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  • Title: Hagerstown y el condado de Washington turismo - Deportes
    Descriptive info: Hagerstown y Deportes del Condado de Washington.. English.. Deportes Contactos.. Instalaciones Deportivas..

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  • Title: Hagerstown Candado de Washington CVB - Shopping
    Descriptive info: Hacer compras en el condado de Washington es una experiencia como ningún otra, desde las tiendas por departamento y de diseñadores, hasta tiendas especializadas y de antigüedades.. Todo el mundo está seguro de que encontrará algo que se ajuste a su estilo de vida.. Busqueda de Shopping.. O Busque cualquier tipo de Shopping:.. Antique.. Apparel.. Book Store.. Furniture.. Jeweler.. Shopping Center.. Specialty Shopping..

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  • Title: Hagerstown Candado de Washington CVB - Dining
    Descriptive info: No importa que es lo desea - pasteles de cangrejo hecho con suculenta masa de cangrejo fresca de la Bahía de Chesapeake, cocina casera o sabor internacional - puede encontrarlo en el Condado de Washington.. Una variedad de opciones y sabores (para satisfacer cada presupuesto) abundan a través del condado y la ciudad de Hagerstown.. Restaurantes de alta cocina, bares de barrio, bulliciosas cafeterías, rápidos delis y cadenas de  ...   lo tenemos!.. Búsqueda de Restaurantes.. Or O Busque por tipo de cocina:.. American.. Bavarian/German.. Buffets.. Cantonese and Szechuan.. Coffee Shop.. Continental.. Dinner Theater.. Fast Food.. Gourmet Deli.. Home Style.. Ice Cream Shop.. International.. Italian.. Seafood.. Southern BBQ.. Steakhouse.. O busque por precios:.. Hasta $6.. $7 -$15.. $16 y mas.. Desayuno:.. Almuerzo:.. Cenar:.. O buscar en cualquier Recreo Requerido.. Acceso sin barreras :.. Sirve alcohol :.. Grupo de estar :..

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  • Title: Hagerstown Candado de Washington CVB - Lodging Alojamiento
    Descriptive info: Lodging Alojamiento.. Tal vez es el aire fresco del Condado de Washington.. O el ambiente lleno de diversiones.. ¡O toda la comida casera! Cualquiera que sea la razón, cuando llega el momento de descansar, un alojamiento acogedor y cómodo es prioridad.. Es por eso que encontrará una variedad lugares de vacaciones, hoteles, moteles y casas de huéspedes aquí en Hub City.. Así puede aún lejos de su  ...   para casas de huéspedes, Posadas y cabañas.. Haga clic aquí para Posadas y cabañas.. Haga clic aquí para camping.. Búsqueda de Hoteles.. O escoja cualquier servicio requerido.. Kitchenettes.. Se permiten mascotas.. Acceso para minusválidos.. Lavandería.. Aire acondicionado.. Cama plegable.. Habitaciones para no fumadores.. Descuentos para niños.. Piscina.. Canales de películas.. Sauna.. Acceso al Internet.. Bañera de hidromasaje.. Salas de conferencia.. Sala de ejercicio.. Estacionamiento para vehículos recreativos..

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  • Title: Hagerstown Candado de Washington CVB - Llegando Aquí
    Descriptive info: Llegando Aquí Mapas del Área.. Mapa del Condado de Washington County.. Mapa del Centro de Hagerstown & Mapa de Metro Area.. Comunidades de Washington County.. Carreteras.. Condado de Washington posee entre las mejores redes de transporte de superficie de cualquier jurisdicción geopolítica de los Estados Unidos.. La ruta U.. S.. I-81 cruza el condado de Norte a Sur.. I-70 hace lo mismo de este a oeste.. Interestatal 68 comienza en la ciudad de Hancock, llevando tráfico comercial y público a Morgantown, WV.. U.. Route 40 corre de este a oeste a través de la ciudad de Hagerstown, generalmente paralelas a la ruta I-70.. Otras prominentes carreteras federales incluyen la Ruta 11, Ruta 40 y las alternadas Ruta 340 y Ruta 522.. Aire.. Allegiant.. Nuevos  ...   de la pista, y ofrece un servicio privado y charter.. El operador de base fija (FBO) y otros negocios aeroportuarios ofrecer oportunidades de vuelo.. BWI, Dulles, Harrisburg International y Aeropuertos Nacionales de Washington están en un radio de 70 millas de Hagerstown.. El aeropuerto está buscando activamente para restablecer el servicio comercial de pasajeros.. Auto de arrendamiento o alquiler.. Avis Rent A Car 1-800-831-2847.. Enterprise Rent-A-Car 301-416-7502.. Hertz Rent a Car 301-739-6117.. Toyota Rent A Car 301-733-2300.. Autobuses Charter.. Washington County Commuter.. Greyhound Bus Lines.. Carta de Servicios.. Atlantic Coast Charters.. www.. atlanticcoastcharters.. com.. Ferrocarril.. Conrail (Consolidated Railway Corporation), CSX Transportation and Norfolk Southern Corporation.. Diario Amtrak y el servicio de lunes a viernes MARC servicio de Martinsburg, WV, 23 kilómetros al sur de Hagerstown..

