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Clarksburg,

city (1990 pop. 18,059), seat of Harrison co., N central W.Va., at the confluence of Elk Creek and the West Fork of the Monongahela River; inc. 1795. It is an industrial and shipping center for an area of coal mines, oil and natural gas fields, and grazing lands. Glass and fabricated metal products, welding and transportation equipment, and machinery are manufactured. The city was an important Union supply base in the Civil War, and remains of Union earthworks are preserved in Lowndes Hill park. Clarksburg is the birthplace of Stonewall JacksonJackson, Stonewall
(Thomas Jonathan Jackson), 1824–63, Confederate general, b. Clarksburg, Va. (now W.Va.), grad. West Point, 1846. Like a Stone Wall
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; a plaque designates the site. Salem International Univ. and the FBI fingerprint data center are outside the city.
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New England Development President Douglass Karp said, "We are delighted to fulfill our promise to the many citizens of Clarksburg and officials of Montgomery County and the state of Maryland who have supported us over the last three years of planning and approvals, by starting construction on this exciting retail project.
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The City of Clarksburg was honored to be one of the first cities to participate in this great discount program and to provide tangible benefits to our residents," said Martin Howe, Clarksburg city manager.
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