The midnight ride of . . . Sybil Ludington

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On April 15th, Lincoln, the town where I lived celebrated the alarm and muster of the minutemen. That was the night when Paul Revere rode out from Boston to warn that the British regulars were marching on Concord. What many people don’t realize is that Revere was captured in Lincoln. There’s a monument marking the […]

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The midnight ride of Paul Revere

April 18th is famous in Massachusetts as the day that Paul Revere rode to raise the alarm that the British were marching to Concord to seize the Militia’s cache of weapons. Almost every school child has hear the poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Listen my children and you shall hear Of the midnight ride of […]

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