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Vintage Connecticut Maps
Connecticut, which is one of the original 13 colonies, became a state in 1788, and since then, many beautiful, antique maps have been produced over the years.

In our historic map archives, we have dozens of old Connecticut maps highlighting nearly every county in the state, including Fairfield, Hartford, New Haven, New London, Litchfield, Middlesex, Tolland, and Windham.The most commonly requested maps for the state are typically for the cities of Bridgeport, New Haven, Stamford, Hartford, Waterbury, Norwalk, Danbury, New Britain, West Hartford, and Greenwich.

If you’re looking for a specific map for Connecticut and can’t find it, contact us, and we would be happy to check our archives.
About Connecticut
Connecticut, nicknamed the 'Constitution State,' is one of the six New England states (the others are Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont).

Hartford, founded in 1635 and is among the oldest cities in the United States, serves as Connecticut's capital. Mark Twain, considered one of the greatest American writers, created his most famous works while living in Hartford with his family. He loved the city. "Of all the beautiful towns it has been my fortune to see this is the chief," he wrote in 1868. Hartford has also been coined the 'Insurance Capital of the World' because of the number of insurance companies headquartered there.

Aside from insurance, other significant industries in Connecticut include finance, real estate, healthcare, and engineering. Some of the top companies headquartered in the state include ESPN, Anthem, Hilton, World Wrestling Entertainment, MetLife, and Comcast.

Connecticut is also home to Yale University, a private Ivy League college in New Haven that's widely considered one of the most prestigious in the world. It was founded in 1701 and initially was a Collegiate School to educate ministers in theology and sacred languages. Today, the university's curriculum is widely diverse. Notable Yale alumni include inventor Eli Whitney, Harvey Williams Cushing, M.D., who pioneered brain surgery, playwright Thornton Wilder, actor Paul Newman, journalist Bob Woodward, and actress Meryl Streep. Five U.S. presidents are also Yale graduates—William Howard Taft, Gerald Ford, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush.

In naval history, it was in 1952 that construction began on the world's first nuclear-powered submarine, the USS Nautilus, in Groton, Connecticut. Two years later, it was christened and launched into the Thames River. The submarine broke records because it could remain submerged nearly indefinitely. That’s because the atomic engine didn’t require any air, only a small quantity of nuclear fuel. After 25 years in service, the USS Nautilus was decommissioned in 1980 and later designated as a National Historic Landmark. It's now a museum ship at the Submarine Force Museum in Groton. Around 250,000 people visit the museum every year.

On a final historical note, military officer Benedict Arnold, who served during the Revolutionary War, was born in Norwich, Connecticut. His defection to the British made his name synonymous with the word ‘traitor.’ He rose to the rank of major general in the American Continental Army before turning over his West Point post to the British, who gave him his own command in the British Army, as well as money, in exchange.

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Vintage Connecticut Maps
Connecticut, which is one of the original 13 colonies, became a state in 1788, and since then, many beautiful, antique maps have been produced over the years.

In our historic map archives, we have dozens of old Connecticut maps highlighting nearly every county in the state, including Fairfield, Hartford, New Haven, New London, Litchfield, Middlesex, Tolland, and Windham.The most commonly requested maps for the state are typically for the cities of Bridgeport, New Haven, Stamford, Hartford, Waterbury, Norwalk, Danbury, New Britain, West Hartford, and Greenwich.

If you’re looking for a specific map for Connecticut and can’t find it, contact us, and we would be happy to check our archives.
About Connecticut
Connecticut, nicknamed the 'Constitution State,' is one of the six New England states (the others are Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont).

Hartford, founded in 1635 and is among the oldest cities in the United States, serves as Connecticut's capital. Mark Twain, considered one of the greatest American writers, created his most famous works while living in Hartford with his family. He loved the city. "Of all the beautiful towns it has been my fortune to see this is the chief," he wrote in 1868. Hartford has also been coined the 'Insurance Capital of the World' because of the number of insurance companies headquartered there.

Aside from insurance, other significant industries in Connecticut include finance, real estate, healthcare, and engineering. Some of the top companies headquartered in the state include ESPN, Anthem, Hilton, World Wrestling Entertainment, MetLife, and Comcast.

Connecticut is also home to Yale University, a private Ivy League college in New Haven that's widely considered one of the most prestigious in the world. It was founded in 1701 and initially was a Collegiate School to educate ministers in theology and sacred languages. Today, the university's curriculum is widely diverse. Notable Yale alumni include inventor Eli Whitney, Harvey Williams Cushing, M.D., who pioneered brain surgery, playwright Thornton Wilder, actor Paul Newman, journalist Bob Woodward, and actress Meryl Streep. Five U.S. presidents are also Yale graduates—William Howard Taft, Gerald Ford, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush.

In naval history, it was in 1952 that construction began on the world's first nuclear-powered submarine, the USS Nautilus, in Groton, Connecticut. Two years later, it was christened and launched into the Thames River. The submarine broke records because it could remain submerged nearly indefinitely. That’s because the atomic engine didn’t require any air, only a small quantity of nuclear fuel. After 25 years in service, the USS Nautilus was decommissioned in 1980 and later designated as a National Historic Landmark. It's now a museum ship at the Submarine Force Museum in Groton. Around 250,000 people visit the museum every year.

On a final historical note, military officer Benedict Arnold, who served during the Revolutionary War, was born in Norwich, Connecticut. His defection to the British made his name synonymous with the word ‘traitor.’ He rose to the rank of major general in the American Continental Army before turning over his West Point post to the British, who gave him his own command in the British Army, as well as money, in exchange.

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