Veteran employee discusses her career and changes at the agency and the National Register.
A folk music concert, and programs celebrating Dutch American Heritage Day and National Native American Heritage Month among events/topics to be explored.
18th century trades, true crime in song and walking tours of a historic cemetery among programs/topics to be explored.
Recently accessioned collections items reflect the calls for racial justice that surged across the nation in 2020.
Programs explore the experiences of the enslaved and free African Americans who lived, labored and died on the John Dickinson Plantation.
Events include a wetland walk and campfire, a program on Colonial Delaware crime and punishment, and a wide variety of activities associated with “The I’s Have It: Industry, Innovation, and Invention,” Delaware’s 23rd annual Chautauqua.
A number of new employees have joined the division’s staff in the past several months.
John Dickinson Plantation burial ground for enslaved men, women and children, and for free African Americans who died on the site, to be preserved and interpreted.
Series provides a historical context to understand the complex and often difficult role that race has played in the history of the United States and the state of Delaware.
Town commons served as a central meeting place for over 200 years.