Paul Revere & Samuel Adams

Paul Revere (Late December, 1734May 10, 1818) was an American silversmith and a patriot in the American Revolution. Samuel Adams (– October 2, 1803) was an American statesman, political philosopher, and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. 5.0/5

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Time Capsule buried by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams unearthed in Boston
Paul Revere, not Samuel Adams, is featured on each bottle of Samuel Adams Boston Lager. Allegedly due to Samuel Adams' bad looks.
MA originally placed by Samuel Adams and Paul Revere in State House cornerstone in 1795.
A Time Capsule buried by Samuel Adams and Paul Revere is unearthed in Boston. (Vine by
On this day, 1775, Paul Revere made his ride warning Samuel Adams & John Hancock the 2 arrest them
Awesome! "More than 200 years after Samuel Adams and Paul Revere first buried it in Boston..."
1795 Time Capsule opened, centuries after Paul Revere and Samuel Adams buried it
It's pretty cool to think the last people to see/touch the stuff in that Time Capsule were Paul Revere and Samuel Adams...
Officials opened a Time Capsule buried by Paul Revere & Samuel Adams. .gives his take on the find. .
Boston will unveil Paul Revere and Samuel Adams' 1795 Time Capsule at 6pm ET
Newspapers, coins found inside of Time Capsule buried by Paul Revere, Samuel Adams:
TMZ says a content index found inside the Samuel Adams and Paul Revere Time Capsule was notarized by the 2,000 Year Old Man
On Tuesday, Boston Museum of Fine Arts conservator Pam Hatchfield carefully pulled out five newspapers, 23 coins dating as far back as 1652, a medal depicting George Washington, and a silver plate from a Time Capsule buried 220 years ago by Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, and Revolutionary War colonel Wi…
BOSTON — A 220-year-old Time Capsule containing coins, documents and other artifacts left by Revolutionary War figures like Samuel Adams and Paul Revere was ...
A Time Capsule found in Boston buried by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams. Found inside, a coin from 1652 and a newspaper in amazingly good condition. Sounds like a scene from Sleepy Hollow
What did Paul Revere and Samuel Adams leave for us in 1795? Oldest known Time Capsule in U.S. has just been opened and this is what's inside...
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By Todd Leopold CNN (CNN) -- [Breaking news update, posted at 6:32 p.m. ET Tuesday] Officials opened a Time Capsule in Boston Tuesday, more than 200 years after Paul Revere, Samuel Adams and Willia...
Real Clear Politics- Boston to Unveil Contents of Paul Revere and Samuel Adams’ 1795 Time Capsule: It's the ol...
A 1795 Time Capsule buried at the Massachusetts State House by Paul Revere, Samuel Adams and William Scollay has been opened.
Paul Revere's Time Capsule is opened for the first time in 220 years. Larry King said, "There's my missing wallet!"
A George Washington medal found today in Time Capsule first installed by Gov Samuel Adams, with help of Paul Revere.
Oldest Time Capsule in the US, left by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams in 1795, is opened.
220 year old Time Capsule that was buried by Samuel Adams & Paul Revere was opened in
What would Samuel Adams and Paul Revere put in a Time Capsule? We're about to find out!
Samuel Adams and Paul Revere never thought their Time Capsule would be such click bait.
The Samuel Adams/Paul Revere Time Capsule and its contents... Amazing.
220-year-old Time Capsule left by Founding Fathers Samuel Adams and Paul Revere opened:
Time Capsule contents were first placed in 1795 by Gov. Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, and William Scollay
WATCH: 1795 Time Capsule — with ties to Samuel Adams and Paul Revere — to be opened
See what was in a buried in 1795 by Samuel Adams and Paul Revere:
Samuel Adams and Paul Revere-era Time Capsule opened. reports on what was found inside:
Rebecca and I saw the oldest Time Capsule in the United States opened tonight. It was really cool to witness pieces of history being revealed to the world for the first time since the mid-1800s. Inside were 24 coins in various denominations dating from the 1650s to the 1850s, when the capsule was opened then resealed. Newspapers were packed into the box to prevent exposure to the elements. At the bottom was a silver plate containing information about the laying of the cornerstone box, which was done by then Gov. Samuel Adams assisted by Paul Revere. The coolest part, I thought, was that the plate was dated July 4th, 1795, which was the 20th Anniversary of American Independence. Remember, Massachusetts invented America.
