a. Who is he?
Paul Revere happened to be born in the year 1734 at Boston region. The father to Paul
was a French Huguenot while his mother was of the Bostonian descent. He started his general
young life by undergoing the silversmith training towards the later profession he followed. His
father death in the year 1754 and Paul decided to enlist within the army of the province so as to
be able to fight during the war between the Indians and French. All this was from the basis of a
very simple decision; being enlisted in the army was among the best jobs at the time of his youth.
b. Immediate events that led to the ride
During the year 1775 on April 18 at night, Revere sent by Joseph Warren to go and the
signal the Americans at Charlestown about the oncoming troops of the British side towards their
territory. Revere left immediately while riding through the region at the northern side of Boston,
going through the current Medford place, through Somerville, and even passed the region of
Arlington while warning patriots from American side that the enemy was on the move.
c. Route and route conditions
After the patriots had already brewed enough tea at the Harbor of Boston, Revere decided
to ride on the horse towards New York while spreading the news about the oncoming British
troops in the region. He also went through Philadelphia and also that of Charleston while passing
through the region of South Carolina. After Revere crossed the region from Lexington and
entered the region called Lincoln, he went past Minuteman up to Hanscom. He was approaching
Concord at this time. After the capture and release, he went back to Boston, past the Hartwell's