Aug 30, 2015

A Historical Getaway in Concord, Massachusetts

For a city that has more than 300 years of US history embedded into its past, it is a historical attraction that you won’t want to miss. The town was incorporated in 1635 and was Massachusetts’ first non-tidal water town. On April 19, 1775 it was the site of one of the most significant battles of the American Revolution as it was the battle that kicked off the war... Read More

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