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When did the Swedish find Delaware?


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2006-02-23 21:01:59
2006-02-23 21:01:59

The swedish found Delaware in 1638.


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Peter Minuet found Deleware with Swedish colonists in 1638.

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.

They colonized Delaware.

The group that took over the Swedish settlements along the Delaware River was the Swedish. Later, the Danish and Finnish took over some of these settlements.

Swedish settlers founded the Colony of Delaware in 1639

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It was the Dutch,the Swedish,and the French

Delaware was settled by the Dutch, the Swedish and the British

Dutch, Swedish, English, Germans, and even Finnish settled in colonial Delaware.

Colonial Delaware had only one major city or town and that was the town of Wilmington. Wilmington was greatly established by Swedish immigrants in the Delaware Colony.

the lower Delaware for a number of reasons: loss of trade; they had claimed the area for themselves; and the Swedish colony was founded

The Swedish settled the Delaware river in 1638. The name of the settlement was New Sweden and it lasted from 1638 to 1655.

Before coming under British colonial rule as part of Pennsylvania, Delaware had Dutch and Swedish settlements.

A Swedish colony in America, which now is the state of Delaware.

Delaware and parts of Maryland was paert of the swedish empire.

Delaware was first claimed by the Dutch, then the Swedish, then it was claimed by the English.The Dutch the Swedes, the English and the African Americans.

The first religion that was recorded in Delaware was brought by the Swedish colonists. This first religion in 1631 in Delaware was recorded as being Catholic.

The Swedish settled in Delaware for profit. They wanted to make money from trading. They also wanted a base in the New World to watch the Spanish.

New Sweden was a swedish colony along the Delaware riverNew Sweden included parts of Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

because they just won war and they went to get land

I'm not sure. It was called "New sweden" when it existed though. New Sweden was a Swedish colony along the Delaware River on the Mid-Atlantic coast of North America from 1638 to 1655. It was centered at Fort Christina, now in Wilmington, Delaware, and included parts of the present-day American states of Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

There are many websites where one can find Swedish meatballs recipe. There are food blogs which are dedicated to Swedish Food and this recipe is available there.

Delaware. Sweden had a colony by the Delaware river called Nya Sverige (translation, New Sweden). It was founded 1638 and got captured by the Dutch 1655.

You can find a mad of Delaware on your GPS, or on and old road map you find at your local convenient store. Delaware is a beautiful state nice to visit and enjoy the scenery.

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