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  • A brief History of New Castle County(82 clicks)
  • A Period of Growth and Change(71 clicks)
    Examining the 17th Century through the documents of the Delaware Public Archives
  • Delaware Historical Society(76 clicks)
  • Delaware State Museums(80 clicks)
    Useful site
  • Henry Hudson and Delaware Bay(69 clicks)
    Cover of: A historical inquiry concerning Henry Hudson, his friends, relatives and early life, his connection with the Muscovy company and discovery of Delaware Bay by John Meredith Read A historical inquiry concerning Henry Hudson, his friends, relatives a ... John Meredith Read A historical inquiry concerning Henry Hudson, his friends, relatives a ... Close A historical inquiry concerning Henry Hudson, his friends, relatives and early life, his connection with the Muscovy company and discovery of Delaware Bay by John Meredith Read Manage Covers Book Covers Close * Add * Manage A historical inquiry concerning Henry Hudson, his friends, relatives and early life, his connection with the Muscovy company and discovery of Delaware Bay by John Meredith Read, jr. Published 1866 by J. Munsell in Albany.
  • Historical Markers(69 clicks)
    From the The Delaware Public Archives.
  • Jackson and Sharp Photo Exhibit(64 clicks)
    " The Jackson and Sharp Photograph Collection contains roughly 8,500 glass negatives, film negatives, and prints dating from 1869-1946. To document construction of its cars and ships, Jackson and Sharp had each photographed, and in 1950-1951, the American Car and Foundry Company donated many of the negatives to the Delaware Public Archives. The 3,715 prints are arranged alphabetically by type of car, ship or item and thereunder chronologically by date of manufacture."
  • USA - "Captured in Time: A Photographic History of Delaware"(83 clicks)
    "Consisting of over 500,000 photographs, the collection ranges in time from the mid-19th century to the present. Included in this collection are photographs of street scenes, civic organizations, individuals, churches, houses, businesses, industries, construction projects, ships, railroad cars and many other topics and interests. This project will provide access to a sampling of these photographs to the ever-growing audience on the worldwide web. While the initial focus will be on the pictorial history of local communities in the First State, the project will also include special features that will be changed periodically. To begin this project, we have chosen the communities of Bethany Beach, Rehoboth Beach, Wilmington, Dover, Milford, and Newark. More communities will be added as the project continues."