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.
The town in Eastern Massachusetts in which Walden Pond was located. Also the sight of the first battle of the Revolutionary War.
Train line that runs along one edge of Walden Pond, to and from Boston on a daily basis. It carries both people and freight.
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 or in the vicinity of, Concord.
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