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Block House

near the Robinson House
Claymont, New Castle County, Delaware, 19703
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The Block House was originally designed for defense against local Indians. It was constructed in 1654 by John Risingh, Governor of the Colony of New Sweden and is the only house remaining of original settlement on Naaman’s Creek.
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