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Drew Jones (Delaware)

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PostSubject: "Don't talk to me."    Sun Mar 27, 2016 12:35 pm

Name: Drew Candace Jones

Representative of: Delaware

Age in both human as well as rep: In human years Drew is a woman of 25 years old, in representative years she is 228

Brief personality: Drew is a more serious and mature woman. She's constantly trying to act serious and doesn't indulge in most 'childish' things. She is this way because she is the first State of America. She has a kind yet cautious personality and distances herself from people. She blocks her inner emotions from most people but has a weak spot for her younger siblings. When alone she acts less mature and takes time to enjoy herself. She is almost always seen with a book and reading either alone or in the corner if forced to be in the same room as people. One of her guilty pleasures is basketball.

Brief physical appearance: Drew has long brown hair that goes down and reaches her mid back, she has a single blonde streak that represents that she was colonized by Sweden in the past. She has a naturally tanned complexion from being outside gardening when she isn't reading, she wears black rimmed glasses, she's a tall woman that stands at 5'10 with a slender build. Her height looks taller due to the pair of black booted heels she always wears. Her clothes usually consist of a dark brown leather jacket and a pair of black jeans that fit her slender form.

Brief history: Delaware was a colony that was owned by both the Swedish, English, and Dutch. The Dutch were the first to settle within Modern-day Delaware. Like the other middle colonies, the Lower Counties on the Delaware initially showed little enthusiasm for a break with Britain. The citizenry had a good relationship with the Proprietary government, and generally were allowed more independence of action in their Colonial Assembly than in other colonies. Merchants at the port of Wilmington had trading ties with the British.

Many colonial settlers came to Delaware from Maryland and Virginia, which had been experiencing a population boom. The economies of these colonies were chiefly based on tobacco culture and were increasingly dependent on slave labor for its intensive cultivation. Most of the English colonists arrived as indentured servants, hiring themselves out as laborers for a fixed period to pay for their passage. In the early years the line between indentured servants and African slaves or laborers was fluid. Most of the free African-American families in Delaware before the Revolution had migrated from Maryland to find more affordable land. They were descendants chiefly of relationships or marriages between servant women and enslaved, servant or free African or African-American men.

During the Civil War, Delaware was one of five border states—in addition to Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, and later West Virginia—slave states that remained in the Union but bordered states that joined the Confederacy. Delaware represented a microcosm of the nation as a whole on matters of states’ rights, slavery, and support for the Union cause. Although Delaware remained firmly in the Union, widespread division of Union and Confederate sympathies within the state caused considerable tension among the State’s population. By 1862, federal troops were ordered to occupy polling stations in Delaware when state and federal elections became sites of unrest and political intimidation for voters.

Religious affinity (If any): Catholicism

Any special powers or abilities (if any): N/A

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