“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Brownsville, Maryland

Clickable Map of Washington County, Maryland and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Washington County, MD (871) Allegany County, MD (294) Frederick County, MD (553) Franklin County, PA (218) Fulton County, PA (46) Loudoun County, VA (340) Berkeley County, WV (106) Jefferson County, WV (348) Morgan County, WV (109)  WashingtonCounty(871) Washington County (871)  AlleganyCounty(294) Allegany County (294)  FrederickCounty(553) Frederick County (553)  FranklinCountyPennsylvania(218) Franklin County (218)  FultonCounty(46) Fulton County (46)  LoudounCountyVirginia(340) Loudoun County (340)  BerkeleyCountyWest Virginia(106) Berkeley County (106)  JeffersonCounty(348) Jefferson County (348)  MorganCounty(109) Morgan County (109)
Hagerstown is the county seat for Washington County
Brownsville is in Washington County
      Washington County (871)  
      Allegany County (294)  
      Frederick County (553)  
      Franklin County, Pennsylvania (218)  
      Fulton County, Pennsylvania (46)  
      Loudoun County, Virginia (340)  
      Berkeley County, West Virginia (106)  
      Jefferson County, West Virginia (348)  
      Morgan County, West Virginia (109)  
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1 Maryland, Washington County, Brownsville — Battle of Maryland HeightsMaryland's First Civil War Battle — Antietam Campaign 1862 —
(Preface): After Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee's smashing victory over Union Gen. John Pope at the Second Battle of Manassas, Lee decided to invade the North to reap the fall harvest, gain Confederate recruits, earn foreign recognition, and . . . Map (db m144916) HM
2 Maryland, Washington County, Brownsville — Brownsville-Burkittsville Pass
Marching from Middletown to seize Maryland Heights, McLaws’ and Anderson’s Confederate Divisions crossed South Mountain by this road September 11, 1862. On September 14th Manly’s N.C. Battery and elements of Semmes’ Brigade defended the pass and . . . Map (db m144952) HM
3 Maryland, Washington County, Brownsville — St. Luke’s Episcopal ChurchBrownsville, Maryland — Founded 1837 —
During the civil war, St. Luke’s served as headquarters for General Lafayette McLaws, whose troops from the Army of Northern Virginia were bivouacked around Brownsville, September 11, 1862. It served as a hospital for his wounded following the . . . Map (db m144951) HM
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Sep. 26, 2023