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Q: How long does it take to ride horseback from Boston to Philadelphia?
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How long does it take for mail to travel 2000 miles by pony express?

A person on horseback can travel about 30 miles a day. The Pony Express did not ride 2000 miles when it was active. That is the length of the country.

In which state did Paul Reveren make a famous ride by horseback after receiving a signal from the tower in the old north church?


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Sybil Ludington, age 16, was sent on a horse to warn the nation that the "British are coming." She rode 40 miles (twice as far as Paul Revere.) The ride occurred on April 25, 1777. It started at her home, near Kent, NY. She rode all night, alerting the militia men in the area that the British had raided Danforth, Connecticut where colonial supplies were stored. She married Edmund Ogden, an attorney, to become what she really wanted to be, a wife and mother. On her grave her name is spelled Sibbell. She signed it Sebal on a pension application and it is listed as Sibel in the 1810 census. There is a statue of her on horseback at Carmel, NY.

What does if-land if-if-c mean?

Old North Church (officially, Christ Church in the City of Boston), at 193 Salem Street, in the North End of Boston, is the location from which the famous "One if by land, and two if by sea" signal is said to have been sent. This phrase is related toPaul Revere's midnight ride, of April 18, 1775, which preceded the Battles of Lexington and Concord during the American Revolution.

Who warned the colonist in Lexington that the British were going to attack?

On the night of April 17, 1775 the Son's of Liberty were meeting in Concord and they knew that the British were gathering troops in Boston to soon march to find any weapons or powder that the colonials may have hidden. They hired Paul Revere, for 30 shillings, to ride if the troops came ashore at Charelstown. They did and Revere began his ride, but didn't finish it because he was arrested by the British patrol between Boston and Concord. Two men, Prescott and Dawes came along, saw Revere in trouble, and rode to Concord to warn the men meeting there. Later, that morning, the battle at Lexington happened and then the one at the Bridge of Concord. The only reason we think of Revere and this event is because a 100 years AFTER it happened Longfellow wrote a poem called The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere. In the poem he states that Revere called out "the British are coming." That alone is not something that would have happened because the people in the colonies thought of themselves as British.