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First State National Monument was established by President Barack Obama under the Antiquities Act on March 25, 2013. It is the first National Park Service unit in the state of Delaware. The monument interprets the early colonial history of Delaware and its role as the first state to ratify the Constitution. First State tells the unique story of early Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, and English settlers and their relationships with Native Americans. First State provides 1100 acres along the Brandywine where visitors can experience a virtually un-touched natural setting.

We are in the process of learning more about the monument's sites in Wilmington, New Castle and Dover and look forward to hearing from members of the public. We hope that you will share your stories, thoughts and ideas about these special places.

Your voice is important in helping to build the foundation for this new national park. Please share your thoughts with us!

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