Revolutionary Paul Revere Paperback
by Joel J Miller;
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Revolutionary Paul Revere
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'The Revolutionary Paul Revere' starts at a gallop and never slows down. Follow Revere?s adventure-filled life from childhood through the French and Indian War; from the prerevolutionary economic disasters through the incendiary tax fights and riots; from military occupation of Boston through Revere?s part in the Boston Massacre trial; from his role in the Boston Tea Party through his early service as express rider for the Massachusetts patriots; from the tragic death of his first wife through the whimsical pursuit of a new love; from his role as waterfront spy through his famous midnight ride; from his participation in the worst American naval disaster before Pearl Harbor through his eventual vindication.
Learn about Revere?s life in the Freemasons and the secret political clubs of Boston. Discover his role in Massachusetts? ratification of the U.S. Constitution. Get the inside picture of his business dealings, and see how he transformed himself from poor artisan to wealthy industrialist, making everything from kettles to cannons. Revere?s life story is the quintessential American story.
Revolutionary Paul Revere by Joel J Miller was published by Thomas Nelson in March 2010. The ISBN for Revolutionary Paul Revere is 9781595550743.
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|Page last updated||26th February 2016|
|Author / Artist||Joel J Miller|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (March 2010)|
|Number of Pages||304|