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 The Midnight Rider Virtual Museum

~ Credits & Acknowledgements ~

 

Background

Forbes, Esther. Paul Revere and the World He Lived In.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1942.

Graham, John. The Midnight Rider: A Pictorial History.  Malden, MA: Curly World Publishing . 1994.

Leehey, Patrick M. What Was the Name of Paul Revere's Horse?. Paul Revere Memorial Association. 1997.

 

Young Readers

Russell, Francis; Editors: American Heritage Library. Lexington, Concord and Bunker Hill. Mahwah, NJ: Troll Associates. 1963.

Stevenson, Augusta. Paul Revere, Boston Patriot. New York: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing Division. 1946.

Kent, Deborah. Lexington and Concord.  New York: Children's Press. 1997.

 

Site Visits by Author

Boston National Historical Park & Freedom Trail, Boston, Massachusetts

Battle Road & Minute Man National Historical Park, Massachusetts

Paul Revere House, 19 North Square, Boston, Massachusetts

Lexington Green, Lexington, Massachusetts

 

On-Line Resources

Boston National Historical Park Virtual Visitor Center http://www.nps.gov/bost/home.htm

Minute Man National Historical Park http://www.nps.gov/bost/home.htm

Apple Products QuickTime 4: http://www.apple.com/quicktime/

The Paul Revere House: http://www.paulreverehouse.org/

Lexington Green Photo Gallery: http://www.mohicanpress.com/battles/ba01002.html

 

Pictures and Sounds

Portrait of Paul Revere by John Singleton Copely: Boston Museum of Fine Art

Lycos Image Gallery - Picture This!(by permission)

A wonderful collection of historical and other images that is searchable and available for non-commercial use.

MasterClips Premier Image [CD] Collection (by license agreement)

The Mudcat Cafe(.MIDI files for Songs of the Revolution)

 

 

Original Graphics and Design by Robert Deason (by permission)

Paul Revere House Paper Model & Instructions: h3im_model1.GIF and h3im_model2.GIF

Map of Midnight Ride Routes: h4im_targetmap.gif

Map of Colonial Boston: map5.gif

 

Kimberly & Paul - Boston, 1999

About the Author

I am Kimberly Hamilton, a (now-retired) fifth-grade bilingual teacher at Finney Elementary School, San Diego, CA.

I enjoy teaching, computers, music and art. I dislike slow-loading web pages. (I apologize for any contained herein.)

In 1999 I traveled for the first time to Boston and Minute Man National Historical Park. I walked the Freedom Trail, was welcomed into Paul Revere's house, and followed Battle Road from Lexington to Concord. I emerged with a deeper appreciation of the individuals and events that formed our nation's history.

I created this website with Adobe PageMill 3.0, Photoshop 4.0 LE, and a Macintosh G3.

I retired in 2009 and one of my goals was to update the site with Freeway and a much newer iMac. However, I've found that what my colleagues said is true: Retirement can be a lot busier than working!

Your reactions and suggestions for activities or links to this website would be greatly appreciated.

Contact: khamilto@mac.com

 

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