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Concord is located 19 miles northwest of Boston
The town has a total area of 25.9 square miles
The population is approximately 18,000
Interesting Facts
  • As the scene of the first battle of the American Revolutionary War -War for Independence on April 19, 1775, between the Minuteman and the Redcoats, Concord is considered the birthplace of the nation, where the “shot heard ‘round the world” for liberty and self government was fired.
  • Recognized for a remarkably rich literary history, Concord was home to Henry David Thoreau, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Louisa May Alcott.  All four writers are buried in Concords Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.
  • Ephraim Bull developed the Concord grape at his home on Lexington Road, where the original vine still grows. Welch’s, the first company to sell grape juice, maintains a small headquarters in Concord.
  • The Minuteman statue located at Old North Bridge was made by the sculptor Daniel Chester French, the same sculptor who designed the statue of Abraham Lincoln at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
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  • Route 2 runs through Concord.
  • Commuter rail service to Boston’s North Station is provided by the MBTA with two stops in Concord on its Fitchburg Line.
  • Yankee Lines provides a commuter bus service to Copley Square in Boston from Concord Center.

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