What are some significant characteristics of Delaware in the 1600s?
Delaware was founded in 1638 Was part of Pennsylvania
The Lenape, or Delaware Indians, lived in an area they called "Lenapehoking", which meant "Land of the Lenape." Their land included all of what is now New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, southeastern New York State, Northern Delaware and a small part of southeastern Connecticut. When settlers arrived from Europe in the early 1600s, some Lenape were living in large villages of two or three hundred people, but most of them lived in small bands of 25…
A number of Delaware coins were minted with a so-called rotated die reverse. A die was incorrectly aligned in a press so some coins were minted with the back and front sides pointing the same direction (like Canadian coins) instead of 180 degrees off as is the standard for U.S. coins. This is considered to be a significant error and can retail for $50 or so.
What were some of the things that improved the quality of life in china and japan during the 1600s and 1700s?
In the 1600s many games were card or board games. In this century many of our well known card games were developed. Although Cockfighting and bearbaiting were invented centuries before, they were still accepted sports from this time. Games like blind mans bluff were played. Hopefully this will help you, hunting was alos a game played in the 1600s word