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What does HFNHP stand for?

HFNHP stands for Harpers Ferry National Historical Park

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It took the efforts of a Washington journalist to preserve the building and return it to West Virginia, and many years would go by before the structure was reconstructed and moved back to near its original location as part of the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park.
National park rangers at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park have taken this idea a step further by allowing the students to have hands-on experiences in the park along with analyzing primary resources to come up with their own interpretation of historical events.
A few miles west of Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, just off a service road that winds past several fast-food restaurants, an auto-parts store, and a church, you'll find a nondescript, low-slung building where a handful of talented people preserve hundreds of artifacts that bring history to life in our national parks.
The 2013 Park Stewards grantees include: Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Assateague Island National Seashore Aztec Ruins National Monument Badlands National Park Capulin Volcano National Monument Catoctin Mountain Park Cuyahoga Valley National Park Grand Canyon National Park Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park Natchez Trace Parkway National Mall and Memorial Parks River Raisin National Battlefield Park Saguaro National Park San Juan Island National Historical Park San Juan National Historic Site
JOY OAKES, Senior Director of NPCA's Mid-Atlantic region, quoted by the Associated Press in response to a developer who dug a 2,000-foot-long trench in Harpers Ferry National Historical Park without a permit, then installed utility lines for subdivisions proposed nearby.
During a recent visit to Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, my staff and I asked Ranger David Fox to give us the "quintessential park experience.