Highlights include activities celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, early jazz and the Avery’s Rest archaeological site.
Enjoy the season and learn about the First State’s many contributions to the history and culture of the United States.
Display explores preservation work that has been conducted since Delaware’s first permanent capitol building in Dover was restored to its original appearance in 1976.
Eleven holiday-themed activities among the programs to be offered.
Written on: November 20th, 2018 in News
Display explores the participation of women in America’s armed conflicts and their struggle to be allowed to serve in the nation’s military forces.
Lead historic-site-interpreter Gavin Malone will portray a World War I veteran discussing the differences in American society between the 1910s and the early 1920s.
Event cancelled due to anticipated heavy rain and wind.
Changes to American society in the early 20th century, grave sites of notable New Castle veterans and candle-making among topics to be explored.
Naval engagement played a decisive role in America’s victory in its struggle for independence from Great Britain.
Early 1900s music education, the life of Delaware patriot Caesar Rodney and walking tours of St. Peter’s cemetery in Lewes among topics to be explored.