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  • Title: Hagerstown Washington County CVB - Contact Us
    Descriptive info: 150th Maryland Campaign.. Video Dining Guide.. Itineraries & Packages.. Staycations.. Local Receptive Agents.. Banquet Facilities.. Search Again.. |.. Return To Search Results.. Swords Charter Services.. Funkstown - MD.. Telephone:.. 301-842-2682.. Fax:.. Address:.. PO Box 839.. Funkstown , MD 21734-0839.. Email:.. Website:.. Days Open:.. Hours Open:.. Location Map.. :.. Contact Form.. Please fill out the form below for any questions or comments you might have for:.. *These fields are required.. *.. Your Name:.. Phone:.. Street Address:.. City:.. State:.. Zip Code:.. Message:.. info@marylandmemories.. org..

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  • Title: Washington County Maryland Museums and Historical Sites - Guide
    Descriptive info: History is everywhere in Washington County! Of Maryland s 300-plus museums, more than ten percent are located here.. You can step into a 19th century schoolhouse or visit museums and outdoor sites that focus on our industrial, agricultural and military past.. Follow the tracks to the Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum to discover the reason for Hagerstown s famous Hub City moniker.. Visit the French and Indian War-era Fort Frederick.. Knock on the front door of Hagerstown s namesake at the Jonathan Hager House and Museum, located in Hagerstown City Park.. Explore three other museums located in the park as well the culturally rich Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, the Mansion House Art Gallery filled with the works of local artists, and the Hagerstown Railroad Museum which houses the Western Maryland Steam Engine 202.. Discover the many ways Washington County was impacted by the Civil War, from the ransoming of Hagerstown to the fighting  ...   Park.. The George Alfred Townsend Museum.. and War Correspondents Arch at.. Gathland State Park.. Hagerstown Aviation Museum.. Hagerstown Model Railroad Museum at Antietam Station.. Hagerstown Railroad Museum-City Park.. Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum, Inc.. Hagerstown s Historic City Farmers Market.. Hancock Town Museum.. Hancock Museum and Visitor s Center.. Heart of the Civil War Heritage Area Exhibit and Visitor Center.. Historic Funkstown.. Jonathan Hager House and Museum.. Kennedy Farm.. Mansion House Art Gallery.. McMahon s Mill Civil War Military.. American Heritage Museum.. Miller House.. Morris Frock American Legion Post #42 Military Museum.. Plumb Grove Mansion.. Pry House Field Hospital Museum,.. Rose Hill Cemetery.. Sharpsburg Historical Society.. Smithsburg Historical Society.. South Mountain State Battlefield.. Tolson s Chapel.. The Train Room.. Washington County Arts Council.. Washington County Museum of Fine Arts.. Washington County Rural Heritage Museum.. Washington Monument State Park.. Western Maryland.. Rail Trail.. Williamsport Town Museum.. Wilson Country Store and School.. Home >.. Design by.. Icon Graphics..

