Lexington

Lexington

Tour Lexington, Massachusetts
http://www.libertyride.us/historic.html

Lexington Chamber of Commerce: Visitor Information
http://www.lexingtonchamber.org/visitor.html

Lexington Historical Society
http://www.lexingtonhistory.org/

Minute Man National Historical Park
http://www.nps.gov/mima/index.htm

Battle Road Trail
http://masstraveljournal.com/features/concord/battle-road-trail

Battle at Lexington Green, 1775
http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/lexington.htm

Battle of Lexington and Concord
http://www.wpi.edu/Academics/Depts/MilSci/Resources/lexcon.html

National Heritage Museum
http://www.monh.org/

Colonial Lexington
http://hastings.lexingtonma.org/Colonial/Colonial.html

Books

Abstract of the history of Lexington, Mass. from its settlement to the centennial anniversary of the Declaration of our national Independence, July 4, 1876 (1876), by Charles Hudson

History of the Town of Lexington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, from its first settlement to 1868, by Charles Hudson; Revised and continued to 1912 by the Lexington Historical Society, Vol. I–History (1913)

History of the Town of Lexington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, from its first settlement to 1868, by Charles Hudson; Revised and continued to 1912 by the Lexington Historical Society, Vol. II–Genealogies (1913)

Souvenir of Lexington: 1775-1875 (1875)

Lexington: A handbook of its points of interest, historical and picturesque (1891)

Views and descriptive history of Lexington and Concord (1901), by O.G. Seeley

Lexington, the birthplace of American liberty: a handbook (1902), by Fred S. Piper

Three Villages (1884), by William Dean Howells

Records of the first class of the first state normal school in America, established at Lexington, Massachusetts 1839 (1903),

Lexington epitaphs: A copy of epitaphs in the old burying-grounds of Lexington, Massachusetts (1905), by Francis H. Brown

Reports of the town officers of Lexington for the year 1914 (1915)


Commemorations and Celebrations

A discourse delivered at Lexington, March 31, 1813, the day which completed a century from the incorporation of the town (1813), by Avery Williams

Lexington, with other fugitive poems (1830), by Prosper Montgomery Wetmore

An address delivered at Lexington, on the 19th (20th) of April, 1835 (1875), by Edward Everett

An oration delivered at Lexington on the dedication of the Town and Memorial Hall, April 19, 1871 (1871), by Dr. George B. Loring

Proceedings at the centennial celebration of the Battle of Lexington, April 19, 1875 (1875)

Lexington centennial sermons, delivered in the First Congregational Church, Lexington, Mass., April 11th, 18th, and 25th, 1875 (1875), by Henry Westcott

A sermon preached in the First Congregational Meeting-house, Lexington, Mass., Sunday Evening, April 8, 1883 (1885), by C.A. Staples

An address in commemoration of the ordination and settlement of John Hancock, Nov. 2, 1688, over Cambridge Farms Parish, (now Lexington) in the First parish church, (Unitarian) Lexington, Mass. Nov. 2, 1898 (1900)

Proceedings & addresses commemorative of the two hundredth anniversary of the incorporation of the town of Lexington (1914)


Revolutionary War

History of the battle of Lexington: on the morning of the 19th April, 1775 (1825), by Elias Phinney

The battle of Lexington as looked at in London: before Chief-Justice Mansfield and a jury in the trial of John Home, Esq., for libel on the British Government (1897), by Hon. John Winslow

A British account of the battle of Lexington; and the last meeting in the Dowse library at No. 30 Tremont ST., Boston (1897)

The battle of April 19, 1775: in Lexington, Concord, Lincoln, Arlington, Cambridge, Somerville, and Charlestown, Massachusetts (1912), by Frank Warren Coburn

Fiction and truth about the battle on Lexington common, April 19, 1775 (1918), by Frank Warren Coburn

The battle of Lexington common, April 19, 1775 (1921), by Frank Warren Coburn

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