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... tried and hanged two months later. That all I remember from
history class, but I didn’t remember that Harpers Ferry was the site of so much
fighting during the Civil War and passed back and forth between Union and
Confederate control numerous times. Much of the National Historical Park
focuses on the battlefields around Harpers Ferry.
The central lower town of Harpers Ferry is a lovely mix of
... and ate dinner......then..... the downpour started, and we had been told earlier that a tornado warning was issued earlier for this area, so we decided to stay at the shelter.......mainly because I am lazy, and didn't want to set up a tent in the rain....causing me to carry a wet tent tomorrow! So we get to stay inside the shelter, and listen to the storm pass over......hours later.....off the tin roof :) ....I love it! Thursday, June 12 2014 Headed out of the shelter ...
... t own property. A local businessman bought the wife and kids and put in his will that they would be freed on his death. He was one of those killed by JB in the raid which meant the wife and kids were inadvertently freed by JB!! The father then bought his own freedom. What a nice ending to a pretty horrible situation.
For Info, the 1st person killed by JB and his 'troops' was an AA working for the railroad company!!!!!!!!
As JB said ...
... to do the ride up the hill after such a long ride. When I told the girls this, they acted almost offended that their ability was being questioned, and they each insisted that riding up the hill was the only option – and they made it!
We final ended out long day – over 70 miles – at about 7pm. Thankfully Xiu had dinner ready for us, and after a unpacking and a shower everyone was ready for sleep!
... Mothers’ Day (2 months later than the UK), there were pancakes and maple syrup being served in the campground – I was there! Then it was off to Harpers Ferry – first on our bikes to the National Park, then the bikes on the front rack of the bus to the Town down a really steep hill to the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers. A canal had run parallel to the river in the past as a means of ...