The words associated as a historic utterance by Paul Revere were actually the creation of poet Henry Longfellow. In "Paul Revere's Ride," the poet gave the patriot this famous line: "One if by land, and two if by sea..." More »

On the night of April 18, 1775, Paul Revere said, "The British are coming!" He used the line to warn John Hancock and Samuel Adams of the impending British attack. More »

Paul Revere, who lived from 1734 to 1818, played a crucial role in the American colonies' fight for independence from the British crown. He is most known for his Midnight Ride on April 18, 1775, where he rode by horse fr... More »

Paul Revere made his famous ride on April 18, 1775, a Tuesday evening. He was tasked with warning Samuel Adams and John Hancock that they were in danger of being arrested by British troops. More »

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Paul Revere, who lived from 1734 to 1818, played a crucial role in the American colonies' fight for independence from the British crown. He is most known for his Midnight Ride on April 18, 1775, where he rode by horse fr... More »

Paul Revere was a goldsmith, engraver, dentist and industrialist. His hardware factory produced bells for churches and cannons for the military, and he opened the first rolled-copper mill in North America. 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 »