Learn more about the First State’s voting history, from the late 17th and early 18th centuries through today, in a new exhibition at the New Castle Court House Museum.
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This famous British warship sank off Delaware’s coast 225 years ago, and its anniversary this May offers an opportunity to reflect on the past, assess the present and plan for the future preservation of an important piece of local history.
“Then & Now: Black History Highlights of Delaware” explores the historical significance of The Rodney and present-day impact of Aunt Mary’s.
Free one-day-only affair showcases one of Delaware’s most historic estates.
Dover Days activities, “Life at Sea” and Cooch’s Bridge Historic Site tours among programs to be offered.
Reflections for National Volunteer Month, April 2023.
Historic site is preparing for a public meeting to form a Descendant Community Engagement Group. Collaboratively, the group will provide recommendations for the interpretation of the site, including the African Burial Ground.
Children ages 10 to 13 invited to explore the storied past of one of America’s most historic towns in this free history camp.
Longtime division employee honored for her contributions to the small museum community on a regional or state level.