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Connecticut         By  Madison Frymyer          &    Nevah EckardBusiness Presentations
Website● http://www.ct.gov/
Capital● located north of capitol avenue and south of  bushnell park in hartford
History● Rapid growing population● French and Indian War● speculation in cheap land, available  elsewhere
Geographic Location● is located in north hartford county, in east  berlin.
Flag● gold, and silver-rimmed shield picturing three  grapevines, gold- and brown-rimmed white  ribbon under the shield, s...
Population● 3,580,709 people
Geographical Size● land:605.64 sq mi (1,569 km²)● water:256.38 sq mi (664 km²), 29.74%
Major Industries/Services● connecticut is an industrialized state, and  has recently diversified toward a broader  "econom...
Tourist Attractions● Gillette Castle State Park Home to famous  Actor: "William Gillette"
Climate●   Mild Winters and Warm Summers●   Temperate Climate●   Average Jan. temp is 27 degrees Fahrenheit●   Average Jul...
Natural Resources● Water● Animals  ○   Fish  ○   Deer  ○   Turkeys  ○   etc.● Timber
Major Cities and CollegesCities             Colleges● New Haven        ● Yale University● Monroe           ● University of...
Famous People●   John Mayer●   50 Cent●   George H.W. Bush●   George W. Bush●   Mark Twain
Motto● "Qui Transtulit Sustinet" (He Who  Transplanted Still Sustains)
State...● Flower: Mountain Laurel● Bird: Robin● Animal: Physeter Catodon, Sperm Whale
State Nickname● Constitutional State
Summary●   Website: http://www.ct.gov/●   Rapid growing population●   Temperate Climate●   50 Cent, Mark Twain
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  1. 1. Connecticut By Madison Frymyer & Nevah EckardBusiness Presentations
  2. 2. Website● http://www.ct.gov/
  3. 3. Capital● located north of capitol avenue and south of bushnell park in hartford
  4. 4. History● Rapid growing population● French and Indian War● speculation in cheap land, available elsewhere
  5. 5. Geographic Location● is located in north hartford county, in east berlin.
  6. 6. Flag● gold, and silver-rimmed shield picturing three grapevines, gold- and brown-rimmed white ribbon under the shield, states motto, which means, "He Who Transplanted Still Sustains"● The grapevines represent the early, "English settlers"
  7. 7. Population● 3,580,709 people
  8. 8. Geographical Size● land:605.64 sq mi (1,569 km²)● water:256.38 sq mi (664 km²), 29.74%
  9. 9. Major Industries/Services● connecticut is an industrialized state, and has recently diversified toward a broader "economic portfolio"● some industries are "aerospace, advanced, and manufacturing"
  10. 10. Tourist Attractions● Gillette Castle State Park Home to famous Actor: "William Gillette"
  11. 11. Climate● Mild Winters and Warm Summers● Temperate Climate● Average Jan. temp is 27 degrees Fahrenheit● Average July temp is 70 degrees Fahrenheit● 25 - 60 of snow ○ heaviest snowfall in North East
  12. 12. Natural Resources● Water● Animals ○ Fish ○ Deer ○ Turkeys ○ etc.● Timber
  13. 13. Major Cities and CollegesCities Colleges● New Haven ● Yale University● Monroe ● University of● Berlin Connecticut● Stamford ● Fairfield University
  14. 14. Famous People● John Mayer● 50 Cent● George H.W. Bush● George W. Bush● Mark Twain
  15. 15. Motto● "Qui Transtulit Sustinet" (He Who Transplanted Still Sustains)
  16. 16. State...● Flower: Mountain Laurel● Bird: Robin● Animal: Physeter Catodon, Sperm Whale
  17. 17. State Nickname● Constitutional State
  18. 18. Summary● Website: http://www.ct.gov/● Rapid growing population● Temperate Climate● 50 Cent, Mark Twain
  19. 19. Information PictureSources SourcesClimate Capitol Buildinghttp://www.city-data.com/states/Connecticut-Climate.html http://www.ctahq.org/history.htmColleges and Cities Maphttp://www.citytowninfo.com/places/connecticut/colleges http://www.jud.ct.gov/directory/maps/GA/Default.htmFamous People Flaghttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_people_from_Connecticut http://www.50states.com/flag/ctflag.htmMotto Gillette Castlehttp://www.ct.gov/ctportal/cwp/view.asp?a=885&q=246508 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gillette_Castle_State_ParkState… Yale PennantFlower, bird, and animal http://www.collegeflagsandbanners.http://www.ct.gov/ctportal/cwp/view.asp?a=885&q=246586 com/yale_university_felt_pennant_56542_prd1.htmlNickname State Flower, Bird, and Animalhttp://www.statesymbolsusa. http://www.ct.gov/ctportal/cwp/view.asp?a=885&q=246586org/Connecticut/nicknameConnecticut.html John Mayer http://johnmayerpics.blogspot.com/Video Source Mark Twain http://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/mark- twain-64.phphttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPNFFpDu0c4

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