What is the economy like in Delaware?
it was bad because the chicken couldn't cross the road
In 1638, Delaware was a somewhat prosperous Colony. There were lumber mills and fisherman. In 1638, additions to the Colony included a group of Swedes and Finns who were already skilled fishermen and farmers.
Don't take this as a full answer because I'm trying best. But there economy was mostly great not perfect they bartered (traded) with other states.
it depends if your asking in an economy way or other ways but in economy it was cheap
I know the Economy in Virginia having lived there for three years and it is mostly military
flax, grain, vegetables, and a lot of fruit
agriculture (fishing) and manufacturing (lumbering)
Answer I dont know! lots of things like, society, religion, industry, majorcities/ ports, natural recorces, economy and nationalities.
Delaware was different from the other colonies in various ways. This colony tolerated religion and also had a mixed economy.
it helps support many things that grow there
they had a trading and thriving economy in which then they were very wealthy :)...i think
Colonial Delaware had an agricultural based economy. Some of their main cash crops included: wheat, rye, fruits, and vegetables. Most people only farmed for food, but extra crops were traded for cloth, brass, and other necessities.
It was a slave state but by 1860 less then 10 percent of all the African Americans in Delaware were still enslaved. Delaware had only a few slaveholders and they did not control the state government and economy as in the south. Delaware is often grouped with the free states for this reason.
ANSWER: With the changing of the colony from the Dutch, to the Swedish, and the English, the colony of Delaware was founded in the year of 1638. When it came to economics, trade and agriculture were the major ways of growing the economy. Delaware had fertile and rich land that was perfect for farming. The Delaware River was used in the process of trade.
The French economy is like a French economy. >:D
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Delaware had rich soil and forests
It had Niggricy which was later called a freedom republic It had Niggricy which was later called a freedom republic
I have no Idea so if you are doing this for a history project... BUG OFF and ask your history teacher
it is like government economy! -RSP-
Colonial Delaware's economy depended upon trade, farming and natural resources. People of Delaware earned their livelihood from ship building, iron works, fishing, trading and lumber/timber industries.
Colonial Delaware based it's econmy on trade, farming, and natural resources. Some of its major crops were grain, flax, vegetables, and fruit. The people of Delaware used the powere from streams to power their mills, which ground the wheat and rye into flour. Many people's jobs included ship building, iron works, trading, fishing, and lumber and timber industries
It's because its a county in Delaware just like Sussex and Kent. :)
Colonlial Delaware was a cool place with colonists and native Americans.
The Economy is a Market Economy! Its the 6th Largest Market Economy In the World! (:
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The land of colonial Delaware was very fertile and was often used for farming and lumber.
The economy was more agricultural and less industrialized like the North.
It was a pain
It was very Swedish.
It is hot and arid
They do whatever delewareians do
Delaware had very fertile soil so it produced crops like barley, corn, rice, and wheat. Iron working was also present in Delaware.
the economy of Kuwait is a mixed economy. I don't know why but i think it is
Well states get their names by something happening like when a explorer crashed into Delaware and he named it Delaware.
there is no economy!
Their economy was based on agriculture.
The economy of Monaco is excellent.
Delaware does not have a sales tax because it wants to attract retail tenants to its shopping centers to lure consumers from surrounding states and grow the overall economy to improve its tax base. Consumers from other states travel to Delaware to make purchases, which results in a larger retail sector and overall economy for Delaware. A sales tax is also a regressive tax which disproportionately taxes poor people, which is not good economic policy… Read More
It would be Traditional economy because command economy would sort of be like Cuba and mixed economy would be like us (The United States).
It is a free market economy but it used to be a comand economy meaning it has the same type of economy as America
Israel does not have the best economy and it does need a little work... but what economy doesn't
A Mixed Economy, like the U.S.
the economy is 200,456
1609-the Delaware Bay and the Delaware are founded by Henry Hudson 1700-Captain Kidd visits Delaware 1787-Delaware becomes a state 1802-the gunpowder factory is built 1866-Thomas Kimber forms a group 1911-the first American highway is built 1923-Delaware becomes a leading state in raising chickens
The economy was somewhat based on farming. Pennsylvania exported flour and grain. They also were known for the textile industry, sawmills, and gristmills. In the region, there was a huge forest stretching from Delaware to Ohio and underneath it was rich soil so the lumbering industry was big because they had to cut down trees to make farms. So then they would sell the extra wood to other colonies or ship it to England.
They did stuff like other Indians.
The climate could affect tourism in Delaware in the fact that it is colder, and not as appealing of a place to visit as somewhere like California. There also is not much to see in terms of attractions in Delaware.