What was Paul Revere's childhood like?

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Paul Revere was born in Boston, MA on January 1, 1735. He had 11 brothers and sisters. During his childhood he North Writing School and later learned gold and silversmithing from his father.
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He was the community snitch. He alerted everyone on horseback that the British were coming. I think he is famous for that American action.
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Paul Revere
Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts
Raised: there, as well
A hero of the American Revolutionary War, Paul Revere is famous for his "midnight ride" of April 18th, 1775, when he sounded the alarm that British forces were moving against American colonists. His fame is due in part to the 1861 poem "Pau... More>>
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