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What was the lifestyle of settlers in Delaware?


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2011-05-02 01:19:02
2011-05-02 01:19:02

they had good lives because of the free religion. they had to work hard for money.


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The settlers in New Jersey and Delaware came from the countries of Ireland and Germany.

You can find tons of info on the Delaware colony at the below two links. Delaware Colony: Delaware Colony Link 2: Hope this helps, Chris.

the first settlers in delaware were the Dutch but then sweden took over but the dutch wanted back and so they did.

The earliest settlers in Delaware Colony came from Sweden. They came to North America to participate in the fur trade and tobacco farming.

Swedish settlers founded the Colony of Delaware in 1639

The Delaware settlers. I am positive this is right.

Dutch traders were the first settlers to settle in Delaware. They settled in 1631 at Zwaanendaael, which is close to present day Lewes.

The Swedish colonists settled in Delaware because Delaware was one of the first areas encountered by the Swedes. In competition with the Dutch settlers, the Swedish settlers made compromises with local Indian tribes and settled in the area.

the first log houses that were built from settlers were in Delaware

gold, farming, religous freedom

The Dutch were the first people to settle in Delaware in 1631, sent by De Vries.

Finland was part of the Swedish Empire at the time Delaware was founded. Finns made up most of the original settlers of Delaware. The Finns introduced the Log Cabin to American frontier life.

Other than the Native American Algonquin and Delaware tribes, the first European settlers were the Dutch.

To survive and to follow their religion on Christianity

Settlers home life in Delaware in the colonial time was very simple. After work, the family would play, cook, read to each other and on Sunday's they would go worship.

Stupid because they never had stuff we have today

The first settlers who colonized the area of America located along the lower Delaware River originated from the European country of Sweden, although a small proportion of settlers in this area also came from Finland. Initially at odds with Dutch settlers in the area, they eventually became subject to the English, who forcibly took control from the Dutch in the late 1600s.

The reason the settlers of Delaware went there was to expand and control trade and to expand there native country's land. The reason Delaware was settled was to expand and conrol trade and to expand the native land of their country.

The Colony of New Jersey included Catholics, Jews, Lutherans, and Quakers.

Developed a modern economy, with industries, banks, schools, shops, and services.

to start a new lifestyle since they didn't like England controlling them

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