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Colonists had no say in what taxes they had to pay. The government in England decided their taxes. Was that fair? Not in the minds of the Long Room Club members. It had to stop! TAVERNS BOSTON HAD LOTS OF TAVERNS. IN 1740, THERE WERE MORE THAN THIRTY. THEY HAD INTERESTING NAMES SUCH AS NOAH’S ARK, BUNCH OF GRAPES, AND THREE HORSESHOES. FOR PEOPLE WHO COULDN’T READ, A PICTURE SIGN OVER THE DOOR (FOR EXAMPLE, A SIGN WITH THREE HORSESHOES) SHOWED THE TAVERN’S NAME. ” THE NAME AND SIGN (SHOWING A BLACK HORSE, OF COURSE) TOLD TRAVELERS THAT THE TAVERN HAD ROOMS FOR THE NIGHT AS WELL AS STABLES FOR HORSES.

No house was more than a few streets from water. Paul grew up watching ships arrive from England bringing tea, furniture, and other goods for people in the colonies. Ships made the return trip to Europe bringing things from America—timber, rice, cotton, and tobacco. Besides the big trading ships, hundreds of small boats went out every day fishing for cod, lobsters, and oysters. Paul was bright and full of energy. He had dark hair and brown eyes like his father. He loved swimming, riding horses, and playing with his friends.

1 Giblin, James Cross. The Many Rides of Paul Revere. Scholastic Press, New York, 2007. 1 McGovern, Ann. If You Lived in Colonial Times. Scholastic, New York, 1985. Miller, Joel J. The Revolutionary Paul Revere. Thomas Nelson, Nashville, 2010. 1 Stevenson, Augusta. Paul Revere: Boston Patriot. Aladdin Paperbacks, New York, 1946.

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