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Heritage Commission Book of the Week: Colonial Delaware by John A. Munroe

Delaware Public Archives | Date Posted: Tuesday, March 15, 2022



Delaware’s History stretches back almost four hundred years, with its first European settlers landing long before it became the First State. By the time the American Revolution ended, Delaware had been ruled by three different kingdoms and had endured several major conflicts. In “Colonial Delaware: A History”, John A. Munroe examines Delaware’s rich history, from the rivalry between New Sweden and New Netherlands to the birth of American independence.

– by John A. Munroe

 

You can view and/or download a PDF version of this book here.

 

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Heritage Commission Book of the Week: Colonial Delaware by John A. Munroe

Delaware Public Archives | Date Posted: Tuesday, March 15, 2022



Delaware’s History stretches back almost four hundred years, with its first European settlers landing long before it became the First State. By the time the American Revolution ended, Delaware had been ruled by three different kingdoms and had endured several major conflicts. In “Colonial Delaware: A History”, John A. Munroe examines Delaware’s rich history, from the rivalry between New Sweden and New Netherlands to the birth of American independence.

– by John A. Munroe

 

You can view and/or download a PDF version of this book here.

 

Find out more about the Delaware Heritage Commission here.

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