•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.
•You can make a living of agriculture (farming wheat, barley, oats, corn, and fishing.
•You can practice your religious beliefs as you wish a Puritan nobleman's heaven.
•There is a temperate climate and right by a body of water
•It is a wealthy colony
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Steady and protective
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 life was like a stopid country
Colonial Connecticut was founded as a sanctuary for Puritan men.
how was life like for colonial priests/preachers
Colonial Conneticut looks mostly as it is today, but more distinct, such as, in farmland.
In colonial Connecticut the major religious denominations were Puritan and Congregationalist.
One bad thing that happened in Colonial Connecticut is the Pequot War. Colonial Connecticut is also here slavery began in this country.
how was the government of connecticut different from the one in massachusetts
Clothing in colonial Connecticut were like this: They took a thin board on which were strips of leather set with hooked wire teeth. They would pull it across the second board until the fibers were brushed flat.
I don't know, sorry. I have a stupid project about connecticut, and the animals in colonial times.
Social classes in colonial Connecticut include Gentry, middle class and indentured servants. There was also a slave class in early Connecticut.
Colonial Connecticut's geography was hills and mountains.
== == 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.
it pretty much look like today but with more trees and farm land.
Connecticut was founded in colonial times. The founding location was near what is today known as the Connecticut river.