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Delaware

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Capital 
Dover
Became a State
Dec. 1, 1787 (1st)
Location
Mid-Atlantic region of the United States
Area
2,390 sq. miles (49th)
Population
897,934 (45th)
Major Cities
Wilmington, Delaware City, Dover, Milford, Greenville, New Castle
Products
poultry, nursery stock, soybeans, dairy products, corn, paper goods, 
chemical products, processed foods, rubber, plastic products
Climate
transitional zone between a humid subtropical climate 
and continental climate
Yearly Precipitation
averages 44 inches
Professional  Sports Teams
no professional sports teams
Major Waterways
Atlantic Ocean, Intracostal Waterway, Delaware River
Most Famous Citizens
Henry DuPont (industrialist)
Thomas F. Bayard (lawyer and politician)
Valerie Bertinelli (actress)
Henry Heimlich (surgeon)
William Julius Johnson (basketball player)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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