Explore the state of Delaware
The home of John Dickinson in Dover, Delaware, was one of the founding fathers of the United States, signer of the Constitution and "Penman of the Revolution." The Plantation features Dickinson's original 1740 brick home, reconstructed farm buildings and log dwelling, surrounded by rich agricultural lands stretching down to the banks of the St. Jones River.
Learn all about the slaves who used to live on the John Dickinson Plantation. Track their journey from enslavement to freedom. View Details
Learn what life was like as a slave at the John Dickinson Plantation. View Details