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The Robbins House, Concord

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The Robbins House is a Concord-based nonprofit organization focused on raising awareness of Concord’s African, African-American, and Antislavery history from the 17th through the 19th centuries. Our mission is to reveal the little known African American history of Concord and its regional and national importance. Our vision is to inspire conversation, expand understanding and contribute to a better society.

Our goals are:

To unearth and disseminate the stories of Concord’s earliest African Americans (particularly residents of African descent in the 19th century Robbins House);

To create educational resources based upon the experience of Concord’ early African Americans; and

To promote dialogue about social justice.
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  • Great exhibits on some interesting individuals who were important to the area; successful; and fascinating to learn about. Picnic tables nearby. 
    Great exhibits on some interesting individuals who were important to the area; successful; and fascinating to learn about. Picnic tables nearby.  more »
  • This is a small rectangular house and was built in the early 1820s. We learned that this was not the original location for it. It was on an isolated farm overlooking the Great Meadows along the... 
    This is a small rectangular house and was built in the early 1820s. We learned that this was not the original location for it. It was on an isolated farm overlooking the Great Meadows along the...  more »
  • We didn't know about this site until we came across it while visiting the Minute Man National Park. The historical significance of this site is related to events that occurred well after the... 
    We didn't know about this site until we came across it while visiting the Minute Man National Park. The historical significance of this site is related to events that occurred well after the...  more »
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  • It was absolutely a must see for anyone interested in American Black History. I'm glad that the house is now open to the public! The historians are very knowledgeable happy to share their knowledge to everyone!
  • Interesting bit of history while in town touring American Revolution sites.
  • Providing a view into an untold part of our American history - great exhibits!
  • Great to learn a little bit more about history and honored to work at this site installing Bell sculpture
  • Didn't go in, but looked in the windows... pretty cool. A lot of information boards outside and a cool brass bell from Trinidad

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