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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 ...

www.u-s-history.com/pages/h2279.html

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

www.wilmingtonde.gov/about-us/about-the-city-of-wilmington/city-history

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) ...

www.visitwilmingtonde.com/about-the-area/area-overview/historical-facts

Learn about the history of the Greater Wilmington region and about the Swedish, ... Facts and other notable information about Greater Wilmington, Delaware

www.visitwilmingtonde.com/about-the-area/area-overview/history

You can find out about the history of settlements in the Delaware Valley and the first events that led to the founding of Wilmington and Delaware.

www.visitwilmingtonde.com/about-the-area/area-overview/famous-firsts

Wilmington is famous for setting trends, including being the first state to ratify the US Constitution, the first to pave a highway across the state, and more.

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Wilmington is the largest city in the state of Delaware and is located at the confluence of the Christina River and Brandywine Creek, near where the Christina ...

www.dehistory.org

The Delaware Historical Society continues to make history all year long - click ... at Barratt's Chapel in Kent County, Delaware just north of the town of Frederica.

history.delaware.gov/pdfs/historyFortChristina.pdf

A brief history of Fort Christina. • In 1638, Swedish and Finnish colonists from the ships Kalmar Nyckel and Fogel Grip established a timber and earth fort along ...