CDV UNMOUNTED IMAGE OF POINT OF ROCKS,VA WITH TWO MEN IN BOAT

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Outdoor image of two men in a small boat on the Potomac.  Overall very good condition; very minor scattered creasing.

Point of Rocks (POR) has been an important crossroads of travel since American Indians established routes through the region. Though quieter these days, the area was bustling with commerce between the 1830s and 1930s. During the Civil War, POR found itself in the middle of a battleground, and the village today is a staging point to explore this history.  During the Civil War, troops from both sides frequently crossed the River and the Towpath. Troops traded volleys across the water, skirmished in and near POR, and Confederates attacked canal boats and trains, destroyed locks, and raided supply stores. [ld]

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