From Paul Revere House.org
One If By Land, and Two If By Sea!
What do students know about Lexington and Concord, the Old North Church, or the historical poem Paul Revere's Ride?
Minute Man National Park Resources
"Each year in mid-April, thousands of people flock to historic Lexington and Concord and Minute Man National Historical Park to celebrate Patriot's Day. Patriot's Day is a special Massachusetts State holiday commemorating the opening battle of the American Revolutionary War, April 19, 1775."
April 19: This Day in History (LOC)
Resources from the Library of Congress about the Battle of Lexington and Concord
Lexington and Concord: A Legacy of Conflict
A lesson plan from the National Park Service
The War in the North, 1775-1778
Lesson from the curriculum unit funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Paul Revere began his famous midnight ride in 1775
Students learn about primary source documents while studying Paul Revere and researching personal family histories.
Paul Revere's Ride
This lesson examines the political situation in Boston in 1775, using Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem, "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere". (Grades K-2)
Why Do We Remember Revere? Paul Revere's Ride in History and Literature
This EDSITEment lesson contains four activities for students to examine how the historical Paul Revere's ride differs from the account in Longfellow's poem. (Grade 8)
Paul Revere, American Patriot
Learn about Paul Revere by examining first-person accounts, works of historical fiction, a popular narrative poem, and other resources. (Grades 6-8, 9-12) Accessed through Wayback Archives
The Paul Revere House
The Real Story of Revere's Ride, Virtual Midnight Ride, Revere's Own Words, Longfellow's Poem, Images of Revere's Ride, Paul Revere's Ride - MP3 Audio
Paul Revere's Ride
by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow