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What was colonial Connecticut like?


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Answered 2008-11-30 18:39:12

== == 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 goods. The colony was dependent on trade.


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