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    Midnight Ride of Paul Revere I remember this picture from my grade school history book, one of my very first history books. I'll never forget the words and pictures of that introduction to American history. Happy Fourth of July! 2013

  • Rachel Alexander

    Paul Revere rides

  • Rhian Non

    Learn about the Tea Acts, hear how Sam Adams led the Sons of Liberty, and find out how Paul Revere alerted the minutemen for battle. This song also covers the war tactics employed by the colonists during the Revolutionary War, allowing them to hold strong against the powerful and better-prepared British army. Click through for this Rap song....

  • Kerri

    On April 18, 1775, American colonist Paul Revere took his famous Midnight Ride warning the people of Massachusetts that "The British are coming! The British are coming!"

  • Jens Foreman

    Paul Revere was a big part in the American revolution. He was two other men rode in the night to inform the militia. Two lanterns hung up meant that the British were coming by boat

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