Lexington, MA Photos

Lexington, MA centers on a triangular green where the first shots were fired in the American Revolutionary War (April 19, 1775). Heritage sites around the green include the Minuteman statue, the Buckman Tavern where Minute Men gathered before facing British troops, the Hancock-Clarke Parsonage destination of Paul Revere the night of his famous ride and other heritage New England style houses and spired churches.

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Minuteman statue by Henry H. Kitson on Lexington Battle Green. Lexington, MA.Minuteman statue by Henry H. Kitson on Lexington Battle Green. Lexington, MA.Buckman Tavern. Lexington, MA.Buckman Tavern where Minute Men gathered before facing British troops on April 19, 1775. Lexington, MA.
Minuteman statue (1900) by Henry H. Kitson on Lexington Battle Green. Lexington, MA.Minuteman statue (1900) by Henry H. Kitson on Lexington Battle Green. Lexington, MA.Buckman Tavern (1690) (1 Bedford St.). Lexington, MA. Style: Georgian.Buckman Tavern where Minute Men gathered before facing British troops on April 19, 1775. Lexington, MA.
Buckman Tavern now a historic house museum. Lexington, MA.Memorial to the Lexington Minute Men of 1775 by Bashka Paeff. Lexington, MA.Heritage building now Lexington Visitors Center. Lexington, MA.Lexington Green where first battle of Revolutionary War took place. Lexington, MA.
Buckman Tavern now a historic house museum. Lexington, MA.Memorial (1948) to the Lexington Minute Men of 1775 by Bashka Paeff. Lexington, MA.Heritage building (1875) now Lexington Visitors Center. Lexington, MA.Lexington Green where first battle of Revolutionary War took place (April 19, 1775). Lexington, MA.
Monument to Lexington Citizens who died in first battle of American Revolution. Lexington, MA.Lexington Green from rock to spire mark line where American rebels deployed to stop British advance to Concord. Lexington, MA.Rock on Lexington Green quotes Minute Man Captain Parker, "Stand your ground. Don't fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war, let it begin here.". Lexington, MA.Jonathan Harrington House & Lexington First Normal School on Lexington Green. Lexington, MA.
Monument (1799) to Lexington Citizens who died in first battle of American Revolution (1775). Lexington, MA.Lexington Green from rock to spire mark line where American rebels deployed to stop British advance to Concord. Lexington, MA.Rock on Lexington Green quotes Minute Man Captain Parker, "Stand your ground. Don't fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war, let it begin here.". Lexington, MA.Jonathan Harrington House & Lexington First Normal School on Lexington Green. Lexington, MA.
Jonathan Harrington House. Lexington, MA.Sign on House of Jonathan Harrington, who wounded on the Common dragged himself to the door & died at his wife's feet. Lexington, MA.Hancock-Clarke Parsonage Lexington Destination of Paul Revere & William Dawes who rode to warn of British. Lexington, MA.Hancock-Clarke Parsonage now a museum house. Lexington, MA.
Jonathan Harrington House (1750) (1 Harrington Rd.). Lexington, MA. Style: Georgian.Sign on House of Jonathan Harrington, who wounded on the Common (April 19, 1775) dragged himself to the door & died at his wife's feet. Lexington, MA.Hancock-Clarke Parsonage (1737) (36 Hancock St.) Lexington Destination of Paul Revere & William Dawes who rode to warn of British (April 18, 1775). Lexington, MA.Hancock-Clarke Parsonage (1737) now a museum house. Lexington, MA.
Hancock-Clarke Parsonage. Lexington, MA.Munroe Tavern now a museum. Lexington, MA.Munroe Tavern served as British Earl Percy's headquarters. Lexington, MA.Colonial flower garden with plants grown in area before 1830 at Munroe Tavern. Lexington, MA.
Hancock-Clarke Parsonage (1737). Lexington, MA.Munroe Tavern (1695) (1332 Massachusetts Ave.) now a museum. Lexington, MA.Munroe Tavern served as British Earl Percy's headquarters (April 19, 1775). Lexington, MA.Colonial flower garden with plants grown in area before 1830 at Munroe Tavern. Lexington, MA.
Colonial flower garden with plants grown in area before 1830 at Munroe Tavern. Lexington, MA.First Congregational Unitarian Church on Lexington Greens. Lexington, MA.Clock tower of First Congregational Unitarian Church. Lexington, MA.Spire of First Congregational Unitarian Church. Lexington, MA.
Colonial flower garden with plants grown in area before 1830 at Munroe Tavern. Lexington, MA.First Congregational Unitarian Church (1847) on Lexington Greens. Lexington, MA. Style: Colonial Revival.Clock tower of First Congregational Unitarian Church. Lexington, MA.Spire of First Congregational Unitarian Church. Lexington, MA.
Hancock United Church on Lexington Greens. Lexington, MA.Lexington First Normal School & Masonic Lodge. Lexington, MA.Levi Harrington & George Harrington House. Lexington, MA.Garrity House. Lexington, MA.
Hancock United Church (1892) (1912 Massachusetts Ave.) on Lexington Greens. Lexington, MA.Lexington First Normal School & Masonic Lodge (1822) (1 Hancock St.). Lexington, MA.Levi Harrington & George Harrington House (1799) (5 Harrington Rd.). Lexington, MA. Style: Federal.Garrity House (aka Col. John Parkhurst Merriam House) (1830) (9 Hancock St.). Lexington, MA.

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