Over the last five years, archaeologists have learned a lot more about the 11 burials found at Avery’s Rest near Rehoboth Beach. Find out what they have discovered thanks to modern-day technology and DNA testing.
The Dauneport property, a collaboration of two women in the early 1900s, has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Three new members have joined the Delaware State Review Board for Historic Preservation.
Delaware’s own Felix Darley created some of the first Americanized, contemporary images of Santa. Learn more about his work and roots in the First State.
Next year, the public will get new access to the John Dickinson Plantation thanks to a pathways project that will connect the site to the St. Jones Reserve.
Every year, the Sussex Gardeners help decorate Lewes for the holidays, including the Zwaanendael Museum. Learn more about this unique club.
Long before colonial settlers reached American shores, Native American tribes had already established a long history. Learn more about the first people of the First State as we celebrate Native American Heritage Month in November.