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Historical and Cultural Affairs newsletter

Historical and Cultural Affairs, the newsletter of the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs, is a digest of history- and preservation-related articles, calendar of events and related press coverage. Distilled from content published in the division’s blog, social media, webpage and press releases, the newsletter is designed to stimulate public interest in the division’s […]




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

The Florence and Isaac Budovitch House, and the Newark Union Church and Cemetery, are both located in New Castle County north of Wilmington.




Division offices open but electronic interaction urged

Social distancing recommended in response to state of emergency.




Division museums closed; public encouraged to engage with Delaware history via social media

Museums closed on March 24, 2020 in response to the coronavirus state of emergency.




Division seeks historic-site interpreter for downtown Dover museums

Application deadline: April 5, 2020




Zwaanendael Museum to again offer tours of the British warship DeBraak

Tours explore the surviving hull section of an 18th-century shipwreck.




Division welcomes archaeologist Stephanie Soder

New hire serves as a cultural preservation specialist based at the division’s main office in Dover.




Women’s history celebrated at division museums during March 2020

Six special programs held in celebration of National Women’s History Month.




“Coffee, Cross Stitch and Conversation” at Zwaanendael Museum on Feb. 22, 2020

Museum to feature a workshop on cross stitch, a form of embroidery in which X-shaped stitches are used to form a picture.




Division notes passing of Carolyn Apple

Longtime volunteer facilitated the donation of the William D. Willis World War II Photographic Collection to the State of Delaware.





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