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Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media
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Wilmington will receive federal funding for a major piece of infrastructure work.
This Week on "The Green"
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Roman Battaglia
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Delaware Public Media
We don’t know how many enslaved people Founding Father John Dickinson and his family owned. But historians say, in Dickinson’s era, they were not meant to be remembered.That’s changing after the discovery of an African burial ground at the Dickinson Plantation near Dover.Delaware Public Media’s Roman Battaglia reports guided tours of the site allow visitors to reflect on the lives of those who lived and died there.