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  • Title: African American Heritage Guide
    Descriptive info: Pictured above are black workers, in 1885, at the.. C O Canal's Cushwa Wharf in Williamsport.. There are many historic African American sites in Washington County, Maryland.. From the earliest days of the 18th Century, the lives, the sacrifices, and the contributions of African Americans have left an unmistakable impression on Washington County.. In 1820, 14% of the population was enslaved; Maryland's average however was 26%.. By 1860, there were more free African Americans than slaves in Washington County.. By 1864, slavery was abolished in Maryland.. 1.. Antietam Furnace.. 2.. 3.. Asbury United Methodist Church.. 4.. Chaney House.. 5.. Doleman Black History Museum.. 6.. Ferry Hill Place, South of Sharpsburg.. 7.. Fort Frederick.. 8.. Harmon Hotel.. 9.. 10.. Montpelier.. 11.. North Street School.. 12.. Piper House.. 13.. Rockland.. 14.. Slave Auction Blocks.. 15.. Tolson's Chapel.. 16.. Wheaton Park.. 17.. William O.. Wilson.. 18.. Willie Mays.. top of list.. Antietam Furnace, Sharpsburg -.. Manufacturer of bar iron products.. The furnace was built in 1768 and produced goods for the Revolutionary War.. The furnace was a large slave owner during its tenure and also employed many free blacks.. The furnace closed in 1858.. It reopened after the Civil War but finally closed in 1886.. 3 Miles South of Sharpsburg on the Harpers Ferry Road, 301-739-4200.. Antietam National Battlefield, Sharpsburg -.. nps.. gov/anti.. The site of America s bloodiest single day, with more than 23,000 casualties.. The turning point needed for President Abraham Lincoln to rethink the opportunities for peace and issue the Emancipation Proclamation, which started the process for eventually freeing the slaves from the entire United States.. No African American Union troops fought in the battle, but the effects on the lives of African Americans are significant.. Approximately 12 miles south of Hagerstown on Route 65.. 301-432-5124.. Asbury United Methodist Church, Hagerstown -.. Founded under the supervision of St.. Paul s Methodist Episcopal Church (now John Wesley United Methodist Church) in 1818, the Asbury congregation is the oldest African-American church in Hagerstown.. The existing building was constructed in 1879 as a replacement for the fire damaged 1864 building.. The second oldest African-American congregation in Hagerstown is Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church, which was founded in 1840.. The Ebenezer AME congregation was housed in a number of church buildings on W.. Bethel Street, with their most recent church demolished in the late 1990 s due to concerns over structural conditions.. Two other community churches from the 1800 s still stand, including Second Christian and Zion Baptist.. 155 N.. Jonathan St.. , Hagerstown, MD.. 301-791-0495.. Chaney House, Funkstown -.. hudsonhousegalleries.. Built in 1816, it was the home of Dr.. Elias Chaney.. In 1859, six men and eight women were included as property in Chaney s will.. The house is currently The Hudson House Antiques Shop.. 1 South High Street, Funkstown, MD.. 301-733-1632.. Doleman Black History Museum, Hagerstown -.. Located at 540 Locust Street.. This museum contains books, artifacts, and pictures of the rich African American History in Washington County.. The museum is open by appointment only.. 301-739-8185.. Ferry Hill Place, South of Sharpsburg -.. According to the National Park Service, this was sometimes an underground railroad stop built about 1812 by John Blackford.. This property included a ferry that crossed the Potomac into what was then Virginia.. The ferry was operated by two enslaved men, who Blackford named foremen of the ferry.. These two men, Jupe and Ned, ran the ferry with little oversight.. They kept the records, purchased supplies and even hired free blacks for seasonal labor.. The ferry remained in operation until 1851.. South of Sharpsburg on Rt.. 34.. Sat/Sun.. 301-582-0813, open summer weekends,  ...   Civil War.. The site marked the actions of an extreme abolitionist and the five African Americans who took part in the raid.. Samples Manor Rd.. , South of Sharpsburg, MD.. South Lynn 301-652-2857 or 301-977-3599.. Montpelier, Clear Spring -.. Home of Richard and John Barnes.. In 1800, they were the largest slaveholders in the county with 89 enslaved people.. Richard Barnes s will of 1804 freed all of his enslaved people two years after his death.. These included famous African Methodist Episcopal minister, Thomas Henry.. 13448 Broadfording Road, Clear Spring, MD.. Mr.. Mrs.. Charles Downs, 301-842-2259.. North Street School, Hagerstown -.. The old North Street School, now Memorial Recreation Center, was built in 1888 with a 1924 addition.. When it s replacement was built in 1947, the old school was converted to a YMCA for use by the African-American community.. The new North Street School, now the Martin Luther King Center, provided the first secondary education of African-Americans in Washington County.. Located on North Street, West of Jonathan Street.. Piper House, Sharpsburg -.. During the Battle of Antietam, it was used as Longstreet s HQ, and also as a hospital.. The home was built in 1836, and included slave quarters on the farm.. On Antietam National Battlefield; viewed from Bloody Lane private residence.. Rockland, South of Hagerstown on Rt.. 65 -.. Country home of Frisby Tilghman, one of the largest slave holders in Washington County.. This was the home of James W.. C.. Pennington (c.. 1807-1870), minister, abolitionist and author.. He escaped from here on October 28, 1827 and made his way first to Littlestown, PA then to New York City.. Click Here for Pennington's 1827 escape notice from area newspapers.. Slave Auction Blocks, Hagerstown and Sharpsburg -.. Although the number of people enslaved in Washington County was less than the counties farther to the east, it was an active slave market.. Slave catchers would hunt runaway slaves and sell them at auction in Hagerstown.. The old jail on Jonathan Street housed escaped slaves.. On the Sharpsburg Square and on the Terrace in Hagerstown, MD.. Tolson's Chapel, Sharpsburg -.. Founded in 1866, Tolson s Chapel was a Methodist Church buiilt on land donated by the Craig family.. John Tolson was the church s first minister.. A Freedman s Bureau school operated in the church from 1868 to 1870.. The cemetery has burials dating back to the 19th century.. Two blocks south of Sharpsburg Square, on Harpers Ferry Road.. Wheaton Park, Hagerstown -.. This park named in honor of Jacob Wheaton, was opened in 1935 by the City of Hagerstown to serve the African American Community.. The gazebo was the original band shell from the Hagerstown City Park.. On Sumans Avenue off of North Avenue, Hagerstown, MD.. Wilson -.. Served in the 9th Cavalry US Army.. He received the Medal of Honor for his service at the Battle of Wounded Knee on December 29, 1890.. He lived at 108 West North Street, Hagerstown, MD.. Willie Mays -.. Baseball s great Willie Mays played his first professional game in Hagerstown in 1950.. He was the first African American to play in Hagerstown s Municipal Stadium in a minor league game.. He went on to have a Hall of Fame career playing with the New York and San Francisco Giants, and The New York Mets.. Elizabeth Hager Center.. 16 Public Square.. Hagerstown, MD 21740.. Click Here to Return to Homepage.. Special thanks to the Washington County Free Library, Washington County Historical Society, African-American Historical Association, Ron Lytle, and the Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau for their help in collecting information and pictures.. Designed by pm2studios..

