Did you know Connecticut has a lot of nicknames? The Land of Steady Habits, The Provisions State, and The Nutmeg State to name a few. But Connecticuter’s themselves still prefer The Constitution State.
Did you know The word “Connecticut” is an anglicized spelling of the Algonquian word “quinnitukqut”, roughly meaning “at the long tidal river”?
Did you know Mark Twain lived in CT for 20 years?
Did you know The Appalachian Trail cuts through the tiny northwest corner of the state? Did you know Connecticut boasts over 100 microbreweries throughout the state?
Did you know the hamburger was (claimed to be) invented in New Haven, Connecticut, at a small restaurant called Louis’ Lunch, and it’s still in business today?
Learn more about the land of “He Who Transplanted Still Sustains” by grabbing our 500 piece Connecticut State jigsaw puzzle!
500 piece jigsaw puzzle
State of Connecticut, USA
Digitally printed and mounted on premium chipboard