50 Facts About Hartford Connecticut

1. Hartford Connecticut has lower administrative costs than private plans, providing savings to consumers, he said.

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2. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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3. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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4. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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5. Hartford Connecticut ranked sixth in the nation in union membership by percentage, and led all New England states by that measure.

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6. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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7. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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8. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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9. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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10. Hartford Connecticut is being hit hard by icy conditions caused by freezing rain and sleet.

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11. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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12. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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13. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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14. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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15. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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16. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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17. Hartford Connecticut is one of the 48 contiguous states of the US[1].

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18. Hartford Connecticut has the highest personal income per capita in the country.

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19. In 1937, Hartford Connecticut became the first state to issue permanent license plates to cars.

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20. Hartford Connecticut was a leading manufacturer of guns and other arms.

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21. Hartford Connecticut is home of Samuel Colt, the inventor of the revolver.

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22. Hartford Connecticut is one of the original 13 colonies.

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23. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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24. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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25. The United Way said federal workers in Hartford Connecticut can visit www.

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26. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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27. The Ancient Burying Ground in Hartford Connecticut is the city's oldest historic site and was the only cemetery there from the 1640s to the early 1800s.

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28. Hartford Connecticut is the capital of the US state of Connecticut and the historic seat of Hartford County until Connecticut disbanded county government in 1960.

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29. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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30. Hartford Connecticut earned the status as the wealthiest city in United States after the American civil war.

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31. Hartford Connecticut has a number of notable places to visit such as Mark Twain House.

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32. Hartford Connecticut is a home to a number of various buildings and structures.

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33. Hartford Connecticut was a home for 124,775 people according 2010 census.

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34. Hartford Connecticut has an active nightlife that offers something for everyone.

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35. Hartford Connecticut has a number of golf courses for the enjoyment of residents and visitors.

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36. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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37. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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38. Hartford Connecticut will soon be home to a new USL team, starting in 2019.

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39. The Hartford Connecticut Spirits Trail has a number of stops in Hartford and surrounding towns.

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40. Hartford Connecticut earned praise from Food and Wine as "a foodie destination".

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41. Hartford Connecticut experiences heavy traffic as a result of its substantial suburban population.

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42. Hartford Connecticut is a center for medical care, research, and education.

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43. Hartford Connecticut has a vibrant theater scene with major Broadway productions at the Bushnell Theater as well as performances at the Hartford Stage and Theaterworks.

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44. Hartford Connecticut experienced problems as the population shrank 11 percent during the 1990s.

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45. On July 6, 1944, Hartford Connecticut was the scene of one of the worst fire disasters in the history of the United States.

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46. Hartford Connecticut was a major manufacturing city from the 19th century until the mid-20th century.

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47. Hartford Connecticut was presiding over his enterprise from Armsmear, an ornate Italianate manor built near the armory in 1857.

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48. Hartford Connecticut employed advanced manufacturing techniques such as interchangeable parts and an organized production line.

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49. In 1860, Hartford Connecticut was the site of the first "Wide Awakes", abolitionist supporters of Abraham Lincoln.

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50. Hartford Connecticut was founded in 1635 and is among the oldest cities in the United States.

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