Written on: November 25th, 2013 in News
Responsibilities will include maintaining, repairing and preserving the nearly 90 structures administered by the division.
Public interest continues for British warship that sank off the Delaware coast on May 25, 1798.
Working at the state’s museums, these employees help bring Delaware history to life.
Craig Lukezic to discuss Fort Casimir, established by the Dutch in 1651 in what is now New Castle, Del.
By Alice Guerrant It’s important every so often to step back and evaluate what you’ve done so that you can see if you need to change something. Every five years, the State Historic Preservation Office leads the effort to produce a new statewide historic preservation plan. This is our chance as historic preservationists to ask […]
Welcome to the official blog of Delaware’s Division of Historical & Cultural Affairs. This inaugural post is a special milestone in the division’s current “Point and Click” initiative, which aims to make the division and its holdings more accessible to the public. Having as much concern for the future as we do for the past, […]