JTHG

AcronymDefinition
JTHGJourney Through Hallowed Ground
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Jones, director of communications for the JTHG Partnership, said this in a press release covering the first five videos released in 2009: "It is this exceptional partnership which was forward-thinking enough to recognize that students relate best to their peers.
All of these examples of student-produced interpretation are now to be included as part of Harpers Ferry National Historical Park's official interpretive materials, a first for the National Park System, and can be downloaded online from the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park's website, iTunes, and YouTube, as well as from the JTHG Partnership's website: www.HallowedGround.org/OfTheStudent.
In 1863, Warring founded the Shiloh Baptist Church in Alexandria, a city that lies to the east of the JTHG route.
Following the war, Warring's religious devotion and quest to improve the condition of former slaves led him to return to the Virginia Piedmont where he established four more churches and a school within JTHG counties.
Angela Stokes, director of JTHG's educational programs, has found that students who take this journey get the full picture of history by traveling through it and becoming part of it.
For more information, visit the JTHG Web site (www.hallowedground.org).