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Landowner and tenant opportunity in seventeenth century central Delaware

Landowner and tenant opportunity in seventeenth century central Delaware

final archaeological investigations at the Richard Whitehart (7K-C-203C) and John Powell (7K-C-203H) plantations, State Route 1 Corridor, Kent County, Delaware

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Published by Delaware Dept. of Transportation] in [Dover, Del.? .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kent County (Del.),
  • Richard Whitehart Plantation Site (Del.),
  • John Powell Plantation Site (Del.),
  • Delaware,
  • Kent County.,
  • Kent County
    • Subjects:
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Delaware -- Kent County.,
    • Agriculture -- Delaware -- Kent County -- History -- 17th century.,
    • Plantation life -- Delaware -- Kent County -- History -- 17th century.,
    • Kent County (Del.) -- Antiquities.,
    • Richard Whitehart Plantation Site (Del.),
    • John Powell Plantation Site (Del.)

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesFinal archaeological investigations at the Richard Whitehart (7K-C-203C) and John Powell (7K-C-203H) plantations, State Route 1 Corridor, Kent County, Delaware
      Statementby David J. Grettler ... [et al.].
      SeriesDelDOT archeology series ;, no. 127
      ContributionsGrettler, David J., Delaware. Dept. of Transportation. Division of Planning. Location and Environmental Studies Office., Delaware. State Historic Preservation Office., United States. Federal Highway Administration., Delaware. Dept. of Transportation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF172.K3 L36 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 202 p., [2] folded leaves :
      Number of Pages202
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL632927M
      LC Control Number96621003
      OCLC/WorldCa33987018

      The Delaware Public Archives is the official repository of Delaware's historical public records from state, county, and local government. Dating from to the current year, these records consist of minutes, reports, correspondence, probate files, deeds, court records, tax records, photographs, maps, drawings, publications, audio-visual recordings, and a great variety of other material. This was no surprise as wealthy families owned most of 17th-Century London. Some may find it surprising, though, that years and a social revolution later, many of these same families still.

      Georgia's history is integrally linked to that of the rest of the South and the rest of the nation. But as the largest state east of the Mississippi, the youngest and southernmost of the thirteen colonies, and by the most populous southern state, Georgia is in certain respects historically distinctive. Landlord-tenant relationships in Delaware are governed by two separate codes, the Residential Landlord-Tenant Code and the Mobile Home Lots and Leases Residential Landlord-Tenant Code, found beginning in Chapter 51 of Title 25 of the Delaware Code, generally applies to all private, non-commercial landlord-tenant relationships where the rental unit is not a mobile home in a mobile .

        I met Joe McGill in the summer of while I was participating in an archaeological field school in Charleston, SC in the Charles Towne Landing State Park. He brought the Slave Dwelling Project to the park and invited my fellow archaeologists-in-training and I to join him for a night onboard the park’s 17th century replica trade vessel. § Warranty by life tenant and collateral warranty. A warranty made by a tenant for life shall not, by descending or coming to a person in remainder or reversion, bar or affect that tenant’s title. A collateral warranty shall not in any case bar or affect a title not derived from the person making such warranty.


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[David J Grettler; Delaware. Department of Transportation. Division of Planning. This booklet is intended to help only with Court procedures in summary possession actions. For further information on summary possession, and for information on the substantive rights and obligations of landlords and tenants, you should consult the Residential Landlord Tenant Code (contained in Part III of Title 25 of the Delaware Code).

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