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Minute Man National Historical Park

Battle Road Trail At Minute Man National Historical Park To Be Rehabbed

Minute Man National Historical Park in Massachusetts has announced that the Battle Road Trail, located in Lexington, Lincoln, and Concord will begin an extensive rehabilitation beginning November 15. Sections of the trail at Hartwell Tavern will be closed. There will be a pedestrian trail detour, which is narrow and impassable to bicycles or strollers and is not suitable for running or jogging. The project begins November 20 and is expected to run through year's end. Additional work at North Bridge will begin April 23, 2018.

Archaeology Report Released On Parker’s Revenge Battle From The Opening Day Of The American Revolution

Nearly 250 years after the American Revolution, an archaeology report provides new details on one of the first battles between the Colonials and British Regulars near Lexington, Massachusetts. Along with describing battle tactics likely used by both sides, the researchers presented artifacts recovered from the battlegrounds, including musket balls fired by both sides.

Celebrate Patriots’ Day 2016 At Minute Man National Historical Park

Each year in mid-April, thousands of people flock to historic Lexington and Concord and Minute Man National Historical Park in Massachusetts to celebrate Patriots’ Day, a special Massachusetts State holiday commemorating the opening battle of the American Revolutionary War, back on April 19, 1775.

Minute Man National Historical Park Looking For Volunteers

Got some free time and enthusiasm you can lend the staff at Minute Man National Historical Park in Massachusetts? The park has many different volunteer opportunities from which to choose: visitor center guide, North Bridge interpreter, education program assistant, Battle Road Trail guide, witness house guide, living history interpreter, interpretation intern, and trail clean-up crew, to name a few.

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