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Table of Contents - Autumn, 2007
(Updated November 30, 2007)

november is Concord & Christmas: Regardeth the Day -- Or Not
By D. Michael Ryan
(New) We've come a VERY long way from the time when the "keeping" Christmas was actually forbidden

About this Autumn Issue of the Concord Magazine
By Deborah Bier
(Updated November 30) Announcing an experiment -- and a new approach to publishing an issue of this ezine... Plus: What just about everyone missed!

Online Concord Holiday Shopping
(New) Shamelessly promoting local products that benefit this website

The Amazing History of "Hangar 24"
By the Concord Historical Commission
(Updated November 30) The secret history of Concord's role in the Technology Revolution can now be revealed!

Concord Strengthening Its Emergency Response Programs
(New) Creating a Medical Reserve Corps, plus taking Mass Decontamination to places its never been before.

In History's Embrace: What Makes a "Concordian"?
Leslie Perrin Wilson
(New) What does it mean to be a Concordian? A new book sheds some light...

Farming in Concord in the Second Half of the 19th Century
By Joseph C. Wheeler
The late 19th century Concord agricultural community was a hotbed of new technology and research

The Rachel's Box Project
Founded in Concord 20 years ago, this anti-domestic violence project continues to make a difference

Thank You!
Much gratitude to Sallie Satterthwaite for her careful proofing work on this edition!
Reconstructing Thoreau's World Through the Eyes of a Local Photographer
"Just in the nick of time," Concordian Esther Anderson documented Thoreau's disappearing landscape

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