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Lewes, Delaware

Where the Past is Present

"Here was the cradling of a State" is seen on the DeVries Monument. Here, too, was a seaport in touch with the world, the county seat of Sussex, a small town raided by pirates and bombarded by the British. Lewes was called home by six governors of Delaware and by pilots, judges, doctors, merchants, and tradesmen. " See where they lived, labored, and worshiped.

Our Book - Lantern on Lewes is available.

Architectural Beauties
The Devon Inn
Fate and Fortune
Shad Fish-"One Sunday Morning"
Visual Images -Dutch and English
Matters of Faith People Who Made A Difference
Lighthouse Lore
Military and Maritime History
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Quarantine Station


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Chamber of Commerce


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©copyright 1997 Hazel D. Brittingham
©copyright 1997James C. Ippolito