Tolman, George. Events of April Nineteenth, Read before the Concord Antiquarian Society. Concord: Concord Antiquarian Society, (1902). 
Gray printed wrappers, a few small stains, a couple of nicks to the edge of the wrappers. 6 x 9 inches, b/w plate of an old engraving depicting the British entering Concord. 36 clean pp., end papers fore and aft filled with local adverts. Good. Pamphlet.
Date taken from Executive Committee for 1901-2, on verso of tp. Printed by the Patriot Press, Concord.
An account of the battle at Concord by one who made the town his life study.
George Tolman (1836-1909). Historian, antiquarian, and genealogist of Concord, Mass.; Secretary of Concord Antiquarian Society; editor of New England Farmer. Born in Roxbury, Mass., in 1836; died in Concord, 1909. Attended Harvard College..Compiled catalog of Concord Antiquarian Society holdings, published by Society in 1911. Society also published Tolman's lectures before it, including "John Jack, the Slave, and Daniel Bliss, the Tory" (read 1889, published ). Tolman was chiefly responsible for compiling Concord, Massachusetts, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1635-1850 (printed 1895). He prepared an annotated manuscript transcription of Concord gravestone inscriptions (the inscriptions copied from the stones 1873, the completed work added to the Concord Free Public Library 1883/84). - from the description of George Tolman Papers, held by the Concord Public Library.