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In all of that, he felt so awkward, so unsteady; so he stuck to the arena he knew best. The true reason behind that midnight ride. But before we can even begin to understand what Revere was really up to, we need to understand who the man actually was.
The woman hit the mouse with her other hand, and then tapped the lines of text in the first paragraph of his paper. Revere was a craftsman, a silver-worker. One of the most technically gifted of his era. A little embarrassing, how excited he could get over Revere. He worked with silver, but also bronze and wood. He was also one of the most talented engravers of his era.
The drama of the piece was palpable; the viciousness of the Redcoats and the misery of the injured and dying Colonists engraved with such passion, it was no surprise that the work had helped incite a nation. Again, it did not appear she was reading something she did not already know. Which was odd. Who was she, exactly? A fellow historian? Many of the Revolutionary names were Freemasons. Ben Franklin, of course, but also Hancock and Revere.
A mysterious organization, or private club, dating back hundreds of years, with secret rituals and symbols, shadowy clubhouses and influential, often wealthy members, some famous, some infamous — wonderful grist for the conspiracy theorists. He almost continued, then stopped himself. Those incredible cheekbones glowed in the light from his computer.
He was going to be submitting his paper within days. And then his research, his discovery, would be everywhere. Charles was happy to shift from the revelation of who Revere really was, to the facts of that fateful night.
The Mechanics were tasked with keeping tabs on the British. That particular night — April 18, — the Mechanics had uncovered that a team of British soldiers was on its way to Concord.
Hancock and Adams were the de facto leaders of the American rebels; Hancock, a wealthy merchant — the richest man in Massachusetts — and Adams, a failed young businessman but a real rabble rouser, a fan of mob violence, and probably one of the leaders of the Boston Tea Party.
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