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Paul Revere

History Presentation Quarter 3

Zach Young

on 20 February 2012

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Paul Revere Early Years Went to North Writing School Birth: December, 1734 Born in Boston, Massachusetts Second oldest child in his family Learned silversmithing from his father His father died when Paul was nineteen Most Important Ideas "The British are coming. One if by land, two if by sea." Famous Quotes Boston Massacre Revolutionary War Boston Tea Party Died May 10, 1818 Later Years Three World Events During His Lifetime The End He was a messenger in the battles of Lexington and Concord He helped organize an intelligence and alarm system to keep watch on the British military He told the patriots "The regulars are coming!" ''We are now going towards your friends, and if you attempt to run, or we are insulted, we will blow your brains out.'' Said to Paul Revere: Refering to signal Other Information Involved in the Sons of Liberty He never actually said "The British are coming." He said "The regulars are coming." Later became interested in other metals such as iron and brass His name used to be Paul Revoire, but he changed it When British soldiers shot into a crowd of colonists When patriots raided a British tea ship in retaliation to the tea act When the 13 colonies declared war on Great Britain On a rating scale of 1-10, I would rate Paul Revere a 9 Rating I give him a 9 because he alarmed the patriots of the British military, he participated in the Boston Tea Party, and he kept going on after his father died Boston Tea Party Battles of Lexington and Concord Midnight Ride Major Events Involved Helped raid the British tea ship with the patriots dressed as Native Americans. Rode to Concord to warn the colonists of the British military coming Served in the military and went on his famous Midnight Ride If Paul Revere didn't alarm the colonists, then the British would've taken Concord and probably won the Revolutionary War. How These Major Events Affect Us Today We would be under British rule
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