PAUL REVERE PAPER NOTES

PAUL REVERE PAPER NOTES - The author does NOT! Agree that...

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The author does NOT! Agree that Paul Revere single-handedly informed Lexington and Concord. Important part of Question 1! How was he a part of a more collective effort. The author takes an account of the longer part of colonial resistance. Look at Paul Revere being in the Congress. Use examples from the book. Support your paper with examples directly from the text. Quote the author. A simple page number will work after (Paul Revere’s…., Author page ##) MAXIMUM LENGTH 1150 WORDS! Be disciplined with your paper but have a good standpoint. Standard margins 14 font section 501 Double Spaced No rough drafts. A GOOD TITLE! Examples: Question 1 a. Revere being in the Boston Tea Party *****very good example***** this takes into account of one aspect of Paul Revere was a apart of a colonial resistance. b. 70’s-80’s Paul Revere was a very well connected person in the colonial ‘grapevine’ *****. Only Revere and the Doctor were involved in this many instances resisting the British. c.
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2008 for the course HIST 105 taught by Professor Hatfield during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.

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