Paul Revere And The Boston Massacre

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Paul Revere was a Bostonian silversmith, an industrialist and a patriot in the American Revolution. He is a notable example of an ordinary man who became politically involved and risked everything to save his world. Revere contributed the famous depiction of the Boston “Bloody” Massacre, he aided in the Boston Tea Party, and finally led the Midnight Ride to warn the Patriots that the Red Coats were coming. While we’ve learned quite a bit of history pertaining to Mr. Revere, we have also noted that some of his major contributions may have been fabricated a little bit. (NEEDS MORE UMPH) The most famous piece of propaganda from the Boston Massacre was an illustration drawn by Paul Revere. It is important to remember that over two hundred years
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