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Nabb Research Center General Resources - People & Cultures

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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.

* Uniquely Delmarva
      Nicknames, dialects, and customs unique to the Eastern Shore.





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