The Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs has recently released “Preserving Our Past for a Better Future: Delaware’s Historic Preservation Plan, 2013–2017.”
Governor Jack Markell presented the Governor’s Heritage Award to former Delaware Supreme Court Justice and Secretary of State William T. Quillen at a ceremony on Wednesday at the Delaware Public Archives in Dover.
A letter that John Hancock wrote to the Delaware General Assembly in 1776 has been donated to the Delaware Public Archives by Newark resident Robert Barnes.
Appearing in Delaware for the first time in three years, Delaware’s copy of the Bill of Rights is now on display in the Charter Room of the Delaware Public Archives. The document will be on display until July 2, 2012.
Join aircraft recovery expert Richard E. Gillespie as he presents his program “What Really Happened to Amelia Earhart?” on March 3 at the Delaware Public Archives in Dover. A former accident investigator and risk manager for the aviation insurance industry, Gillespie is the author of the book Finding Amelia – The True Story of the Earhart Disappearance.