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Nanticoke Indian Museum, Millsboro

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  • Cost to much for what little you can see, it's only about 2-3 rooms, don't waste your time or money!  more »
  • Nice place to visit and see all the Indian artifacts. Arrow heads, bows, war armament and a beautiful outdoor setup that your sure to enjoy. Beautiful Fox and other animals. A trip back to yesteryear ...  more »
  • This museum has mostly artifacts from the local Nanticoke tribe (which still has community events) as well as some items from other tribes. It's basically two rooms with a variety of items of varied i...  more »
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  • Wonderful visit with Sterling Street at the museum. Learned things that I would have never known had I not visited. Anyone else know about the trail of tears?
  • Very informative. So much to learn about the Nanticoke, and other American Indians, in Delaware . more than worth the time to visit.
  • Great experience learning about the Nanticoke people dating back to at least 16,000 years. They have inhabited the eastern shore of Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia as well as other areas in the region. Sterling Street and June Robbins do an excellent job telling the history and showing some of the artifacts on display. The museum staff is also willing to travel and do informational sessions to schools, businesses, and other organizations interested in the rich history of the Nanticoke people.
  • It was a great experience. Far more Native American artifacts than I thought the small museum would have. Two very informed curators who answer all my questions. Worth the time if you are interested in local and Native American history.
  • Very informative and enjoyable