| 13 ha|
17 September 1974
| Both sides of Camden-Wyoming Ave. and Main St., Camden, Delaware|
Greek Revival, Italianate, Georgian
Camden Historic District Wikipedia
Camden Historic District is a national historic district located at Camden, Kent County, Delaware. It encompasses 65 contributing buildings in the crossroads community of Camden. At least 18 of the contributing buildings date between 1780 and 1820, with the remainder dated to the 19th century. Notable buildings include the Greek Revival style "Spruce Acres", Georgian style Mifflin House, the 1856 Whatcoat Methodist Church, Amity Lodge Building, Gov. George Truitt House, and a number of Italianate style dwellings.
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.