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Nemacolin Castle (Jacob Bowman House)
When Maryland merchant Jacob Bowman opened a trading post in the late eighteenth century, Brownsville was known as Redstone Old Fort. Bowman built a log house in 1789, and, as the family's fortunes increased in his
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