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Connecticut Rubber Stamps and Self-Inking Stamps
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Connecticut - Rubber Stamp and Custom Stamps
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While Connecticut is the third smallest state in the US, it is home to 12 Fortune companies including General Electric, United Technologies, Aetna, Hartford, and Xerox. The aircraft industry is large, building on the early aviation experimentation done by Gustav Whitehead in Bridgeport, two years before the Wright brothers’ flights in North Carolina.
Five Mile Point Lighthouse, public domain Wikipedia source
New Haven is home to renowned Yale University, founded in 1701, and now very active in research and development in the biotech area. Yale is also where the Frisbee was invented! Other well-known Connecticut schools include Trinity College, Wesleyan University, and University of Hartford.
Connecticut has 137 state parks and forests. Many visit Mohawk Mountain State Forest and the portion of the Appalachian Trail passing through the state. And the Atlantic shoreline stretches nearly 100 miles from Greenwich to Stonington, offering beach and boating enjoyment.