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Connecticut

Connecticut became the 5th state on January 9, 1788. Hartford is the state capital. There are currently 8 former counties each with a courthouse. Counties were discontinued in 1960.

 

 

Click on a county below to learn more:

Fairfield  Hartford  Litchfield  Middlesex  New Haven 
New London  Tolland Windham    


Connecticut Supreme Court

Connecticut Appellate Court

 

Highest Point – Mount Frisell ( 2,380 feet ) is located in Litchfield County.

Lowest Point  – Atlantic Ocean ( sea level ) 

 

Oldest Courthouse – New London County (1739)

Oldest Former Courthouse – Tolland County (Toland – 1823)

 

State House – Hartford

 

Governor Mansion – Hartford