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Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
It was declared a National Historical Park in 1963, after first becoming a National Monument in 1944. This quaint 19th century village is located where the Shenandoah River meets the Potomac River.
Harper's Ferry was the site of John Brown's abolitionist movement in 1859. Several restored 19th Century buildings now house historical museums, including the Black Voices Museum, the Civil War Museum and the John Brown Museum. Visit this historical area to learn more of its significance in American History.
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