The Delaware Public Archives will celebrate African-American History Month with guests Governor John Carney and Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester on Monday, February 13.
African American History Month programs among 16 special events at the museums of the State of Delaware during February 2016
Highlights of the month include programs on Paul Robeson, stories of enslaved people at the John Dickinson Plantation, and the Green Book.
“Celebrating Love and Family: ‘Finding African-American Families in Kent County—1830–1860’ ” to be presented at Dover, Del.’s Old State House on Feb. 14, 2015
Program will explore recent research that identified the names of, and cultural resources associated with, African Americans who resided in Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Del., between 1837 and 1860.
African American History Month programs to be featured at Dover, Del.’s John Dickinson Plantation in February 2015
During the month of February 2015, the home of the “Penman of the Revolution” will present five special programs that explore different aspects of everyday life as it would have been lived during the 18th century when John Dickinson owned the property.
African American History Month programs among 18 special events sponsored by the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs during February 2015
Highlights explore love and family in the African-American community.