Grave of British Soldier

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UploadedSeptember 4, 2010
TakenFebruary 25, 2010
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D80
Exposure1/125 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length44 mm
ISO180

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On April 19: "Shot Heard Around the World"; British and American soldiers exchanged fire in the Massachusetts towns of Lexington and Concord. On the night of April 18, the royal governor of Massachusetts, General Thomas Gage, commanded by King George III to suppress the rebellious Americans, had ordered 700 British soldiers, under Lieutenant Colonel Francis Smith and Marine Major John Pitcairn, to seize the colonists' military stores in Concord, some 20 miles west of Boston. A system of signals and word-of-mouth communication set up by the colonists was effective in forewarning American volunteer militia men of the approach of the British troops. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem "Paul Revere's Ride" tells how a lantern was displayed in the steeple of Christ Church on the night of April 18, 1775, as a signal to Paul Revere and others.
Gravestone of an unknown British soldier wounded at the Lexington Battle Green on April 19th. Gravestone was replaced and is in the Old Burying Grounds, Lexington, MA

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