One if by Land, Two if by Sea, and Three if by the Capitol Steps
by Elise Lemire
On the first anniversary of the Capitol attack, and the 162nd of Longfellow's poetic canonization of the Boston patriot, Paul Revere's ride remains a contested and protean symbol for a nation in crisis.
SOURCE: Boston Globe
Paul Revere-Era Time Capsule Uncovered at The State House
The 219-year-old capsule— a green box believed to contain Revere-era items— was concealed by Governor Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, and William Scollay when the building was constructed in 1795.
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