Who is Paul Revere?

Paul Revere was born in the North End in December 1734. Revere was son of Apollos Rivoire, a French Protestant. Revere was a poet and he went on the famous midnight ride. Revere was part of the Maccachsetts Bay Colony. Revere was a French Protestant immigrant just like his dad. He was also a silversmith. Revere engraved the Bloody Massacre (aka the Boston Massacre). Paul Revere wasn't the only one on the midnight ride there was William Dawes, Dr. Samuel Prescott and the British Patrol were on the move crossing the Charlestown river with big Revolutionary War Ships. Revere told his friend a sextion of the Old North Church and 1 if by land and 2 if by sea. The British had Boston under curfew. So, when it was nightime Revere went to borrow a horse named Brown Beauty who was the fastest horse and Revere was a too skillful rider and the British didn't catch him the first time. Revere triggered the shooting war on April 19, 1775, when he warned the Minutemen of Massachusetts that the British were marching from Boston to seize American gunpowder and amunition in Concord. Paul Revere was captured by a British mounted patrot. William Dawes got away and warned all of Concord after Revere got captured. His warning was spread through the country side by other riders. Revre was a talented Silversmith and a dedicated patriot who participated in a number of actions. Revere in the Revolutionary War his Nickname was the Messanger of the Revolution.
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