Come along on a literary tour of Concord, Massachusetts. We’ll visit Walden Pond, see a replica of Thoreau’s cabin, stroll Ralph Waldo Emerson’s neighborhood where the Transcendentalist met, visit Nathaniel Hawthorne’s attic tower, and find out how Little Women saved Louisa May Alcott’s family.
In this vlog:
- Walden Pond
- Thoreau’s Original Cabin Site, where Henry David Thoreau wrote Walden, Or a Life in the Woods
- Thoreau’s Replica Cabin
- Ralph Waldo Emerson’s House
- The Wayside, home to the Alcotts, Hawthornes, and Lathrops
- Orchard House, home of Louisa May Alcott and the basis of Little Women
- Author’s Ridge in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, final resting place of Thoreau, Emerson, Hawthorne, and Alcott
For links and more information about these destinations check out this vlog’s corresponding blog post A Literary Tour of Concord & Walden Pond.