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Delaware, abbreviated DE or Del., Is a state in the United States bordering Maryland and Pennsylvania. Delaware, with 6447 km2 is the second smallest of the United States of America (after Rhode Island), and has 961,939 inhabitants (US Census, 2017). The capital is Dover.

Delaware is also known as The First State, since it was the first state to ratify the US Declaration of Independence.

Nature and climate

Delaware occupies the northeastern part of the Delmarva Peninsula, the peninsula between Chesapeake Bay in the west and Delaware Bay in the east. The area belongs to the Atlantic coastal plain, and consists of a fertile, flat plain that rarely reaches more than 20 meters above sea level. In the northwest, low ridges rise to 134 meters above sea level. The state has a temperate climate.

Population

The population increase in the decade 1980–1990 was 12.1 per cent, in the decade 1990–2000 15 per cent, both higher than the national average. 62.3 percent of residents consider themselves white, 22.8 percent black, and 9.3 percent of Hispanic origin (US Census, 2017). The state is among the most densely populated in the United States: 83.3 percent live in cities or urban areas. Largest cities are Wilmington and the capital Dover.

Delaware sends two senators and one representative to the Washington Congress in Washington DC.

Business

The state is primarily an industrial state, but more than half of the land is used for agriculture. The main products are soybeans, maize and asparagus, and not least the breeding of poultry (broilers). The industry is concentrated in and around Wilmington and includes shipyards, automobile factories, chemical industry (DuPont Company) and cotton industry. The Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, which cuts through the northern part of the state, is of great economic importance.

Because Delaware largely does not tax corporations, and in addition offers a high degree of secrecy about ownership, the state is referred to as a tax haven where it is very popular to create shell companies that can be used, among other things, to hide ownership and cash flow.

History

Delaware was first colonized by the Dutch in 1631, but these colonists were killed by the indigenous people. In 1638, Swedes built New Sweden with Fort Christina (now Wilmington), but were displaced by the Dutch in 1651, who in turn took over the colony. In 1664, the English conquered Delaware.

In 1682, Delaware became part of Pennsylvania, but gained its own state assembly in 1704 and became its own state in 1776. Delaware was the first state to ratify the Union Constitution - unanimously December 7, 1787 - and was one of the "frontier states "during the American Civil War; Slavery was allowed, but it was impossible to opt out of the Union.

The name Delaware is after Virginia Governor Lord De La Warr, who took possession of the area for England in 1610. The name was originally linked to the river, later to the indigenous community lenape and finally to the state.

123 Delaware Home Loans - 123 Lending Network
Guide lists Wilmington, Delaware, lenders offering home equity, second mortgage, home improvement, debt consolidation, new home, and refinancing loans.
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Cardinal Mortgage Company
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Delaware - American Loan Search
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Delaware - Planet Loan
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Delaware Branches - Ameriquest Mortgage Company
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Wilmington Mortgage Services
Obtain quotes and rates from this Wilmington-based mortgage company. Lender is licensed in Delaware, Pennsylvania and Maryland.
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