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Major Concord Pamphlet Topics 

  • Emerson and Emerson family 
  • Hawthorne and Hawthorne family 
  • William Torrey Harris 
  • Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar, George Frisbie Hoar, Hoar family 
  • Edward Jarvis 
  • Thoreau, Thoreau family, Thoreau organizations 
  • Grindall Reynolds 
  • Ezra Ripley, Ripley family, Brook Farm 
  • Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, Sanborn family 
  • William Willder Wheildon 
  • A. Bronson Alcott, Louisa May Alcott, Alcott and May families 
  • Daniel Chester French, French and Cresson families 
  • Concord people ( A-Z, authors and others not assigned separate classification numbers ) 
  • Politics and government 
  • Concord Free Public Library and its predecessors 
  • Schools ( public and private ) 
  • Description ( including geology, geography, plant and animal life, and tourist guides ) 
  • History ( including extensive material on the Battle of Concord and April 19th anniversary celebrations, on the North Bridge and surrounding area, and on the Minute Man National Historical Park; also, materials on special aspects of Concord history, such as farming, transportation, and Concord Lyceum ) 
  • Historic buildings 
  • Concord organizations ( extensive material relating to Concord Antiquarian Society and Concord Museum, to Concord churches, and to a wide range of other organizations, among them the Freemasons, Social Circle, Concord Choral Club and other musical organizations, Concord Players, Concord Art Association, Concord Woman's Club, temperance organizations, Thoreau Country Conservation Alliance and Walden Woods Project, Emerson Hospital, and social service organizations such as the Concord Soldiers' Aid Society and the Concord Friendly Aid Society ) 
  • Social life ( balls and parties ) 
  • Commerce 
  • Media and communications

Retrospective online cataloging of the Concord Pamphlet Collection was funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Materials in the collection may be searched through the database of the Minuteman Library Network.