Unveiling of Paul Revere and Samuel Adams' Time Capsule. Jim Smith is nerding out.
KSDK-TV: If you've been wondering what Paul Revere and Samuel Adams placed in the time ca...
Contents of copper box, placed by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams, will be revealed next week
A crew is at work in Boston unearthing a Time Capsule believed buried by Samuel Adams and Paul Revere. -
Time Capsule buried by Paul Revere, Samuel Adams sees light of day (+video)
1795 Time Capsule unearthed: A Time Capsule buried by patriots Samuel Adams and Paul Revere more than two cent...
It turns out the contents of the Time Capsule found in Boston was a lewd drawing Samuel Adams made involving Paul Revere
horrified as Revolutionaries' Time Capsule reveals Samuel Adams and Paul Revere were double agents
State House Time Capsule from 1795 unearthed -Paul Revere / Samuel Adams-
1795 Time Capsule from Paul Revere and Samuel Adams discovered in Boston
Time Capsule believed to have been placed by Samuel Adams, Paul Revere in 1795 unearthed
Samuel Adams and Paul Revere buried a Time Capsule in 1795. Now, a Boston crew at the Massachusetts State House are digging it up.
Revolutionary War era Time Capsule unearthed Historians believe it was placed by a group that included patriots Samuel Adams and Paul Revere.
This is super-cool: Time Capsule unearthed in Boston today that was put there by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams!
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BOSTON (AP) -- Crews removed a Time Capsule dating back to 1795 on Thursday from the granite cornerstone of the Massachusetts Statehouse, where historians believe it was originally placed by Revolutionary War luminaries Samuel Adams and Paul Revere among others. The small Time Capsule is believed to…
I just read this article in USA Today about a Time Capsule made by Samuel Adams and Paul Revere. It contained this line: "At the time, Adams was known as the governor, not a beer." REALLY??? YOU DON'T SAY??? PLEASE, TELL ME MORE!!!
pretty suspicious that the supposed Samuel Adams/Paul Revere Time Capsule contained a note that said, "TRY 'WINTER LAG…
... a thoughtful gift ... from Paul Revere and Samuel Adams!
I'd love to know what's inside the Samuel Adams and Paul Revere Time Capsule! Amazing piece of history.
1795 Time Capsule found in Boston Statehouse cornerstone. Placed there by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams ..
so cool --> Time Capsule buried by Paul Revere, Samuel Adams found inside Boston's Old State House
1795 Time Capsule placed by Samuel Adams & Paul Revere found in Boston capitol
Boston Crews unearth Time Capsule today, that may have been buried by Patriots Paul Revere and Samuel Adams.
Keaton David and I have decided that the Time Capsule supposedly buried by Samuel Adams and Paul Revere may contain a horse sipping on an old beer. This could be the biggest discovery in 'merican history!
Researchers to use x-rays to determine contents of box historians believe Samuel Adams, Paul Revere and others placed in 1795
Pics of city of Boston, Cheers Bar, Fenway Park, graveyard where Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, Ben Franklin's parents, Mrs. Goose (stories of Mother Goose), and John Hancock were buried, City Hall and site of Boston Massacre. Very neat city and amazing too see it's odd to see real old buildings within all of the modern day buildings.
"Why is Paul Revere on this bottle of Samuel Adams? Adams would never roll up his sleeves".
SAMUEL ADAMS He was the Father of the Revolution and the original "Uncle Sam". King George offered to pardon all of the colonials except two: John Hancock and Samuel Adams. He then sent his army to capture them and to hang them. That is why Paul Revere rode that night and why we fought the first battle of Lexington and heard the "Shot heard round the world".
