by Dave Kenton

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Milford, Delaware, is a unique town in the heart of southern Delaware with one foot in Kent County and the other in Sussex County. Location is a major thread of success for Milford-it is within 100 miles of Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and Baltimore and only a short 25-minute drive to the Delaware beaches. Greater Milford offers a rare blend of relaxed rural life and progressive, modern convenience. The historic district, riverfront greenway, and civic-minded residents lend a charm to Milford not found in every small town.

Visit Milford of days gone by and glimpse the early English settlers who would shape tracts of land into a promising town. See how the area once called "Saw Mill Range" evolved from primitive woodlands into the commercial center known as Milford. Distinguish all the enterprising leaders who made Milford a thriving town with their innovations like canning and fruit drying and shipbuilding. The Mispillion River, Marshall's Mill, Milford Chronicle, Calvary Church, Slaughter Beach Hotel, Cedar Neck, the Levin Crapper Mansion built in 1763, Purity Row, along with the people, businesses, and events presented in this photographic celebration showcase what makes Milford an exceptional place to live and prosper.

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ISBN-13: 9781439629147
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date: 02/25/2002
Series: Images of America Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 128
File size: 60 MB
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About the Author

In Milford, Delaware, author Dave Kenton has collected images from the Milford Commission on Landmarks and Museums and the Milford Historical Society to showcase the spirit of a remarkable community. Kenton is commissioner of the Milford Museum and former president of the Milford Historical Society, and a realtor in Rehobeth, Delaware. This pictorial collection invites readers to view the rich heritage of the town, its way of life, and its people.

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