Old North Bridge, Concord MA
On April 18, 1775, it was just a bridge across the Concord River in Concord MA. On April 19th it was the site of the first American victory in the Revolutionary War.

 

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Old North Bridge, Concord MA

Rebuilt many times, the present bridge is a replica thought to be like the one that British redcoats marched across—and were then forced back across by Minutemen from Concord and nearby towns.

Today the North Bridge is among Concord's most beloved and visited sights.

Each year on the weekend closest to April 19th, Concordians and thousands of citizens from nearby towns commemorate Patriots' Day with a re-enactment of the 1775 battle here, speeches, music, and the firing of brass cannons. More...

 

Canoers at North Bridge, Concord MA

 

 

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