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Concord, MA

TOWN

Official Website:
http://www.concordma.gov/

Chamber of Commerce:
http://www.concordchamberofcommerce.org/

Population:
17,668 (2010 census)

Founding Date:
1635 (settled and incorporated)

County:
Middlesex County

SCHOOLS

SchoolFounded
Middlesex School
1901

BIRTHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Paget Brewster
Actor
10-Mar-1969   Emily Prentiss on Criminal Minds
Steve Carell
Comic
16-Aug-1962   Office manager at Dunder-Mifflin
Bob Diamond
Business
27-Jul-1951   Group CEO at Barclays, 2011-12
Tom Glavine
Baseball
25-Mar-1966   Pitcher, Atlanta Braves
George F. Hoar
Politician
29-Aug-1826 30-Sep-1904 US Senator from Massachusetts, 1877-1904
Henry David Thoreau
Author
12-Jul-1817 6-May-1862 Walden
Gordon S. Wood
Historian
27-Nov-1933   The Creation of the American Republic
Robert W. Wood
Physicist
2-May-1868 11-Aug-1955 Physical Optics

DEATHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bronson Alcott
Educator
29-Nov-1799 4-Mar-1888 Founder of Boston's Temple School
Robert Cutler
Government
12-Jun-1895 8-May-1974 1950s National Security Advisor
Walter D. Edmonds
Novelist
15-Jul-1903 24-Jan-1998 Drums Along the Mohawk
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Essayist
25-May-1803 27-Apr-1882 Essayist, wrote Nature
George Russell Harrison
Physicist
14-Jul-1898 27-Jul-1979 Echelle spectrograph
H. Gobind Khorana
Scientist
9-Jan-1922 9-Nov-2011 RNA's role in protein synthesis
Henry David Thoreau
Author
12-Jul-1817 6-May-1862 Walden
Sinclair Weeks
Government
15-Jun-1893 7-Feb-1972 US Commerce Secretary, 1953-58



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