Selected Library of Congress Resources for Delaware
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The extensive collections at the Library of Congress contain historic artifacts and cultural materials from across the U.S. The list below is just a sample of the many Delaware resources available for free on the Library's Web site.
Teachers can find even more primary sources, along with the tools to help use them in the classroom, at www.loc.gov/teachers. They can also search the Library's American Memory or Prints and Photographs collections.
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Wilmington, Del. 1874. H.H. Bailey & Co. artists, 1874
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State of Delaware
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The Bright Rehoboth Beach, 1874
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Port Mahon Lighthouse, c1933
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Interviewee was born in Laurel DE and continues to live there...
Old-Time Life in a Quaker Town. Harper's new monthly magazine...
Caesar Rodney was a Delaware signer of the Declaration of Independence.
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Mill on the Brandywine, Delaware, 1828
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Two News Girls, same as #1539. Edward F. Brown, Investigator.
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Migratory agricultural workers during the apple season at a camp...
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A plan of the west line or parallel of latitude, which is the boundary...
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Mabel Vernon Speaking at Suffrage Rally, May, 1916
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