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What was slave life like in colonial Delaware?

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Social life in Colonial Delaware was a lot different than it is today. Some social activities that colonial people enjoyed were barn raising parties, quilting bees, and berry picking.

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The land of colonial Delaware was very fertile and was often used for farming and lumber.

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Colonlial Delaware was a cool place with colonists and native Americans.

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colonial life was like a stopid country

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they got taught by books and farming

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how was life like for colonial priests/preachers

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The soil in colonial Delaware was very fertile. Because of this, farming was a major industry. The main crops included grain, flax, rice, and indigo.

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well i have the answer for that. Some recreation activities on colonial Delaware were singing, hunting, games, and some sports that are similar like the ones we have today.

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Colonial Pennsylvania was a free place for slaves. If a slave lived there for six months or longer continuously, they would gain their freedom and could live freely for the rest of their lives

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There were problems with some of the Native American Indians in Colonial Delaware. The Native Americans did not like being treated as slaves or having to move from their homelands to accommodate the Colonists.

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Yes. Delaware, though not traditionally considered a Southern state, was a slave state, like Maryland, before the Civil War.

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Food in the colonial Delaware was like any kind of colonial region. They would have stew, corn of course and many more abstact figures of food. They would always cook over a fire. Sometimes kids would use the corn husks to use them as cornhusk dolls.

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What life is like on as a plantation slave ?

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Life in colonial America was very simple. Everyday life included things like, farming, outhouses, candles for light, and cooking on an open fire.

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Schools in Delaware during colonial times taught students to read, write, and math. In some areas, they would also teach Latin. Typically, the boys only were sent to school and the girls stayed home.

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Lots of times slave owners would rub feces (poop) all over the slave and it would act as humiliation.

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Answerwhat is the natural resources of colonial DelawareAnswerwhat is the natural resources of colonial DelawareAnswerDelaware offered many different resources and I think that they grew tobacco plants but I'm not quite sure. Of course they didn't have indigo like the southern colonies and I believe that they also grew wheat since the Middle Colonies, where Delaware is located, was called the "Bread Basket" so they were peobably over abundant with wheat and grain products.what is the climate of colonial Delaware?Ok, sorry, but you are wrong. Tobacco was only grown in the southern colonies, and the breadbasket is states that were never colonies! In Delaware, the resources were wheat, lumber, fishing, rum, cattle, and iron.

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