Settle in Connecticut
The most unprecedented colony to date!
A Brief History
Location & Specialties
Connecticut is located in the New England Colonies region, right under Massachusetts, and in between New York and Rhode Island. New England, being the colder of the tree colonial regions, offers views of lands blanketed with snow and cozy log cabins where gentle flurries and healthy cold fresh air offer spacious living compared to the hot, dirty, cramped streets of European cities. Along with the fresh air, we offer healthier living as opposed to the humid, disease ridden southernmost colonies. Mild, if not short, summers give way to flourishing import and export opportunities. Major industries you may be interested in entering are the cultivation of wheat or corn, fishing, and fur trade, in which all can get you a very pretty penny (and more)! The narrower lowlands and hilly eastern highlands provide mountains abundant with thickets of towering trees, making timber an easy commodity to come across here, and an even easy one to get rich off of!
Unique Events & Goverment
Reverend John Davenport and Theophilus Eaton are considered the ones to have founded the New Haven Colony in the 1660's, which was eventually absorbed into the colony of Connecticut.