Cooch's Bridge Battlefield & Delaware Resources
By Sarah Lane
Jan 27, 2005, 14:37

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Cooch’s Bridge Battlefield - Resources

Cooch’s Bridge, DE
About 700 American troops including a select group of 100 marksmen under General William Maxwell set up a classical ambush at Cooch’s Bridge. View an image and read more about the marker.
Source:       Revolutionary Day

Preservation of the Cooch’s Bridge Battlefield
Scene of Battle of Cooch's Bridge, Sept. 3, 1777. Only Revolutionary War battle fought in Delaware. Tradition holds that the new 13-star flag, the Stars and Stripes, was first unfurled during action.
Source:       Ralph Nelson, Historian for the Delaware Society of the SAR

Delaware Resources

Delaware Monuments & Memorials
From the University of Delaware Library Post Card Collection comes this group of 62 records of Monuments and Memorials, a lot of them in color. See both the front and back of these vintage cards and get a description of each image.
Source:       University of Delaware Library

Delaware’s Historical Attractions
This is a huge list of all of the historical attractions that Delaware has to offer. Get contact information and descriptions of museums, historical homes, art centers, churches, parks, lighthouses, gardens, and special exhibits.
Source:       Delaware Tourism Office

Delaware - First State, Online
Whether you’re searching for residential information, business materials, state employee or government resources, or just visiting, Delaware’s government website is ‘where it’s at.’

Delaware Monuments Directory
See what Monuments are located in Delaware or add your own website to the list.

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