Paul Revere rode into Lexington to warn the colonists. That's where the saying "The British are coming" comes from.
Paul Revere rode to warn Lexington and Concord that the Britsh were marching their way.
William Dawes rode with him on the night he went to warn Lexington and Concord that the British where coming.
Paul Revere - A member of the Minutemen - rode to warn Patriots that the British were coming by sea.
he rode to lexington and warned the people the The British were coming
Paul Revere was a colonist from Boston. He and two other men rode the horse to Lexington and Concord to warn the colonists that the British were coming to arrest Samuel Adam, and also to take away the colonist's war supplies. Paul Revere rode a horse to warn the colonists at midnight. When the British arrived, they were surprised because the Minutemen were already knew their secret plans.
Two patriots also rode out to warn the militia.
April 18, 1775, Paul Revere and other colonists learned of the British plan to capture John Hancock and Samuel Adams and to raid the colonists military supplies, so they rode ahead and alerted the minutemen.
They rode to alert the colonists of the arrival of British troops.
he rode to Lexington and warned people that the British wee coming so that they could be prepared.
He rode from charelston to lexington on the night of April 18th, 1775. To warn the countyside the british were coming.
Paul Revere rode into Lexington to inform Hancock and Adams to raise the warning that the British were marching toward them.
Paul Revere rode to warn the people in Lexington and Concord that the British were coming.
Paul Revere rode to lexington tow warn Samuel Adams and John Hancock that the British were coming to Lexington. Adams and Hancock got away safely
Samuel Prescott not Paul Revere