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Connecticut 1614-1776

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The Constitution State. Land of Steady Habits. The Provision State. Connecticut has many names, each a colorful insight into the history of this stubborn, gutsy New England state. Eyewitness accounts, lively narrative, and archival images take readers back to Connecticut's formative years. Learn how the first witchcraft trial and execution in North America took place there in 1647; how a quest for new opportunities and more religious freedom lead Massachusetts settlers to found Connecticut Colony in the fertile valley along the Quinnehtukqut River; why Thomas Hooker's Fundamental Orders, America's first written constitution, was adapted; and how hard work and "Yankee ingenuity" produced the bountiful harvests and the growth of manufacturing that helped win the Revolutionary War.

Middle-school students will encounter Colonial America through fresh eyes in this comprehensive series; a vibrant and accurate portrait of life in 18 European colonies—not just British but French and Spanish, too.


  • Ages 10 to 14
  • Hardcover
  • 112 pages, 30 archival images and period maps
  • 7 1/2'' x 9 3/4''
  • © 2005-2007

The eloquent text weaves the historical facts into a colorful tapestry representing the realities of Colonial life. Quotations from primary sources and other documentation add authenticity…this is narrative nonfiction at its best.—School Library Journal

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