SEAFORD, SUSSEX , DELAWARE
AN EARLY NANTICOKE VILLAGE
Evidenceof early Indian habitation at the site where Seaford now stands was
discovered May 1, 1921, by worknen building a new bungalow for S. M. Conaway
family on Arch Street between High and Kings streets.
A human skull, believed to be that of a Nanticoke Indian, perhaps 200 years old , was
Few weeks ago, below Seaford on the Nanticoke River, a logcanoe hewn from a large
loog , was found off Wrights Wharf.
Abstract: 09.23/18 By Harrison H. from Wilmington Morning New, Monday,
May 2, 1921. for Facebook & www.emarhistory.blogsot.com