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Who was the leader of the Delaware Colony?

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the leader of the Delaware colony was a very powerful couraged man.

he was an awesome smart caring man that every one should know him you should reseach him he is very interesting man to learn about he was Sir John Yeamans. this is a true fact look it up if you don't believe me....

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