The Essex Harmony is busy preparing 3 concerts at the same time, very ambitious and the response of the group this summer has been nothing short of phenomenal. Our next concert is Saturday, August 23, at noon at The Old North Church in Boston. This is where Paul Revere started his famous ride after seeing "2 if by sea.." from the church's steeple. We're doing an all William Billings concert. Billings was quite an eccentric and counted Paul Revere as well as Samuel Adams as friends. The music we've chosen laments the so called Boston Massacre and also contains a retrospective of his thoughts on the American Revolution and the insanities as well as the some time necessities of war. We're really excited about this and would like to see you all there!!!
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Shout out to George Washington,Ben Franklin,Thomas Jefferson,Samuel Adams,John Adams,John Hancock, Paul Revere,William Dawes, for today. USA
Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, John Hancock. is makin me HOT right now.
Paul Revere’s Ride: April 18, 1775, brought the most famous ride in American history. With the colonies near open rebellion, British general Thomas Gage ordered 700 troops to march from Boston to Concord that night to seize the militia’s military supplies and to arrest Patriot leaders Samuel Adams and John Hancock. The British had hoped to move in secret, but Patriot spies were everywhere, and soon silversmith Paul Revere was galloping through the night, spreading the alarm “for the country folk to be up and to arm,” as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow put it in his famous poem. There are several misconceptions about Revere’s ride, thanks in part to Longfellow’s verse. One is that Revere waited for a signal lantern to be hung in the tower of the Old North Church to know how the redcoats were moving—one if by land, two if “by sea” (across the Charles River). In fact, Revere himself directed the signal be set to warn other Patriots in the area. Another misconception is that Revere galloped along ...
Samuel Prescott rode into history like a streak of lightning and out of it as quick as a flash. If it were not for Paul Revere s deposition of his own famous midnight ride, history might never remember Samuel. He was a young physician courting a clockmaker s daughter and planning to dedicate his life to the practice of medicine until the American Revolution rewrote his destiny. But this is not only his story; it is also that of John Hancock, Samuel Adams, Joseph Warren, William Dawes, Paul Revere, Thomas Hutchinson, Jonas Clark, the Mullikens, and those who died at Lexington and Concord and at Breed s and Bunker Hills.
Checking out Samuel Adams, John Hancock and Paul Revere's grave sites!! I know.kinda creepy!
John Hancock, Paul Revere, and Samuel Adams in a night of spirited merry making? How did they get all those whip...
The Sons of Liberty were started in Boston, Massachusetts in protest of the Stamp Act of 1765. The Sons of Liberty also opposed the Townshend Acts, the Tea Tax, and any form of "Taxation without Representation". Some of the more famous Sons of Liberty included it's leader, the "Father of American Independence", Samuel Adams, Patrick Henry, John Hancock, James Otis, Paul Revere, and Doctor Joseph Warren , who was killed at Bunker Hill.
Name: Rez Rethic     Age: Unknown     Birthday: October 2nd     Race: Human     Hair color: Black     Eye color: Gold/brown     Bio: Born to a British father and a Native American mother, Rez Rethic was raised among his mother's tribe. He suffered severely during his childhood, largely from the tribe's encounters with European colonists; a conflict that reached its peak when his village was destroyed by a colonial force.      This event prompted him to seek justice for his people and fight tyranny wherever he saw it. His endeavours eventually led to him joining the Assassin Order in 1770. Five years later, the American Revolutionary War erupted, and Rez found himself siding with the leaders of the American Revolution, namely George Washington and Benjamin Franklin, partially due to his belief in the ideals that they represented. At this time, he also met other notable figures, such as Charles Lee and Lafayette, as well as Paul Revere and Samuel Adams.     Personality: Rez appeared thought ...
