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Harpers Ferry Black History Walking Tour

Most interpretive histories of Harpers Ferry focus on the John Brown Raid, the Federal Armory, and the Civil War….

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Welcome to the Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Historic Town Foundation blog! We hope you regularly check in to learn more about…

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First Zion Restoration Initiative

We aim to protect and preserve African American heritage in our towns by rehabilitating the First Zion Baptist Church…

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Cedar Hill Cemetery Initiative

Cedar Hill Cemetery serves as the final resting place of former slaves, military veterans, and Storer College teachers and…

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Potomac Street

Potomac Street Project

The Potomac Street corridor of Harpers Ferry’s business district once suffered from limited parking, unsightly power lines, storm water…

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Renew Harpers Ferry Fire Relief Fund

On July 23, 2015, fire destroyed nine businesses and two residences in the historic commercial district of Harpers Ferry….

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Pine Grove Cemetery

Pine Grove Cemetery is an almost unknown six-acre burial ground dating to 1850, when citizens of Harpers Ferry petitioned…

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Flip Flop Festival

Flip Flop Festival

The Flip Flop Festival is an April celebration of the outdoors in the Harpers Ferry/Bolivar region and a send-off…

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Workdays

Workdays

Trail and Town Alliance sponsors workdays on local trails and other community projects.

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Hikes

Hikes

Trail and Town organizes or promotes other groups’ hikes in the Harpers Ferry/Bolivar area.

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