CITIZEN-SOLDIERS OF SUDBURY, 1775 - WHO THEY WERE AND THE WAYS THEY WENT
Who were the over 250 Sudbury Citizen-Soldiers who left their homes in the early hours of April 19, 1775 to answer the call to arms and march to Concord? What was the route like and what happened when they got to Concord? Meenan and Quintal will capture that historic day with a creative approach and explanation of what really happened. For over 50 years the Sudbury Company of Minute and Militia have faithfully recreated the march to Concord ONLY on April 19th.
The public is welcome to attend, step back in time, and find out about one of the largest contingents that marched on April 19, 1775. Companies of Militia, Minute and Horse from both sides of the Sudbury River, now Wayland and Sudbury, joined the battle through Concord and Lexington, as the British Regulars Retreated from Barrett’s Farm and the North Bridge to Charlestown.
Refreshments will be served. The program is free to all. Refreshments will be served. Donations to support the work of the Sudbury Historical Society, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting an awareness of local history, are always welcome. For further information contact the Historical Society at 978-443-3747 or via e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org