The surprising ages of the Founding Fathers on July 4, 1776 AUG 13 2013 For the Journal of the American Revolution, Todd Andrlik compiled a list of the ages of the key participants in the Revolutionary War as of July 4, 1776. Many of them were surprisingly young: Marquis de Lafayette, 18 James Monroe, 18 Gilbert Stuart, 20 Aaron Burr, 20 Alexander Hamilton, 21 Betsy Ross, 24 James Madison, 25 This is kind of blowing my mind...because of the compression of history, I'd always assumed all these people were around the same age. But in thinking about it, all startups need young people...Hamilton, Lafayette, and Burr were perhaps the Gates, Jobs, and Zuckerberg of the War. Some more ages, just for reference: Thomas Jefferson, 33 John Adams, 40 Paul Revere, 41 George Washington, 44 Samuel Adams, 53 The oldest prominent participant in the Revolution, by a wide margin, was Benjamin Franklin, who was 70 years old on July 4, 1776. Franklin was a full two generations removed from the likes of Madison and Hamilton. B ...
Ichabod Crane not only started the Boston Tea Party, he also was buddies with Samuel Adams and Thomas Jefferson, two masons who along with Paul Revere created a coded manuscript of how to defeat Death and hid the code password in the false teeth of one of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Oh Sleepy Hollow, stay sweet and don't ever change...
The man pictured on the Samuel Adams beer bottle label is actually Paul Revere.
unreal. I felt the same standing between Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Paul Revere and those killed in the Boston Massacre's graves
It was fantastic visiting with John Hancock, Samuel Adams, John Campbell, Deborah Sampson, George Washington, Betsy Ross, Martha Washington, Patrick Henry, Paul Revere, and many others from the Revolutionary period. The whole school came by to visit our 5th grade class and the Living Museum. Well done!!
Allison already has gone on a guided tour in Boston and met people from Canada, English Guyana, and South America. After the tour, four of them walked around Boston and ate a meal together. Her guide's name was Mr. Poope pronounced as you would think. She said he was unmercifully teased in school. He said nobody forgot his name, though. He told some interesting facts and showed them the grave of Mother Goose whose headstone had been robbed. (Just don't tell your kids she's dead.) She didn't write the poems, just compiled them. (I didn't know she was a real person.) For those who drink, the photo on the Samuel Adams' drinks is actually Paul Revere. The marketing department said Samuel Adams looked too ugly and no one would buy it.
The Old Granary Burying Ground in Boston. The resting place of Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, and many…
"This is our f***ing city!" I love it when athletes quote Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, and Sean Astin from The Goonies.
Today in Joseph Warren sends Paul Revere to Lexington with a message for Samuel Adams.
Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, and John Hancock are buried in this graveyard
John Hancock: Independent Boy: The life of John Hancock, contemporary of Samuel Adams and Paul Revere and firs...
How many of you believe the story about Paul Revere riding on horseback warning the American rebels that the British were coming. Well I visited Paul Revere's paupers grave in Boston, and talked to the historians at the Boston museum, and found out that Paul Revere was actually a snitch, who rode about four blocks before being captures and snitching out the real Patriots and telling the British where John Hancock, Samuel Adams, and others were hiding. Paul Revere has received hero status in American history, when the truth really is that he was a traitor.
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David Williams A Lesson in History Sons of Liberty: American citizens, armed and forming a civilian militia, not part of the regular military, fought against the government and its tyranny. The group was formed to protect the rights of the colonists and to take to the streets against the tyranny of the government. They are best known for undertaking the Boston Tea Party in 1773, which led to the Intolerable Acts (an intense crackdown by the government, including gun confiscation), and a counter-mobilization by the Patriots. Many of the leaders were Freemasons (Samuel Adams, John Adams, Paul Revere, to name a few). These freedom-fighters were instrumental in winning the Revolutionary War. After winning against the government, many of the Sons of Liberty and other Founding Fathers (Thomas Jefferson, George Mason, Richard Henry Lee, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Patrick Henry, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, Noah Webster, Tench Coxe, Thomas Paine, and many others) insisted on the right to maintain ...
