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The area now known as Wilmington was settled by the Lenape (or Delaware Indian) band led by Sachem (Chief) Mattahorn just before ...

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The role of History of Wilmington, Delaware in the history of the United States of America.

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The City of Wilmington, like most eastern cities, has been evolving for over 350 years. After periods of Swedish (1638), then Dutch (1655), then British (1664) ...

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While Wilmington is a center for innovation with the largest downtown in Delaware, the Brandywine Valley is elegant countryside, making our region special.

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Wilmington: Wilmington, largest city in Delaware, U.S., and seat of New Castle ... the industrial history along the Brandywine; and the Delaware Art Museum, ...

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Experience. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Art, Culture, Food and History .... Horse jumping event at Point-to-Point at Winterthur in Wilmington, Delaware.

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Apr 9, 2009 ... "Wilmington - In the Middle of it All" is a joint production of the City Council and the Mayor's office in Wilmington, DE. This segment, hosted by ...

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Downtown Visions History. In 1994, the State of Delaware and City of Wilmington granted Downtown Visions a charter for the management of the “Business ...

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In 1995, a Governor's task force created the Riverfront Development Corporation of Delaware (RDC) to oversee the futures of the Brandywine and Christina ...