The Revere Express

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Interactive Map: The Midnight Rides

Interactive Map:The Midnight Rides of April 18 & 19, 1775 The Midnight Rides of April 18-19, 1775 Get Started Map goes here. Enabling JavaScript will give you the best experience.

The “Boston Marriage” of Edith Guerrier and Edith Brown

By: Tirzah FrankEdith Guerrier begins her autobiography “It is good to be alive! That is how I feel today, and that is how I felt seventy-seven years ago when, at the age of three, I ran away, taking as baggage my toothbrush.” She goes on to describe this early trip...

Whose Common: 1750-1850

While COVID-19 has forced many operational shifts at the Paul Revere House, I am happy to report that our internship program still continues on strong, albeit in a virtual format. What follows is the tremendous work done by Fahim Rahim, our spring 2021 intern. Fahim...

Nancy Caruso’s North End Legacy

By: Nina ZannieriOver the course of the North End’s deep and rich history, women have played a key role in shaping or, in many ways, changing its history. While some of the names are familiar, most are less well known than their male counterparts. At the very least,...