Paul Revere and William Dawes By caleb spenegel,Rachel jernigan,Xzavier monk and julio lopez

Paul Revere was born January 1, 1735 and died on May 10, 1818. Paul revere became an american silversmith, engraver, and a patriot in the american Revolution. He was also someone who organized the intelligence alarms systems to keep watch of british forces from invading. Paul was best known for alerting the militia that the british were coming.

Wiliam Dawes was born on April 6, 1745 and died febuary 25, 1799. He was best known for hellping poeple such as paul for helping him alert soilders to inform then that the britsh were on there way to invade.

Paul revere was also someone who organized intelligence and alarms systems to keep watch of enemy forces.

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