Colonial Architecture Project

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by Gauvin Alexander Bailey, Bader Chair in Southern Baroque Art, Queen's University at Kingston, Canada

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Lexington MA, Battle Road

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Originally the Concord Road; linked Concord with Cambridge, Boston and the sea; on 19 April 1775 travelled on by British soldiers and the Minutemen. Most of the original alignment still exists. Lined with dry stone walls and mature sugar maple and oak trees.

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Peta Gillyatt Bailey
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farm, forest
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