The oldest business in each U.S. State

The Oldest Business in Each U.S. State

Top 20 the most oldest U.S. companies

  1. Caswell-Massey – a perfume and soap company in Newport, Rhode Island (1752)
  2. The Hartford Courant – the Connecticut-based newspaper (1764)
  3. Baker’s Chocolate – a chocolate company based in Boston (1765)
  4. Ames – a tool company in Massachusetts (1774)
  5. King Arthur Flour in Boston (1790)
  6. Cigna – the first marine insurance company in the U.S. (1792)
  7. Dixon Ticonderoga – a graphite-pencil company in New Jersey (1795)
  8. Jim Beam – producer of whiskey in Kentucky region of Virginia (1795)
  9. JP Morgan Chase – the largest bank in the U.S., New York City (1799)
  10. Crane and Co. a paper mill in Massachusetts (1799)
  11. DuPont – a holder of trademarks on everything(1802)
  12. Colgate – a toothpaste company in New York City (1806)
  13. Pfaltzgraff – department stores in Pennsylvania (1811)
  14. Citigroup – Bank in New York City /Now company merged with Travelers group/ (1812)

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