to gain access to more ports
it broke away from Pennylvania in 1776 the year the declaration of independence was signed.
Delaware was the colony that broke away from Pennsylvania
The Colony that broke away from Pennsylvania in 1704 was the Delaware Colony. Delaware Colony decided it was necessary to be closer to the ocean and the sea ports.
The capital of Delaware is Dover. The capital of Pennsylvania is Harrisburg.
William Penn founded Pennsylvania.... I am doing my state report on Pennsylvania. And your mom founed Delaware.
Delaware was Pennsylvania
Maryland is boardered by Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Delaware.
New York ,Delaware, Pennsylvania
True. Based on the location of the two states, Delaware and Pennsylvania, it shows that Delaware does share a border with Pennsylvania.
Delaware shares a border with Pennsylvania and with Maryland.
The Delaware river flows to through Delaware. It forms a border between Pennsylvania and Delaware.
The Delaware River is boundary river between Pennsylvania and New Jersey&New York.
Prior to the Revolution, Delaware was part of the Pennsylvania colony and was administered and governed as the "lower three counties" by Pennsylvania.
William Penn did found Pennsylvania, but he also founded Delaware
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.
the Delaware river is located toward the east of Pennsylvania.
Delaware is bordered by Maryland, new jersey, and pennsylvania
Delaware is bordered by Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Delaware is boardered by Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Jersey
The Duke of York gave Pennsylvania and Delaware to William Penn for free. The Duke of York was King Charles II's brother. King Charles gave Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New York to Duke of York who then gave Pennsylvania and Delaware to William Penn.
Media is the County seat of Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
Delaware was originally part of Pennsylvania.
New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania border Delaware.
Delaware was founded in 1638 Was part of Pennsylvania
Delaware split off from New York and Pennsylvania, respectively