Paul Revere's account of his ride

Revere, Paul
August 2017
Paul Revere's Account of his Ride;8/1/2017, p1
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Presents the text of the author's account of his famous ride, as taken down in 1775. His alerting of Lexington, Massachusetts to the landing of the British army in Boston, and the army's move to the Boston Common; His capture by British officers; Closing comments.


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