In the spring of 1775, most of the Massachusetts Patriot leaders had taken refuge in outlying communities, fearing arrest by British officials. Remaining in Boston were two physicians, Benjamin Church and Joseph Warren, the latter serving as the group’s leader in Samuel Adams' absence. Paul Revere, a trusted messenger, also stayed in the city, tended his business interests and as unobtrusively as possible, kept an eye on the soldiers stationed in the city. Revere became suspicious in mid-April when he noticed that British landing craft were being drawn out of the water for repairs — a clear indication that something was afoot. On the 16th he made a trip to Concord, a key community because it was the temporary home of the Provincial Congress and also a storehouse for militia guns, powder, and shot. He warned the residents there that redcoats were likely to be dispatched in the near future to seize the town’s arms supply. Revere’s warning was taken to heart and the townspeople began to hide arms and ...
I love Massachusetts. I'm so proud to be born and bred in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. There's just so much to be proud of. The history is lost on us sometimes as we've all taken for granted the elementary school trips to the Freedom Trail and the summer camp trips to Plimoth Plantation. But we're blessed with rich history and a wonderful quality of life.   From the arrival of the Pilgrims and Puritans to the establishment of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. From the Salem Witch Trials (1692) to the Boston Tea Party (1773) and Paul Revere's famed "Midnight Ride" (1775)... though we know it was William Dawes who actually alerted John Hancock and Samuel Adams. The First Great Protestant Awakening originated from the pulpit of Northampton preacher Jonathan Edwards. Shays' Rebellion, the populist revolt by farmers that led directly to the United States Constitutional Convention occurred in Petersham and Sheffield. In Gloucester, America's oldest seaport, the first vessel to be called a "schooner" (1713) w ...
Fun fact: The guy on the Samuel Adams beer label is not Sam Adams. It's actually Paul Revere because Sam Adams was so ugly
Enjoy walking together as teams, starting at Boston Common, the “oldest public park” in America . See and visit great sights like Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market & the North End, home of Paul Revere & the Old North Church, where 2 lanterns signalled Paul Revere on his famous Midnight Ride! Your students will learn about famous people, places & historic events like the American Revolution, Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party and much more! See the gold-domed Massachusetts State House atop Beacon Hill, Granary Burying Ground, where Samuel Adams, Peter Faneuil, John Hancock, Ben Franklin’s parents and Mother Goose are buried, too.
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Went on a five mile walking tour of Boston with the wife today. Stops included Old North Church, Paul Revere's house, Old South Meeting House, Boston Common, Faneuil Hall, site of the Boston Massacre, the Mather Tomb, the graves of Paul Revere, John Hancock and Samuel Adams, etc. At Old North Church, our guide remarked that Teddy Roosevelt sat in pew box number 25 in 1912. When he was offered a closer seat, TR chuckled and remarked that he wanted to "sit where pirates sat." Dear lord.
The Delphs in the last two weeks have visited: Fort Ticonderoga, Federal Hall in NYC, St. Paul's Chapel, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Lexington & Concord in MA, Bunker Hill, the Old Statehouse (site of the Boston Massacre and reading of the Declaration of Independence), Faneuil Hall, Salem, Plymouth Rock 1620, Independence Hall in Philadelphia, the Liberty Bell, Congress Hall, 1st Supreme Court Chamber, The Constitution Center, Declaration House, the burial sites of Benjamin Franklin, Samuel Adams, victims of the Boston Massacre, Paul Revere, James Otis, John Hancock, Valley Forge, and more. We are on our way home but will detour to visit the Flight 93 Memorial in PA. We must never forget!
Review: Stamp Act, Boston Massacre, Tea Party, and Sugar Act. The only difference with those times verses now is that we had an ocean between us and our government. Our government can destroy anyone that disagrees with them by simply calling them a terrorist. If Britain could have simply labeled Samuel Adams and Paul Revere terrorists they could have locked them up without due course of law, stripped them of their assets and property, and probably stopped the Colonies from the revolution all together.
