Dutch, Swedish, English, Germans, and even Finnish settled in colonial Delaware.
It was the Dutch,the Swedish,and the French
Mostly English But some Dutch and Welsh.
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.
Before coming under British colonial rule as part of Pennsylvania, Delaware had Dutch and Swedish settlements.
Most were English
Peter Minuit was a Dutch explorer that took some Swedish colonists to settle in New Jersey.
yes there was churches in colonial Delaware
the dutch defeated them in Delaware which ended New Sweden. It was then Delaware which became part of New Netherland.
wilmington and dover were very important in colonial delaware.
In the colonial days what did people earn in delaware
People were promised a representative government and religious freedom
Cornelius Jacobsen May was the Dutch explorer who explored Delaware. He explored the Delaware area from 1613 to 1614.
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.
Delaware was colonized by the English, so the colonial language was English.
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The Dutch were the first outsiders to reach Delaware. Samuel Blommaert and Samuel Godin were the two Dutch explorers who campaigned for the Dutch port of Zwaanendael, in modern-day Delaware.
Most Dutch colonial homes are white.
The land of colonial Delaware was very fertile and was often used for farming and lumber.
no,william penn did but he was a dutch
The Dutch and the Swedes were among the first to settle in New Jersey.