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    who Paul Revere is in the years before 1860 was very unlikely. One of the biggest reasons why he is so famous today was published as a poem in that year. The poem, written by Henry Longfellow, describes Revere’s dramatic horseback ride to the town of Lexington, Virginia, as he warns the minutemen around the area of the coming of the British. If it wasn’t for this notable poem, the American’s story and name would have never been brought to light by the American people over 200 years later. Paul Revere

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    The Paul Revere

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    lieutenant of artillery to a silversmith, Paul Revere is a man of many talents. He had a bigger impact on American history then just exclaiming, “The British are coming,” though. Paul Revere is important to American society because of his participation in politics, community affairs, and wars and his craftsmanship. Paul Revere was born in Boston, Massachusetts on January 1, 1735. Revere was born to Apollos Rivoire, who later changed his name to Paul, and Deborah Hichman. Deborah had grew up

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    Paul Revere Paul Revere was a man of many talents, a “Jack Of All Trades” if you will. Patriot, silversmith, engraver, and republican, he was destined to be a hero. Born to parents Apollos De Rivoire, a French Huguenot, and Deborah Hitchbourn, Paul Revere came into the world on January 1, 1735 in Boston Massachusetts. Clark’s Wharf is where the Reveres resided now. The third born of eight children Revere learned early the lesson of perseverance, a lesson that would be an important in his later

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    Paul Revere Contributions

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    Paul Revere’s contributions before and during the American Revolution were so important that without them the history of the United States could be very different today. As a member of the Sons of Liberty and founder of the “Mechanics”, Revere was successful employing propaganda, code and cipher, and an early warning system to aid colonists in the defeat of the British. However, it is Paul Revere’s midnight ride, warning of the British advance on Lexington and Concord, that he is most remembered

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    Essay On Paul Revere

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    Hour 20 December 2016 Paul Revere “There’s a time for casting silver; a time for casting cannon. If that isn’t in the red, it should be!”There’s is a time for making money and there’s a time to go to war. His early life,the cause of why he joined the war, roles in the war, and after the war he was an inspiring person. Paul Revere’s early life was very interesting. According to “Reveres Early Life”, Paul Revere was born on January 1, 1735 in Boston’s North End. Paul Revere was the main source of

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    Paul Revere was born January 1, 1735, born in Boston, Massachusetts. He is the son of Apollos Rivoire who was a French immigrant who had come to America at age 13 and Paul’s mother, Deborah Hichbron, was a Boston native and the daughter of an artisan family. He grew up with 11 other siblings in his family and he was the 2nd oldest. Paul’s dad passed away when Paul was 19 years old. Therefore leaving him the responsibilities of the house and care for Deborah and Paul’s siblings. Paul attended the

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    Paul Revere Diary Entry

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    Paul revere Diary October 7, 1773: Today was a normal day at work. Not much excitement from being a silversmith. In the news there has been rising tension in the past days between us [The Patriots] and the British. The days are numbered until something happens. December 17, 1773: Yesterday, was a big day for the sons of liberty. All of the colonies have just been sent tons of tea from the East India Company and mosts of the colonists didn't like it because it was yet another example of Britain’s

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    stretching of what really went down is the ride of Paul Revere. Most have heard of how Paul managed to ride on horseback through the colonies in the middle of the night yelling, “The British are coming!” He managed to warn the two towns of the oncoming threat with this brave and gallant act. However, the truth of this historical act is very different from the fantasy world which has been around it. The first truth that helps to debunk the Paul Revere myth is that “…the trip was conducted as quietly

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    content that was printed in the newspaper was not always true. Even though it was not like by the government the colonists like the newspapers. The newspaper would show dramatize images to get the colonists to buy their newspaper just as patriot Paul Revere did for the printing of the Boston Massacre. He showed and exaggerated image of what had happened at the Boston Massacre. The newspaper that was published based on the Boston Massacre change the way some people saw Great Britain. There was a mob

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    The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere Essay

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    In 1860, less than one hundred years after the event in which it is based on, the Midnight Ride of Paul Revere was immortalized in a children’s poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The poem became an instant classic and is mostly remembered by the opening line, “Listen my children and you shall hear, of the midnight ride of Paul Revere.” Written at a time when the United States was on the brink of a Civil War, it made some accurate accounts of what happened that night however, it was a children’s

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