Wednesday, August 13, 2008

the Indian of Sharpsburg

Sharpsburg was a thriving community in the industrial age, and now it is mostly a blue-collar township, rich with architectural features from its by-gone era. The most famous resident is probably Guyasuta, an indian chief that resided in this area in the 1700's. The building focal point directly points to the statue of Guyasuta. Currently, the building is used for small businesses.

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hiszafer said...

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