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RESCHEDULED: Students Gather for 16th Annual Delaware Day Fourth Grade Competition Awards

The Delaware Public Archives will host students from across the state Saturday for the culmination of the 16th Annual Delaware Day Fourth Grade Competition. (This program was postponed in December due to inclement weather)




Archaeological Discovery Writes New Chapter in Delaware’s Early Colonial History

An archaeological study years in the making has revealed a wealth of new information about some of Delaware’s earliest colonial settlers and shed new light on what life would have been like in the region three centuries ago.




ADVISORY: Delaware Archeologists and Smithsonian to Announce Major Discovery

A team of Delaware archeologists and a preeminent anthropologist from the Smithsonian Institution Wednesday will unveil new findings from a years-long study of an archeological site in the West Rehoboth area.




Debating Independence: Delaware’s John Dickinson Squares Off with Thomas Jefferson LIVE in Dover

On Sunday, Nov. 19, The Old State House will host an engaging historical dramatic production, John Dickinson and Thomas Jefferson Debate Independence: “We have called by different names brethren of the same principle,” presented by the American Historical Theatre of Philadelphia.







 Pages Tagged With: "Delaware history"

RESCHEDULED: Students Gather for 16th Annual Delaware Day Fourth Grade Competition Awards

The Delaware Public Archives will host students from across the state Saturday for the culmination of the 16th Annual Delaware Day Fourth Grade Competition. (This program was postponed in December due to inclement weather)




Archaeological Discovery Writes New Chapter in Delaware’s Early Colonial History

An archaeological study years in the making has revealed a wealth of new information about some of Delaware’s earliest colonial settlers and shed new light on what life would have been like in the region three centuries ago.




ADVISORY: Delaware Archeologists and Smithsonian to Announce Major Discovery

A team of Delaware archeologists and a preeminent anthropologist from the Smithsonian Institution Wednesday will unveil new findings from a years-long study of an archeological site in the West Rehoboth area.




Debating Independence: Delaware’s John Dickinson Squares Off with Thomas Jefferson LIVE in Dover

On Sunday, Nov. 19, The Old State House will host an engaging historical dramatic production, John Dickinson and Thomas Jefferson Debate Independence: “We have called by different names brethren of the same principle,” presented by the American Historical Theatre of Philadelphia.