Paul Revere

Haley fresch

Introduction

You all might be familiar with Paul Revere he was in the Boston tea party on December 16, 1773. He was also in the midnight ride in April 18, 1775. And I will talk about his early life. Do any of you know about Paul Revere's early life? Because I will be talking about what his child hood was like. Read on to find out. In this paragraph I am going to be talking about Paul Revere during the Boston tea party during December 16, 1773 and what he had a part in. Last I will be talking about be talking about the midnight ride that took place during April 18, 1775 and why the midnight ride is famous. Know I will be talking about his early life and what he did read on to find out.

Early life

Do any of you know about Paul Reveres early life? Because I will be talking about Pauls early life. Read on to find out.

Did you know that if things were different in Pauls life his name would have been named Apollas Rivorie because that was his French fathers name. At the age of thirteen Paul Revere's parents sent him to his uncle Simons house that lives on an island in Guernsey. Paul Revere's parents were always trying to keep Paul safe. Uncle Simon thought that Paul would have more approtunitys for Paul Neptlent in the new land of America. When Paul Revere was a little older he was or became a silver smith.

Midnight ride

In this paragraph I am going to be talking about the midnight ride that took place on April 18, 1773.

Paul Revere did not get to finish the midnight ride becuse he was stopped by British patrols. Paul Revere rode on the midnight ride with John Handcock and Samual Adums. There were also a poam written about the midnight ride and also a song to. The midnight ride ended when Paul Revere died.

Boston tea party

In this paragraph I am going to be talking about Paul Revere and the Boston tea party in December 18, 1773. The Boston tea party all started when people were shining yellow glowing lights. In the 1600s English citizens started to travel to America because they said that they wanted (FREEDOM). English citizens did not want to pay taxes. The colonists did not want to pay British goods because the members called them self, " Sons of Liberty," the Americans and Englind were forcing them to pay taxes.

Conclusion

I hope you learned a lot about the midnight ride and the Boston tea party and Pauls early life. I hope you know more about what happened in the midnight ride and what he had a place in. I wanted you to enjoy the Paragraph about Pauls early life. I hope you think about Paul in the Boston tea party to. A lot of people know about Paul and know you know about him to now go tell your friends what you learned about the Boston tea party, midnight ride and Pauls early life.

Paul Revere

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