National Connecticut Day celebrates the fifth state to join the union, Connecticut. Connecticut was established as a trading post by the Dutch, with the Puritans establishing the first settlement in Massachusetts in 1633. Connecticut was the site of the production of brass buttons and ammunition, which made it easy for them to start supplying the Revolutionary Army. On National Connecticut Day, learn a little more about Connecticut’s contribution to American history.
When Is National Connecticut Day?
National Connecticut Day is celebrated in August 10th.
History Of National Connecticut Day
In 2017, National Day Calendar® began celebrating each state in the order they entered the union starting the week of Independence Day and ending with Hawaii.