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History Matters digs into the Delaware Historical Society’s archives each month to explore connections between key people, places, and events in history and present-day news.

March’s History Matters looks at the life and legacy of Thelma Young, a woman who helped to pave the way for women and African Americans in Delaware.

Mayor Dennis Williams and other city officials hosted the official rededication ceremony at the renovated Peter Spencer Plaza in Wilmington this morning.

The city spent almost a million dollars upgrading the plaza, which was named for the 19th-century African American leader commonly known as the father of the independent black church movement.

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History Matters digs into the Delaware Historical Society’s archives each month to explore connections between key people, places, and events in history and present-day news.

February’s History Matters examines an item offering new insight into Delaware State University’s past.

History Matters digs into the Delaware Historical Society’s archives each month to explore connections between key people, places, and events in history and present-day news.

January’s History Matters visits the David Sarnoff Library collection at the Hagley Museum and Library to examine one man's impact on communication technology.

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History Matters digs into the Delaware Historical Society’s archives each month to explore connections between key people, places, and events in history and present-day news.

This month’s History Matters visits the Delaware Historical Society's exhibit "Forging Faith, Building Freedom: African American Faith Experiences in Delaware."

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History Matters digs into the Delaware Historical Society’s archives each month to explore connections between key people, places, and events in history and present-day news.

August’s History Matters visits the Legacy of Currier and Ives exhibit currently on display at the Biggs Museum of American Art in Dover.

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History Matters digs into the Delaware Historical Society’s archives each month to explore connections between key people, places, and events in history and present-day news.

July’s History Matters examines the history of the Rehoboth Art League and the historic Peter Marsh House that it occupies.

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History Matters digs into the Delaware Historical Society’s archives each month to explore connections between key people, places, and events in history and present-day news.

June’s History Matters explores the history of the Wilmington's Old Town Hall and its role within the city.

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History Matters digs into the Delaware Historical Society’s archives each month to explore connections between key people, places, and events in history and present-day news.

April’s History Matters focuses on the John Dickinson Plantation, the Delaware home to a signer of the Constitution.

History Matters digs into the Delaware Historical Society’s archives each month to explore connections between key people, places, and events in history and present-day news.

"Woman must not accept; she must challenge. She must not be awed by that which has been built up around her; she must reverence that woman in her which struggles for expression." - Margaret Sanger

In honor of Women’s History month, The March edition of History Matters is a two-part installment featuring the often-overlooked stories of some important Delaware women.

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