On April 22nd, 1662, Connecticut gained its charter and was on its way to becoming a state in the New World. It was unique, because of its location, in that many immigrants landed here, in order to make this part of America their new home. Connecticut factories in Bridgeport, New Haven, Waterbury and Hartford, were magnets for immigrants from all over, especially the Jews, who were adept at taking advantage of Connecticut's commerce and locale. The new factories and the influx of European immigrants, also brought many Catholics into an otherwise protestant state. After the 2nd era started for the Klan, in 1915, they spread into Connecticut. The Klan's population in the state, peaked in 1925, at approximately 15,000. The Klan was strongest in New Haven, New Britain, and Stamford. Through the years, the klan lost much of it's momentum in the state. In the 21st century, however, the Klan is making a strong comeback, nationwide, and in Connecticut as well. The men and women of Connecticut, who see what's happening politically, socially and morally, to their country and to their state, want to take a stand, to preserve what their forefathers created and what they want their children to inherit. Are you concerned enough to stand up for your rights and the future of your children? Check into what the Klan has to offer God-fearing, Christian, white people, today.