Town of Concord
Official web site for the Town of Concord.
The Cemetery Division of the Public Works Department maintains all the town's cemeteries including Sleepy Hollow, Old Hill Burying Ground and South Burying Place.
The Library maintains a special collection of historical artifacts including a database of grave markers.
The historic home of the extraordinary Alcott family, where Louisa May Alcott wrote and set Little Women.
The museum houses a collection of Americana from three centuries of life in Concord.
The life and works of Henry David Thoreau are remembered by the Thoreau Society.
Chesterwood is the country home and studio of the sculptor Daniel Chester French.
Formerly the Drinking Gourd Project, this organization is focused on on raising awareness of Concord’s African and Abolitionist history from the 17th through the 19th centuries.
Where Concord's Legends Lie
Yankee Magazine recently published this article on Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.