Concord and Salem


Wayside (the Bronson Alcotts' and then the Nathaniel Hawthornes' house)

Hawthorne's tower

Orchard House (next door to Wayside), where Alcotts moved and Louisa May lived till her death

The Old Manse (where the Emersons and Hawthornes lived, and where Hawthorne wrote Mosses from an Old Manse)


The House of the Seven Gables

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