Globe West section has a fine piece by Nancy Shohet West on Concord's antislavery history. Excellent illustrations, brief descriptions of 13 tour sites, and nice historical context and interviews. Can't resist snarky comment on "And then as early as the 1800s, anti-slavery groups and the abolitionist movement started taking hold in town." Not a moment too soon; guess some weren't convinced until the 1900s.
Added by Marilyn Richardson on September 23, 2010 at 10:02 —