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Henry David Thoreau
The significant events and accomplishments in Henry David Thoreau's life.
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David Henry Thoreau was born in Concord, Massachusetts.
Henry David Thoreau's death.
Henry moved to Chelmsford, Massachusetts.
Thoreau moves to Boston.
Henry finally returns to Concord.
Thoreau enrolls in Concord Academy
Thoreau attends Harvard University
Thoreau is inspired by the famous, "The American Scholar," speech by Emerson and introduces himself.
Henry leads his old academy, Concord Academy.
The Dial is founded.
Thoreau lives with Emerson.
John Thoreau Jr. dies
Graduates from Harvard.
Thoreau has finished his cabin in Walden Pond.
Thoreau ends his adventure and leaves Walden Pond.
He was jailed for not paying his poll tax.
"Civil Disobedience" is published.
Thoreau publishes, "A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers."
Thoreau hides slaves in his household, despite the Fugitive Slave Law.
Walden gets published.
Thoreau writes, "A Plea for John Brown."
His health declines.
He returns to Walden Pond for his last visit.
During his break from Harvard, he taught students at a school in Canton, Massachusetts.
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