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Shepherdstown Cement Mill, River Road,Shepherdstown, Jefferson County,WV. Jefferson CountyShepherdstown West Virginia, 1968. Documentation Compiled After. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/wv0535/

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Title:Shepherdstown Cement Mill,River Road,Shepherdstown, Jefferson County,WVCreator(s): Historic American Engineering Record, creator Related Names: O'Connell, Kristen, transmitter Kemp, E L, photographer Maddex, Lee, photographer Date Created/Published: Documentation compiled after 1968

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Photo(s): 17 | Photo Caption Page(s): 1. Photo, Print, Drawing 1. KILNS, SOUTHWEST ELEVATION -Shepherdstown Cement Mill, River Road,Shepherdstown, Jefferson County,WVPhotos from Survey HAERWV-82

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The bluecoats headed towardShepherdstownalong a road that ran along a narrow strip of bottomland underneath a tall cliff split by a ravine. The Federals filed past a large abandoned brick building that had once housed acement mill. A …

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Ruins of an old cement mill can be found on the riverbank of the Potomac River in Shepherdstown, W.Va. This was a central spot during the Battle of Shepherdstown in the American Civil War. After the 2014 Elk River chemical spill in the Kanawha Valley, the West Virginia Rivers Coalition created the Safe Water WV initiative

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NearShepherdstown, alongCement MillRoad, are ruins on either side that are for acement mill. The ruins are located east of the community of Sheperdstown, along the Potomac River, which is north of the road and ruins and can be glimpsed through the trees. The road is narrow, so parking is an issue along this stretch of the road

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Upon the death of his father in 1836,Botelerassumed control of the family farm “Fountain Rock” and amilllocated 1 mile belowShepherdstownat Pack Horse Ford. He converted the gristmill to acement milland in 1851 received a contract to provide hydrauliccementfor work being done on the U. S. Capitol

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how protecting civil war battlefields helps protect

Ruins of an oldcement millcan be found on the riverbank of the Potomac River inShepherdstown, W.Va. This was a central spot during the Battle ofShepherdstownin the American Civil War. After the 2014 Elk River chemical spill in the Kanawha Valley, theWest VirginiaRivers Coalition created the Safe WaterWVinitiative

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HistoricCement MillProperty Purchased. Dec 23, 2011. The historiccement millproperty inShepherdstown,West Virginia, has been purchased by the Jefferson County Historic Landmarks Commission. This important 18 acre site on the Potomac River is associated with the Battle ofShepherdstown. Read the full news release

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wading into history a shepherdstown battlefield tour

I was also familiar with the nearby ruins of thecement mill, often mentioned in battle accounts, but otherwise my knowledge of what happened there in late-summer 1862 was limited. So when an opportunity arose to tour the battlefield with members of the excellentShepherdstownBattlefield Preservation Association, I jumped at the chance

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stone river house, private riveraccess,shepherdstown

Between the house andShepherdstownis the battlefield ofShepherdstownand ruins of gristmill andcement mill. This is a nice walk along the river and interesting local historic landmark. Across the river is the C&O canal and tow path

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Hardcover with dust jacket, 256 pages, index, more than 80 photos illustrations and maps. Just downstream from the village calledShepherdstown, near a shallow crossing called Boteler s Ford, amillwas built to exploit the rich vein ofcementfoundMoreHardcover with dust jacket, 256 pages, index, more than 80 photos illustrations and maps

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Shepherdstown,West VirginiaIssue Date: Thursday, August 1, 1907 Page: 4 Start Free Trial. Previous Next × Cancel. Show Hide 4

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WVRHC's growing online collection of 50,000+ historic images pertaining toWest Virginiaand the central Appalachian region, digitized from the Center's extensive physical collection

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cement millruins near sheperdstown,wv preserved

cement millruins near sheperdstown,wv preserved

NearShepherdstown, alongCement MillRoad, are ruins on either side that are for acement mill. The ruins are located east of the community of Sheperdstown, along the Potomac River, which is north of the road and ruins and can be glimpsed through the trees. The road is narrow, so parking is an issue along this stretch of the road

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