Pages Tagged With: "National Register of Historic Places"

Delaware State Review Board for Historic Preservation business meeting on Oct. 20, 2021

Board advises State Historic Preservation Officer on Delaware’s preservation policies.




Iron Hill area church added to National Register

African Union Church and Cemetery of Iron Hill, located southwest of Newark, Del., listed on Sept. 9, 2021.




Town seeks historical information about First National Bank of Frankford

Built in 1907, the structure later served as town hall for over six decades.




Delaware Breakwater East End Lighthouse repainted

Built in 1885, beacon is located in the harbor of Lewes, Del.




Delaware State Review Board for Historic Preservation annual meeting to take place remotely on Oct. 21, 2020

Meeting will feature review of two nominations to the National Register of Historic Places: Amended Milton Historic District and St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church (now New Calvary Baptist Church) in Wilmington.




Delaware State Review Board for Historic Preservation meeting to take place remotely on July 29, 2020

Virtual meeting to consider nomination of the American Vulcanized Fibre Company in Wilmington to the National Register of Historic Places.




Cemeteries

Cemeteries are essential elements of societies’ collective history, providing fascinating insight into past burial customs, religious beliefs, cultural and ethnic influences, community origins and development, and landscape design principles. Although virtually every remnant from the beginnings of a town or city may be lost, cemeteries often remain as some of the last tangible links to […]




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Delaware State Review Board for Historic Preservation to meet on Oct. 24, 2018

Meeting will include review of nominations to the National Register of Historic Places for the Taylors Bridge School in New Castle County and the Richard Allen School in Georgetown.




Millsboro’s Burton-Blackstone-Carey Store added to the National Register of Historic Places

Town’s oldest–known commercial building with intact historic-fabric was built in the 1840s.