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The time April 181775 the place Lexington Massachusets On this night something happened that would change and shape America from then on General Gage sent a company of about 700 men to seize ammunition and guns the colonist had hidden in Concord NO sooner were the soldiers on the move than the watchful eyes of two patriots hurried to spred the alarm One of these patriots was a very intresting peron for he would be remembered throughout history Paul Revere was born on New Years Day 1735 He was a silversmith who served in the militia in the French and Indian War In the begining of the 1670s Paul joined the Sons of Liberty but this was only the begining Later he led a group of diguised Indians in the Boston Tea Party of 1773 Though all these things are important this still is not what he is remembered for Tuesday April 18 Pal Revere learned of the Brittish plan to capture the colonist arms at Lexingotn and Concord So that night Paul Revere and William Dawes rode to warn the Americans Paul did not know if they were comming by land or by sea He told a man named Robert Newman to hang one latern in the church tower if by land and two if by sea Paul left by crossing the Charlse River while William left through the town gate They met at Lexington and warned countrymen thee Here a man named Samuel Prescott joined them On their way to Concord though paul was captured by the British He was stripped of his horse and freed Only Samuel Prescott got through to warn the Americans in Concord Latter on in the war Paul Revere served in the Continental Army as a lietenant in command of a fort called Castle Island in Boston Before I bring this to a close I want to ask a question What would have happened if Paul
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