will be held at 10am Monday, May 31, 2021. There will be a brief service at the Deale War Memorial to honor our veterans that have made the ultimate sacrifice in War and in Peace. The public is welcome and we hope you will take a few moments to join us and remember those that have died for our freedom.
We will reopen the Deale Museum the first Sunday in June and every first Sunday of the month through October, 1-4pm. A docent will be on duty to assist you on your tour and answer questions about our local history. Follow us on Facebook for other events coming up.
Our mission is to collect preserve and exhibit documents, images, oral histories and artifacts related to the history of Deale, Maryland and the surrounding area. Our goal is to share and make accessible this history to the local community and general public.
Memberships are available at the Individual ($20), Family ($30) and Student ($15) levels. Donations in any amount are welcome and memberships and donations may be mailed to DAHS, PO Box 5, Deale, MD 20751. Checks should be made payable to Deale Area Historical Society.
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
The Deale Museum is located in the old Nutwell School building located in the Historic Village at Herrington Harbour North in Tracy's Landing Maryland.
Raffle tickets will remain available for this beautiful Green Wing Teal decoy carved and painted by local Deale craftsman, Joe Caldwell. Drawing will be rescheduled for a later date.
We are a community-based non-profit organization focused on providing access and education about the history of the Deale Community. The Chaney Family and Herrington Harbour North have provided a small piece of history at the Historic Village and allows the Society to operate the Deale Museum and be a part of that re-creation in the Nutwell Schoolhouse.