Delaware was the first state to ratify the US Constitution. Delaware is well known as a corporate tax haven due to its laxed and secure banking laws. It is bordered by the states of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
Despite being only a hundred miles long and less than fifty miles across at its widest point, Delaware is a surprisingly complex and diverse state. The C&D Canal, which bisects the state two-thirds of the way up, serves as a sort of internal Mason-Dixon Line, separating the more urban and industrialized northern portion of Delaware from the more rural “slower, lower” southern part.

Delaware was the first state to ratify the US Constitution. Delaware is well known as a corporate tax haven due to its laxed and secure banking laws. It is bordered by the states of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
Despite being only a hundred miles long and less than fifty miles across at its widest point, Delaware is a surprisingly complex and diverse state. The C&D Canal, which bisects the state two-thirds of the way up, serves as a sort of internal Mason-Dixon Line, separating the more urban and industrialized northern portion of Delaware from the more rural “slower, lower” southern part.