These are pictures from Battle Road (Lexington and Concord), April 19, 2003. The first set of pictures were taken by my friend Zach with my camera, the second set were taken by my father with his camera (he also supplied the captions).
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|The road near Hartwell's Tavern.||Zach's nephew Jamie looks on from behind a wall.||The troops march in.||A few colonials behind a wall.||The 4th of Foot prepares to deliver a sharp volley.|
|The battle at Tower Park. Reb and I can be indistinctly seen in the middle background.||The Royal Marines near the Charles River||The Royal Marines marching||The British retreat across the Charles|
|The 13th Massachusetts formed up near Meriam's House.||A fife and drum corps||A fife and drum corps||A fife and drum corps||Reb near Hartwell House|
|David near Hartwell House||Old coot with pipe near Hartwell House||Some men on road near Hartwell House||Distant view of militia near Hartwell House||Skirmishers in field near Hartwell House|
|Regulars retreating, east of Bloody Angle||Throwing out a flanking party||Militia opposing flanking party||Flanking party preparing to advance||Flanking party advancing|
|Regulars fighting their way down the road||Ready to continue the retreat||Mrs. Hartwell's oxcart||Percy's relief in Lexington||Percy's relief in Lexington|
|The Royal Irish Artillery in Lexington||The Royal Irish Artillery in Lexington||The Royal Irish Artillery in Lexington||Some of the regulars have almost reached their artillery||The Royal Irish Artillery in Lexington|
|Two mounted officers (is one Lord Percy?)||After a round of artillery fire|