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St. Paul AME Church in Harrington added to the National Register of Historic Places

Church has served Harrington’s black community since 1895.




Delaware State Review Board for Historic Preservation to meet on Oct. 19, 2016

Board meeting to include review of two nominations to the National Register of Historic Places.




Delaware General Assembly passes resolution commending the National Historic Preservation Act

2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the act’s passage.




Delaware State Review Board for Historic Preservation to meet on April 13, 2016

Board will review three new nominations to the National Register of Historic Places.




Delaware State Historic Preservation Office recent accomplishments

Office’s programs help to preserve Delaware’s historic places and unique cultural identity.




Grantham-Edwards-McComb House added to the National Register of Historic Places

Property once owned by Col. Henry S. McComb, one of the founders of the Union Pacific Railroad.




Two additional Delaware properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places

Adams Home Farm in Greenwood and the Evans-West House in Ocean View are the most recent listings.




Hebron Methodist Church outside Georgetown added to the National Register of Historic Places

Structure is an outstanding example of rural Methodist churches from the 19th century.




Milford Century Club re-opens after repairing damage caused by Hurricane Sandy

National Park Service grant helped support the repairs.




Dover receives Certified Local Government status

Designation encourages successful preservation programs and practices in Delaware’s capital city.





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