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Connecticut

Connecticut, nicknamed the Constitution State, entered into Statehood on January 9, 1788. The Capital of Connecticut is Hartford. The state motto is qui transtulit sustinet, which means he who transplanted still sustains. The Connecticut State flower is the mountain laurel (1907). The Connecticut State tree is the white oak (1947). The Connecticut State animal is the sperm whale (1975). The Connecticut State bird is the American robin (1943). The Connecticut State hero is Nathan Hale (1985). The Connecticut State heroine is Prudence Crandall (1995). The Connecticut State insect is the praying mantis (1977). The Connecticut State mineral is the garnet (1977). The Connecticut State song is Yankee Doodle (1978). The Connecticut State ship is the USS Nautilus (1983). The Connecticut State shellfish is the eastern oyster (1989). The Connecticut State fossil is the Eubrontes Giganteus (1991). The Connecticut State composer is Charles Edward Ives (1991)
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