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The U.S. Civil Rights movement can be said to have been advanced in Harpers Ferry, not only by the famous John Brown Raid, but through Storer College, the state’s first ...
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Is It Spring Yet?

Like you, we are eagerly waiting for the weather to improve so that we can get outside and partake in some fun activities around town. One activity you can do ...
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Delores Foster
By Dolores Jackson Foster Ms. Jackson Foster is a Foundation board member and native of Harpers Ferry. After graduating from Shepherd College (now Shepherd University), she taught at her former ...
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By Lynn Pechuekonis, Foundation Board Member If you have ever visited Cedar Hill cemetery, you may have noticed one gravestone that stands out among the gray granite and marble because ...
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Who was “OB”?

By Bonnie Zampino, Foundation Board Member Carved deeply in the white-painted wooden trim of an exterior doorway of a yellow brick house, the letters “OB” stand out in stark and ...
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‘Tis the time of year where residents of Harpers Ferry go from living in a beautiful and historic town to a life-sized Christmas snow globe (minus the snow) or a ...
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Well, not the Foundation exactly, but our own Bonnie Zampino was recognized last month in the Denison Bulletin Review based out of Crawford County, Iowa for her work identifying the ...
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Fall Happenings

We’ve been staying busy and having fun this fall thanks to cooperative weather, awesome volunteers and wonderful supporters! Most recently, on November 6, we held our Fall Festival to benefit ...
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The following post is by Jayden Hill, a Boy Scout who lives in Bolivar. He and his troop have been a great help to our Foundation by lending a helping ...
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John H. Naylor

By Bonnie Zampino, Foundation Board Member In historic Harpers Ferry, there stands an iconic yellow-brick building. Its origins go back to the 1830’s when it was built to house important ...
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