(Encyclopedia) Delaware d?l?wr, ?w?r, English name given several closely related Native American groups of the Algonquian branch of the Algonquian-Wakashan linguistic stock (see Native American? (Encyclopedia) Delawared?l?wr, ?w?r, river, c.280 mi (450 km) long, rising in the Catskill Mts., SE N.Y., in east and west branches, which meet at Hancock. It flows SE along the New York?? (Encyclopedia) Delawared?l?wr, ?w?r, one of the Middle Atlantic states of the United States, the country's second smallest state (after Rhode Island). It is bordered by Maryland (W, S), and? (Encyclopedia) Delawared?l?wr, ?w?r, city (1990 pop. 20,030), seat of Delaware co., central Ohio, on the Olentangy River; inc. as a city 1903. A trade center in a fertile farm area, it also has? Delaware State Facts
Entered Union: December7, 1787 (1st State)Present constitution adopted: 1897
State abbreviation/Postal code: Del./DENicknames: Diamond State; First State; Small? (Encyclopedia) Delaware Bay: see Delaware, river. (Encyclopedia) Delaware Aqueductd?l?wr, ?w?r, SE N.Y., 85 mi (137 km) long, carrying water from the Rondout Reservoir, Sullivan co., SE into the New York City water system at the Hillview Reservoir? (Encyclopedia) Delaware Prophetd?l?wr, ?w?r, fl. 18th cent., Native American leader. His real name is not known. He began preaching (c.1762) among the Delaware of the Muskingum valley in Ohio. He? (Encyclopedia) Delaware River Basin Compactd?l?wr, ?w?r, providing for the utilization and development of the water resources of the Delaware River basin. In 1961 the federal government and the? (Encyclopedia) Delaware Water Gapd?l?wr, ?w?r, scenic gorge, 2 mi (3.2 km) long, cut by the Delaware River through Kittatinny Mt., on the N.J.?Pa. line; located in a mountain resort area around?