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Elmwood (Shepherdstown, West Virginia)

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Elmwood (Shepherdstown, West Virginia)

Front of Elmwood
Elmwood (Shepherdstown, West Virginia)
Nearest city Shepherdstown, West Virginia

39°23′50″N 77°48′50″W / 39.39722°N 77.81389°W / 39.39722; -77.81389Coordinates: 39°23′50″N 77°48′50″W / 39.39722°N 77.81389°W / 39.39722; -77.81389

Built 1797
Architect Unknown
Architectural style Federal
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 73001918[1]
Added to NRHP August 17, 1973

Elmwood is a Federal style house near Shepherdstown, West Virginia. Located on land claimed in 1732 by Edward Lucas II, it was built in 1797 by his son, Edward Lucas III. During the Civil War the house was used as a field hospital. It remained in the Lucas family until 1948.[2]


External links

  • Historic American Building Survey

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