Revolutionary War: Paul Revere
These sites are about the life of Paul Revere. Includes information and a map of his famous ride to warn the militia that the British were coming. There are biographies, a poem, artwork, and a short video.
Paul Revere Biography
This site provides historical information about Paul Revere, his artwork and silver shop.
National Geographic: One If By Land, and Two If By Sea!
In this lesson, students use the poem, "Paul Revere's Ride, to learn about various historical sites in the poem and event of warning of the British approaching.
ReadWriteThink: Paul Revere began his famous ride in 1775
While students learn about primary source documents, they will also research their family histories. Additional websites are provided to learn more about Paul Revere.
Paul Reveres Other Ride
Read about Paul Revere's first ride to warn the militia that the British were coming. NOTE: This site contains advertising.
Paul Revere: Messenger of the Revolution
Watch a short video of Paul Revere and his famous ride.
Paul Revere's Account
Read the story about the ride from Paul Revere himself.
Statue of Paul Revere in Boston
A picture of Paul Reveres statue. The link at the bottom will show the Old North Church.
The Paul Revere House
This site has information about the life of Paul Revere. Includes the house history, the famous midnight ride complete with a map, and his biography.
Paul Revere's Most Famous Engraving
After the Boston Massacre, Revere made and sold copies of his engraving depicting the scene. See the engraving and read the newpaper article from the day of the massacre. NOTE: This site contains advertising.
Paul Revere's Artwork
This site provides links to online pictures of Paul Revere's silver creations. Some links take you directly to the piece of art, in others you may have to search.
Paul Revere's Ride
Read this article about Paul Revere.
Paul Revere's Ride
Read Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem about Paul Revere.
eThemes Resource: Revolutionary War: Biographies
This is a collection of biographies on the men and women involved in the Revolutionary War. Learn about George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, King George III, Paul Revere, Samual Adams, Phyllis Wheatley, Benedict Arnold, Crispus Attucks, Sybil Ludington, Ethan Allen, and more. Includes biographies and videos.
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