Online exhibit revolves around 27 World War I posters from the collections of the State of Delaware.
By Bridget Wallace, volunteer services coordinator, Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs.
Designation encourages successful preservation programs and practices.
Events to be held at the Delaware History Museum and Friends Meeting House in Wilmington.
Five meetings to be held at locations across the state during March 2017.
New exhibit now open at Lewes, Del.’s Zwaanendael Museum.
President’s Day theatrical presentration will pit Washington and Lincoln against each other.
Program features local youth performing their own spoken-word compositions that bring to light the history of Delaware’s African-Americans and women.
Written on: January 30th, 2017 in News
Report demonstrates how the agency is helping to preserve Delaware history and how it is sharing that history with the public.
Highlights include African-American life at the John Dickinson Plantation in the 18th century, a program on jazz pianist “Fats” Waller, and a presentation on historic properties listed in the National Register since the 1980s that are significant to African-American communities throughout the state.