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History, nature, literature, and the arts—whatever grabs your family’s interest, chances are, you’ll find lots to do in Concord. Just 45 minutes west of Boston, Concord has been called one of the more picturesque New England villages and is known far and wide for its revolutionary roots, extensive literary culture, and, of course, the \\"shot heard round the world.\\" If you've ever been. The Concord Guide Book (), by George B. Bartlett. Concord: Historic, Literary and Picturesque (), by George B. Bartlett. A Guide to Concord, Mass., and Other Historic Places. Concord, Lexington, Sudbury, Bedford, Acton, Boston. The story of Concord told by Concord writers (), edited by Josephine Latham Swayne. Concord: A Pilgrimage.
The village of Concord has perhaps done more for American literature than the city of New York. Certainly there are few places where associations, both patriotic and poetic, cluster so thickly. At one side of the grounds of the Old Manse—which has the river at its back—runs down a shaded lane to the Concord monument and the figure of the. A month after its publication, a Concord, Massachusetts, library banned the book, calling its subject matter “tawdry” and its narrative voice “coarse” and “ignorant.” Other libraries.
The crowning event was the Carnival of Boats, which Bartlett described in wonderful detail in his Concord Historic, Literary and Picturesque (an expanded version of his famous guidebook of ). In the s, spectators from all over came to see Concord's Carnival of Boats??as many as . 8George Bartlett, Concord: Historic, Literary and Picturesque (Boston: Lothrop, ), pp. , Both Harris (A. Bronson Alcott, ) and Sanborn (Rec ollections, ) quote from an letter from Emerson to Margaret Fuller. In it Emerson sketches out a lecture series for young men to be delivered by Ripley.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bartlett, George Bradford, Concord: historic, literary and picturesque. Boston, Lothrop publishing company, Concord: historic, literary and picturesque.
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Concord: historic, literary and picturesque. [George B Bartlett] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Electronic books: Literary and Picturesque book Physical Format: Print version: Bartlett, George Bradford, Concord. Boston: Lothrop, © (OCoLC) Concord: Literary and Picturesque book, literary and picturesque by Bartlett, George Bradford, Publication date Publisher Boston: Lothrop publishing company Language English.
First edition published under title: "The Concord guide book." 1 Notes. No table-of-contents pages found. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number. Abstract. First edition published under title: "The Concord guide book."Mode of access: InternetAuthor: George Bradford Bartlett.
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Get your Historic Picturesque right now on the internet. Concord, Massachusetts is a small historic town in Middlesex County about 20 miles north west of Boston, Massachusetts. It was the first inland settlement in New England and in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
The area was originally inhabited by the Pennacook Indians who named the area “Musketaquid,” which is an Algonquin word for “grassy plain.”. Located 20 miles west of Boston, Concord is a picturesque New England community of handsome residences, preserved open spaces, family-owned farms and thriving commercial centers.
The town is served by MBTA commuter rail to Boston, Cambridge and Fitchburg. State highway Route 2 runs through Concord, and Routes /95 and are conveniently. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
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Concord: historic, literary and picturesque Item Preview remove-circle. Conord: Historic, Literary and Picturesque. [Bartlett, George B.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Conord: Historic, Literary and : George B. Bartlett. In his Concord Historic, Literary, and Picturesque (a revised, expanded version of his Concord Guide Book), Bartlett wrote of Walden as “a pellucid basin of the purest water nestling among low hills.
Its rare and lovely beauty attracted alike the poet, philosopher, and naturalist.” A few pages later, however, he described in detail the. In the end, the greater proportion adopted the Book of Concord (), drafted chiefly by Jacob Andreae of Tubingen, Martin Chemnitz of Brunswick and Nicolas Selnecker of Leipzig.
Bartlett, Concord: Historic, Literary and Picturesque (Boston, ); and Mrs J.The Concord guide book / [edited by George B. Bartlett ; illustrations by Miss L.B. Pumphrey and Robert Lewis] D. Lothrop & Company, publishers Boston Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
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$ $ Free shipping. Popular. FOREST,ROCK and STREAM,Willis,Illust Seller Rating: % positive. The Wayside is the only National Historic Landmark to have been lived in by three literary families. Their home and works span more than three centuries: The Alcotts, who owned the house fromcalled it "Hillside." Here Louisa May Alcott, author of Little Women, and her sisters lived much of the childhood described in the book.
The residents of Concord have long valued the role the town has played in the nation’s patriotic and literary past, and many salvaged and donated objects from Concord’s past are on display, including Revolutionary War artifacts, staged period rooms (some with furniture dating back to the ’s), one of the lanterns from the Old North Church, the desk where Thoreau wrote Walden and.
Concord; Historic, Literary, and Picturesque. Boston: D. Lothrop, Third revised. Hard Cover. Burgundy cover with gilt title on front cover and spine.
Slight fading on spine with wear to top and bottom of spine although minimal Corners showing a bit of wear as Edition: Third Revised. "Our National Park Service tour guide Charlie Webster did a great job weaving the tales of the families that lived there while providing some literary history of Concord." "This trip, we made it on Memorial Day, the opening day of the season for tours of this part of Minute Man National Historic Park.".
In his Concord Historic, Literary and Picturesque (16th edition, revised; ), George Bradford Bartlett wrote of the study: The first door on the right leads to the study, a plain, square room, lined on one side with simple wooden shelves filled with choice books; a large mahogany table stands in the middle, covered with books, and by the.The Concord School of Philosophy, text from George B.
Bartlett, Concord: Historic, Literary and Picturesque (), with additional photos Coordinates: 42°27′″N 71°20′″W / °N °W / ; CONCORD, a township of Middlesex county, Massachusetts, U.S.A., about 20 m.
N.W. of Boston. Pop. () ; (, U.S. census) Area 25 sq. m. It is traversed by the Boston & Maine railway. Where the Sudbury and Assabet unite to form the beautiful little Concord river, celebrated by Thoreau, is the village of Concord, straggling, placid and beautiful, full of associations with the.