Who made the midnight ride with Paul Revere?

Answer Paul Revere is the most famous midnight rider, warning the colonials of the invading British army. However, he was one of three riders on the night and early morning hours of April 18 and 19, 1775.... Read More »

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Who wrote the midnight ride of paul revere?

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote the poem "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere" in 1861. Longfellow's poem, which describes Revere's horseback ride to warn the patriots that British troops were on the... Read More »

How far did paul revere ride on the midnight ride?

On the evening of April 18th, 1885, minuteman Paul Revere mounted his horse and embarked upon his famous midnight ride from Boston to Concord via Lexington, covering a total span of approximately 1... Read More »

How far did paul revere ride?

Paul Revere's famous midnight ride began on April 18, 1775. To spread the message that British soldiers were en route to Concord, Revere rode his horse almost 12 miles. His route was from Charlesto... Read More »

What did paul revere say on his great ride?

Paul Revere is best known for his famous ride when he shouted, "The British are coming, the British are coming." U.S. history teaches that Revere shouted the warning on the night of April 18,1775, ... Read More »