Clean up McAllister\'s Mill Dump

Gettyburg has a town dump that sits on the banks of Rock Creek. This dump not only pollutes Rock creek but it also sits on ground where men fought and died during the Battle of Gettysburg. More significantly it sits across from the McAllister\'s Mill site-a major stop in the underground railroad.


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    Ansar, Romania

    2 years ago State: South Carolina
    Country: Guatemala
    Comments: Well history has taghut us that it was Magellan,but the truth of the matter is , long before the Spaniards came the chinese have been trading with our inhabitants, they in fact invented the barter trade. our goods for their porcelain..In fact it was a prosperous trading partner of most asian countries so much so that there were pirates too preying on these trade routes. One famous example is Lim a hong..But you'd be surprised that the Arabs came before the chinese? yes, they introduced islam to our southern brothers at the same time the chinese traders came to the phils. As a matter of fact they invented the barter trade that up to now is still alive and in existence in Zamboanga.. +10Was this answer helpful?
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    Keith, Vietnam

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    Dufron, China

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