For all its pride and contemporary virtues, the Eastern Shore was once home to a notorious and sadistic murderer. What follows is the grisly tale of Delmarva’s darkest chapter
A true hero of Maryland and Americans nationwide, Harriet Tubman wasn’t just brave; she was resourceful, too. Read about her dangerous liberation of a slave named Tilly at the headwaters of the Nanticoke River.
Long before any serious discussion of civil rights, free blacks in Sussex County were trusted as the pilots of large ships navigating the Nanticoke River
Thanks to the vision and curating skill of Jim Blackwell, the Seaford Museum is
emerging as a destination venue for all who care about the history of the Eastern Shore