Connecticut had resources in the 1600s which helped settlers. The timber was vast and the logging industry was able to harvest lumber for houses.
Assembly members from Massachusetts were chosen to rule Connecticut.
it was a Constitutional monarchy
tobacco and rice
Farming and trading
Winters were cold and summers were mild
Connecticut wasn't a state in the 1600's, it was the 5th state in the us in 1788, so there were no "Connecticut" schools in the 1600's
farming and trading were the occupations. You would trade metal hunting tools with the Indians for the fur that they got from trapping.
horses,wagon, foot, train
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In the 1600s in Connecticut people could work at places such as shipbuilding yards, shipping docks, and fur trading companies. There were also jobs mining copper, working in the timber industry, and producing things like beer, rum, and whiskey.
Connecticut Colony was founded by English settlers in the 1600s. Some people that are recognized as founders include Thomas Hooker and John Haynes.
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The first major settlements were established by the English in the 1630's.
People liked going to Connectiocut is because they liked the eather that they had it had coldness, cool summers, and it was in the north. I LOVE CONNECTICUT I MEAN WHO DOES'NT!
the order of connecticut, the Mayflower compact, and the House of Burgesses
In Connecticut, a 14 year old can get a working permit from the Connecticut State Department. There are a number of occupations that a 14 year old can engage in such as those in banks, hospitals, hotels, insurance companies and in convalescent homes.
The main tranportation would be walking and sailing. only rich people owned horses. I hoped i helped!
horse back, horse and buggy, and walking.
They ate donut's, corn, squash, basically regular foodthey mostly ate corn squash beans and peas
Daily life in Connecticut in the 1600s was very difficult. There were no convenience foods or super centers, so people had to make their own clothes and grow their own food. Similarly, they had to build their own homes, and make them strong enough to withstand bad weather. Colonists had to save up enough food and lumber to get themselves through the winter without freezing or starving.
Connecticut was one of the New England colonies which was the coldest region. Summers were mild, but short, and winters were long and cold. One benefit of the colder conditions was that disease did not spread as quickly in the New England colonies as it did in the Middle and Southern colonies.