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Seaford Museum

Seaford Museum

A visit through the Seaford Museum begins with the Nanticoke Indians who used poisoned arrows and concludes with a large nylon, spinning machine that made the world’s first synthetic fibers. Exhibits on early agriculture, shipbuilding, canning, the chicken industry and railroads are also on display. The Seaford Museum includes a changing exhibit gallery, a presentation room, a general information area and a museum store.

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