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Grouped by major subject, the CSL Research Resources Web pages listed below provide access to State Library produced electronic resources, licensed electronic resources available through the State Library, selected State Library print collections, and validated Web resources.
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|Disasters Historical Firsts Quick Facts State Seals||Colt Firearms Co. Records
Court Records Finding Aids
General Assembly Records
Governors Records Military Records Native Americans and more.
|Aerial Photos Online
Architectural Survey CSL History From the Archives From the Library
Cemetery, Census, Church, Land , Probate, and Vital Records
Genealogical Index Search Service Professional Genealogists, and more.
Connecticut's Congressional Delegation
CT State Agency Histories
Governors of CT: Resources and Publications
|CT History by Period
CT History by Topic, such as Biographical Information, Cities and Towns, Slavery, etc. Links to Historical Societies and Municipal Historians and more.
|Adoption Building Code Child support Contracts Gift Cards Legislators Lemon Law Seat Belts Security Deposits Wine and more.||Aerial Photographs Atlases Maps Place names Sanborn Fire Insurance Atlases and more.|
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History Indexes & Abstracts
On the Web
|Aging Children Crime Education Elections Eminent domain Energy Environment Ethics Finance Grants Health Housing Transportation|| Census
Education: K - 12
General Health Social Indicators
If you didn't find the answer to your question about Connecticut, check the State of CT Web site, the Connecticut General Assembly Web site, or the Connecticut Judicial Branch Web site, or ask our librarians by sending us your question via email.
For more information, see our specialized Unit pages: Government Information, History and Genealogy, Law/Legislative Reference, State Archives,
Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Museum of Connecticut History,
or Circulation, Preservation, and Using the Library.