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Date Posted: Monday, September 18th, 2023

Over the last year, the division has collected information about some of Delaware’s impactful LGBTQ+ stories throughout history. Take a sneak peek of what the project has in store by learning more about a new resource launched this month.


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Date Posted: Thursday, September 14th, 2023

The New Castle County Court House Museum was the site of another historic moment as the city’s first female mayor was sworn in to office.


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Date Posted: Wednesday, September 13th, 2023

Cooch’s Bridge Historic Site intends to use a generous semiquincentennial grant for structure rehabilitation and grounds improvements.


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Date Posted: Wednesday, September 6th, 2023

The division strives to develop an inclusive collection reflective of its current mission, vision and equity statement.


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Date Posted: Tuesday, August 22nd, 2023

Join the division for dozens of events statewide this September.


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Date Posted: Monday, August 21st, 2023

Visit Lewes every Friday and Saturday in September for a new look at southern Delaware’s maritime history, thanks to a series of programming presented by the Zwaanendael Museum and Lewes Public Library.


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Date Posted: Monday, August 21st, 2023

Major renovations to the granary and carriage house at the Cooch’s Bridge Historic Site are nearing an end as the public is invited to inform next steps in the site’s latest revolution during an Aug. 28 virtual public meeting.


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Date Posted: Thursday, August 17th, 2023

The division celebrates the life and legacy of former New Castle Court House Museum lead interpreter Brian Cannon, who passed away this July.


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Date Posted: Wednesday, August 16th, 2023

“Then & Now: Black History Highlights of Delaware” explores the historical significance of a one-room school for African American children.


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Date Posted: Tuesday, August 15th, 2023

Delaware’s historic structures reflect the craftsmanship of past laborers and the work of modern historians and craftsmen who strive to keep them protected.


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