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Cheap Car Insurance in Hartford CT

Agent Phone Address
Allstate Insurance Agents
Alphonsus Aguh 860-247-0829 666 Maple Avenue
Hartford, CT 06114
Al Saraci 860-257-8882 312 Silas Deane Highway
Wethersfield, CT 06109
Veronica Airey-wilson 860-236-9996 1141 New Britain Ave
West Hartford, CT 06110
Randy Zebendon 860-563-8171 929 Silas Deane Hwy
Wethersfield, CT 06109
Jim Barlow 860-232-8600 126 Park Road
West Hartford, CT 06119

Hartford CT - A Brief History:

After Dutch explorer Adriaen Block visited the area in 1614, fur traders from the New Netherland colony set up trade at Fort Goede Hoop (Good Hope) at the confluence of the Connecticut and Park Rivers as early as 1623, but abandoned their post by 1654. Today, the neighborhood near the site is still known as Dutch Point. The first English settlers arrived in 1635 and their settlement was originally called Newtown, but was renamed Hartford in 1637. The name "Hartford" was chosen to honor the English town of Hertford, home of Samuel Stone, one of the settlers.


The leader of Hartford's original settlers from what is now Cambridge, Massachusetts, Pastor Thomas Hooker, delivered a sermon which inspired the writing of the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut, a document (ratified January 14, 1639) investing the people with the authority to govern, rather than ceding such authority to a higher power. Hooker's conception of self-rule embodied in the Fundamental Orders went on to inspire the Connecticut Constitution, and ultimately the U.S. Constitution. Today, one of the Connecticut's nicknames is the 'Constitution State'