A woman of remarkable
"good humour," Rachel Walker Revere (1745-1813)
lived in Boston's North End during the time of America's Revolution and
helped to raise Paul's eleven children. Her domestic life is highlighted
against the events of colonial unrest -- the Boston
Party, and her husband's famous Midnight
Ride to Lexington.
After the Revolution, Paul continued his silver and goldsmithing trades.
He soon opened a foundry in the North End, and then, a copper
rolling mill in Canton, Massachusetts.
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