The Village of Delhi Clerk's Office will be closed Monday, February 19th for President's Day.

Village Historian

The Delhi Village Historian’s mission is to foster appreciation of the history of the village by providing further education, promoting access and encouraging preservation of Delhi's rich history.

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(607) 746-7841

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Stories from the Village Historian: Village & Town

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Village and Town...As The Story Is Told

"Delaware County was created by an Act of the Legislature of New York State,, March 10, 1797 from the counties of Ulster and Otsego. The Act stipulated that a "Gaol and Courthouse be erected within a distance of two miles of the confluence of the Little Delaware River and the West Branch of the Delaware River."  The County was organized May 30, 1797 at the house of Gideon Frisbee in what was then the the Town… Read More


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Gabrielle Pierce


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