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What was the currency in Connecticut in the 1600's?

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CT History 1600's. The purpose of this research is to somehow put the history of Connecticut into perspective. When we started finding the old large cents ...
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Colony of Connecticut: Colony of England ... Currency: Pound sterling: Today ... The Connecticut Colony or Colony of Connecticut was originally known as ...
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... in the then depreciated currency of Connecticut, ... Source: History of Windham County, Connecticut, Bayles, Richard M.; New York: W.W. Preston, 1889.
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17th Century Documents : 1600 ... Charter of Connecticut - April 23, 1662; Charter of Maryland : June 20, 1632; Charter of Massachusetts Bay : March 4, 1629;
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An exhibit featuring hundreds of examples of colonial paper currency with supplementary sections on colonial ... Connecticut: Delaware: Georgia: Louisiana:
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A Brief History of North Carolina Money ... Connecticut, Maryland, and ... Parliament’s Currency Act of 1764 and further legislation in 1773 further ...
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