Harriet Tubman Marker

Harriet Tubman Marker Unveiled in 2014, this historic marker chronicles the Harriet Tubman-Tilly Escape where Harriet and the slave, Tilly, came south from Baltimore to Seaford […]

Hearn and Rawlins Mill

Hearn and Rawlins Mill Listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP), this site has had a mill on it since 1820. The first mill […]

Cannon-Maston House

Cannon-Maston House Constructed in 1727, and enlarged in 1733; the Cannon-Maston House is one of Sussex County’s oldest brick buildings. The house was built by Thomas […]

Ross Mansion and Plantation

Ross Mansion and Plantation This 1,389-acre property includes an 1859 Italianate-style mansion, a Gothic Revival honeymoon cottage, a historic slave quarter and a number of other […]

St. Luke’s Protestant Episcopal Church

Luke’s Protestant Episcopal Church The origin of this parish can be traced to 1704, when a log chapel known as St. Mary’s was constructed. The devastating […]
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