Spanning over 4,000 acres, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park hosts almost half a million visitors a year. Have you been one of them?
Harpers House is the oldest surviving building in Harpers Ferry. It was originally built from 1775 to 1782 for Robert Harper, the town's founder. He never got to live in it since he died not long after it was finished. Since Robert had no children, he gave it to his niece Sarah Harper Wager. Sarah's granddaughter got married in the house and their family lived in it for 89 years.
You can find Casper, our black cat mascot, waiting on the railing for a visitor to pet him.
We handcraft this from 3/4" thick wood with colorful details on the front and a short story on the back. Made just 329 miles northwest of Harpers Ferry National Historical Park.