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Primary Sources for Delmarva
Census, court & probate records, vital statistics, wills, etc.
Delmarva's First Inhabitants
The historical Native Americans of the Delmarva peninsula.
European Settlers and Colonists
The first Europeans to settle and colonize the Delmarva area.
African-Americans on Delmarva
The African-American experience on the Delmarva peninsula.
Women of Delmarva
The lives and lifestyles of historic Eastern Shore women.
Revolutionaries - 18th century
Delmarvans during the Revolutionary era and Early Republic.
Brother Against Brother
The American Civil War comes to Maryland, Virginia, Delaware.
Early 20th Century
Prohibition, suffrage, New Deal, and agriculture on Delmarva.
The World Wars
From the WWI & WWII front lines to the Delmarva homefront.
Nicknames, dialects, and customs unique to the Eastern Shore.
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