By: David H. Pragoff School and Group Programs Team Leader Delaware Nature Society Located south of Newark near the corner of Old Baltimore Pike and Route 72, Cooch-Dayett Mills is one of the last remaining water-powered mills in Delaware and a reminder of a bygone era. Mills were a vital part of colonial society. They served […]
Written on: December 20th, 2013 in News
Division’s plans for fiscal years 2015 to 2019 reviewed; Employees, volunteers and partners honored.
Thorough understanding of green-building principles and practices a requirement for acceptance.
Program encourages students to study the U.S. Constitution.
Grant-application process to be administered by the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs’ State Historic Preservation Office.
By: Katie Goerger, Historical Interpreter Indian River Life-Saving Station Delaware Seashore State Park The Indian River Life-Saving Station is one of Delmarva’s relatively unknown gems. Situated along the coastline of southern Delaware between the Rehoboth Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, many recognize it as the hub for programs and events at Delaware Seashore State Park. […]
A spotlight on the historic Smyrna home of Delaware patriot Thomas Collins.
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.
Participate in First State Heritage Park’s 18th Century Market Fair Flickr Photo Contest in Eight Easy Steps: STEP 1 Experience history and capture some memories at the First State Heritage Park 18th Century Market Fair on November 2, 2013! STEP 2 Join the Photo Contest group on Flickr. * Make sure you […]