|LC Classifications||F97 .D18|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||17025660|
The Connecticut Colony (A True Book: The Thirteen Colonies) Paperback – September 8, by/5(4). Product details Series: Primary Sources of the Thirteen Colonies and the Lost Colony Paperback: 64 pages Publisher: Rosen Central (January 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)/5(4). The first few chapters are more of an overview of witch trials and how witchcraft was viewed in Europe and the colonies during the early modern period, but the majority of the book focuses on the details of some of the more notorious witch trials of Connecticut. The author is very condemning of the trials as acts of delusion /5. Get this from a library! Colonial Connecticut. [Arthur E Soderlind] -- Traces Connecticut's history from its exploration and settlement by the Dutch in the seventeenth century to when it became the fifth state to ratify the Constitution.
A pioneer in American social history, Jackson Turner Main presents the first continuous and detailed picture of the economic and social structure of an American colony from its founding up to the Revolution. Originally published in Ratings: 0. Records of the Colony of Connecticut, Records of the State of Connecticut, Learn more about the Public Records of Connecticut, and read about the ongoing effort to publish Connecticut's historical records. Also includes Record of Wills and Inventories, Vital to any serious research into the history of Connecticut, the Colonial Connecticut Records is a wealth of information dealing with history, political science, law, agriculture, sociology, policies towards native . The public records of the Colony of Connecticut cover Connecticut’s history from April – Oct , the period of time in which Connecticut was not a state but was instead a colony. As a genealogist, if you were to view the basic descriptions of each volume, you would not be impressed, and would likely pass on using these records in your genealogical research.
Venture Smith’s Colonial Connecticut is a fantastic classroom resource for middle-school students. Venture’s story is both exciting and engaging, and this book makes it accessible for middle-school students across the state. I teach a local history class on Venture Smith at Stonington High School. In a full-bodied, rigorous history Soderlind shows how Connecticut grew out of an assortment of loosely related townsmost of them founded by strong, autocratic religious leaders for whom the Bay Colony was too confiningand evolved into the Land of Steady Habits, one of the most populated colonies and at the same time one of the most insular. The narrative touches all bases. As a descendant of a colonial Greenwich resident, I found the book really interesting and informative. The binding quality leaves a bit to be desired, but the book was certainly worth the cost. Read more/5(4). A timeline displaying the major events leading to Connecticut statehood, including its settlement by the Dutch, the origins of Hartford, Wethersfield, and Windsor, the founding of the Connecticut, New Haven, and Saybrook colonies, and Connecticut's acquisition of a .