Minute Man National Historic Park

Lexington, MA

While historians and archaeologists agree that on April 19, 1775 Captain John Parker encountered a British column on its famous march from Concord back to back to Boston, plenty of speculation still surrounds the facts relating to the battle known as Parker’s Revenge.

Managed by the National Parks Service as part of the Minute Man National Historical Park, the site of the battle fortunately still had plenty to tell us about that single day that would help shape a nation. Naturally, this made Feldman very proud to work on the site—3d laser scanning, and supporting the precision geophysical investigations with survey control.

In supporting the Parker Revenge project, Feldman’s work will now help the National Parks Service both better preserve and tell the story of Parker’s Revenge for generations to come.