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Lexington and Concord: First Battleground of the American Revolution, Driving and Walking Tour

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It began with the British mission to destroy all the supplies the colonists had stockpiled for their rebellion at Concord, Massachusetts. It escalated with the famous ''shot heard round the world,'' which sparked the first face-off of the American Revolution. It ended with the colonists' victory and the British retreat. It was the Battles of Lexington and Concord in April 1775.

Walk in the footsteps of those who fought in the battle with this handy tour guide. From the Minute Man Visitor Center in Lexington all the way to the North Bridge Visitor Center in Concord, this full-color booklet guides your tour each step of the way with historical facts on the locations interspersed throughout. With a map of the area, color photos and illustrations, and directions, this tour guide is an ideal companion for your visit to this site where the struggle for independence began.

Product Details

  • Dimensions: 6'' W x 9'' H
  • Softcover, saddle-stapled, 37 pages, by Jim Hollister and Lou Sideris
  • Includes color and black-and-white photos and illustrations
  • ISBN: 978-1-59091-004-7

Revolutionary War


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