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The History of Concord, Massachusetts: Colonial Concord

by Alfred Sereno Hudson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0788413368, Paperback)

Covers from the origin of the town in 1635, up to 1692. The chapters in this traveler's narrative discuss life, customs and local traditions of colonial Concord, and describe places of interest such as the North Bridge, houses of the Revolutionary period, the Wright Tavern, Walden Pond and Emerson's house. Much attention is directed to King Philip's War, military matters, Indian depredations, the captivity of Mary Shepard, the famed journal of the capture of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson, and much more.,., illus., original fullname + place index, fold-out map, paper, #H817

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