New Spanish section of website puts in the hands of new generations one of our state’s greatest resources for historical research.
During the proclamation ceremony, the guest speakers explained to the audience the effect that the Brown v. Board decision had on their lives.
A letter that John Hancock wrote to the Delaware General Assembly in 1776 has been donated to the Delaware Public Archives by Newark resident Robert Barnes.
The public is invited to join Governor Markell in commemorating Black History Month in Delaware at an event on Thursday, Feb. 2 in Dover and to view a special photo exhibit which helps tell the story of the African-American educational journey in Delaware.
Date Posted: Wednesday, December 28th, 2011
Categories: Department of State
Over 2,000 images of Delaware life in the 1920s and 1930s are now only a couple of clicks away, thanks to an initiative by the Delaware Public Archives (DPA) to digitize its entire Board of Agriculture glass negative collection.
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