Delaware: A Guide to the First State

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DELAWARE Compiled and Written by the Federal Writers' Project
of the Works Progress Administration ARE
A GUIDE TO THE FIRST STATE

on for the State of Delaware

AMERICAN GUIDE SERIES

ILLUSTRATED

Sponsored by Edward W. Cooch, Lieutenant Governor

THE VIKING PRESS NEW YORK

MCMXXXVIII

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Plan of This Book viii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xiii
  • Maps xvii
  • General Information xix
  • Calendar of Events xxiii
  • Part I Delaware: the General Background 1
  • Individual Aspects 3
  • Natural Setting 6
  • History 18
  • Government 56
  • Transportation 70
  • Agriculture 83
  • Industry, Commerce, and Labor 90
  • Folkways and Customs 104
  • Education 110
  • Religion 120
  • Literature 126
  • The Press 134
  • Art and Artists 136
  • The Theater 145
  • Music 150
  • Architecture 154
  • Part II Cities and Towns 165
  • Arden 167
  • Dover 176
  • Lewes 193
  • Milford 208
  • Newark 218
  • New Castle 232
  • Rehoboth 253
  • Wilmington 260
  • Part III Tours 317
  • Tour 1 319
  • Tour 1a 366
  • Tour 2 369
  • Tour2a 393
  • Tour2b 399
  • Tour 2c 403
  • Tour 3 415
  • Tour 4 418
  • Tour 5 421
  • Tour 6 423
  • Tour 6a 433
  • Tour 6b 438
  • Tour 6c 442
  • Tour 7 445
  • Tour 7a 449
  • Tour 8 451
  • Tour 9 457
  • Tour 10 466
  • Tour II 481
  • Tour 12 485
  • Tour 12a 488
  • Tour 13 490
  • Tour 14 492
  • Tour 14a 495
  • Tour 14b 498
  • Tour 15 499
  • Tour 16 510
  • Part IV Appendices 517
  • Chronology 519
  • Bibliography 530
  • Index {Italic Figures Refer to Main Descriptions.} 539
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