Annie Hicks’s research focused on revealing more details about historically underrepresented groups at Cooch-Dayett Mill.
Day-long series of activities to highlight archaeological investigations, historical research and related topics for the state and surrounding areas.
Portrait of Delaware’s first lady from 1820 to 1821 features several visual codes that indicate her role and social status to contemporary viewers.
Dutch poetry, New Castle, Del.’s connection to the Lincoln assassination, and Earth Day programs among the 12 division-sponsored activities in April 2023.
Introductory program on the history of the Cooch’s Bridge homestead, focal point of Delaware’s only Revolutionary War land battle.
Program explores the true story of a free, Black girl from New Castle who was kidnapped to be sold into slavery, and her subsequent rescue.
March is National Women’s History Month, but do you know of some of the First State’s most famous female leaders, innovators, artists and change-makers? Learn more about a few notable women throughout Delaware history.
Beloved Johnson Victrola Museum volunteer passed away in January 2023.
Did you know Homsey Architects, based in Wilmington, was one of the first woman-led architectural firms in Delaware?
This small collection of objects is symbolic of Kathy Carpenter’s life and the LGBTQ+ community in Sussex County, Delaware.