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Born in 1734 in Boston, Paul Revere grew up to be a gold- and silversmith like his father. Years before he joined the Boston Tea Party and warned of the approach of British soldiers during the Revolutionary War, he atten... More »

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Paul Revere had 16 children, 11 of whom survived to adulthood. He had eight children with his first wife, Sarah Orne. Following Sarah's death, Revere married Rachel Walker with whom he had another eight children. More »

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Kid-friendly resources about Paul Revere are growing in number and availability, from historical fiction books such as "Rush Revere and the American Revolution" to animated videos such as "Liberty's Kids," to an interact... More »

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Paul Revere's accomplishments range from acting as a silversmith, dentist, artist and soldier, to playing an important role in political leadership, business, and running the first recorded patriot intelligence network. ... More »

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Fun facts about Paul Revere include that he used his silversmith skills to practice amateur dentistry, wiring dentures made from animal teeth or walrus tusks into his patients' mouths. According to legend, he made wooden... More »

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Paul Revere became famous when he rode through Lexington, Mass., on horseback to warn residents and Lexington Militiamen of the approaching British forces in 1775. Revere created a system that used lanterns to alert the ... More »

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Paul Revere died of natural causes on May 10, 1818. He died at his home in Boston, Massachusetts, and his grave is located at the Granary Burying Ground on Tremont Street. More »

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