What is there to do in Delaware?
Delaware is a popular city, for its historical landmarks, being the second smallest state in the us, and for its popular restaurants such as De Brown Frown, it is a restaurant ran by top chefs but mostly by James Brown, they serve very Delicious and inviting food, i is a nonsmoking place, it is very big and always crowded. They are most popular from serving food from different cultures, you have Asian, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, and much more. they have a very kid friendly kids meal and have all the common foods plus more! they give kids a free bucket filled with an De Brown Frown hat, a pack of chocolate frown balls, and a pack of scented crayons. even though, they serve a lot of food and give away awesome stuff to the kids the price for an average family of five is 30.00, and that's if they all get steak.
Peter Minuit founded Delaware in 1838.
Its located on the east coast of America, Maryland is right beside it. atlantic ocean.
I don't think so, Delaware is farm land and green grass and stuff not dirt and cactus's, places on the west coast have that stuff.
It was very Swedish.
Yes, there was freedom of religion in colonial Delaware.
Yes, they got pretty much everywhere.
yes there was churches in colonial Delaware
I dont really, but they didnt answere it for me either, in sorry
Yes there were Indians in Delaware. Most Delaware Native Americans were forced to migrate westward when European colonists took over the Delaware area. These tribes are not extinct, but except for the descendants of Delaware Indians who assimilated into white society, they do not live in Delaware anymore. Today there are two federally recognized Delaware tribes in Oklahoma and one Delaware Indian tribe in Canada.
Delaware was not financed by anyone, but was a 3 county colony granted to William Penn by the King of England.
Yes, it was in Delaware.
There were a variety of types of landforms found in Delaware Colony. These include rolling hills, farmland, rivers, lakes, as well as coastline.
There were no mountains in the Delaware Colony. Delaware is a state that might have a few rolling hills, but the mountains of the eastern seaboard are farther south.
Its hunting and farming .
They traded with the Native Americans.
Exploring the Atlantic coast north of Jamestown in 1610, Captain Samuel Argall discovered a large bay which he named in honor of Sir Thomas West, Third Lord de la Warr and the first governor of the Virginia. = =
Yup. Our vice president, Joe Biden.
It is not within any state.It is a state
Delaware is located in the northeastern portion of the Delmarva Peninsula and is the second smallest state in area (after Rhode Island). Estimates in 2007 rank the population of Delaware as 45th in the nation, but 6th in population density, with more than 60% of the population in New Castle County. Delaware is divided into three counties. From north to south, these three counties are New Castle, Kent, and Sussex. While the southern two counties… Read More
Rhode Island is the 50th US State is size.
They had to cut down trees
It is hot and arid
Most people say the Middle States/colonies. I would have to agree.
they did somthing it sted of got to a food place
Answer I dont know! lots of things like, society, religion, industry, majorcities/ ports, natural recorces, economy and nationalities.
It is 51.37 miles according to MapQuest.
Ratify the constitution.
They practiced being christianity.
Delaware is part of the Mid Atlantic regionIf your talking about the 13 colonies is the middle region.
Te fun thing they did was pick up crops nf sell crops
The people of colonial Delaware centered their recreation around the church. They had dancing, palor games, and eating socials. They also had sewing and quilting for the women.
America has a lot of different religions, it's not just one state, like Christians and Jews live everywhere.
It was the first state to join the Union.
Rivers found in Delaware include the Broadkill, Delaware, Indian, and Leipsic rivers. Other rivers are Little, Pocomoke, St. Jones, Simons, and Smyrna rivers.
Delaware is named after Del a Warr
in lots of ways
For a long time, Delaware the colony was part of Pennsylvania. It was owned and governed by William Penn, the Quaker owner of Pennsylvania. He had troubles governing both colonies, so he tried to merge them, but then settlers from both places denied him to do that and Delaware and Pennsylvania became different colonies. It depends on what time you are referring to, because at one time Delaware wasn't and was a separate colony. Delaware… Read More
Just like the people elsewhere in English America, they farmed, built towns, had lawyers, politicians, bakers, candlestick makers, etc.
Delawares most popular is newark,wilmington, new castle, dover, and susex
king george the 2nd
Because it is business friendly.
Hotel DuPont in Wilmington, DE.
The explorer John Cabot in 1497.