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The Paul Revere House--Biography from the Paul Revere Memorial

Revolutionary War Battles: Battle of Lexington and Concord--Very good source from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute's ROTC.

Revolutionary War Events

Liberty: Lexington and Concord--From the PBS site. Contains glossary items and a literary connection to the war.

Battle of Lexington and Concord

The Battle of Lexington and The Battle of Concord from the American History Archive Project.

Battle of Lexington and the Battle of Concord from A Hypertext on American History website. Provides some good detail.

National Park Service Minuteman Exhibit--A site with good pictures of the Minutemen.

Paul Revere

On the night of April 18, 1775, Paul Revere, William Dawes and Samuel Prescott made the famous midnight ride from Boston to Concord to warn the Patriot militia known as the Minutemen of the British Army's approach.

The Paul Revere House--Biography from the Paul Revere Memorial Association.

Paul Revere--A short biography

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