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State of Connecticut - Sites, Seals and Symbols

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{Connecticut Armorial Bearings} Connecticut
Armorial Bearings
{State Capitol} State Capitol {State Flag} State Flag
{Great Seal of the State of Connecticut} Great Seal of the State of Connecticut {Original Seal of the State of Connecticut} Original Seal of the Colony of Connecticut {Colonial Seal of the State of Connecticut} Connecticut's Colonial Seal
{Executive Residence } Executive Residence {Old} "Old" State House {First State House } First State House
{State Tree - The Charter Oak } State Tree
The Charter Oak
{State Flower - Mountain Laurel } State Flower
Mountain Laurel
{State Bird - American Robin } State Bird
American Robin
{State Fossil - Eubrontes Giganteus } State Fossil
Eubrontes giganteus
{State Insect - European Mantis } State Insect
European Mantis
{State Animal - Sperm Whale } State Animal
Sperm Whale
{State Mineral - Garnet } State Mineral
{State Shellfish - Eastern Oyster } State Shellfish
Eastern Oyster
{State Ship - USS Nautilus } State Ship
USS Nautilus
{State Tartan } State Tartan {State Hero - Nathan Hale } State Hero
Nathan Hale
{State Heroine - Prudence Crandall } State Heroine
Prudence Crandall
Qui Transtulit Sustinet State Motto {State Song - Yankee Doodle } State Song
Yankee Doodle
{State Folk Dance - Square Dance} State Folk Dance
Square Dance

{CT Troubador}
State Troubadour
{State Composer} State Composer Connecticut
Poet Laureate

 Reproduced from the Connecticut State Register & Manual with permission of the Secretary of the State.

   Special thanks to the ConneCTkids web site for profile and images of the State Troubadour.

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Content Last Modified on 12/19/2008 10:01:29 AM