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“Discovering Delaware’s Maritime Past”–17th annual Chautauqua tent show to take place in Lewes, Del. from June 21–25, 2015

The First State’s essential relationship with the Delaware River and Bay, and the sea, will be brought to life in five days of family-friendly programming.




Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs to sponsor 10 special events during May 2015

Dover Days activities, the Zwaanendael Maritime Festival and the history and archaeology of the early-Colonial Delaware Valley among events to be presented.




The First State’s Dutch heritage to be featured at Lewes, Del.’s Zwaanendael Museum in April 2015

Netherlands connection stretches back in time to the state’s first European colony, Swanendael, established by the Dutch in 1631 in present-day Lewes.




Lecture/tours of the hull of the DeBraak, a shipwrecked 18th-century British warship, to return to Lewes, Del. beginning on June 1, 2015

British warship was capsized and lost off the Delaware coast on May 25, 1798.




New campground and other enhancements transform Delaware Seashore State Park

Governor Jack Markell, Federal Highway Administration Delaware Administrator Mary Ridgeway, DelDOT Secretary Jennifer Cohan, and DNREC Division of Parks & Recreation Director Ray Bivens joined other officials for a ribbon-cutting ceremony, opening the brand new North Inlet Campground and enabling the public to enjoy other new improvements at Delaware Seashore State Park.







 Pages Tagged With: "beaches"

“Discovering Delaware’s Maritime Past”–17th annual Chautauqua tent show to take place in Lewes, Del. from June 21–25, 2015

The First State’s essential relationship with the Delaware River and Bay, and the sea, will be brought to life in five days of family-friendly programming.




Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs to sponsor 10 special events during May 2015

Dover Days activities, the Zwaanendael Maritime Festival and the history and archaeology of the early-Colonial Delaware Valley among events to be presented.




The First State’s Dutch heritage to be featured at Lewes, Del.’s Zwaanendael Museum in April 2015

Netherlands connection stretches back in time to the state’s first European colony, Swanendael, established by the Dutch in 1631 in present-day Lewes.




Lecture/tours of the hull of the DeBraak, a shipwrecked 18th-century British warship, to return to Lewes, Del. beginning on June 1, 2015

British warship was capsized and lost off the Delaware coast on May 25, 1798.




New campground and other enhancements transform Delaware Seashore State Park

Governor Jack Markell, Federal Highway Administration Delaware Administrator Mary Ridgeway, DelDOT Secretary Jennifer Cohan, and DNREC Division of Parks & Recreation Director Ray Bivens joined other officials for a ribbon-cutting ceremony, opening the brand new North Inlet Campground and enabling the public to enjoy other new improvements at Delaware Seashore State Park.