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Engraving of Harpers Ferry by moonlight.  Entered according to Act of Congress A.D. 1874 by D. Appleton and Coin the Office of the Librarian of Congress, Washington.
Engraving of Harpers Ferry.
Scenic view of Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
Bridge at Harpers Ferry, W. Va.  'The most picturesque, beautiful, and historical spot in America.  The view is from the top of Bolivar Heights overlooking the city.  To the left is Md. Heights along the Potomac River, and to the right is Loudon Heights, in Va., along the Shenandoah River; the city itself being in W. Va.  The confluence of the two rivers takes place under the B.& O. RR Bridge.  Harper's Ferry is generally conceded to be the birthplace of the Civil War.  A monument to John Brown has been erected alongside of the RR Track near the station.  The Old Government Arsenal, which was destroyed by the Confederates in 1861 was located along the Potomac at the foot of city.'  See Pamphlet number 7514 at the West Virginia and Regional History Collection for more information.
Sketch of Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
Engraving of Harpers Ferry, W. Va.  Junction of the rivers Shenandoah and Potomac.
Engraving of Harpers Ferry (from the Blue Ridge).  London, published for the proprietors, by Geo: Virture, 26, Ivery Lane, 1839.
Man and woman sitting on a hillside overlooking bridges in Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
View of Harpers Ferry from atop a hill.
Two bridges cross the river into Harpers Ferry.
Engraving of people standing on Jefferson's rock overlooking the Shenandoah Valley.
Engraving of the confluence of rivers at Harpers Ferry.
Color engraving of people standing and looking out over the Shenandoah River from Jefferson's Rock at Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
Color engraving of Harpers Ferry from the Blue Ridge.
Children play on a hill overlooking Harpers Ferry.
View of the junction of three states (Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia) in Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
Children play on a hill overlooking Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
Work buildings next to the river.
View alongside the river at Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
View alongside the Shenandoah River near Harpers Ferry, the scene of John Brown's insurrection.
View of the town as well as two bridges.
An engraving of Harpers Ferry from the Potomac side.
Aerial view of Harpers Ferry in Jefferson County, West Virginia.
'Hall's Rifle Works on Shenandoah.'
Family on a hill overlooking Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
Hotel Conner is on the left side of the picture.   Site of John Brown's Fort is on the right.
Buildings and railroad tracks in Harpers Ferry.
Color lithograph of people on a hillside overlooking Harpers Ferry, W. Va.  'Drawn after Nature. For the Proprietor Hermann J. Meyer.
A Winchester and Potomac Railroad train carrying Federal Troops passes through Virginius Island at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. The shell of the Abraham Herr Mill, burned by Confederate soldiers in 1861, can be seen in the center of the photograph.
Engraving of a group of people standing on a hill overlooking Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
'Meeting of the States Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia.'
People are standing in front of the John Brown Exhibits building in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.
View of Harpers Ferry and bridge from Maryland Heights.
The photograph was most likely taken from Camp Hill overlooking the lower town.
From Harper's Weekly, October 29, 1859, page 692.