Free Virtual Midnight Ride of Paul Revere!
|Reviewed by Diane Flynn Keith|
|Resource:||Free Virtual Midnight Ride of Paul Revere!|
|Provider:||Read Paul Revere's Ride|
|Summary:||Age Range: 9 and up (approximately, with parental supervision) April 18th is the anniversary of Paul Revere's Ride that took place in 1775. Revere rode by horseback to warn Sam Adams and John Hancock that British troops were marching to arrest them. A quintessential moment in the American Revolution, it was depicted in the poem, Paul Revere's Ride by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
|Description:||I thought it would be appropriate to commemorate this date with the resources at these websites:
*Read Paul Revere's Ride
At this website you can read the full text of Longfellow's poem online, or print it out to read offline.
*Listen to Paul Revere's Ride
At National Public Radio website you can listen to (or download) a free audio recording of the poem. It includes a discussion of the background of Revere's ride, and historical inaccuracies in the poem.
*Take a Virtual Midnight Ride!
The Paul Revere House museum offers a "Virtual Midnight Ride" through an interactive map of the route Revere took on April 18, 1775. Click on the images to see photos and illustrations and read historical information.
*Paul Revere's Biography
Learn about Revere's life and times from 1734-1818 including his foundry, copper mill, and silversmith's shop.
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