Concord was originally settled (somewhat) in 1635 by Simon Willard, ancestor of the clock maker, but it is best known for its role in the much later Revolutionary War, and afterwards for its literary luminaries.
|...where the pews were reproduced from the original.|
|It is the birthplace of the gone-but-not-forgotten Country Store of Concord. Along with its penny candy it was the best place to stock up on wool cable knit sweaters and wide wale corduroys.|
|The Concord Antiquarian Society is a place of pleasant Christmas memories for me. Just add snow and horse drawn carriages.|
Don't miss the Congregational Church.
|Middlesex School, Concord, Massachusetts|