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Myth: In April of 1775, Paul Revere rode through the streets from Boston to Lexington yelling "The British Are Coming". Fact: First of all, it's not likely Paul Revere ever yelled out the words "The British Are Coming" because the areas he rode through often had British army patrols and besides most of the colonials of the time considered themselves British and were loyal to the crown. The purpose of the ride was to warn John Hancock and Samuel Adams who were in Lexington at the time. He did inform others along the way but not by yelling in the streets. Also, Paul Revere was not the only rider to make the trip. William Dawes and Samuel Prescott also made the ride and in fact Prescott was the only one of the three to make it to Concord (the location of their weapons stores where they thought the British army was ultimately headed). Revere was caught and detained by a British patrol and was left horseless to walk back to Lexington. Revere was barely even known until Henry Wadsworth Longfellow published his ...
This makes me not proud to be an American. We're practically capturing Samuel Adams. Paul Revere.
King George, who believed (rightly so) that ministers were playing a leading role in the war for American Independence, feared not only the preaching but also the exemplary leadership of these men of God. It was therefore fitting that such a pastor as Jonas Clark should have a place so prominent in the beginning of America’s fight for freedom. The Battles of Lexington and Concord, two battles that took place on April 18th, 1775, occurred because the British troops were closing in to capture John Hancock and Samuel Adams. These men had, however,while staying at the home of Jonas, been previously warned of the Brits intentions and safely fled, thanks to the midnight ride of Paul Revere. This wasn’t, however, to stop the deacons and churchmen of Pastor Jonas Clark from bravely shuffling out in file to oppose the aggressors and formally begin what was inevitable.
Old, gravestones in Boston. People like Samuel Adams, and Paul Revere are burried there.
American Minute with Bill Federer Monday, June 11, 2012 He sent Paul Revere on his midnight ride to warn Lexington the British were coming. A Harvard graduate, he was a successful doctor in Boston, but left his career when the British passed the hated Stamp Act. With Samuel Adams, he organized the Provincial Congress to protest. His name was Joseph Warren, born JUNE 11, 1741. Following the Boston Tea Party, King George III enacted the Intolerable Acts of 1774, blocking Boston Harbor until citizens reimbursed the East India Tea Company, quartering British soldiers in private homes, allowing British officials to be unaccountable for their crimes and replacing Massachusetts' elected officials with royal appointees. In response, Dr. Joseph Warren wrote the Suffolk Resolves, urging Massachusetts to establish a free state, boycott British goods, form militias and no longer be loyal to a king who violates their rights. Fighting in the Battle of Bunker Hill, a monument marks where he died. Three years earlier Jos ...
I'm about to get so drunk in Boston, Samuel Adams and Paul Revere couldn't even hang with me
Could not be happier; got to visit the graves of Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, and John Hancock. Missed James Otis :(
Kind of interesting that my 8th Great Grandfather Peter Ayres is buried right across the walking path from Paul Revere's burial site at Granary Burial Ground in Boston, along with Samuel Adams; John Hancock; Benjamin Franklin's parents and Paul Revere Sr.
April 18th, the night that Paul Revere rode to Rev. Clarks house to warn Mr. Adams and Hancock that the British were coming to arrest them and then go for th...
Today in History - 1775, Paul Revere and William Dawes rode on horseback to alert Samuel Adams and John Hancock...
Today in history 1775 Massachusetts, Paul Revere &William Dawes ride calling "the British are coming!" to warn John Hancock & Samuel Adams
On the night of April 18, 1775, silversmith Paul Revere left his small wooden home in Boston's North End and set out on a journey that would make him into a legend. Today that home is still standing at 19 North Square and has become a national historic landmark. It is downtown Boston's oldest buildi...
Granary Burial ground. Current residence of John Hancock, Paul Revere, and Samuel Adams.
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