1984 – Municipal Boundary of Shepherdstown Jefferson County — West Virginia
John Kusner conducted extensive research and measurement for his 1984 map of the municipal boundaries of Shepherdstown. The history of the town’s development and boundary changes are documented on the left-hand side of the map sheet. Streets and other features such as Town Run (the stream that runs through the center of town), churches, cemeteries, and historic buildings (e.g., the Entler Hotel and the Shepherd Mill) are identified throughout.
Note the alternate name of German Street. Its name was officially changed to Main Street during World War I, but it was later changed back to German Street.
Kusner also identifies other landmarks such as stones at the corners of King and New Streets, believed to be the original town boundary markers.