Concord, Massachusetts

Concord Battleground
National Historical Park

Monday, October 4, 1999

Revolutionary War Plaque


Minute Man Statue

Minute Man
National Historical Park
on a rainy autumn day.

The American colonies didn't have
a full-time professional army, as
we do today.

The men who fought for our
freedom from England were
every day people with normal jobs.
Most of them were farmers.

The difficulty of managing
camera, umbrella, and raincoat
caused only these few photos to
be taken.

For more information, do check
out the Websites featured
in the links below.

     

statue
Photos by Pat Tyler



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Concord Links:

Major Events in The American Revolution
A Timeline of events leading to the American War for Independence
A Bridge to the Past—teaching materials on the Revolutionary War.
A Travel Guide of 10 great places to be revolutionary…
The woods at Henry David Thoreau's Walden Pond near Concord.
Here's an amazing number of U.S. History Links.



This page last modified August 31, 2000.