Shepherdstown is a picturesque town of 1,700 people — plus 4,000 or so college students who attend Shepherd University — perched along the Potomac River in West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle. Established in 1762, years before the U.S. was even a country, Shepherdstown is believed to have hosted some of the bloodiest battles in the American Civil War. It’s known as the birthplace of the steamboat, the site of turn-of-the-21st-century peace talks between Israel and Syria and, more contemporarily, a hot spot for quirky, small-town theater. (source)
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