Concord

Concord is famous as a center for American literature. Transcendentalist author Ralph Waldo Emerson had roots in Concord and moved there in 1835. He created a literary circle around him including Nathaniel Hawthorne; Bronson Alcott, the father of Louisa May Alcott; and Henry David Thoreau, who famously lived on Walden Pond in Concord. The town is also famous as a host of the Battle of Lexington and Concord, the first battle in the Revolutionary War, and for the invention of the Concord grape by Ephraim Bull. Concord District Court is located in Concord and serves multiple cities and towns in Middlesex County. Attorney the attorney is well-known for her aggressive defense of clients in Concord District Court and all other Massachusetts courts.

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