State Historic Preservation Office announces Delaware’s newest listings in the National Register of Historic Places
New listings include the Downtown Harrington Historic District, the Richard Allen School and the Taylor’s Bridge School.
Program designed to meet Next Generation science standards as well as Common Core state standards for art and history.
Note: In accordance with Gov. Carney’s Phase II plans for reopening the state, the five museums administered by the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs are open for self-guided tours via reservation only. Go to the following for additional information.
The Constitution, Delaware Law, The Underground Railroad and More Beers Atlas (1868) – (Courtesy of Delaware Public Archives) Chronological Timeline New Castle Court House History Underground Railroad Still need more help? Contact us at (302)739-4266 for more information.
The Family Man The Politician Summary of Political Activities The Farmer The Slave Holder This page showcases some of the personal accomplishments and political achievements of Delaware’s John Dickinson – penman of the American Revolution and signer of the U.S. Constitution. This information was taken from John Dickinson: A Great Worthy of The Revolution, a […]
The Delaware Bay, the Cape Henlopen Lighthouse, Mermen, and the Bombardment of Lewes target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”> A timeline history of Delaware’s first settlement and other significant dates A Historical Timeline of the H.M.B. DeBraak Still need more help? Contact us at (302)645-1148 for more information.
Delaware Facts Facts about Delaware’s State Seal See the words and listen to Delaware’s State Song Fun facts about the First State and Delaware’s symbols Get a Delaware Map The fascinating history of Delaware A Delaware history timeline: Delaware: A Historic View Delaware Map of Hundreds in Existence Between 1700 and 1800 Still need more […]
Native American Projectile Point Classification Guide Outline of Delaware Prehistory Delaware Facts & History Activity Book Letters from a farmer in Pennsylvania: To the inhabitants of the British Colonies The Underground Railroad – Flight to Freedom Emeline’s Story
Educational Resource Materials School and Group Tours Walking Tours The Underground Railroad – Flight to Freedom Emeline’s Story Museum from Home: Resources and Activities for Parents and Children Race and Equity Resources The interpretive mission of the Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs Education Team is to disseminate accurate historical information through historic research, and […]