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Encyclopedia > Governor of Delaware
Contents

1 Governors of New Sweden, 1639-1655
2 Presidents of Delaware, 1776-1793
3 Governors of Delaware, 1793-present
4 External links

List of Delaware Governors

Governors of New Sweden, 1639-1655

Part of New Netherland, 1655-1664
Part of New York, 1664-1682
Part of Pennsylvania, 1682-1704
Shares Governor with Pennsylvania, 1704-1776


Presidents of Delaware, 1776-1793

  • John McKinly & George Read 1776-1777
  • John McKinly 1777-1778
  • Caesar Rodney 1778-1781
  • John Dickinson 1781-1783
  • John Cook (acting) 1783
  • Nicholas Van Dyke 1783-1786
  • Thomas Collins 1786-1789
  • Jehu Davis (acting) 1789
  • Joshua Clayton (Federalist) 1789-1793

Governors of Delaware, 1793-present

External links

  • Delaware's Governors (http://www.russpickett.com/history/intrgovs.htm)

  Results from FactBites:
 
State of Delaware - Governor Ruth Ann Minner's Home Page (355 words)
July 26, 2007 – Governor Minner presented the trophy to the winner of the 2007 Governor’s Cup harness race at the State Fair in Harrington.
Friday, Aug. 17, 2007 - Governor Ruth Ann Minner announced today that she is creating a nine-member task force to examine opportunities for continued improvement at the Delaware Psychiatric Center.
Visit the Governor's blog to read more about her positions on a variety of issues.
Governor of Delaware - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (449 words)
The Governor of Delaware is the executive officer of the U.S. state of Delaware.
She is Delaware's first female governor and is serving in her second term.
The offices of the Governor are at the state capital of Dover, Delaware, as is the official residence "Woodburn."
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