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Where was colonial Delaware?

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In the Middle Colonies

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yes there was churches in colonial Delaware


New Castle is the capital of colonial Delaware.


wilmington and dover were very important in colonial delaware.


In the colonial days what did people earn in delaware


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


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


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


Colonial Delaware had its own assembly, granted to it by William penn before it broke off from Pennsylvania.


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


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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.


Women in colonial Delaware were not considered equal to men. Women at this time took care of the home and children.


Colonial Delaware was not democratic in any way. As a matter of fact, democracy was unheard of in all the English colonies. Delaware was the first colony to ratify the constitution.


Yes, there was freedom of religion in colonial Delaware.


The main relegion of colonian Delaware was Christianity.




Slavery existed in every colony including Delaware.


The reasons for coming to colonial Delaware include the successful farming due to the rich soil. Delaware also had religious freedom and a temperature that was good for farming.


The main Colonial Delaware crops were grains, rice, and indigo. The land was very fertile and most of the colonists were farmers.



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