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Items associated with name 'Millsboro (De.)'

Carey Church Records

by Bowman, George A.Carey Church (1878 – 1982)

folders ( linear feet)

The Carey Church records contains information pertaining to the pastors and members of the Gumboro Circuit Parsonage in Delaware. The majority of the records detail baptisms, probationers, marriages that took place at the church from the late 1890s to the early 1900s. An alphabetical list of church members and a chronological list of pastors dating from 1883 – 1982 is present in the collection.

Associated Subjects: Religious History • Minutes (Records)
Identifier: 2018.059
Repository: Local History Archives
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Joseph Benjamin Hudson film project records

by Carey’s United Methodist ChurchWard, Donald (1980 – 1981)

1 carton (1 linear feet)

Project records of the Joseph Benjamin Hudson film document the life of one of the most well-known and longest living Delawareans, Joseph Benjamin Hudson (1874-1982) from Mission, Sussex County. Donald Ward produced the project from 1980-1981 and conducted the interview with Mr. Hudson recording how life had changed over the last 100 years. Commentary from Mr. Hudson includes early life in post-Civil War Delaware, farming and Carey’s United Methodist Camp. The interview is documented on five types of audio-visual formats as well as through a script and transcripts.

Associated Subjects: Farm Life
Identifier: 2014.169
Repository: Local History Archives
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Nanticoke Indian Pow Wow program

by Unknown (2012)

1 folder (0.01 linear feet)

Program from the September 2012, Nanticoke Indian Pow Wow held in Millsboro, Delaware. The program documents the happenings at past Pow Wows as well as heritage of the Nanticoke Indians.

Associated Subjects: Native American History
Identifier: 2015.201
Repository: Local History Archives
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Senator John J. Williams scrapbooks

by Williams, John J. (1880 – 2011)

11 oversize boxes (9.5 linear feet)

The Senator John J. Williams papers document his distinguished service as a United States Senator and his family history from Sussex County, Delaware1880-2011. Documenting materials include five scrapbooks that were compiled by Williams’ niece and former Salisbury City Council President Louise Smith document the extensive Williams family including the Senator’s parents and ten siblings through photographs, correspondence, and news clippings. In addition to the scrapbooks, national publications and audio-visual materials also contribute to the Senator’s political career and community involvement.

Associated Subjects: Williams Family
Identifier: 2013.066
Repository: Local History Archives
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