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The Story Of Paul Revere
Paul Revere 1735-1818
Paul lived in a small wooden house and he loved to write down his ideas in his notepad. Afterward, he became a silversmith, crafting various items for use.
He married Sarah Orne, and had eight children, two of which died shortly after birth. When Sarah passed away, Paul married Rachel Walker, and had eight more children, including three more babies who died young.
He became a leader of the Sons Of Liberty, who started the Boston Tea Party. They dumped 10,000 pounds of tea into Boston Harbor to rebel against the English taxes.
Paul was chosen to New York and Philadelphia and spread news. He rode sixty-three miles a day, and arrived back in Boston far earlier than anyone expected.
When he returned from his duties, he liked telling the story of his adventure. The End
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