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  • Antietam was the Bloodiest One Day Battle in American History. 23,000 soldiers were killed, wounded or missing after twelve hours of savage combat on September...

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  • Confederate and Union troops met in battle at Ball’s Bluff in 1861. A Union raiding party crossed the Potomac at Ball’s Bluff with the mission of raiding...

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  • In operation from 1776 to 1903, the Catoctin Iron Furnace was a community in itself. Founders, miners, clerks, charcoal makers, storekeepers, teamsters,...

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  • Contains exhibits, 22-minute movie and bookstore to help orient visitors to the 1863 battle.  A seven mile driving tour and several walking trails...

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  • The C&O Canal, built between 1828 and 1850, runs 184.5 miles from Georgetown, DC to Cumberland, MD and operated as a commercial waterway until 1924....

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  • The C&O Canal, built between 1828 and 1850, runs 184.5 miles from Georgetown, DC to Cumberland, MD and operated as a commercial waterway until 1924. ...

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  • The Park is known for its history and scenic beauty, as well as its 78-foot cascading waterfall (locally known as McAfee Falls) - the largest cascading...

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  • Ellwood Manor

    Fredericksburg

    William Jones built Ellwood circa 1790, and he or his descendants would own the place for the next century.  In 1825, Revolutionary War hero Marquis...

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  • The visitor center contains exhibits, a 22-minute movie and bookstore to help orient visitors to the 1862 battle.  A five-mile driving tour and several...

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  • Gambrill State Park, located west of Frederick, provides miles of hiking, biking, and horse trails with stunning overlooks of the surrounding area. A 34-campsite,...

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