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New Castle (Del.)

LC control no.n 83220943
Geographic headingNew Castle (Del.)
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Geographic subdivision usageDelaware--New Castle
Variant(s)New Castle, Del.
Aresapa (Del.)
Cannekonkan (Del.)
Delaware Town (Del.)
Fort Casimir (Del.)
Fort Casimires (Del.)
Fort Kasimier (Del.)
Fort Trefalldigheet (Del.)
Fort Trinity (Del.)
See alsoNew Amstel
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Found inOfficial zoning map, City of New Castle, Delaware, 1980: map recto (City of New Castle, Del.)
LC data base, 9-14-83 (hdg.: New Castle, Del.)
Rand McNally comm. atlas, 1982 (New Castle, in New Castle Co.; inc.)
NUCMC data from Historical Society of Delaware for Abstracts relating to Delaware from the Municipal Archives of Amsterdam, 1625-1700 (New Amstel; later became New Castle, Del.)
Delaware place names, 1966 (New Castle was settled as an Indian village and given the name Tamakonck [no publs. in LC database]; in 1651 the Dutch estab. Fort Casimir [no publs. in LC database] and laid out first town in Delaware, calling it Santhoeck [no publs. in LC database]; this was seized by the Swedes in 1654 who used the names Quinamkot [no publs. in LC database] and Fort Trefalldigheet [no publs. in LC database]; the town was regained by the Dutch in 1655 and in 1657 name changed to New Amstel; captured by the English in 1664 and named New Castle)
GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 39°39ʹ43ʺN 075°33ʹ59ʺW)
GNIS, Aug. 19, 2010 (New Castel; New Castle County, Del.; ppl.; 393943N; 0753359W; variants: Aresapa; Cannekonkan; Delaware Town; Fort Casimir; Fort Casimires; Fort Kasimier; Fort Trefalldigheet; Fort Trinity)