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The program known as "Of the Student, By the Student, For the Student," started in 2009 and was created through a partnership with Journey Through Hollowed Ground (JTHG) at the request of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP), in partnership with Harpers Ferry National Historical Park and Harpers Ferry Middle School.
For many years, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park has provided a variety of programs, but this is the first time the education department utilized student-created video.
(21.) Note-hook, "Heyward Shephard Memorial Wayside Text and Historic News Articles," Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Archives (Harpers Ferry, W.V.).
(53.) James Robinson, undated article, HFMN file number 1870, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park.
In this history of the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, the authors (a professor and research assistant in the U.
One of my daughters is working as a living history volunteer, just down the hill at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. John Brown's Raid took place steps from where we're sitting.
JOY OAKES, Senior Director of NPCA's Mid-Atlantic region, quoted by the Associated Press in response to a developer who dug a 2,000-foot-long trench in Harpers Ferry National Historical Park without a permit, then installed utility lines for subdivisions proposed nearby.
During a recent visit to Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, my staff and I asked Ranger David Fox to give us the "quintessential park experience." Fox, an interpretative ranger at this park for nearly two decades, did not fail us.
Among the most endangered fields are Manassas National Battlefield Park in Virginia, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park in West Virginia, Vicksburg National Military Park in Mississippi, and the various battlefields in Tennessee and Georgia that were part of the 1864 Atlanta campaign.
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, located at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers in West Virginia, Maryland, and Virginia, interprets a sweeping mosaic of significant people, events, and decisions spanning several centuries.
The land was a Civil War battle site where more than 11,000 Union troops were captured and has been targeted for inclusion in a potential future expansion of Harpers Ferry National Historical Park in West Virginia.