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their was a war and Connecticut won it so it became a state
If you are 16 or older you can petition for emancipation. There will be an investigation into the situation within 30 days. The court will then determine if an order of emanci…pation should be issued.
Connecticut became a state on January 9, 1788. It was the fifth state of the United State. The state capital is Hartford.
Connecticut was one of the 13 colonies during the American Revolution. After America won, and the Constitution was written, the colonies were allowed to become states under th…e condition that they ratified the Constitution. The benefits of being a state were having representatives in the Senate and the House of Representatives, so that when decisions were being made for the whole nation, people from their state would have some say.
Yes. It was one of the first to be settled as a British colony, but it was the 5th to ratify the American Constitution.
The state of Connecticut is one of the fifty states of the United States of America and was the fifth state admitted into the union, as well as one of the first thirteen colon…ies that reached from the current Eastern United States to Georgia. Connecticut was admitted in 1756.
Connecticut means by the river in Native American
Connecticut became a state in the United State back in 1788.
Connecticutwas admitted into the Union on January 9, 1788 becoming the 5thstate to join the Union.
Slaves were mentioned in Hartford from 1639 and in New Haven from 1644. As in the rest of New England, they were few until about 1700. Connecticut citizens did not participate… directly in the slave trade in the late 17th century (at least that's what the colonial governor assured the British Committee for Trade and Foreign Plantations). celph arimor.....But the governor's report in 1680 implied that Massachusetts merchants were bringing in three or four black slaves a year from Barbados. Since the average price of a black slave in Connecticut was £22 that year and the rate in Massachusetts was £10 to £20, this was a worthwhile venture for a Boston slaver. Even in the early 1700s, however, direct slave imports to Connecticut were considered too few to be worth the trouble of taxing. The governor reported only 110 white and black servants in Connecticut in 1709. In 1730, the colony had a black population of 700, out of a total enumeration of 38,000. originally posted by arimor
January 9, 1788. It was the 5th State.