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Site of intense fighting along the Battle Road from Concord to Charlestown.
posted by: Shorelander
date approved: 4/11/2006
last visited: 1/13/2011
Site of a heroic action against the British during their retreat from Concord.
Paul Revere Capture Site
The site where Paul Revere's midnight ride ended.
date approved: 4/10/2006
last visited: 3/2/2013
"You Are A Dead Man"
A poetic and prophetic confrontation between a Colonist and a Regular.
last visited: 4/11/2006
A deadly stretch of road for retreating British troops during the first day of action in the American Revolutionary War.
last visited: 4/10/2006
Lexington Battle Green <-- The Birthplace of American Liberty
The title says it all.
posted by: NorStar
date approved: 6/26/2006
last visited: 7/19/2008
Brooks Hill Fight
Site of a skirmish during the British retreat from Concord to Charlestown.
last visited: 1/15/2011
Mulliken Clocks [Lexington]
Nathaniel Mulliken possessed all the skills needed to make fine clocks. His house was here.
last visited: never
William Munroe [Lexington]
William Munroe performed many jobs as many men at that time did.
date approved: 6/25/2006
Where the British return from Concord turned into a retreat.
Early Houses [Lexington]
The Sanderson House is believed to be one of the few remaining 17th century structures, and there are several structures in the area from the 18th century.
Massachusetts Avenue [Lexington]
This road was once built as the Concord-Cambridge Turnpike and is now the main street through Lexington.
Tower Park [Lexington]
This park along Massachusetts Avenue was donated by Ellen Tower in 1927 and is an example of how Lexington has been buying land for open space.
last visited: 9/15/2007
20th Century Land Use [Lexington]
This sign, the last in a series, talks about how the local Historic Districs Commission and a Design Advisory Group helped shaped the nearby buildings and parks.
date approved: 6/24/2006
Lexington Battle Green --> Historic Route to Concord
This sign simply points the way to Concord via the historic Battle Road.
Location of the breeding of the Concord grape.
Home of Dr. Samuel Prescott
A marker showing the site of the home of Dr. William Prescott, the only man to make it to Concord to warn the patriots of the coming British.
Wilson Mill Site - Bedford
The site of a mill built by John Wilson in 1676.
posted by: cache_test_dummies
date approved: 6/10/2006
last visited: 10/18/2011
The Millpond [Concord]
A marker describing a former pond on the site.
date approved: 4/9/2006
The site of a historic purchase.
last visited: 3/4/2012
A former milldam in downtown Concord, MA.
last visited: 12/28/2009
First Concord Town House
A simple marker denoting the spot of the first Concord town house.
last visited: 4/9/2006
Reverend Bulkeley House
Site of an important deal in Concord history.
The Battle of Concord
A series of markers and monuments commemorating the Battle of Concord at the North Bridge.
I Haven't A Man Who Is Afraid To Go
A marker commemorating the first Colonists to fall at the North Bridge on April 19, 1775.
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