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If you are planning to move to Delaware, you probably already know that it is a state full of valuable natural resources. Delaware is known for its productive agriculture, fertile farms, fishing industry, small towns and beautiful beaches. With over 800,000 peach trees Delaware is also one of the largest growers of peaches in the United States of America. Delaware is known as the "Peach State", but the official nickname is "The First State".
If you have children then the best time for your family to move to Delaware is summer when the children are home from school. However, September-May is the least expensive time of year to move. It doesn't matter when you move, we're always ready to help you with your local or long distance move.
Delaware is the second smallest state (1,982 square miles) after Rhode Island
and located on the Atlantic Coast in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States of America. Delaware is a small state, but it is the first of the 13 original states to ratify the United States, on December 7, 1787.
Delaware is neighbored by the major metropolitan areas of Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington DC. The capital city of Delaware is Dover, is located in the middle of the state.
Delaware has a proud and long history. In 1631 the Dutch explorers were the first to settle in Delaware, near the site of Lewes. But within a year all were killed by local Indian tribes. Later in 1638, Dutchman Peter Minuit established a new colony at Fort Cristina (Wilmington). New Castle was established in 1651 at present day. After thirteen years the British explorer James, the Duke of York forcibly took over the Dutch expedition and finally in 1682 the Duke passed his ownership on to William Penn.
The highest elevation in Delaware is about 450 feet above the sea level. The northern part of the state is full of hills with rolling surfaces. The state follows the Atlantic Coastal Plain with flat, sandy, and, in some parts, swampy ground.
13.4% of the population is persons 65 years old and over.
6.6% of the population is persons under 5 years old.
23.8% of the population is persons under 18 years old.
Largest County by area is Sussex (938 square miles).
Delaware along with Montana
, New Hampshire
, Alaska, and Oregon
are the only states where no sales tax is charged.
More than half of the United States Fortune 500 companies were incorporated in Delaware.
Delaware borders with Maryland
, New Jersey
, and Pennsylvania
State of Delaware Official Website
Delaware Department of Motor Vehicles
Delaware Department of Education
Ten largest cities by population: Wilmington, Dover, Newark, Middletown, Smyrna, Milford, Seaford, Elsmere, Georgetown, New Castle.
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