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on 8 October 2012

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Transcript of Connecticut Colony ,

We understand your frustration.
Come to Connecticut for representation! Connecticut Colony Thomas Hooker Hooker was a man who became
dissatisfied with Massachusetts
so he led his congregation through
the wilderness to Connecticut,
where he founded the town of
Hartford. Then later on Hartford
and three other colonies came
together and adopted a plan of
government called the
Fundamental Orders of
Connecticut. What year was
this colony founded? The Connecticut colony as founded in 1636 by Thomas Hooker. Strengths and Weaknesses Strengths- Represented a diverse
group of peoples, nationalities, and
Religion. This colony's lands offered
ample opportunity for merchants
and traders
Weaknesses- They could worship
anyone/anything they wanted to
and they had no rules.
They need rules. Relationship with
Colonist The Connecticut Colony
was much better for farming
than the stony soil around Boston. So colonist were drew to this colony because of its good land. Connecticut Colony
Map Connecticut
Images Connecticut Colony Economics- mixed farming Government- Corporate Chart Religion- Puritan 5+7= (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr Original Purpose- Religious and economic freedom and expansion of trade Trivia

Who founded this Colony? 1636 Thomas Hooker

What year was this colony found? (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr By:Stephanie Exley
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