Deposition vs Paul Revere's Ride

Deposition vs Paul Revere's Ride

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  • Look at that big ship!
  • Paul Revere, who is on a mission to go to Lexington and Concord, sees two lanterns by the Old North Church signaling that the Redcoats are coming by sea. The lantern signals were both in the deposition and in the poem.
  • Hi! I am Paul Revere.
  • Hi! I am Dr. Prescott.
  • Hi! I am Mr. Daws.
  • There are 500 American soldiers coming to fight!!!
  • Paul Revere is rowed across to Charles River and sees a British Man-of-war ship according to the deposition. In the poem Paul Revere rows himself across the river.
  • Hear those gunshots? The battle of Lexington and Concord has begun!!!
  • Once at Charlestown, Paul Revere gets a horse and sets of for Medford. While on the way Revere is chased by two British Officers. In the poem he was never chased by British Officers.
  • BANG!!! BLAM!!! BOOM!!!
  • We are free!!!!
  • At Medford, Paul Revere warns everybody that the British are coming and meets up with Dr. Prescott and Mr. Daws. In the poem Paul Revere never meets with Dr. Prescott and Mr. Daws thus, he is the only rider.
  • On the way to Concord Revere, Prescott, and Daws are captured by British soldiers, however Dr. Prescott escapes. Paul Revere tells the soldiers of five hundred Americans coming to fight. In the poem Paul Revere was never captured and completed his journey to Lexington and Concord.
  • The British soon hear gun shots being fired in the distance and let Mr. Daws and Paul Revere go. Again in the poem Revere was never captured however, it does mention the Battle of Lexington and Concord.
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