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Who were some famous people in colonial Delaware?

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2013-02-14 21:55:43
2013-02-14 21:55:43

Peter Minuit settled Delaware

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There are several famous people who were from Delaware. Some of the famous people are Valerie Bertinelli, Robert Montgomery Bird, and Felix Darley.

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There were numerous jobs in the colonial Delaware. Some of the jobs were shopkeeper, blacksmith, doctor, teachers, lumberjacks, and tailors.

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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.

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Colonial New Hampshire had many famous people. Some of these famous people were, John Mason, Sir John Wentworth, and Daniel Webster.

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

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Social life in Colonial Delaware was a lot different than it is today. Some social activities that colonial people enjoyed were barn raising parties, quilting bees, and berry picking.

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well i have the answer for that. Some recreation activities on colonial Delaware were singing, hunting, games, and some sports that are similar like the ones we have today.

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some famous people who lived in colonial new york were henry sloughter first governer of new york colony,

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some of the leaders are Henry Hudson

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this web site dosent give good info on delaware

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Some of the crops the colonists grew in colonial Delaware were grain,rice,and indigo.Since their land was very good and fertile they mostly were farmers.

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Some examples of famous people from colonial New Hampshire include Josiah Bartlett, John Wentworth, and Samuel Leavitt. Others are Thomas Stickney and John Stark.

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Mostly English But some Dutch and Welsh.

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Peter Minuit was a Dutch explorer that took some Swedish colonists to settle in New Jersey.

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Some landmarks of colonial Delaware are the Kalmar Nyckel, which is a reproduction of a ship that is Wilmington and the Old Sweded Church, which is also in Wilmington. In Odessa there are many historic homes including the Collins-Sharp House.

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They would have corn, many vegetables in it, and some of that other stuff!

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Indigo, hemp, rice, corn and tobacco.

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There were problems with some of the Native American Indians in Colonial Delaware. The Native Americans did not like being treated as slaves or having to move from their homelands to accommodate the Colonists.

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Sir George Carteret, and John Lord Berkely.

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There are many famous landmarks located in Delaware, including the Delaware State Capital. The Robinson House, Block House, and the Winterthur are also popular landmarks.

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They lived near water so the settlement usually flooded.

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Some jobs available in Delaware during the 1638 are namely: trading, fishing, blacksmith, lumberjack, and more. These were the most popular jobs during this colonial era.

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This site will have a listing and a brief bio of some of the famous colonial figures from New Jersey. http://colonialhall.com/stockton/stockton.php

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Schools in Delaware during colonial times taught students to read, write, and math. In some areas, they would also teach Latin. Typically, the boys only were sent to school and the girls stayed home.

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colonial names are names that people had in colonial times. SOme include George Washington, thomas Jefferson, john Adams, Abigail Adams, and Benjamin Franklin and mary


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