During the Jim Crow era, an annual travel guide for the African American community helped readers find places to eat and sleep. In Delaware, 17 properties are listed statewide. Read on to learn more about the importance of the Delaware Green Book.
Day-long series of activities explores occupations of the 1700s.
Three-part series explores America’s second war with Great Britain.
Free one-day-only affair showcases one of Delaware’s most historic estates.
Series on the War of 1812, Mysteries of History , William Penn Day, concerts and outdoor events to be featured.
Find out what it takes to preserve artifacts with environmental controls, maintenance and continuous monitoring as climate conditions change.
Have ideas on how to advance historic preservation in Delaware? The public is invited to share ideas during two virtual forums scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 21, held by the University of Delaware with the Division and Preservation Delaware.
Tent shows to showcase entertainment and the artists who brought it to life.
A greenish gemstone was once popular as a building material, but had its flaws. Read on to learn more about serpentine stone.
Join the Division in welcoming its newest staff members, who bring a wealth of experience in working with the public, historic sites, programs and more.