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Connecticut - Connecticut By Carisa Danielle U.S History...

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