Paul Revere's Life Essay

Paul Revere's Life
This research paper examines Paul Revere's childhood events, teenage years and his contribution during the Revolutionary War.
# 5988 | 1,570 words | 5 sources | APA | 2002 | US
Published on Feb 10, 2003 in History (U.S. American Society, 1640-1750)

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An analysis of his upbringing and youth in what contributed to the type of adult he was. The writer claims that when people hear the name Paul Revere, they think a great American hero who was a crucial part of the revolutionary war.

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"Paul Revere was the typical ingenious man of his period, the buoyant and versatile Yankee who could ride express for the committee of Safety, make the most beautiful silver of his period, roll copper and engrave copperplate, carve a false tooth, set up a powder mill, command an artillery regiment, cast cannons or bells, and print money. Through the years of growing bitterness, of secret political clubs, marching mobs, an army of occupation and arraying of class against class, Paul Revere was a rock of strength on the patriots' side. The story of his life is the making of the revolution."

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