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Baltimore Sun reporterGo here: This is where the Shenandoah meets the Potomac, where the Appalachian Trail joins the C&O Canal path, where past and present converge as well. A lot of things come together in the misty, mystic hamlet of Harpers Ferry, W.Va. - often, in its...
Historical weapons Among weapons in the display are authenticated artifacts from Little Big Horn and a Sharps carbine similar to those taken during John Brown’s raid in Harpers Ferry, Va., in 1859. Exhibit concludes Friday, June 29. Allison-Antrim...
Historical weapons Among weapons in the display are authenticated artifacts from Little Big Horn and a Sharps carbine similar to those taken during John Brown’s raid in Harpers Ferry, Va., in 1859. Exhibit continues through Friday, June 29. Allison-...
FetchToto.com EditorDAY NINE- Saturday, June 11 The Wichita Riverfest began with a bang and ended with an even bigger BANG! The last day of the Riverfest had some incredible events to end the nine day long festival. Plus, the weather this evening was perfect! The last...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County middle-school students captured slices of local history in a series of minifilms that were screened Wednesday at the Weinberg Center for the Arts in Frederick, Md. Their films explored aspects of Antietam National Battlefield and the...
The Top Five ‘Carmen’ The Hub City Opera Ensemble will present “Carmen,” the story of a dutiful soldier’s obsession with a hot-blooded woman. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 7, and Saturday, June 9. Hagerstown Community College&...
email@example.comIn the autumn of 1862, Gen. Robert E. Lee was on the move. “We cannot afford to be idle,” he wrote, and pointed his Southern Army north toward Maryland. Numbering 50,000 — not 120,000 as the enemy believed — they were, said one...
By Audrey Scanlan-Teller Special to The Herald-Mail By the time it ended in late spring of 1865, the Civil War had claimed the lives of more than 600,000 soldiers and countless civilians who suffered sickness, hunger, death, destruction and loss in...
firstname.lastname@example.orgU.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell briefly left present politics roiling on the Washington D.C. back-burner when he stopped Thursday in Centre College's Weisiger Theater to deliver the first in a series of historical lectures on prominent Kentucky senators. The...
email@example.comIn what a local tourism official said is an example of the importance of tourism to the local economy, the number of paid visitors at Antietam National Battlefield increased by 14,991 in 2010, and visitors spent more than $19 million, according to the...
A museum in Italy has resorted to burning artwork to protest cuts that its leader sees as unfair and destructive. The Casoria Contemporary Art Museum in Naples plans to burn three paintings a week to protest what is perceived as the government's war...
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