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The agricultural output for Connecticut is eggs, nursery stock, dairy products, cattle, and tobacco. Its industrial outputs are transportation equipment, aircraft parts, military weaponry, fabricated metal products, helicopters and nuclear submarines, heavy industrial machinery, electrical equipment, chemical products, pharmaceuticals and scientific instruments.

Downtown Hartford’s Central Business District enjoys a thriving insurance industry. Due to the prominence of the aircraft industry in Connecticut, the state has an official aircraft, the F4U Corsair, and an official Aviation Pioneer, Igor Sikorsky. The state officially recognizes aircraft designer Gustav Whitehead as “Father of Connecticut Aviation” for his research into powered flight in Bridgeport in 1901, two years before the Wright brothers at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. Governor John Dempsey also declared August 15 to be “Gustave Whitehead Day.”

A report issued by the Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism demonstrated that the economic impact of the arts, film, history and tourism generated more than $14 billion in economic activity and 170,000 jobs annually in 2006. This means $9 billion in personal income for Connecticut residents and $1.7 billion in Connecticut State and local revenues.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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