Paul Revere's "The Bloody Massacre" engraving/painting is one of the most recognized images in American history. Your students will analyze Revere's portrayal of the infamous night of March 5, 1770 on their own (via Google Docs) and identify 10 ways they think Revere was trying to persuade viewers that things happened a certain way. The next step is to provide students with a 49 page .pdf that shows various zoomed in portions of the painting and what he was trying to get the viewer to see in this incredible work of propaganda.
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