Why in fact they do, there are even some schools such as penn foster that offer them. At the minimum they can prepare you for your GED test.
Connecticut is famous for the first hamburger,
One day in the year 1900 a man dashed into a small New Haven luncheonette and asked for a quick meal that he could eat on the run. Louis Lassen, the establishment's owner, hurriedly sandwiched a broiled beef patty between two slices of bread and sent the customer on his way, so the story goes, with America's first hamburger.
That place is Loius Lunch.
Another famous spice in the Nutmeg. That's why we are the Nutmeg state.
Mystic Pizza became famous for the movie starring Julia Roberts.
We are famous for alot of the great seafood restaurants along the shoreline.
People earn a living through a variety of jobs in Connecticut. Some of these jobs include working in the restaurant business, teaching, as well as working as an administrative assistant.
The Mohegan Sun Casino is Located in The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area in Pennsylvania. It is located at 1280 Hwy 315 Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702. It is right off of I-81.
That depends on which team happens to be in first place at the time you're asking the question.
Hartford is the capital city in Connecticut.
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he recovered from cancer,
and the house burned down
and a few other things
Whales, Fox, Geese, Deer, Wolves (i think)
Fairfield County, Ohio, USA - 509 square miles.
The driving distance from Springfield VA to Hartford CT is 362 miles.
== == I believe it is Hartford.
Prior to 1875, CT had two capitals: Hartford and New Haven.
It's not. It is the state flower of Pennsylvania.
Officially, a Connecticut resident is called a Connecticuter. People from Connecticut are most often called Nutmeggers, if a demonym is called for.
They are more likely to call themselves by the more regional Yankee, or even New Englanders, as so many are transplants from surrounding states. For example, in the 1960s and 1970s there was a large amount of immigration from Maine.
Connecticutians has a small following, indicated by its inclusion in the Merriam-Webster online open dictionary.
Connecticut was not annexed to the United States.
This is a definitional issue. Annexation requires a larger complete entity passing a law or edict to absorb a smaller outside territorial entity. Connecticut was one of the original thirteen colonies/states and therefore was responsible for the creation of the United States. Since Connecticut created the United States (along with the other twelve colonies/states) it cannot be annexed by the United States.
The proper choice of words (and the answers) are either:
"When did Connecticut accept the Articles of Confederation and therefore joined the first form of the United States?" -- February 12, 1778 (It was the fifth of the thirteen colonies, since they were colonies at that point)
"When did Connecticut ratify the Constitution and therefore joined the United States as it now existed?" -- January 9, 1788 (It was the fifth of the thirteen states, since they were states at that point)
It is worth noting that it being the "fifth" both times is purely incidental.