Independence Day, baseball Hall-of-Famer William “Judy” Johnson and campfires at the John Dickinson Plantation to be featured.
Tours taking place through Sept. 26, 2019.
Administered by the Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs’ Collections, Affiliates, Research and Exhibits (CARE) Team, the Collections Program preserves, and holds in public trust, a record of Delaware’s heritage by acquiring objects made in the First State or used by Delawareans throughout history. The primary function of the program is stewardship of the State […]
Dover Days, A Day in Old New Castle and the Zwaanendael Maritime Festival among programs to be offered.
“Welcome! Come see what HCA has to offer.” Preserving Delaware’s heritage and showcasing the historic legacy of our state are the guiding principles of our agency. Through active historic preservation efforts, engaging educational programs, stimulating exhibits, and superior customer service, the Division is committed to enhancing Delaware’s quality of life by helping people connect with […]
National Women’s History Month events among eight special programs at division museums during March 2019
Activities honor and celebrate women’s lives and historic achievements.
The Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs is currently seeking qualified applicants for the following position: Museum/Historic Site InterpreterApplication opening date: June 3, 2022. Closing date: June 30, 2022Based at the John Dickinson Plantation located at 340 Kitts Hummock Road, Dover, DE the part-time position of museum/historic-site interpreter position is responsible for interacting with […]
African American History Month programs among 13 special events at division museums during February 2019
Highlights include programs on the Underground Railroad, Black recording artists and record labels from the early 20th century, and First African Baptist Church cemeteries in Philadelphia.
Display of works by the noted Wilmington artist featuring historical and political figures including a Minute Man, and presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and George W. Bush.
Display explores preservation work that has been conducted since Delaware’s first permanent capitol building in Dover was restored to its original appearance in 1976.