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Paul Revere Jr. (1735−1818), A View of the Obelisk, 1766. Engraving. American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts; Bequest of Mary L. Eliot, 1927

John Johnson or Johnston (ca. 1753−1818), Green Dragon Tavern, 1773, “Where we met to plan the consignment of a few shiploads of Tea/ Dec 16, 1773.” Ink and watercolor on paper. American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts

Tea salvaged from Boston Harbor after the Boston Tea Party, 1773. Glass, twill tape, sealing wax, tea leaves. American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts; Gift of Rev. Thaddeus M. Harris, 1840

Paul Revere Jr. (1735−1818), engraver; attributed to Christian Remick (1726−73). The Bloody Massacre Perpetrated on King-Street, Boston on March 5th 1770 by a Party of ye 29th Reg[imen]t, ca. 1770−74 Hand-colored engraving. Gilder-Lehrman Institute of American History, GLC01868

Teapot associated with Crispus Attucks (d. 1770), 1740−60. Pewter, wood. Historic New England, Boston, Massachusetts; Gift of Miss S.E. Kimball through the Bostonian Society, 1918.1655

Edes & Gill, Boston, publishers, with engraving by Paul Revere Jr. (1735−1818), Broadside, “An Account of a Late Military Massacre at Boston, or The Consequences of Quartering Troops in a Populous Well-Regulated Town,” Boston–Gazette, and Country Journal, March 12, 1770. Patricia D. Klingenstein Library, New-York Historical Society

Paul Revere Jr. (1735−1818), A View of Part of the Town of Boston in New-England and Brittish [sic] Ships of War Landing their Troops! 1768, 1770. Hand-colored engraving, first state. American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts

Paul Revere Jr. (1735−1818), Bookplate for Paul Revere, undated, removed from Hugh Latimer’s Sermons, London, 1758. American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts

John Holt (1721−1784), printer, Broadside, To the Publick, October 5, 1774. Patricia D. Klingenstein Library, New-York Historical Society

Paul Revere Jr. (1735−1818), Tankard, 1760−70. Silver. Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts; Gift of The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company, a subsidiary of UnumProvident Corporation, 1999.502

Paul Revere Jr. (1735-1818), Tea service for John and Mehitable Templeman, 1792−93. Silver, wood. Lent by the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Gift of James F. and Louise H. Bell; Gift of Charlotte Y. Salisbury, wife of Harrison E. Salisbury and great niece of John Templeman Coolidge; and Gift of James Ford Bell and his family, by exchange, and Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Wenger, 1960−2001, 60.22.1-9, 94.88.1-2, 2001.165.1-.7.

Attributed to Paul Revere Jr. (1735−1818), Sketch of Revere’s copper mill and home in Canton, Massachusetts, ca. 1800. Pen and ink. Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Massachusetts

Paul Revere Jr. (1735−1818), Coffeepot, tankard, teapot, butter boat, tea tongs, and spoons made for Lois Orne and William Paine, 1773. Silver, wood. Worcester Museum of Art, Worcester, Massachusetts; Gift of Frances Thomas and Eliza Sturgis Paine, in memory of Frederick William Paine; Gift of Dr. and Mrs. George C. Lincoln of Woodstock, CT in memory of Fanny Chandler Lincoln (1959); Gift of Paine Charitable Trust (1965), 1937.55-.59, 1965.336-.337

Chester Harding (1792−1866), after Gilbert Stuart (1755−1828), Paul Revere (1735−1818), ca. 1823. Oil on canvas. Massachusetts Historical Society, Gift of Paul Revere Jr., 1973.

Chester Harding (1792−1866) after Gilbert Stuart (1755−1828), Rachel Walker Revere (1744−1813), ca. 1823. Oil on canvas. Massachusetts Historical Society, Gift of Paul Revere Jr., 1973.

Grant Wood (1892−1942), Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, 1931. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. © 2019 Figge Art Museum, successors to the Estate of Nan Wood Graham/ VAGA at ARS, NY

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