Walden Pond - The pond in Concord, Massachusetts on which Thoreau built his cabin and squatted for two years.
The Hollowell Place - A farm which Thoreau bought before he began his time at Walden. He had just begun to plant a garden when the former owner's wife asked for the place back. Thoreau rejected the ten dollars the former owner offered him in return for the farm.
Concord - The town in Eastern Massachusetts in which Walden Pond was located. Also the sight of the first battle of the Revolutionary War.
Fitchburg Railroad - Train line that runs along one edge of Walden Pond, to and from Boston on a daily basis. It carries both people and freight.
Lexington - A town bordering Concord, also the site of the first battle of the Revolutionary War.
Sudbury, Acton, Bedford and Weston - Four towns which border on...
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