The Accomplishments Of Paul Revere's Early Life

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“The British are coming,The British are coming.” This is a quote by Paul Revere. He was born on January 1st,1735 in Boston ,MA. In this report you will learn about Paul Revere. Paul Revere had a very interesting early life. Paul was 19 when his father died, leaving him to help with his mom/siblings. In the year of 1775, he married a woman named Sarah Orne. With Sarah he had 8 children. 16 years after he married Sarah , she died. Then Mr.Revere married a woman named Rachel Walker, and again had 8 children. For a grand total of 16 children. During Paul's lifetime, he was asked to spy on the British and report what they were doing. Paul Revere had many accomplishment during his lifetime. Paul took his place in history, by

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