Delaware is located on the mid-Atlantic coast and is named after the first Governor, 3rd Baron De La Warr. It is just 9 miles wide in places and 96 miles long. Colorful celebrations are held each September by descendants of the original Nanticoke Indians at the Nanticoke Indian Pow Wow. The entire town of Odessa has been zoned historic for its late 18th century architecture and Barratt’s Chapel is known as the Cradle of Methodism. On a lighter note, Fisher’s popcorn is a delicious caramel coated popcorn, famous the world-over.