SALISBURY, MD---During the past three centuries this area has been part of three nations: first inhabited by Native Am" />
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Friday, November 18, 2005

Nabb Center Presents Tony Tank Display Through January 20

class=""MsoNormal"">SALISBURY, MD---During the past three centuries this area has been part of three nations: first inhabited by Native Americans as the Tundotank village; then owned by the Calvert family of England; and finally, confiscated as British property by the victorious American patriots.

class=""MsoNormal"">The Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture at Salisbury University explores this history in the display “And So It Grew: The Changing Landscape at Tony Tank Creek” through January 20.

class=""MsoNormal"">The display includes a chronology of the history of Tony Tank, as well as pictures, land plats and several Native American artifacts illustrating how this landscape changed over time.

class=""MsoNormal"">Admission is free and the public is invited. The Nabb Research Center is located in the Power Professional Center at the corner of Wayne and Power streets. For more information call 410.543.6312 or visit the Nabb Research Center Web site at http://nabbhistory.salisbury.edu.
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