Shepherdstown, West Virginia

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, splitting the Jefferson student body. - Shepherd University Rams Shepherdstown (Shepherdstown, West Virginia) West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference - '''Mechlenberg Heights''' is an unincorporated community in Jefferson County (Jefferson County, West Virginia), West Virginia, USA. Mechlenberg Heights lies to the west of Shepherdstown (Shepherdstown, West Virginia) along West Virginia Route 45. The collection covers all aspects


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of the canal into the Ohio valley. *''Because They Thought He Was'' is a sculpture by Consuelo Echeverria. It is a life size depiction of the incident made from forged steel auto parts. *In 1998, a play based on the case, Cherylene Lee's ''Carry the Tiger to the Mountain'', was performed at the Contemporary American Theater Festival in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. '''Mechlenberg Heights''' is an unincorporated community in Jefferson County (Jefferson County, West Virginia), West Virginia, USA. Mechlenberg Heights lies to the west of Shepherdstown (Shepherdstown, West Virginia) along West Virginia Route 45. The collection covers all aspects of West Virginia history from the formation of the state during the American Civil War, its political development, and its economic and industrial heritage. Contained in its Civil War collection are numerous journals from soldiers, personal papers from many of the states early politicians, and a rare 35-star American Flag, one of only 5 known to still exist. This flag is traditionally thought to have been carried to West Virginia by soldiers returning to Shepherdstown (Shepherdstown, West Virginia) from the Battle of Gettysburg.


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between Israel and Syria where both sides were urged to make the hard choices needed to end a half-century of conflict. http: telaviv.usembassy.gov publish peace archives 2000 january me0103c.html In 2012 the town celebrated its 250th Anniversary. Currently At present, many of the town's historical buildings on German Street are home to shops and cafés. The town is also home to many local artistic and theatrical groups, many of which are affiliated


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, and dozens of nieces, nephews and grandchildren. A large number of people rightfully claim descendancy from Thomas Shepherd. Sites on the National Register of Historic Places class "wikitable" - ! Site ! Year Built ! Address ! Listed - Boidstones Place (Greenbrakes Farm) Shepherd Grade 1999 - Cold Spring (Cold Spring (Shepherdstown, West Virginia)) 1793 CR 17 1973 - Elmwood (Elmwood (Shepherdstown, West Virginia)) 1797 CR 17 1973


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of the canal into the Ohio valley. *''Because They Thought He Was'' is a sculpture by Consuelo Echeverria. It is a life size depiction of the incident made from forged steel auto parts. *In 1998, a play based on the case, Cherylene Lee's ''Carry the Tiger to the Mountain'', was performed at the Contemporary American Theater Festival in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. '''Mechlenberg Heights''' is an unincorporated community in Jefferson County (Jefferson County, West Virginia), West Virginia, USA. Mechlenberg Heights lies to the west of Shepherdstown (Shepherdstown, West Virginia) along West Virginia Route 45. The collection covers all aspects of West Virginia history from the formation of the state during the American Civil War, its political development, and its economic and industrial heritage. Contained in its Civil War collection are numerous journals from soldiers, personal papers from many of the states early politicians, and a rare 35-star American Flag, one of only 5 known to still exist. This flag is traditionally thought to have been carried to West Virginia by soldiers returning to Shepherdstown (Shepherdstown, West Virginia) from the Battle of Gettysburg.


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;U.S. Corps of Tophographical Engineers In 1829 John Abert was promoted to the leadership of the corps. Officers working under him were responsible for the exploration and mapping of the lands west of the Mississippi River. He was elected an Associate Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1845.


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between Israel and Syria where both sides were urged to make the hard choices needed to end a half-century of conflict. http: telaviv.usembassy.gov publish peace archives 2000 january me0103c.html In 2012 the town celebrated its 250th Anniversary. Currently At present, many of the town's historical buildings on German Street are home to shops and cafés. The town is also home to many local artistic and theatrical groups, many of which are affiliated


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'''Mechlenberg Heights''' is an unincorporated community in Jefferson County (Jefferson County, West Virginia), West Virginia, USA. Mechlenberg Heights lies to the west of Shepherdstown (Shepherdstown, West Virginia) along West Virginia Route 45. The collection covers all aspects of West Virginia history from the formation of the state during the American Civil War, its political development, and its economic and industrial heritage. Contained in its Civil War collection are numerous journals from soldiers, personal papers from many of the states early politicians, and a rare 35-star American Flag, one of only 5 known to still exist. This flag is traditionally thought to have been carried to West Virginia by soldiers returning to Shepherdstown (Shepherdstown, West Virginia) from the Battle of Gettysburg.


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of the canal into the Ohio valley. *''Because They Thought He Was'' is a sculpture by Consuelo Echeverria. It is a life size depiction of the incident made from forged steel auto parts. *In 1998, a play based on the case, Cherylene Lee's ''Carry the Tiger to the Mountain'', was performed at the Contemporary American Theater Festival in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.


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Overview of the Battle of Antietam. Near the town of Sharpsburg, Lee deployed his available forces behind Antietam Creek along a low ridge, starting on September 15. While it was an effective defensive position, it was not an impregnable one. The terrain provided excellent cover for infantrymen, with rail and stone fences, outcroppings of limestone, and little hollows and swales (wikt:swale). The creek to their front was only a minor barrier, ranging from 60 to 100 feet (18–30 m) in width

Shepherdstown, West Virginia

'''Shepherdstown''' is a town in Jefferson County (Jefferson County, West Virginia), West Virginia, United States, located along the Potomac River. It is arguably the oldest town in the state, chartered in 1762 by Colonial Virginia's General Assembly (Virginia General Assembly). This status is contested only by Romney (Romney, West Virginia), which was chartered in the same year.

The town's population was 1,734 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census). The town is home to Shepherd University. thumb 250px right View eastward down German Street. (Image:Shepherdstown.jpg) thumb 250px right Shepherdstown Bridge over the Potomac River, viewed from the Maryland side, with the bed of the C&O Canal visible in the foreground. (Image:Shepherdstown Bridge.JPG)

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