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The Alcott Family Arrives and Other Poems by Ann Struthers

Concord, Massachusetts

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Damned Women : Sinners and Witches in Puritan New England

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The Concord Free Public Library's special collections are indexed on this searchable database.

 

The Concord Museum

The home page for the historical museum of Thoreau's hometown. The museum contains the largest collection of Thoreauviana, including the furnishings of his Walden cabin. As Thoreau writes in his Journal, "I think I could write a poem to be called Concord. For argument I should have the River--the Woods--the Ponds--the Hills--the Fields--the Swamps and Meadows--the Streets and Buildings--and the Villagers" (Journal 1: 1837-1844, ed. Elizabeth Hall Witherell, et al. [Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1981], p. 330; September 4, 1841).

 

Concord, MA

The home page for Thoreau's hometown. All the latest news and information.

 

Concord

This "portrait of a village," part of the PBS Web site, "Thomas Hampson: I Hear America Singing," includes a good chronology of Concord history.

 

Writings from Concord: Henry David Thoreau

University of Toledo Libraries - "Soon after Thoreau’s death in 1862, friends, admirers, and critics sought to shape and define the Concordian’s image through books and other publications. By the end of the nineteenth-century, Thoreau and his works were much more popular and widely-known than when he was alive."

 

Orchard House

A virtual visit to the home of the Alcott family, now a historic house museum owned and operated by the Louisa May Alcott Memorial Association in Concord.

Credits:  Elizabeth Witherell and Louisa Dennis, University of California, Santa Barbara Library

 

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