Program designed to meet Next Generation science standards as well as Common Core state standards for art and history.
Archaeological investigation seeks to find evidence of the fort originally built by Dutch settlers in 1651.
Workshop will explore archaeological prospection techniques at the site of Fort Casimir which was built by the Dutch in 1651.
Development slated for nearby property.
New employee has 39 years of experience in archaeology and historic preservation.
Archaeologist headed to new job at Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Maryland.
State of Delaware to acquire historic property at Cooch’s Bridge, the site of the state’s only Revolutionary War battle
Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs to administer the home and surrounding property at the heart of the site.
“Queenstown and the Early Colonial Delmarva: An Archaeological and Historical Symposium” at the New Castle Court House Museum on Oct. 13, 2018
Event will include scholarly presentations on My Lord’s Gift, a 17th century archaeological site in Queenstown, Md.; and the Coleman Farm, Reedy Island and Fort Casimir sites in Delaware.
Longtime leader in Delaware’s archaeological community passed away on June 3, 2018.
African-American History Month programs among 18 special events at division museums during February 2018
Highlights include programs on African-American life at the John Dickinson Plantation in the 18th century, the evolution of black recorded music and African-American archaeology in Delaware.