Welcome to Orchard House, home of Louisa May Alcott
Front door knocker on Orchard House
Bronson Alcott's Concord School of Philosophy is getting a new foundation.
National Historic Register plaque for Orchard House
Window of Louisa May Alcott's Room
Our group leaving Orchard House.
Looking up at Author's Ridge in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery
Alcott Family marker
Louisa May Alcott's grave markers
Ralph Waldo Emerson family plot in Sleepy Hollow
Emerson created his own epitaph: "The passive master lent his hand to the vast soul which o'er him planned." (from his poem, The Problem).
Leaving Sleepy Hollow