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Delaware State Historic Preservation Office recent accomplishments

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




Division unveils updated geographic information system for Delaware’s historic properties

Web-based system is now available for public use.




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

St. Stephen’s Protestant Episcopal Church in Harrington and the Union Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church Complex in Clarksville are the most recent listings.




State Review Board for Historic Preservation recommends nominations for the National Register; honors retirees and welcomes new members

The Delaware State Review Board for Historic Preservation held its annual spring meeting at The Old State House in Dover on April 9, 2014.




International Style on the National Register: Delaware’s Carswell House

By: Madeline E. Dunn Curator of Education – Historian Question: What do the National Guard, West Point, and International Style architecture have in common with Delaware? Answer: Stuart Randall Carswell. Who was Stuart Randall Carswell? Mr. Carswell was born in New Castle County, Delaware in 1891 and attended primary and secondary schools in Wilmington.  He […]




Meet the Delaware State Historic Preservation Office

By Alice Guerrant, Historic Archaeologist This is HCA’s first blog on the topic of preservation, so we thought it appropriate to introduce, for what may be the first time for many readers, the Delaware State Historic Preservation Office. Historic preservation means the study, protection, and maintenance of the historic places that keep us in touch […]





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