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Table of Contents September/October 2001

Embracing Life Under Difficult Circumstances
By Deborah Bier
Given the recent tragedies in New York City and Washington, DC., is a new issue of the Concord Magazine worth bothering with?

A Tour of Orchard House
By Tara Calishain
Follow this Alcott enthusiast on the fulfillment of a long-held dream: a tour of Orchard house.

What Happened to the Garden at the Buttrick Mansion?
By Joyce Miller
Once a reknowned iris garden, now a lost national treasure.

Concord Amateur Radio Emergency Response Team is Forming
Hams are asked to work with the Concord Police Department

Extraordinary Times Turn Charles Miles into a Revolutionary Hero
By D. Michael Ryan
Times of social, political, religious, and military upheaval gave this man the chance to distinguish himself.

Concord in Images: Early Fall
Thousands of pumpkins, Concord's birthday and more.

Sheep: An Old-Fashioned Technique for Tending Open Space
By Anthony Dorman.
Once upon a time, when "browser" didn't refer to the Internet....

Old News: Concord 119 Years Ago
By Ginger Allison
The Concord Freeman reports on riots at our state prison.

Handling 5000+ Negatives: The H.W. Gleason Photographic Collection
By Pam Murray
Challenge and discovery marked a year of exploration by the archivist who catalogued each image.

Bog and Soul: A Concord Experience
By Cherrie Corey
An autumn trip to Gowings Bog is a joining of body and soul.

Letters to the Editor
Our readers write: your own colorful New England fall leaves, a dear little chair, baby animals and more...

The Thoreau Almanac
A quote from any of Thoreau's writings and a seasonal Concord scene. This installment: the fall fungi and the tints of nature.

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