Media Releases - For additional information, please call (302) 655-7161.

2017 -

George Read II House Designated a National Historic Landmark

Reconsidering Roots, 2017

 


2016 -

Almost as Fast As Birds Can Fly

Remembering Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott

Delaware Historical Society Announces New Trustees

Bending Toward Justice: The Voting Rights Act and the Transformation of American Democracy featuring Dr. Gary May

Delaware Historical Society Grand Opening

Delaware History Museum and Center for African American Heritage Grand Opening Set for October 1st

Top Delaware Students Earn Honors at 2016 National History Day Contest

Untapped History Series Continues on July 15 with On the Town

Contemporary History Series Program Set for Immigrant Heritage Month

Delaware Students Advancing to 2016 National History Day Contest

Untapped History Series Kicks Off on May 20 with Game Night

Historically Significant World War II Collection Now Available Online to Commemorate V-E Day on May 8

Delaware Students Challenged to Explore History in National History Contest

Delaware Historical Society's Contemporary History Series to Tackle "The Conversation About 'The Conversation' About Race

Delaware Historical Society Celebrates African American History Month


2015 -

Delaware Historical Society Film Series Documenting the Stories of Prominent African American Leaders in Delaware Concludes This Month with Dr. Lozelle J. DeLuz

Century Farms Exhibition - an Evening with Artist Mark Reeve for December Art Loop

Delaware History Museum Hosts Story Time Fun Following the Wilmington Jaycees Christmas Parade

Century Farms Exhibition Coming to Wilmington

Delaware Historical Society Film Series Documenting the Stories of Prominent African American Leaders in Delaware Continues this Month with Mayor George C. Wright, Jr.

Brewing in Delaware Talk and Book Signing

Historically Significant Civil War Flag Returns to the Delaware Historical Society

The Aftermath of the American Civil War in Delaware: A Lecture

The Circle of Elders Conversations with Historical Trail Blazers to Feature Dr. James Newton

Museum Day Live!

Delaware History Makers Award Dinner Media Advisory

Delaware Historical Society Film Series Documenting the Stories of Prominent African American Leaders in Delaware Continues this Month

The Gentleman's House in the British Atlantic World, 1680-1780, Lecture and Book Signing

Delaware Students Earn Honors at National History Day Contest

Forging Faith, Building Freedom: African American Faith Experiences in Delaware, 1800-1980 Program at the Star Hill AME Church and Museum

The Delaware Historical Society’s 2015 Delaware History Makers Award to Recognize The Honorable Michael N. Castle and Noted Civil Rights Attorney Bryan Stevenson

Delaware Historical Society's Chief Curator Named as the Delaware Museum Association's 2015 Delaware Diamond

Voices of the Elders: Stories of African Americans in Delaware film series continues with the story of Esthelda Parker Selby

Delaware Historical Society to Host a Panel Exploring Contemporary Food Issues from the Farm to the Table

Book Launch Celebration for Forging Faith, Building Freedom: African American Faith Experiences in Delaware, 1800-1980, February 28, 2015

Delaware Historical Society Honors Dr. Eugene McGowan

Voices of the Elders: Stories of African Americans in Delaware new documentary film series debuts with the story of Dr. Joseph E. Johnson


2014 -

The Civil Rights Movement in Delaware: Its History - Its Legacy - Symposium, October 2 and 3, 2014

Civil War Flag Conservation Project

Special Program: Coming to America: Our Delaware Immigration Story

Sesquicentennial Campaign: Ensuring the Future for Delaware's Past

Press Release - Delaware Historical Society Sesquicentennial Campaign

Renderings - Delaware Historical Society Downtown Wilmington Campus Capital Improvement Project

For additional information or high resolution images, please contact the Society at (302) 655-7161.  Thank you.


History Day Announcement, July 2014


2013 -

Forging Faith, Building Freedom, September 2013

 

 

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