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Located a mile from Concord's Monument Square, The Wayside is a National Historic Landmark that was home to three of America's most famous literary figures: Louisa May Alcott, Margaret Sidney and Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Located just ten miles south of Boston in the city of Quincy, Adams National Historical Park is the birthplace of presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams and was home to four generations of the Adams family.
Located at 44 Hull Street in the North End of Boston, the Skinny House is well-known for being Boston's most narrow house. According to legend, the house was built by a soldier returning from the Civil War.
During the 19th century, world–renowned poet Henry W. Longfellow lived at what is now known as the Longfellow House-Washington's Headquarters National Historic Site. This beautify home also served as George Washington's headquarters during 1775 - 1776.
Located at 40 French Street in Boston, the The Patrick J. Morgan Cultural Center was once a corporation boarding house block for young ladies working in the textile mills. It's named after Dr. Patrick J. Mogan who was an educator and public visionary.
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