Why was deleware founded?
Delaware was founded because William Penn wanted to be kind to the Indians.
deleware was founded in 1672 by captain jack sparrow. he stumbled across the land and named it deleware because the land had lots of cotton candy clouds and the rivers were full of tasty freezes in wich can be found at present day speedway. thank you for giving me the oppertunity to write this answer this lovely morning....goodnight Read More
It was the first state to be founded in the united states. Read More
settled by the Dutch in 1631 and by swedes in 1638, the region passed to England in 1664. Read More
Dover, founded by William Penn as the court town in 1683, has always been the capital of Deleware. A link to the relevant Wikipedia articles is provided. Read More
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Biden was born and raised in Scranton, Pennsylvania but moved to Deleware at the age of ten. He presently lives in Wilmington, Deleware. Read More
The middle colonies were formed to provide religious freedoms from the Church of England, or for certain groups, such as Maryland for Roman Catholics. Deleware was formed when three counties of Pennsylvania rebeled and demanded to be recognized as their own governing body. Read More
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Deleware was not a charter colony. However, various American colonies were. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charter_colony http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deleware Read More
Yes, actually Deleware was the first state. Yes - its on the mid-Atlantic coast between New Jersey and Maryland. Check your spelling though - Its Delaware, not Deleware. Read More
The first was Deleware Read More