Collection of materials relating to the 125th anniversary celebration in Concord, Mass., of the Battle of Concord (1775), 1900.

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Bonaparte, Charles J. (Charles Joseph), 1851-1921. Collection of materials relating to the 125th anniversary celebration in Concord, Mass., of the Battle of Concord (1775), 1900.

Collection of materials relating to the 125th anniversary celebration in Concord, Mass., of the Battle of Concord (1775), 1900.

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Bonaparte, Charles J. (Charles Joseph), 1851-1921

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United States Secretary of the Navy under President Theodore Roosevelt. From the description of Charles J. Bonaparte letter, 1905. (Louisiana State University). WorldCat record id: 265034455 Lawyer, municipal and civil service reformer, and U.S. attorney general and secretary of the navy. From the description of Charles J. Bonaparte papers, 1760-1921 (bulk 1874-1921). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 83459229 Biographical Note ...

Middlesex Hotel (Concord, Mass.)

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Concord, Mass., hotel that once stood on the corner of the Mill Dam and Monument Square, opposite the Wright Tavern. Hotel on the site existed prior to 1789, when John Richardson traded his house for the hotel then held by Middlesex County to house jailers and county court officials. The hotel was a center of town and county life in the period when the county courts were held at Concord and prior to the arrival of the railroad in the early 1840's. In 1825, Richardson sold the hotel ...

Trinitarian Congregational Church (Concord, Mass.)

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Congregational church in Concord, Mass., established by constitution in 1826 as "the Second Congregational and the First Calvinistic Religious Society" by a group of individuals breaking away from the Unitarianism of the First Parish in Concord. In the constitution of 1839, referred to as "the 2nd Congregational and 1st Trinitarian Society of Concord." The first church building of the Trinitarian Congregational Church was erected on Walden Street in 1826 and dedicated in December of...

Concord (Mass.). Committee of Arrangements (1900)

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