Connecticut

Summary

Capital
Country
Population
1,114,756 (1910)
460,147 (1860)
2,007,280 (1950)
GDP (nominal)
216,266,000,000 (2007, US$)
Area
14,357 km² (5543 mi²)
People born here
 

Taxonomy Subject

entry
Library of Congress Classification (F, 91, 105)
 

Place of interment

People interred here
 

Focal location

Defined land cover classes
 

Flag referent

Flag
Flag of Connecticut (1897-09-09)
 

Cyclone-affected area

Affected by cyclones
 

Military unit place of origin

Military units
 

Administrative Area

Administrative parent
Capital
 

Context name

Abbreviation
CT
Nickname
The Constitution State
The Land of Steady Habits
The Nutmeg State
The Provisions State
 

Bibs Location

Type
State
Country
Is clear
no
 

Newspaper circulation area

Newspapers
 

Place

Mentions
Pontet-Canet says he was once there (The Fortune of War, 4)
 

Food producing region

Seasonal availability
 

Statistical region

Religions
Lutheranism (4, 2002)
Pentecostalism (1, 2002)
Baptist (10, 2002)
Unemployment Rate
2006-12-01 (4.4)
2007-01-01 (4.4)
2007-02-01 (4.4)
Minimum wage
2012-01-01 (US$, 8.25, Hour)
 

Literature Subject

Works Written About This Topic
 

Author

Works written
 

Filming location

Featured In Films
 

Organization scope

Organizations with this scope
 

Fictional Setting

Fictional Characters Born Here
 

Dated location

Date founded
1788-01-09
 

Political District

Representatives
Elections
 

Governmental Jurisdiction

Government positions
Government bodies
Governing officials
Agencies
Connecticut Department of Transportation
 

Administrative Division

Country
Official symbols
Trace fossil (State fossil)
White oak (State tree)
American Robin (1943, State bird)
Capital
 

Location

Geolocation
-72.7 × 41.6
Contains
Contained by
Adjoins
Time zone(s)
Events
Partially contains
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