So Good to See You, Connecticut – Attractions

So Good to See You, Connecticut – Attractions

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3 Popular Attractions In Connecticut

  • Wadsworth Atheneum: Art museum in Hartford, Connecticut.
  • Connecticut Facts:

    • In 1705, copper was discovered in Simsbury. Later, the copper mine became the infamous New-Gate Prison of the Revolutionary War. Doctor Samuel Higley of Simsbury started the first copper coinage in America in 1737.
    • Although West Haven is Connecticut’s youngest city, being incorporated in 1972, it is a community that dates back over 360 years, making it one of the oldest settlements in the country.
    • Connecticut is one of the six (Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut) New England states.
    • The Scoville Memorial Library in Connecticut is the oldest publicly funded library in the U.S. It was established in 1771 by a local man named Richard Smith. Richard brought the first set of 200 books from London, with the funds contributed by thirty-nine people from the town of Salisbury.
    • John Haynes was Connecticut’s first governor.
    State of Connecticut

    • The Constitution State (official)
    • The Nutmeg State
    • The Provisions State
    • The Land of Steady Habits

    Anthem:Yankee Doodle

    Map of the United States with Connecticut highlighted

    Map of the United States with Connecticut highlighted
    Country United States
    Before statehood Connecticut Colony
    Admitted to the Union January 9, 1788 (5th)
    Capital Hartford[2]
    Largest city Bridgeport
    Largest metro and urban areas Greater New York (combined)
    Greater Hartford (metro and urban)

    Governor Ned Lamont (D)
    Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz (D)
    Legislature Connecticut General Assembly
    Upper house Connecticut Senate
    Lower house Connecticut House of Representatives
    Judiciary Connecticut Supreme Court
    U.S. senators Richard Blumenthal (D)
    Chris Murphy (D)
    U.S. House delegation 5 Democrats (list)

    •Total 5,567sqmi (14,357km2)
    •Land 4,849sqmi (12,559km2)
    •Water 698sqmi (1,809km2) 12.6%
    •Rank 48th

    •Length 70mi (113km)
    •Width 110mi (177km)

    500ft (150m)

    (Massachusetts border on south slope of Mount Frissell[3][a])
    2,379ft (725m)

    0ft (0m)

    •Total 3,605,944[4]
    •Rank 29th
    •Density 739/sqmi (285/km2)
    •Rank 4th
    Median household income

    •Income rank




    Official language None
    Time zone UTC– 05:00 (Eastern)
    •Summer (DST) UTC– 04:00 (EDT)
    USPS abbreviation
    ISO 3166 code US-CT
    Traditional abbreviation Conn.
    Latitude 40°58′ N to 42°03′ N
    Longitude 71°47′ W to 73°44′ W


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