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What was the role of religion in colonial Delaware?


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2010-12-22 21:16:45
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Yes, there was freedom of religion in colonial Delaware.

Delaware was never its own colony officially. It was part of the Province of Pennsylvania, where the Quaker religion was prominent.

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The main relegion of colonian Delaware was Christianity.

Delaware was one of the Middle Colonies, and therefore was largely Protestant. However, it was much more tolerant of religious diversity than some colonies.

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Women played a big role in farming in Colonial Delaware. Women were responsible for cultivating the crops as well as tending to their own homes and families.

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To survive and to follow their religion on Christianity

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yes there was churches in colonial Delaware

New Castle is the capital of colonial Delaware.

the role was big because it affected how the government worked

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.

Colonial Delaware made its money by fishing,lumbering, and shipbuilding

they did not grow crops in colonial Delaware because they had bad land

Puritans played a great role. It always helped others.

Yes colonial Delaware grew oranges as a crop. Vegetables, flax, grain and cattle were also major crops in colonial Delaware.

There are many recipes that come from colonial Delaware. You could make Colonial Stew, Colonial Apple Pie, Colonial Biscuits or Chile Con Carne colonial Style.

Delaware was colonized by the English, so the colonial language was English.

The Delaware Colony had a lot of religious freedom which fostered a variety different faith traditions including Catholics, Quakers, and Jews. Wilmington was the colony's major city.

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

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