Delaware became a state just two months after signing the Declaration of Independance, in 1776. It was the first of the 13 colonies to become a state, and thereby, the nickname "The first state". From its inception, Delaware has been known to stand for liberty, and has a strong history from its people, being ready to defend their freedom, at any cost. The state symbols, nicknames and mottos, show how the people of this state played an integral part, in forming the United States and maintaining its freedom.
While the history of the Ku Klux Klan in Delaware is irratic, there have always been people in the state with a like mind, for freedom, liberty and the preservation of Christianity and the white race. The people in this state are fiercely independant and courageous and many of them see that this country is heading away from the values taught in the Bible, and want to return to the morals and standards that made their state and this country once great. We have members throughout this region and state. If you would like more information on joining, or simply are curious about who we are and what we stand for, please contact us today!