Wednesday, March 14, 2012


 Another pretty village. As a child, I loved Little  Women based on Alcott's life in  Concord.On Author's Ridge, Thoreau, Emerson, Alcott and Hawthorne  were buried. It was supposed to be in the 60s here but it was only in the 40s while we were exploring revolutionary warfields.
Where the first British soldier shot in the American Revolution was buried

Historic house along Battle Road restored to  look like it did  in 1775

Steve on the spot Paul Revere was captured

Window inside of cute restaurant we ate at

cute shops. Moving cars  turnout strangely in my scanned shots

Older cemetery than the one the authors were buried. Most people here died in the  1750s

North bridge: second battle of the war; first one in which there were casualties on both sides

Statue at North Bridge honoring the farmer soldier

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