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Delaware __ A great resource including history, culture, statistics, famous people, and good links. - illustrated - From Infoplease - 

Delaware Economy at a Glance __ Labor force data, nonfarm wage and salary employment, manufacturing, construction, trade, transportation, utilities, professional and business services, leisure, hospitality and much more. - From US Bureau of Labor -

Delaware Geography __ "Delaware shares the Delmarva Peninsula with parts of Maryland and Virginia. Delaware's small size doesn't leave much room for major or varied land forms and most of the state lies on a low, flat coastal plain. In general, Delaware slopes down from a piedmont plateau in the north to a near sea level coastal plain in the east and south. Delaware is situated such that it is part of two major land regions; the Atlantic Coastal Plain and the Piedmont." - illustrated - From -

Delaware Geological Survey __ They say it better than I can: "The goal of the Delaware Geological Survey is to provide objective scientific geologic and hydrologic information, advice, and service to our stakeholders. This goal is accomplished by conducting geologic, hydrologic, and geologic hazard investigations and services and by continuing development of our infrastructure through basic data collection and computer-based data management and dissemination programs. The scientific information is used to advise, inform, and educate our stakeholders about the important roles that the earth sciences play in issues regarding water resources, public health, agriculture, economic development, land-use planning, environmental protection, geologic hazards, energy and mineral resources, and recreation." They also have a great section about Delaware fossils. - illustrated - From University of Delaware -
Delaware Map, Map of Delaware __ " Welcome to the InfoHub Delaware map page. Here you will find a treasure of information with regard to map of Delaware as well as a wealth of information on the subject of Delaware maps." - From -


Delaware Old Photos.... faces and places in the past __ "Old family photographs, postcards, historical pictures, and genealogy about the people and places." - illustrated - From - 

Delaware Photos __ Galleries of annotated click-to-enlarge photos of Delaware. - illustrated - From - 

Delaware pictures, Delaware images __ "Pictures of Delaware. Welcome to the InfoHub Delaware pictures and images page. Here you will find a treasure of information with regard to the pictures of Delaware as well as a wealth of information on the subject of Delaware images and photos." - From -

Delaware QuickFacts from the US Census Bureau __ Just what the title says it is. Population, business and geography "quick facts." - From US Census/Us Gov -

Delaware State Arts Council __ "An Executive Order, issued on March 31, 1969, established a Delaware State Arts Council. The Executive Department felt that the general welfare of Delaware citizens would be promoted by giving further recognition to the arts as a vital part of our cultural heritage, and a valued means of improving our educational programs." You will find an overview of the program. - From State of Delaware -


Delaware State Map - Cities, Roads, Counties, Rivers, Lakes __ You will find a collection of Delaware state maps showing Delaware counties, roads, highways, cities, rivers, topographic features, lakes and more. - From - 

Delaware State Parks __ Official State Park website. You will find information about attractions, location, fees, camping, boating, hiking trails, fishing, golf, cabin rentals, conference and meeting facilities and more. - illustrated -

Delaware State Symbols Capital Constitution Flags Maps Song __You will find everything listed in the title plus a whole lot more. - illustrated - From Pike Street Industries, Inc. -

Delaware Stock Photo Images. 290 Delaware images __ Galleries of annotated click-to-enlarge Deleware photos. Please follow any licensing requirements if you should decide to use these photos of Delaware subjects. - illustrated - From -

Delaware - Travel Photos __ Here are galleries of annotated Delaware photos. - illustrated - From - 

Delaware Wildflowers __ You will find lists by common name, scientific name and family. why not plan a garden made up entirely of native species as a class or school summer project? - illustrated - from David G Smith -

Historical Society of Delaware __ "The Historical Society of Delaware, founded in 1864, is a private, non-profit, educational organization operated for the benefit of the public. Its mission is to provide and encourage a greater understanding and appreciation of history, particularly the history of the State of Delaware." Includes an online Delaware history encyclopedia for kids where you can learn such things as "Dela where," Dela what," and "Dela who." - illustrated - From Historical society of Delaware -

map of delaware and delaware map and information page __ You will find Delaware maps and resources for Delaware maps. - illustrated - From - 

Newspapers in Delaware __ You will find 8 here - From Global Computing -

Introduction to Delaware - The United States of America __ "On December 12, 1787, Delaware, became the first state to ratify the United States Constitution. Before that, it was the only colony to be claimed by Sweden, Holland and England. And before that, there is some evidence that Egyptian explorers found their way to the state." - illustrated - From -

Official Website of the State of Delaware __ illustrated - From state of Delaware -

Photograph Exhibits __ you will find a list of click-to-view exhibits of historic Delaware photos. - illustrated - From State of Delaware -

Pictures of Delaware __ Galleries of annotated click-to-enlarge pictures of Delaware. Delaware photos. - illustrated - From -

pictures of Delaware at - delaware pictures ... __ You will find Delaware pictures including Bethany Beach, Rehoboth Beach, Dover, Fenwick Island State Park, South Bethany, Delaware travel information, and more. - From - 

Welcome to Delaware General Assembly __ Learn about the process for legislation in the state of Delaware. You will find general information, bill tracking, a copy of the state constitution and the full Delaware code. - From State of Delaware. -


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