Woodburn, the Governor's Mansion in Dover. This has been the official home of Delaware's Governors since 1965. Built in 1790 and is believed to have been a stop on the underground railroad where runaway slaves stoped on their way to freedom in the North prior to the Civil War.
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Legislative Hall/Capitol Legislative Hall/Capitol Old State House
Governors Mansion Ebright Azmuth, Delaware's highest point Block and Quill Statue in Constitution Park,  Dover Golden Fleece Tavern site
Grave of Caesar Rodney, Dover Ceasar Rodney home site, Dover George Read gravesite The John Dickenson Plantation, Dover
The Battle of Cooch's Bridge monument Delaware Public Archives, Dover United States Air Force Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover United States Air Force Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover
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Capital : Dover
Highest point : Ebright Azimuth, 448 feet
Area : 2,489 square miles, 49th largest state
Population : 783,600 (2000 US Census)
Motto : Liberty and independence
Admitted to Union : December 7, 1787
State Song : "Our Delaware"
State Bird : Blue hen chicken
State Flower : Peach blossom
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