The Concord School House and Upper Burying Ground of Germantown

Established in 1693, the Upper Burying Ground is one of the two oldest cemeteries in Germantown and one of the oldest in the Philadelphia region. The Concord School House, built in 1775 and expanded in 1818, is an intact nineteenth-century schoolroom which occupies a corner of the Burying Ground.

Jahzeer Terrell as Frederick Douglass, July 4, 2020

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December 2020: A Wish for Concord

Historic photograph of Concord School House
Entryway to Concord School House
View of Upper Burying Ground, Revolutionary War graves, and Concord School House
Visitors listening to the Concord School House bell
Interior view of the Concord School House
View of Upper Burying Ground and Concord School House