Battles of Lexington and Concord

Associated Works


Y/M/D Description Place
1775/00/00 Isaac Davis Trail, Concord
1775/00/00 Isaac Davis Trail, Acton
1775/04/19 British regulars battle American Colonial militia and Minute Men on Lexington-Concord's North Bridge and the road back to Boston Minute Man National Historical Park, Concord
1775/04/19 Captain Isaac Davis is killed near the Old North Bridge Old North Bridge, Concord
1775/04/20 After hearing news of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, Israel Putnam leaves his plow in his field, rides 100 miles from Brooklyn, Conn to Cambridge, MA to join the cause. He was appointed Colonel of the Connecticut Militia. Putnam Farm, Brooklyn
1775/04/23 John Hoar, et al, give depositions. Massachusetts Provincial Congress lead by Dr Joseph Warren, ordered depositions be collected and sent to the Continental Congress and Colony Agent Benjamin Franklin in England to garner support for the colonials.
1776/04/19 Major Francis Faulkner fires his musket three times, the signal to muster the West Acton Militia and their families to the Faulkner Homestead, the Militia marches to Concord. Faulkner Homestead, Acton

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Military Event: American Revolutionary War

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