Did Sweden have colonies?
Yes, Sweden did have an empire. They took over much of Scandinavia and some parts of mainland Europe. Sweden also had colonies in Africa and the Americas (Caribbean islands and present day Delaware were part of Sweden).
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The colonies in the Delaware river valley were known as New Sweden.These colonies were located in parts of New Jersey, in Delaware,and in Pennsylvania.
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Delaware was known as New Sweden.
Delaware was originally known as New Sweden.
Massachusetts was first called New Sweden. Trust me, I got it from my SS textbook.
New Sweden was Sweden's only colony on mainland North America and survived for almost 20 years before being taken over by the Dutch. Sweden also held two Caribbean colonies: S…aint BarthÃ©lemy and Guadeloupe. Saint BarthÃ©lemy was under Swedish control for almost 100 years, but was exchanged to the French. Guadeloupe was under Swedish control for about a year, then was taken back by the British, in which it was also taken by the French.
The colony of New Sweden existed around the Delaware river from 1638-1655.
In 1638 the Swedish West India Company established a settlement on the Delaware River near to present day Wilmington. It was called Ft. Christina and didn't last very long. It… was taken over by the Dutch in 1655 and eventually by the English.
there are located somewhere in the Delaware region i think im pretty sure i think so tough just in case search on Google
New Sweden in modern day Delaware.
I would say protestantism since that was the state religion of Sweden.
Yes. New Sweden, in the current state of Delaware.
New Sweden was a Swedish colony along thelower reaches of Delaware River inNorth America from 1638 to 1655 in the present-day American Mid-Atlantic states of Delaware ,… New Jersey , and Pennsylvania .
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