For one week in October, museums, such as the Calvin B. Taylor House Museum, and historic sites throughout Worcester County will pull out all the stops to share with visitors the rich and complex history of the region
Written by Ian PostPhotography and imagery courtesy Worcester County Museums Consortium
Thousands of years ago, Native Americans from Algonquin tribes,
Brothers Rick and Rob Danzi possesses an amazing collection of vehicles, but the Army veterans’ assortment of military Jeeps hold particular significance
Story by Joe Willey | Photography by Grant L. Gursky
Iconic objects are more than the sum of their parts. They capture the birth of an era and the spirit of struggle, survival and adventure.
In honor of Delaware’s forgotten heroes of Pearl Harbor, Fort Miles unveils its Oil Still Bleeds exhibit, and in doing so, brings the stories of 23 first state service members stationed on the island, as well as those of local female and African American WWII soldiers, back to life
Story by Heidi Nasstrom Evans | Photography courtesy Horizon Philanthropic Service
Fort Miles was built as a coastal defense against German naval attacks during the early days of World War II.
Legendary Spanish shipwrecks off the coast of Assateague Island have produced mysteries, death, treasure, connection to its famous horses and even a landmark international legal battle that reached the U.S. Supreme Court
Story by Ian Post | Assateague Artifact Photography by Marci Ryan
Just off the coast of Assateague Island, historic shipwrecks have left behind rare remnants of the past.