Old North Bridge


The Old North Bridge in Concord, Massachusetts US, was the site of a famous battle that began our country’s war of independence. Colonial militia and British soldiers fought for control of this bridge.

Today, the bridge is part of a National Historic Park. While for a single day, this area played a role in what would become a much larger war, the National Park Service reminds us that this was an otherwise very peaceful setting.

Less than a hundred years later, Henry David Thoreau would live in a small cottage not far from here on Walden Pond, inspiring the book Walden.

By the same author: Water Lily

Guest Post by Christopher O’Keefe

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