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Paul Revere

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Where country did Paul Revere's father move from? France
Where did Paul Revere live in the United States? Boston, Massachusetts
What obstacle did Paul Revere overcome? gaining liberty from Great Britian
Who did Paul Revere deliver messages to? colonists
What was one of the most famous silver pieces Paul Revere make? Liberty Bowl
What was the name of Paul Revere's family business? Revere and Sons
Why did Paul Revere not finish his famous Midnight Ride? He was captured by the British soldiers
Who were the two other men that rode with Paul Revere? William Dawes and Samuel Prescott
What is diligence? to never give up and work hard
Who wrote a poem about Paul Revere's Midnight Ride Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
True or False? The poem by Longfellow was ALL true? false
What is a Patriot? colonists who wanted to be free from British rule
How many colonies were there? 13
What did the Patriots do in response to the tax on tea? dumped tea into the Boston Harbor
What was the protest called when they dumped the tea? Boston Tea Party
What does it mean to boycott? to refuse to buy goods or services
What is militia? a group of citizens who train for battle
What was the first battle of the American Revolution called? Battle of Lexington
Who won the war? The American soldiers
What did the colonies gain from Great Britain? independence
Where were the 13 colonies located? eastern United States
Where is Boston, Massachusetts located? northeastern United States
Created by: lasheabranton



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