April 19, 1775: Battle at Concord Bridge


Battle at Concord Bridge, April 19, 1775; National Guard Heritage Painting

Battle at Concord Bridge, April 19, 1775; National Guard Heritage Painting by Dominick D’Andrea.

For a story of the battle, and why the National Guard considers this part of its history, check out this story by Amelia Meyer at the National Guard Educational Foundation.

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4 Responses to April 19, 1775: Battle at Concord Bridge

  1. Ellie says:

    I’ve been there; it was back in 1976. I was going to say, “I *was* there,” but although I’m old, I’m not quite that old. It was an “historical” vacation, in honor of the bicentennial. It’s a treasured memory.

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  2. Black Flag® says:

    No free loader at all.

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  3. Ed Darrell says:

    I doubt many will rise to defend free loaders.

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  4. Black Flag® says:

    Without a shot, Bundy’s ranch may eventually be seen as the “shot heard around the nation”.

    Citizens resisting the imposition of government.

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