Delaware Key Ring
Delaware is the first state to join the Union after the Revolutionary War and the only state that doesn't have a national park system. However there are 500 descendants of the Nanticoke Indians that still reside in the state and celebrate their heritage with the Nanticoke Indian Po..
The City Of Wilmington
Wilmington City is located at the confluence of clear blue Christina River flowing into the Delaware River. This is the largest city in the state of Delaware in United States. Topographically, Wilmington lies at the fall line that separates the flat coastal plane from the hill..
Seal Of Delaware
This is an acrylic fridge magnet souvenir of the Seal of Delaware, United States. The Great Seal of the State of Delaware was first adopted on January 17, 1777, with the current version being adopted April 29, 2004. It contains the state coat of arms surrounded by the motto "Liberty..
A Brief History of the State Capitol's Construction
The Delaware Legislative Hall is a resplendent building located in the capital city of Dover. It is the seat of the Delaware government and houses the offices and chambers of the state's General Assembly. The Delaware State House, which is located ..
The Remarkable Delaware Memorial Bridge
The Delaware Memorial Bridge, across the Delaware River is a twin suspension toll bridge connecting Delaware in the south and New Jersey in the north. This bridge was sketched by the firm HNTB with consulting guidance from the famous engineer Othmar Ammann to ..
Kalmar Nyckel - The Settler Ship
The Kalmar Nyckel colonial ship was built by the Dutch and became famous for carrying settlers from Sweden, Holland, Germany and Finland to North America during 1638 to set up the colony of New Sweden in the Delaware region. The ship landed on the banks of the Christ..
Wilmington Rodney Square - A Piece of History
Rodney Square is a community square located at 1001 N. Market Street in downtown Wilmington in the state of Delaware, United States. The square is named after American Revolutionary leader Caesar Rodney. He was a lawyer by profession and an officer of th..
The Wilmington Trolley - Delaware's Iconic Public Transportation System
The Wilmington Trolley is a fairly new mode of transport that was introduced in Delaware's Rodney Square in December of 2002. The concept was jointly formulated by Mayor of Wilmington James M Baker and the director of Delaware T..
The Caesar Rodney Statue of Wilmington Rodney Square
The bronze statue of Caesar Rodney stands in front of the Rodney Square, located at 1001N Market Street in downtown Wilmington in the state of Delaware, United States. This statue was sculptured by James Edward Kelly in the 20th century to honor t..
The Story of the Delaware State Flag
Delaware might be one of the smallest states, but its flag is chock full of symbolism. As you can see above, the flag has a buff-colored diamond on a field of colonial blue. The coat of arms of the state of Delaware is depicted inside the diamond. Below the diamo..
Carousel Park - Mecca for Hiking
Carousel Park is located around 38 miles from Philadelphia in Northern Delaware and has been established in an open field above Enchanted Lake. The park is a great place for walking trails. The main trail also known as the Carousel Loop is a 3 mile walk around the ci..
Bayard Sharp Hall - A Symbol of Education and Learning
The University of Delaware, founded in 1743, is the largest university in Delaware, United States. This is one of the oldest universities in the nation. The main campus of Delaware University is located in Newark, Delaware; situated mid-way betw..