Yes, there was freedom of religion in colonial Delaware.
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protestant was the religion they followed in Delaware colonial timessincerelyvladmir zotav
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The Congregational Church.
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The majority were Protestant from the Church of England.
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To survive and to follow their religion on Christianity
== == Christian. All Virginan pilgrims were christians.
yes there was churches in colonial Delaware
Delaware was never its own colony officially. It was part of the Province of Pennsylvania, where the Quaker religion was prominent.
AnswerQuakers were the dominant religion in Colonial North America. They were pacifists who, although they had a strong belief in there own faith, had a strong policy of religious tolerance.
Christianity is the most dominant religion.
wilmington and dover were very important in colonial delaware.
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Protestant, however, religious tolerance was widely accepted and many religions were practiced.
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