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Colonial Connecticut Records (1636-1776)

Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut, 1636-1776. Includes the records of the colonial governing body; the Code of Laws, May 1650; the Charter of Connecticut; Journal and Correspondence of the Council of War, 1675-1677; and more.
Also includes Record of Wills and Inventories, 1640-1649. 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 Americans, military history, foreign relations, and more.
Coverage Dates1636-1776

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