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Delaware 250: Grants for Museums, Heritage Groups, and Non-Profits

Delaware 250 Grants for Museums, Heritage Groups, and Non-Profits Notice of Funding Opportunity   About Delaware 250 The year 2026 will see the United States Semiquincentennial, the commemoration of the 250th anniversary of America’s (and Delaware’s) independence. This anniversary provides an opportunity to reflect on Delaware’s unique history and its contributions over the course of […]




The State of Delaware hires 250th Anniversary Coordinator

GEARING UP FOR THE CELEBRATIONS The State of Delaware hires 250th Anniversary Coordinator The Delaware Heritage Commission and the Delaware Public Archives are pleased to announce the hiring of Ms. Margaret Hughes for the position of The State of Delaware’s 250th Anniversary Coordinator. Ms. Hughes will be responsible for communicating, coordinating, and collaborating with individuals, […]




Heritage Commission Book of the Week: The Adams Home Farm of Northwest Fork Hundred

In this monograph, Catherine Adams Masek examines the life and times of the Adams family and the farm they’ve lived on for seven generations. In fact, the farm has been continuously operated by the same family since 1862! Including original family photographs, this is an incredible story of family and tradition, through the lens of […]




Heritage Commission’s Book of the Week: The Perennial Apprentice

Delaware’s history can be found all around us, not only in textbooks, but in the buildings and homes that we live and work in. Our state’s architecture has been influenced by several hundred years of growth, development, and cultural exchange, and many of these historic buildings are still standing in our towns and communities. George […]




Heritage Commission Book of the Week: Gov. Charles L. Terry – Oral History Series

Our Oral History continues this week with its fourth installment: Governor Charles Terry. This volume was written by Ned Davis, Governor Terry’s Press Secretary, and contains a study of Governor Terry and his administration, using oral histories, interviews with members of the administration, and Davis’ personal recollections. – by Ned Davis   You can view […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Delaware Heritage Commission"

Delaware 250: Grants for Museums, Heritage Groups, and Non-Profits

Delaware 250 Grants for Museums, Heritage Groups, and Non-Profits Notice of Funding Opportunity   About Delaware 250 The year 2026 will see the United States Semiquincentennial, the commemoration of the 250th anniversary of America’s (and Delaware’s) independence. This anniversary provides an opportunity to reflect on Delaware’s unique history and its contributions over the course of […]




The State of Delaware hires 250th Anniversary Coordinator

GEARING UP FOR THE CELEBRATIONS The State of Delaware hires 250th Anniversary Coordinator The Delaware Heritage Commission and the Delaware Public Archives are pleased to announce the hiring of Ms. Margaret Hughes for the position of The State of Delaware’s 250th Anniversary Coordinator. Ms. Hughes will be responsible for communicating, coordinating, and collaborating with individuals, […]




Heritage Commission Book of the Week: The Adams Home Farm of Northwest Fork Hundred

In this monograph, Catherine Adams Masek examines the life and times of the Adams family and the farm they’ve lived on for seven generations. In fact, the farm has been continuously operated by the same family since 1862! Including original family photographs, this is an incredible story of family and tradition, through the lens of […]




Heritage Commission’s Book of the Week: The Perennial Apprentice

Delaware’s history can be found all around us, not only in textbooks, but in the buildings and homes that we live and work in. Our state’s architecture has been influenced by several hundred years of growth, development, and cultural exchange, and many of these historic buildings are still standing in our towns and communities. George […]




Heritage Commission Book of the Week: Gov. Charles L. Terry – Oral History Series

Our Oral History continues this week with its fourth installment: Governor Charles Terry. This volume was written by Ned Davis, Governor Terry’s Press Secretary, and contains a study of Governor Terry and his administration, using oral histories, interviews with members of the administration, and Davis’ personal recollections. – by Ned Davis   You can view […]