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The Constitution State
   is a nickname for the state of   
Connecticut
Official nickname. John Fiske claimed the Fundamental Orders of 1638/39 as the first written constitution in history.
A Nutmegger
   lives in   
Connecticut
Connecticut
   state capital is   
Hartford
Connecticut
   has the   
Huskies
Storrs, Connecticut
Connecticut
   plays in the   
Big East
Storrs, Connecticut
Connecticut Avenue
   costs   
$120
Cyan
I-84 East
   crosses   
Connecticut
I-95
   crosses   
Connecticut
Connecticut
   has the state flower   
Mountain Laurel
Connecticut
   has the Postal Abbreviation   
CT
2004
   champions were   
Connecticut
1999
   champions were   
Connecticut
George W. Bush
   was born in   
Connecticut
Connecticut
   has the motto   
"He Who Transplanted Sustains"
Sir Boss
   appears in   
"A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court"
He is a blacksmith in 20th century Connecticut who wakes up in medieval England at the court of King Arthur.
Hank Martin
   was played by Bing in   
A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur's Court (1949)
Michael Bolton
   was born in   
New Haven, Connecticut
Connecticut
   flag is   

The state bears the motto "Qui Transtulit Sustinet", "He who Transplanted Sustains Us".
Hartford
   stands on the   
Connecticut
Massachusetts, U.S.
C.C.S.U. Victory
   is the fight song of   
Central Connecticut State University
UConn Husky
   is the fight song of   
University of Connecticut
Dansbury FCI
   is situated in   
Connecticut
Federal Correctional Institution
Dannel Malloy
   is Governor of   
Connecticut
Democratic 2011
Massachussetts
   lies to the north of   
Connecticut
Connecticut
   has   
The Famous “Charter Oak” Tree
Joined union in 1788, quarter released in 1999
Mystic, Bridgeport, Stamford, Waterbury
   are all   
Cities in Connecticut
Connecticut
   the highest point is   
Mt. Frissell
S slope 2,380 feet
University of Connecticut
   is situated in   
Storrs
United States
Mark Twain
   wrote   
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
Connecticut
   has   
040 to 049
U.S.S. Connecticut
      
Part of the Great White Fleet
Commissioned Sept. 1906 -- BB-18
Connecticut is Known As The Land of Steady Habits
   is   
True
This nickname came about because of the strict morals of the people of the state
Bridgeport
   is situated in   
Connecticut
Hartford
   is situated in   
Connecticut
Norwich
   is situated in   
Connecticut
Connecticut
   has the   
American Robin
(Turdus migratorius)1943
Western Connecticut Highlands
   is situated in   
Connecticut
Nutmeg State
   is a nickname for the state of   
Connecticut
Unofficial nickname. The origins of the nutmeg connection to Connecticut is unknown. It may have come from its sailors returning from voyages with nutmeg. It may have originated in the early machined sheet tin nutmeg grinders sold by early Connecticut peddlers. It is also facetiously said to come from peddlers from Connecticut who would sell small carved nobs of wood shaped to look like nutmeg to unsuspecting customers.
Sun
   is based in   
Connecticut
Connecticut
   has the state insect   
Praying Mantis
Eastern Connecticut State
   is in   
Willimantic
Central Connecticut State
   is in   
New Britain
Housatonic River
   runs through   
Connecticut
149 miles long
Connecticut River
   runs through   
Vermont
407 miles long
Stewart B. McKinney
   is located in   
Connecticut
Scattered along 60 miles of the Long Island Sound coastline
5th
   state to join the union was   
Connecticut
January 9, 1788
Connecticut
   joined the U.S.A in   
1788
January 9, 1788
Christmas In Connecticut
   was performed by   
Joe Jung
2004
2014
   champions were   
Connecticut
Defeated Kentucky, 60-54
A _____ Yankee in King Arthur's Court
   is missing   
Connecticut
1949. Starring Bing Crosby and based on the Mark Twain novel.






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