2 edition of history of Connecticut agriculture found in the catalog.
history of Connecticut agriculture
Edward H. Jenkins
|Other titles||Connecticut agriculture.|
|Statement||by E. H. Jenkins.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 289-425 ;|
|Number of Pages||425|
The State of Connecticut name is probably derived from a Native American word, Quinnehtukqut, meaning “beside the long tidal river.” The State Nickname is “Constitution State” (adopted in ), chosen to commemorate the colony’s adoption in of the Fundamental Orders, sometimes regarded as the first written constitution. The State Motto is “Qui transtulit sustinet” – He. CFBA’s Mission. The Mission of the Connecticut Farm Bureau is to elevate the stature of agriculture in our state. Through education, market promotion and legislative advocacy, we strive to increase farm income and to improve the quality of life not only for Connecticut farmers, but also for their consumers.
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Connecticut’s agricultural roots date back to the crop gardens planted by indigenous peoples who cultivated such staples as the Three Sisters (maize, beans, and squash), sunflowers, and Jerusalem artichokes.
European settlers brought their own land-use practices, such as clearing large tracts of land for crops and grazing livestock, and learned new techniques from the region’s Natives.
Connecticut Gov. Hobart Bigelow signs legislation accepting Charles and Augustus Storrs’ gift of a former orphanage, acres of farmland, $6, and a few barns, and establishing Storrs Agricultural s begin on Sept.
28 with three faculty members and 13 males enrolled. By Holly V. Izard. Inthe Reverend Jared Eliot of Killingworth, Connecticut, published the first agricultural advice book in the British American hed in Boston, Essays Upon Field-Husbandry in New-England, as it is or may be Ordered, contained a series of six essays written between and addressing various subjects he considered vital to halting wasteful farming.
The U.S. state of Connecticut began as three distinct settlements of Puritans from Massachusetts and England; they combined under a single royal charter in Known as the "land of steady habits" for its political, social and religious conservatism, the colony prospered from the trade and farming of its ethnic English Protestant population.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jenkins, Edward H. (Edward Hopkins), b. History of Connecticut agriculture. New Haven. One of the original 13 colonies and one of the six New England states, Connecticut is located in the northeastern corner of the country.
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Founded predominantly by Protestants in the s out of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the small town remained rooted in agriculture into the early s when first the well-to-do from Hartford and later the largely white middle class moved away from city life to create one of.
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