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  • Title: Hagerstown Washington County CVB - Just for Kids and Teachers Civil War Information
    Descriptive info: Just for Kids Teachers - Civil War Information.. Hancock Romney Campaign Maryland.. American Civil War - January 5-6, 1862.. On January 1, Maj.. Gen.. Thomas J.. Stonewall Jackson marched north in bitter cold from Winchester to Bath with the objective of disrupting traffic on the B O Railroad and C O Canal.. On January 5, after skirmishing with the retiring Federals, Jackson's force reached the Potomac River opposite the garrisoned town of Hancock, Maryland.. His artillery fired on the town from Orrick's Hill but did little damage.. Union garrison commander Brig.. F.. W.. Lander refused Jackson's demands for  ...   marched on Romney, in Western Virginia, on January 7.. Result(s): Inconclusive.. Location: Washington County, Maryland; Morgan County, West Virginia.. Campaign: Jackson's Operations against the B O Railroad (January 1862).. Date(s): January 5-6, 1862.. Principal Commanders: Brig.. Lander [US]; Maj.. Jackson [CS].. Forces Engaged: Brigades.. Estimated Casualties: 25 total.. January 5-6, 1862 Hancock / Romney Campaign.. Sept 14, 1862 South Mountain / Crampton Gap / Turner Gap / Fox Gap.. September 16-18, 1862 Antietam / Sharpsburg.. July 6-16, 1863 Williamsport / Hagerstown / Falling Waters.. July 8, 1863 Boonsboro.. July 9, 1864 Monocacy.. August 1, 1864 Folck's Mill / Cumberland..

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  • Title: Hagerstown Washington County CVB - Just for Kids and Teachers Civil War Information
    Descriptive info: South Mountain Crampton Gap, Turner Gap, Fox Gap Maryland.. American Civil War - September 14, 1862.. After invading Maryland in September 1862, Gen.. Robert E.. Lee divided his army to march on and invest Harpers Ferry.. The Army of the Potomac under Maj.. George B.. McClellan pursued the Confederates to Frederick, Maryland, then advanced on South Mountain.. On September 14, pitched battles were fought for possession of the South Mountain passes: Crampton's, Turner's, and Fox's Gaps.. By dusk the Confederate defenders were driven back, suffering severe casualties, and McClellan was in position to destroy Lee's army before it could reconcentrate.. McClellan's limited activity on September 15 after his victory at South Mountain, however, condemned the garrison at Harpers Ferry to capture and gave Lee time to unite his scattered divisions at Sharpsburg.. Union general Jesse Reno and Confederate general Samuel Garland, Jr.. , were killed at South Mountain.. Result(s): Union victory.. Location: Frederick County  ...   corps the loss of their late leader, Maj.. Jesse L.. Reno.. By the death of this distinguished officer the country loses one of its most devoted patriots, the army one of its most thorough soldiers.. In the long list of battles in which General Reno has fought in his country's service, his name always appears with the brightest luster, and he has now bravely met a soldier's death while gallantly leading his men at the battle of South Mountain.. For his high character and the kindly qualities of his heart in private life, as well as for the military genius and personal daring which marked him as a soldier, his loss will be deplored by all who knew him, and the commanding general desires to add the tribute of a friend to the public mourning for the death of one of the country's best defenders.. By command of Major-General Burnside:.. LEWIS RICHMOND,.. Assistant Adjutant-General..

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