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Federated state of the Eastern USA, 5295 km², 853,476 residents (2006
estimate), 161 inhabitants / km², Dover capital. Borders: Pennsylvania (N), New
Jersey (NE), Atlantic ocean (E), Maryland (S, W).
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It was separated from New Jersey by the lower course of
the Delaware River and overlooking Delaware Bay. The flat territory occupies the
north-eastern sector of the Delmarva peninsula and is characterized, along the
coast, by extensive lagoon and marshy formations. Main economic resources are
agriculture (potatoes, vegetables, fruit), cattle and poultry farming, fishing
and industry, developed in the chemical, canning, tanning, mechanical, textile,
shipbuilding and petrochemical sectors and mainly concentrated
around Wilmington. Seaside tourism. § Discovered in 1609 by Hudson, the
territory which later became the state of Delaware was first disputed between
the Dutch and the English, with the participation of the Swedes (New Sweden,
1638). Remained from 1664 to the English, in 1682 the Duke of York granted
Delaware to William Penn; from then until 1776, when it organized itself as a
state during the war of independence, it remained united with Pennsylvania. He
made a valid contribution to the struggle for independence and first ratified
the Constitution in 1787; although a slave state, it remained loyal to the Union
during the civil war.
Below you will see top cities in Delaware.
City (23,500 residents) and capital of the State of Delaware (USA), 60 km S
of Wilmington to which it is connected by rail. There is an active agricultural
market (sugar, vegetables, fruit) with processing and rubber
City (71,500 residents) of the State of Delaware (USA), 50 km SW
of Philadelphia, 78 m on the right of the Delaware river estuary. It is the main
industrial center of the state, with chemical, petrochemical, metallurgical,
steel and rubber factories; commercial port is active. Airport.