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shop_1aConcord Village is named after the successful 1600's pilgram settlement near Plymouth Rock, a town which was later immortalized by Paul Revere's Ride to warn Concord, the first battleground of the revoluationary war. In the 1800's, Concord writers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Louisa May Alcott and Henry David Thoreau created the first "American literary voice."  This blog explores some of that early history and the history of our own modern Concord Village here in Arizona.
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1 Concord's Role in the Underground Railroad
2 Concord Village as our Namesake
3 Literary Concord in the 1800s
4 Revolutionary Concord in the 1700's
5 Colonial Concord Village in the 1600's
6 Concord Village Not Alone