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What was education like in the colony of Connecticut?
Like Britain's cuz Connecticut was ruled by them as a colony.
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Colonial time Connecticut was very poor to begin with, but soon the tobacco help the colony expand and become prosperous. The trades were farming, metal work, and merchant goo…ds. The colony was dependent on trade.
â¢If you weren't a farmer then you traded up and down the Connecticut river with the Native Americas they would give steel tools for furs from the animals. . â¢You ca…n make a living of agriculture (farming wheat, barley, oats, corn, and fishing. . â¢You can practice your religious beliefs as you wish a Puritan nobleman's heaven. . â¢There is a temperate climate and right by a body of water . â¢It is a wealthy colony . thank you i am doing a history project and that helps alot!:)
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NEW ANSWER: As in all of the New England Colonies, Connecticut had rocky soil, and people usually only grew enough food to feed their families. Because of the bad soil, man…y of the New England colonists would migrate further south to where the soil was much better for growing crops.
The land wasn't very hilly, but there were many fresh rivers and lakes in the area. Many of the early colonists drank this water, and were perfectly healthy.
There isn't much info on the general personalities of the people living in Connecticut. But I know they have lots of jobs. They usually have more then one or two jobs in a lif…etime. They do not specialize in one thing they do many, as in they will often have a job, join the military, and then start a completely different job. good people, all types of people and cultures, but it does depend where in CT
hello this is me (the one who answered the question for peeling bark off a white willow or whatever tree) they provided education that was the same as our current day educatio…n except they did NOT teach some classes like social studies (because there was nothing to study in that field)
The Colony was surronded by forests producing lumber and rich farm land to grow crops and raise cows and pigs.. The Colony was surronded by forests producing lumber and rich …farm land to grow crops and raise cows and pigs.. The Colony was surronded by forests producing lumber and rich farm land to grow crops and raise cows and pigs.
Life in Connecticut was harsh for most colonists but they managed to survive. The summers in Connecticut were mild but the winters were much colder than the English. They usua…lly farmed like they grew corn, beans, squash, and apples. They also raised cattle for beef and milk. Shipbuilding, fishing, and whaling were also ways they make a living along the coast of Connecticut. They also hunted game, and wove the fabrics they needed.
There were slaves but not a lot.lots of subsistantance farming ( growing only enough to survive maybe a little more)
Steady and protective
people grow crop 4 an living
Clothing in colonial Connecticut werelike this: They took a thin board on which were strips of leatherset with hooked wire teeth. They would pull it across the secondboard unt…il the fibers were brushed flat.
Lots of times slave owners would rub feces (poop) all over the slave and it would act as humiliation.
They worked, helping mothers and fathers do daily chores.
-mostly Puritans -immigrants weren't very welcome -class system was used -religious freedom -most farmed + fished -exported lumber and fish -imported slaves -gov…ernment power was limited