Late in the Spring night of April 18th, 1775, Paul Revere road off to warn fellow patriot and my great great great great great grandfather – John Hancock – of the coming British troops who had been commanded to remove the store of arms the militia had stockpiled at Concord MS just 20 miles inland from Boston. Depicted here, Paul Revere has just crossed the bay to the north west of the city and is riding off ahead of the soldiers crossing in boats behind him under the watchful eye of the British warship enforcing a curfew on the colonists. When tyranny raises its ugly head, it will take away your freedom of speech, your ability to research or publish facts, control your movement, force things on you that you do not want, and most importantly take away your means of defending or fighting back. Be warned and SOUND THE ALARM!!!
~ Mark Keathley
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