12 Homes Of Famous New England Writers (PHOTOS)
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As you know, we love taking literary tours (we previously took you on the Southern Literary Trail).
Now that fall is in full swing, it's time for a quick tour of the homes of famous New England writers such as Mark Twain and Ralph Waldo Emerson.
So if you're a literature junkie and want to see the homes where some of the most iconic American books were written, check out the slideshow below.
Robert Frost House, Franconia, New Hampshire
Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House, Concord, Massachusetts
Emily Dickinson's Home, Amherst, Massachusetts
Edith Wharton's The Mount, Lenox, Massachusetts
Ralph Waldo Emerson Home, Concord MA
Herman Melville's Arrowhead, Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Wayside, Concord, Massachusetts
The one time home of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Louisa May Alcott and Margaret Sidney. <em>Flickr: Gerry Dincher</em>
Site of Thoreau's Cabin, Walden Pond, Concord, Massachusetts
Dr. Seuss Memorial, Springfield, Massachusetts
Seuss and The Cat in the Hat
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow House, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Mark Twain House & Museum, Hartford, Connecticut
Harriet Beecher Stowe Home, Hartford, Connecticut
Artemus Ward House, Waterford Maine
<a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/social/dwsanderson"><img style="float:left;padding-right:6px !important;" src="http://s.huffpost.com/images/profile/user_placeholder.gif" /></a><a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/social/dwsanderson">dwsanderson</a>:<br />Home of the great Civil War humorist Charles Farrar Browne aka Artemus Ward, Lincoln's favorite, a necessary site given President Obama's interest in Lincoln. Photo from an early postcard, the house still very much the same, on the Green at Waterford, Maine. Artemus is buried nearby at Elm Vale Cemetary. He confirmed his lineage: "I was born in Maine, of parents," he said.