How do you get to Connecticut from New York city?
One can travel by road to Connecticut from New York City in about one hour. Traveling by car, one would take I-95 and CT-8 northward to travel from the City to Connecticut.
I would say that New York City is to New York as Stamford is to Connecticut. New York City is one of the largest cities in the U.S., but it is not the capital of New York State (Albany is). Stamford is also one of the largest cities in the U.S., but it is not the capital of Connecticut (Hartford is).
I live in Connecticut and work in New York. Do I collect unemployment benefits from New York or Connecticut?
The question calls for the names of cities in Connecticut that are closest to New York City.With that said, the major cities in Connecticut that are close to New York City are the following: Stamford, Norwalk, Bridgeport and New Haven. As an aside, this question most likely was asked as residents from the aforementioned cities often commute to work in NYC.
New York IS (was) New Netherland. The Dutch were the first Europeans to settle the New York area. When they settled the area that is now New York City, they named it "New Amsterdam." They named the surrounding area, "New Netherland." New Netherland included land in what is now New York State, New Jersey, Connecticut and Delaware. New Amsterdam (now New York City) was the capital of the the greater province of New Netherland.
No, New Amsterdam was the colony in Manhattan that later became New York City. New Netherlands was the greater province that New Amsterdam was a part of. The greater province of New Netherlands consisted of land which later became parts of New York State, New Jersey, Connecticut, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. New Amsterdam was a colony in the province of New Netherlands, the same way modern-day New York City is a city in the…
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