The many rides of Paul Revere
- Giblin, James.
- 1st ed.
- New York : Scholastic Press, 2007.
- Physical description
- 85 p. : ill., maps ; 31 cm.
F69 .R43 G48 2007 F
- Unknown F69 .R43 G48 2007 F
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 81) and index.
- Boy Named Rivoire
- Liberty, property, and no stamps
- "The horrid massacre in King Street"
- The Boston Tea Party
- Messenger for the revolution
- The British retreat
- The battle of Breed's Hill
- Sadness and success
- Cool in thought, ardent in action.
- Paul Revere is commonly remembered as a Revolutionary War hero for his legendary Midnight Ride before the 1775 battes of Lexington and Concord. But Revere was also a famed silversmith, a practicing dentist, a resourceful entrepreneur, and an engraver of cartoons and paper money. This biography traces Revere's life from his humble beginnings as a French immigrant's son to his determined support of the rebel cause in the stormy years leading up to the American Revolution.
- Supplemental links
- Table of contents only
- Revere, Paul, 1735-1818 > Juvenile literature.
- Statesmen > Massachusetts > Biography > Juvenile literature.
- Massachusetts > Biography > Juvenile literature.
- Massachusetts > History > Revolution, 1775-1783 > Juvenile literature.
- United States > History > Revolution, 1775-1783 > Juvenile literature.
- Revere, Paul, 1735-1818.
- Publication date
- by James Cross Giblin.