Paul Revere And The Boston Tea Party

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Paul Revere was one of the most decorated patriots to America. Although not holding any political position in the government, Revere was a master silversmith, goldsmith, and engrave. Born in late 1734, Revere went on the be a master artisan taking over his father's business in Boston. By the 1760s, realizing the business may be at risk due to the british tax policies- Revere took action. Eventually joining the Freemasons and Sons of Liberty, Revere was invested in the ideology of independence. He is known for his depiction of the Boston Massacre but also his role in the Boston Tea Party, who he himself took a part of. What made Paul Revere so memorable was that he was a rider for the Committee of Correspondence and in keeping track of British

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