To commemorate the 250th anniversary of the publication of his “Letters From a Pennsylvania Farmer” and the role John Dickinson played in setting the stage for the American Revolution, the Delaware Department of State has launched a new website, de.gov/johndickinson, and a slate of special programming to take place over the coming months.
Date Posted: Friday, June 30th, 2017
Categories: Delaware Public Archives
Celebrate the 4th with Dover, DE’s unique history! The First State Heritage Park has events planned all day long including a historic Dover scavenger hunt, moon bounces, pony rides, petting zoo, an Old-Fashioned Parade, live music, food and of course… fireworks at 9:20pm. The First State Heritage Park will have programs running on The Green and […]
Pickett’s Charge Program at the Delaware Public Archives on July 1st 2017 @ 10:30 am. from the Cape Gazette | Lewes, DE After two years of war and several days of hard fighting on the Union flanks around the town of Gettysburg, Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee believed that a concerted attack upon the troops […]
For Immediate Release Wilmington, DE (March 21, 2017) – Identical twins Al Mills and Nnamdi Chukwuocha are social workers, award-winning spoken word poets, and community activists. They were appointed as the Delaware Poets Laureate by former Governor Jack Markell in December 2015. The appointment marks the first time in the history of the position that […]
The Delaware Public Archives will celebrate African-American History Month with guests Governor John Carney and Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester on Monday, February 13.
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