What is the history of Delaware?


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The web address of the Delaware History Museum is:

The phone number of the Delaware History Museum is: 302-322-8411.

The address of the Delaware History Museum is: 505 Market Street, Wilmington, DE 19801

Delaware Museum of Natural History was created on 1972-05-13.

The address of the Delaware Museum Of Natural History is: Po Box 3937, Greenville, DE 19807-0937

delaware got it state hood in Dec. 7, 1787

Delaware is famous for its historical landmarks and it's collage and all of its wonderful history

One is that Delaware was admitted to the union on December 7,1787.

Unlikely at that point in history.

C. A. Weslager has written: 'The Delaware Indians' -- subject(s): Delaware Indians, History 'Delaware's forgotten river' -- subject(s): History 'A brief account of the Indians of Delaware' -- subject(s): Indians of North America 'The English on the Delaware: 1610-1682' -- subject(s): British Americans, History 'Magic medicines of the Indians' -- subject(s): Medicine, Indians of North America, Delaware Indians 'The Siconese Indians of Lewes, Delaware' -- subject(s): History, Delaware Indians 'The Nanticoke Indians' -- subject(s): Nanticoke Indians, History 'The Swedes and the Dutch at New Castle With Highlights in the History of the Delaware Valley' 'Delaware's buried past' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Indians of North America, Excavations (Archaeology) 'The Garrett snuff fortune' -- subject(s): Estate

Delaware was admitted into the Union on December 7, 1787 becoming the 1st state to join the union.

Samuel Argall founded it!

Walter A. Powell has written: 'A history of Delaware' -- subject(s): History, Education

The majority of immigrants that settled in Delaware throughout history have come from Ireland, Germany, the UK, Italy, and Africa.

I don't know, ask your history teacher

I have no Idea so if you are doing this for a history project... BUG OFF and ask your history teacher

Richard S. Rodney has written: 'The collected essays of Richard S. Rodney on early Delaware' -- subject(s): History 'Early relations of Delaware and Pennsylvania' -- subject(s): History

Kenneth Baumgardt has written: 'Delaware Park' -- subject(s): Delaware Park (Stanton, Del.), Horse racing, History

Carol E. Hoffecker has written: 'Readings in Delaware history' -- subject(s): History

i do'nt know Im not very good at history

At this moment in history they are the first and last of the United States.

William O. Wingate has written: 'Reminiscence of a town that thought it would be a metropolis--Delaware City, Delaware' -- subject(s): History

It became a state by the river and bay I hope it answers your question!!!

It depends on the offense and you history since than.

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