NARROWSBURG—The non-profit history education group, The Delaware Company, which operates Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History in Narrowsburg, NY is looking for a few good men—and women. The Delaware Company is now hiring costumed interpreters for seasonal employment at Fort Delaware for about 32 hours per week from April thru October. An educational background in […]
“A Divided Settlement” Exhibit-in-Progress Garners Funding RICHMOND HILL, GA— The Barryville-based non-profit history education group, The Delaware Company is among the recipients of the 2023 Preserving America Grants awarded by Americana Corner. The grant will be used to help fund a permanent exhibit at Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History in Narrowsburg, which is operated […]
BARRYVILLE — On November 13, 2012, the non-profit history education group, The Delaware Company of NY was officially incorporated. Originally formed by a small group of men and women dedicated to promoting and supporting the history and historic landmarks of the Upper Delaware River Valley and beyond, The Delaware Company has been actively doing just […]
NARROWSBURG — Due to the efforts of The Delaware Company and many volunteers, Saturday’s revival of activities at Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History was a great success. It attracted over 120 people, and enhanced the colonial vibe of the stockaded settlement. Basking in the sun that was a welcome change from recent rains, even […]
Fort Delaware reopens for a day, to mark a momentous day NARROWSBURG, NY — The call went out: come hear the news. The residents clustered around a wagon, on which stood the visitor—a town crier, bringing word from the Continental Congress, who unrolled a long scroll and began to read. This was, of course, July […]
About 30 people recently braved the chilly temperatures to learn a little more about Hurleyville and Sullivan County history. County Historian John Conway narrated the hike along the two miles of paved Rail Trail, once part of the O & W Railway, heading east from Hurleyville toward Ferndale, and now open for recreational use. The […]
Another piece of history has been conserved in Barryville, this time in the front yard of Matthew and Leslie Smith, whose house overlooks the Delaware River. On Saturday, June 12, Town of Highland Co-Historian Debra Conway and Sullivan County Historian John Conway thanked the Smiths as a new historic marker was dedicated, remembering the former […]
The Kate Project was created by historian Debra Conway to pay respect to the D&H Canal by bringing back a forgotten story. The Kate Project will work to educate people on the deep roots of the canal and the importance of its history.