Virtual living-history program in which Jean Norvell portrays the proprietress of Pennsylvania and wife of William Penn.
“We Didn’t Vote for Him: Delaware and the Election of 1860” — virtual lecture from The Old State House on Nov. 14, 2020
Program explores the election that brought Abraham Lincoln to power and which led the nation into civil war.
Rehoboth Beach landmark was built in 1929.
Series of 19 Facebook posts about the women’s suffrage movement in Delaware and the nation.
Podcast explores the history of the American states before they joined the union.
Delaware’s 22nd annual Chautauqua: “Women’s Work: Campaigning for Social Change” on Sept. 10, 11, 19 and 20, 2020
All activities to be presented free via Zoom; registration required.
Visitation guidelines in keeping with Gov. Carney’s Phase II reopening of the state.
Open between July 8 and 15, 2020, contest seeks photos of what makes Lewes unique.
We support the elimination of racial injustice, racism, discrimination, and exclusionary history. We believe that Black lives matter.
We strive to practice inclusive history. History is not a series of one-sided, happy stories. It is a combination of uncomfortable truths, differing perspectives, and difficult narratives. At the John Dickinson Plantation in Dover, for example, we tell the story of the enslaved, indentured, and free Black men, women, and children who worked, and died, […]
Visitation now permitted in accordance with Gov. Carney’s Phase I reopening of the state.