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Captain William Smith House along the Battle Road Trail at Minute Man National Historical Park in Lincoln, Massachusetts during the winter months. Believed to have built been around 1692, and restored by the National Park Service in the 1980s to its 1775 appearance, Captain William Smith was the commanding officer of the Lincoln Minute Men on April 19, 1775 (battles of Lexington and Concord, which marks the beginning of the American Revolutionary War).
Title: Captain William Smith House - Lincoln, Massachusetts

Description: Captain William Smith House along the Battle Road Trail at Minute Man National Historical Park in Lincoln, Massachusetts during the winter months. Believed to have built been around 1692, and restored by the National Park Service in the 1980s to its 1775 appearance, Captain William Smith was the commanding officer of the Lincoln Minute Men on April 19, 1775 (battles of Lexington and Concord, which marks the beginning of the American Revolutionary War).

Location: Lincoln, Massachusetts, United States

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