Connecticut & the governor of New York

Sir Edmund Andros is best known to Connecticut residents for being appointed governor of the short-lived "Dominion of New England" in the 1680s, and seizing (or attempting to seize) the royal charter that allowed Connecticut to operate its own government.  The document indices from the King Philip's War period (the 1670s) indicate, however, that he … Continue reading Connecticut & the governor of New York