Paul Revere left for Lexington, Massachusetts on the evening of April 18, 1775. This became known as the 'Midnight Ride.'
He got captured by the british
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Revere rode from Boston, Mass to go to Lexington and Concord. He never finished the ride. Out side of Lexington he was arrested and his horse taken from him. Dawes and Prescott finished the ride. We only know about him because Longfellow in his poem wrote about the "midnight ride of Paul Revere."
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At Sundown. O.o Jk. He went at night. That's the point of it being called the "Midnight Ride".
William Dawes and Samuel Prescott.
He rode a horse to go tell some Americans that the red coats or lobsters whatever are coming so theres your answer hope your happy
Paul Revere and Samuel Adams were successful in portraying violence in Boston as: B.An attack by soldiers on peaceful colonists.
Paul Revere did not actually go to college. He was apprenticed by his father.
yes Paul Revere was an American soldier go Paul
during the midnight ride, Paul revere ran into trouble, trouble being the British. some British watchmen are posted in some places, or are patrolling some of Massachusetts. until, Prescott decided to help Dawes and Paul, they were surrounded by British soldier's, and Prescott agreed to go warn the rest of the patriotic public people.
A new ride that increased public spending. The 'Bumper Cars' AKA 'The Dodgems' was a huge revolution for American people. With Paul Revere inventing the technology for it to work, along side brother Peter Revere decorating early prototypes, the pair became millionaires in just 5 years of releasing the patents for this ride. 30% of all profits from the sale of this ride around the world today, go to the Revere Trust Fund which aims to provide elderly peoples rides at funfairs, due to ageism complaints regarding the accessibility for such rides.
he never went to jail, he was merely kept for the night of his ride, in a camp with British soldiers, who let him go in the morning.
Paul Revere went to school at the North Writing School. He learned the art of gold and silversmithing from his father. His father is Appollos Rivoire (Revere.) Paul became a silversmith.
Yes.The British let Paul Revere go and he had to return without his horse.
Paul Revere was a silversmith from Boston Massachusetts, some accoplishments are that he said that "the british are coming, the british are coming" and if Pual Revere, William Dawes, and and Samuel Prescott didn't go around at midnight and say that we would be ruled by Britain right now.
Paul Revere didn't actually go to college; he just became his father's apprentice and then took over the business when his father died.
He was the father of Paul Revere. Apollos Rivoire changed his name to Paul Revere and named his son after him. this answer is wrong dont go to this site
Because they were really good friends of Paul Revere. They were really good patriots
He did not. Revere was a silversmith.
he went crying for mommy
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Paul Revere went to the North Writing School and he was an apprentice to his father, who taught him the art of gold and silver smithing, he was also taught how to engrave.
Yes, he did go to school. He went to the North Writing School.