How Did Paul Revere Influence The American Revolution

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Paul Revere is deserving of having a famous poem because he played a vital role in the American revolutionary war, whether he was a founding father, rebel, or a soldier. He gave so many people hope when they couldn’t find it in themselves. He showed the people that they needed to stand up against the British and fight for freedom. His work paid off ,in the end, making our country the way it is today.
Before Revere’s midnight ride he had joined a rebel group called the Sons of Liberty. According to “The Sons of Liberty, a well-organized Patriot paramilitary political organization shrouded in secrecy, was established to undermine British rule in colonial America….” The Sons of Liberty was established in 1765 in Boston, Massachusetts by Samuel Adams and future founding father John Hancock.
In 1773 Revere was …show more content… explained “On the evening of April 18, 1775, Paul Revere was summoned by Dr. Joseph Warren of Boston and given the task of riding to Lexington, Massachusetts, with the news that regular troops were about to march into the countryside northwest of Boston. According to Warren, these troops planned to arrest Samuel Adams and John Hancock, who were staying at a house in Lexington….” If the leaders would have been caught that would mean they would be killed for treason against Britain. Therefor that would give the Colonists fear to stand up and fight for freedom. Which would mean the United States of America would most likely still be under British rule. Revere was able to warn the leaders of the Sons of Liberty before the British arrested them. A day after his warning the Colonists fought the British in the of Battle Lexington and Concord, leading to the Revolutionary War. Without his heroism the Sons of Liberty leaders would have been captured and executed, then the Revolutionary War would have never

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