Paul Revere’s Boston
Two lanterns hung from the steeple of the Old North Church in 1775 started Paul Revere from his home (built in 1677) to Lexington to warn of the British advance. Revere, who also took part in the Boston Tea Party, was a well known silversmith, dentist, bell caster and coppersmith.
Interior of the Old North Church
The chancel, pulpit and sounding board. The bust of Washington as it appears on the right. The original high pews, used each Sunday for services at 11:00.