Colonial Delaware had only one major city or town and that was the town of Wilmington. Wilmington was greatly established by Swedish immigrants in the Delaware Colony.
it pretty much look like today but with more trees and farm land.
a small town with a triangular fort or barrier around it
Common town or in Huts
That's pretty hard considering there were no cameras at that time. And there were few artists and few printing presses. Your best bet would be to look in history text books for engravings of that time period. If you can use something similar, as in re-creation type photos, look up Colonial Williamsburg, where they have restored many parts of the town to match the colonial time period.
they both have the word colonial
That would depend on which city or town in Delaware remains to be identified.
a town is a thing like a colonial animal
· Elsmere is a town in New Castle County, Delaware
Delmar is a town located in Sussex County, Delaware, United States. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 1,407 and total housing units.
Dover is a town located in delaware iut is also the state capitol
It looks like this monsterautoparts.com/lincoln/town%20car/lincoln_town_car_4.6_liter_upper_intake_manifold.htm
Troy is a town in Waldo County, Maine. Townsend is a town in New Castle County, Delaware.
Hartly, population of 74
All colonial towns had a green to be used as a gathering place.
an open space where sheep and cattle could graze
William Penn planned colonial Philadelphia to be 'a green, country town'.