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American Revolutionary War - Key Figures - Paul Revere

American Revolutionary War - Key Figures - Paul Revere
American Revolutionary War - Key Figures - Paul Revere
American Revolutionary War - Key Figures - Paul Revere
American Revolutionary War - Key Figures - Paul Revere
American Revolutionary War - Key Figures - Paul Revere
American Revolutionary War - Key Figures - Paul Revere
American Revolutionary War - Key Figures - Paul Revere
American Revolutionary War - Key Figures - Paul Revere
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This is a 14 slide, highly animated, power point presentation on the American Revolutionary War – Key Figures - Paul Revere. Each of the slides are editable so you can modify the slides if you need to.

Born January 1, 1735, Paul Revere was a silversmith and ardent colonialist. He took part in the Boston Tea Party and was principal rider for Boston's Committee of Safety. In that role, he devised a system of lanterns to warn the minutemen of a British invasion, setting up his famous ride on April 18, 1775.

He sensed that his own livelihood could soon be affected unless issues with the British were soon addressed. He joined the Freemasons and befriended other activists such as James Otis and Dr. Joseph Warren. As his confidence in his leadership abilities grew, so did his responsibilities. As tensions between the colonies and the British deepened, Revere was tapped to spy on British soldiers and report on their movement.

In a brazen act of defiance, he and others dressed as Indians and dumped tea into Boston Harbor, launching what came to be known as the Boston Tea Party. But it was his ride on April 18, 1775, that etched his name into history, especially after it was commemorated later by the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

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Family Roots
Early Years
Marriages & Family
Successful Businessman
Revolutionary Times
Revolutionary Participation
“The Midnight Ride”
Revolution Begins
Later Years & Death
Cry of Alarm!
End of Presentation

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