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Paul Revere Quiz

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What trade did Paul Revere work as before his involvement in the Revolution?
Paul Revere Quiz
Silversmith
Hunter
Spice Trader
Cartographer

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The famous deeds of Revere were recorded and dramatized by the poem "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere" which was was written by what American poet?
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Walt Whitman
Henry David Thoreau
Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Before his involvement in the American Revolution, Revere served in the French and Indian War where he was commissioned with what rank?
Captain
Major
Lieutenant
Sergeant

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Revere's gateway into the world of American revolutionary ideology was his membership in which of the following patriotic organizations?
The Eagle's Eyes
The Sons of Liberty
The Liberty Tree
The White Stripes

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On what night did Paul Revere make his famous ride?
January 10th, 1775
February 15th, 1775
March 29th, 1775
April 18th, 1775

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The goal of Revere's ride was to warn of a British force that was marching to what American city?
Concord
Boston
New York City
Charleston

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While Revere rode to warn multiple people, his main goal for the ride was to warn what pair of patriots of the oncoming invasion?
Samuel Adams and John Hancock
Samuel Adams and John Adams
Benjamin Franklin and John Hancock
George Washington and James Madison

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One of Revere's most famous contributions to the Revolution other than his ride was this propaganda engraving depicting what event in American history?
The Battle of Bunker Hill
The Battle of Lexington
The Boston Tea Party
The Boston Massacre

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Which of the following pairs of individuals also took midnight rides with Paul Revere to spread word of the approaching danger?
Connor Dempsy and Phineas Stouffer
Samuel Adams and Ralph Hunt
William Dawes and Samuel Prescott
Louis Cabelin and Stephen Poe

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In the actual Revolutionary War, Revere was booted from service after his questionable actions on a military expedition meant to reach what city?
Portland, New Hampshire
Castine, Maine
Burgess, New York
Sofalt, Virginia

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After the war, Revere settled down and started a business that milled what material into sheeting for naval use?
Copper
Bronze
Tin
Silver

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One of the more unusual accomplishments of Revere was his achievement of which of the following positions after the revolution?
Postmaster General of New York
First Class Champion of the United States
Grandmaster of the Grand Masonic Lodge
Ambassador of the New Hampshire Yachters' Association

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Paul Revere passed away in what year after a long and accomplished life?
1811
1813
1815
1818

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