Table Of Contents
2. All About Paul Revere
3. Woken up
chapter 1. All About the Revolutionary War
chapter 2. All About Paul Revere
chapter 3. Woken Up
I'm seventeen and now old enough to fight the British.I grabbed a musket and walked out the door and to the nearest camp. I was now a minute man and me and my group walked north for about seven miles until we saw the British. I almost puked on the guy in front of me. The shooting started. I got shot through the arm. I retreated back to safety. Our captain shouted " retreat! " The battle had ended. I walked home. I yeld " Mom! " but no one answered. I walked into the house and no one was there. I saw a note on the table in German writing. I assumed my Mom was captured. I fell to my knees and started crying. I grabbed my musket and ran out the door. I followed the footprints for about nine miles until I got there. I hid behind a tree. I saw my Mom yelling for help. I snuck into the base and hit the hostage keeper in the back of the head and grabbed his keys and freed my Mom. I fought my way out of there with my Mom. Free at last.
chapter 4. Revolutionary War Essay
A huge part of the Revolutionary War is Paul Revere's midnight ride because history would be a lot different, he went to a lot of battles and most of all because h rode on horse back yelling " the British are coming! "
one reason that A huge part of the Revolutionary War was Paul Revere's midnight ride is that history would be a lot different if he didn't go on his ride. For example, we could still be ruled by the king.
Another reason that A huge part of the Revolutionary War was Paul Revere's midnight ride. He went to a lot of battles. For example, if he didn't go to all those battles he wouldn't have ever known about the battles so he wouldn't no to warn us. Although a huge part of the Revolutionary War was Paul Revere's midnight ride because history would have been a lot different if he didn't go on his journey and because he went to a lot of battles, especially Paul Revere's midnight ride was a huge part in history because he rode on his on horse back telling people the British are coming. For example, a lot of people could have died.
So now you see why a huge part of the Revolutionary war was Paul Revere's midnight ride and how history could have been a lot different.