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Some of the most intense fighting on April 19, 1775 occurred in this area, which later became known as "Bloody Angle." Unlike most of the 18th-century Battle Road landscape, which was open farmland, this site had woods and bends in the road which …
Here begins the Battle Road. After brief battles at Lexington Green and Concord's North Bridge, Colonists and British soldiers clashed here at Meriam's Corner.
Colonial militia and minute men coming from the North Bridge fight were joined by co…
The British Troopsretreating from theOld North Bridgewere here attacked in flankby the Men of Concordand neighboring townsand driven under a hot fireto Charleston.
This Bluffwas used as a rallying pointby the BritishApril 19, 1775.After a sharp fightthey retreated to Fiske Hillfrom which they were drivenin great confusion.
In September of 1774, Patriot leaders initiated a system of alarms and express riders to warn all towns whenever British troops marched out of Boston.
On April 18th, at about 10:00 in the evening, two riders set out from Boston ahead of 700 Bri…
While passing through Lexington at around midnight, Revere and William Dawes met Dr. Samuel Prescott of Concord, who was riding home after courting Lydia Mulliken. Prescott agreed to help spread the alarm that "the Regulars were out."
At this point,on the Old Concord Road as it then wasended the midnight ride ofPaul RevereHe had at about two o'clock on the morning of April 19, 1775, the night being clear and the moon in its third quarter, got this far on his way from Lexington …
On the morning of April nineteenth, 1775, while the British held this bridge, the minute-men and militia of Concord and neighboring towns gathered on the hill across the river. There the Concord Adjutant, Joseph Hosmer, demanded, "Will you let the…
On the morning of April 19, 1775, approximately 400 colonials stood on the hill overlooking the North Bridge. As smoke rose from Concord center, the order to march was given. In the exchange of fire that followed, Captain Isaac Davis, who had excl…
They came three thousand miles and diedto keep the past upon its throne.Unheard beyond the ocean tide,their English mother made her moan.April 19, 1775