What industries were common in Colonial Connecticut?
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The main industries of connecticut would probably be mostly fish and other items you would get when hunting or fishing
The economy of colonial Connecticut included a lot of fishing. Other major industries in the Connecticut economy included wheat, corn, tobacco, and livestock.
Agricultural products, iron ore products, and large blocks of iron that were exported to England.
There were different types of jobs that the people in colonial Connecticut had. Some of the common ones included midwifery, clergymen, laundress, farmers, cobblers, fishing and so much more.
Yes, there were slaves in colonial Connecticut.
it was mostly puritans in colonial Connecticut
it was the rule of Fundamental Orders of Connecticut. it was the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut. The government in Colonial Connecticut was a Constitutional monarchy.
Colonial Connecticut was founded as a sanctuary for Puritan men.
One bad thing that happened in Colonial Connecticut is the Pequot War. Colonial Connecticut is also here slavery began in this country.
Tobacco and rice. Also, they grew corn, and some types of beans, too. Carrots were another common staple. Corn was made into basically everything back in colonial times, because it was the most abundant crop. There were limited supplies that existed in colonial Connecticut.
In colonial Connecticut the major religious denominations were Puritan and Congregationalist.
how was the government of connecticut different from the one in massachusetts
Because of its fertile soil and closeness to the coast the major industries in the economy for Connecticut were wheat, corn, and fishing. Other industries included tobacco, whaling, livestock, and shipbuilding. Besides farmer and fisherman, other occupations of the time included preacher, carpenter, blacksmith, barber, tailor, and grocer - all the jobs needed to take care of daily needs
I don't know, sorry. I have a stupid project about connecticut, and the animals in colonial times.
One benefit of living in the Connecticut Colony was that there were a number of ways to make a living. Some of the major industries were shipbuilding, fishing, whaling, copper production, and raising livestock, to name a few. One downside was the lack of religious freedom.
There were several industries in Colonial New Jersey, Iron plantations, Land Industries were two of them.
The Major industries in colonial New Jersey was iron plantations, lumbering and farming.
Social classes in colonial Connecticut include Gentry, middle class and indentured servants. There was also a slave class in early Connecticut.
Because of its fertile soil and closeness to the coast the major industries in the economy for Connecticut were wheat, corn, and fishing. Other industries included tobacco, whaling, livestock, and shipbuilding. Besides farmer and fisherman, other occupations of the time included preacher, carpenter, blacksmith, barber, tailor, and grocer - all the jobs needed to take care of daily needs.
Colonial Connecticut's geography was hills and mountains.
colonial economy was among the activities introduced by the intruders in in their colonies so as they can get raw materials to feed their industries in Europe. the components of colonial economy was agriculture, mining, industries,etc
it was not too easy because colonial Connecticut was mostly a fishing area. the land in Connecticut was hilly but had good soil for farming. so technically the answer to this question is... it depends on where you are in Connecticut to find a good place for farming.
Connecticut was founded in colonial times. The founding location was near what is today known as the Connecticut river.
Connecticut was founded by Thomas Hooker for religeus freedom.
During the colonial era in America the economic activities that people were involved in were agriculture and mining. The major industries were therefore agriculturally based.
There weren't such things as tourist attractions in colonial times.
No. Connecticut does not recognize common law marriage.
Maine has changed greatly since Colonial days. Maine has advanced industries like the fishing and lobster industries in place now.
Corn, pumpkin, squash, and beans were some of the crops grown and eaten in Colonial Connecticut. They also ate a variety of seafood and turkey meat.
In modern Connecticut the most important crops are dairy, poultry, forest and nursery, tobacco, vegetables and fruit. The most important crop in colonial Connecticut was tobacco, the second most important being rice.
Connecticut had a representative government on account of the Fundamental orders of Connecticutestablished in 1639.
in colonial times, shipbuilding and lumber...
They played COD
their religion was puritans in colonial Connecticut
yes they had schools as of 1750
Puritan and Congregationalist
Steady and protective
For their fertile land
Tobacco and rice
Many people today think of the Militia as a small company of men from a particular Connecticut village who would occasionally muster on the common or green and practice the military drill of the day.
Some of the major industries of colonial New Jersey were agriculture and lumber.
People went to Connecticut in order to find rich and fertile farmland.
the dutch and the swedish tom hooker was the founder of the colony of connecticut