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Connecticut

(Encyclopedia) Connecticut k?n?t?k?t, southernmost of the New England states of the NE United States. It is bordered by Massachusetts (N), Rhode Island (E), Long Island Sound (S), and New York (W?

Connecticut

(Encyclopedia) Connecticut, longest river in New England, 407 mi (655 km) long, rising in the Connecticut Lakes, N N.H., near the Quebec border, and flowing S along the Vt.-N.H. line, then across?

Connecticut Wits

(Encyclopedia) Connecticut Wits or Hartford Wits, an informal association of Yale students and rectors formed in the late 18th cent. At first they were devoted to the modernization of the Yale?

Connecticut

Capital: Hartford State abbreviation/Postal code: Conn./CT Governor: Dan Malloy, D (to Jan. 2019) Lieut. Governor: Nancy S. Wyman, D (to Jan. 2019) Senators: Richard M. Blumenthal, D (to Jan.?

Griswold v. Connecticut

(Encyclopedia) Griswold v. Connecticut, case decided in 1965 by the U.S. Supreme Court, establishing a right to privacy in striking down a Connecticut ban on the sale of contraceptives. The Court,?

Connecticut, University of

(Encyclopedia) Connecticut, University of, mainly at Storrs; coeducational; land grant and state supported; chartered and opened 1881 as Storrs Agricultural School. It became a college in 1893 and a?

Connecticut Map

Connecticut Profile More Geographic Information Country Profiles Flags World Geography World Statistics U.S. State Profiles U.S. Cities U.S. Geography U.S. Statistics U.S. Map?

Connecticut's Schedule

At least 10 games played during the overall season. Duke (37-2) NCAA Tournament Overall Season ?Per Game? ?Per Game? Gm FG% TPts?

Census Maps of Connecticut

Connecticut: Persons per square mile, 2000 Connecticut: White persons, percent, 2000 Connecticut: Population, percent change, 1990 to 2000 Connecticut: American Indian and Alaska Native persons,?