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The Kalmar Nyckel: New Discoveries

On Saturday, January 7, at 10:30 a.m. Bill Hutchison of the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation will present a program at the Delaware Public Archives focusing on how the Kalmar Nyckel operated, with special emphasis on the navigation of the vessel, and the firing of the ship’s guns. Segments of a new film about the ship will […]




Students Honored at 15th Annual Delaware Day Fourth Grade Competition Ceremony

Students from across the state gathered Saturday at the Delaware Public Archives to celebrate the winners of the 15th Annual Delaware Day Fourth Grade Competition and to be recognized for their knowledge of the First State’s influential role in crafting the United States Constitution. Students were given two months to prepare an informative four-panel display […]




ADVISORY: Students Gather for 15th Annual Delaware Day Fourth Grade Competition Ceremony

Each year, awards are given to schools with the most creative and historically accurate projects. Named in honor of Delaware’s five signers of the U. S. Constitution, the awards recognize schools in each county plus the city of Wilmington as well as a private school. Projects also are evaluated by the Delaware Division of the […]




El Gobernador Markell Presenta Premio a La Herencia al Exsecretario de Estado Edward J. Freel

El Gobernador Jack Markell honrará al exsecretario de estado Edward J. Freel con el Premio del Gobernador a la Herencia en ceremonia programada para el próximo martes 29 de noviembre en los Archivos Públicos de Delaware. Establecido en el año 2003 por la Oficina del Secretario de Estado, el Premio del Gobernador a la Herencia […]




Tracing Your Roots with “The Legal Genealogist”

On Saturday, November 5, Judy G. Russell, JD, CG CGL, known as “The Legal Genealogist” will present two programs at the Delaware Public Archives. The first presentation, at 10:30 a.m. is titled “Don’t Forget the Ladies” – A Genealogist’s Guide to Women and the Law. In early America, women were all too often the people […]







 Pages Tagged With: "archives"

The Kalmar Nyckel: New Discoveries

On Saturday, January 7, at 10:30 a.m. Bill Hutchison of the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation will present a program at the Delaware Public Archives focusing on how the Kalmar Nyckel operated, with special emphasis on the navigation of the vessel, and the firing of the ship’s guns. Segments of a new film about the ship will […]




Students Honored at 15th Annual Delaware Day Fourth Grade Competition Ceremony

Students from across the state gathered Saturday at the Delaware Public Archives to celebrate the winners of the 15th Annual Delaware Day Fourth Grade Competition and to be recognized for their knowledge of the First State’s influential role in crafting the United States Constitution. Students were given two months to prepare an informative four-panel display […]




ADVISORY: Students Gather for 15th Annual Delaware Day Fourth Grade Competition Ceremony

Each year, awards are given to schools with the most creative and historically accurate projects. Named in honor of Delaware’s five signers of the U. S. Constitution, the awards recognize schools in each county plus the city of Wilmington as well as a private school. Projects also are evaluated by the Delaware Division of the […]




El Gobernador Markell Presenta Premio a La Herencia al Exsecretario de Estado Edward J. Freel

El Gobernador Jack Markell honrará al exsecretario de estado Edward J. Freel con el Premio del Gobernador a la Herencia en ceremonia programada para el próximo martes 29 de noviembre en los Archivos Públicos de Delaware. Establecido en el año 2003 por la Oficina del Secretario de Estado, el Premio del Gobernador a la Herencia […]




Tracing Your Roots with “The Legal Genealogist”

On Saturday, November 5, Judy G. Russell, JD, CG CGL, known as “The Legal Genealogist” will present two programs at the Delaware Public Archives. The first presentation, at 10:30 a.m. is titled “Don’t Forget the Ladies” – A Genealogist’s Guide to Women and the Law. In early America, women were all too often the people […]