Who was Mary Katherine Goddard? The first female Postmaster, at times during the Revolutionary War Baltimore’s lone printer, dry goods and stationary proprietor and the only woman to ever publish an official copy of the Declaration of Independence. “The Declaration of Independence was an act of treason. The men that signed the parchment Declaration of Independence, now

2018 Patriot’s Day Sale

Join us at an upcoming event this Patriot’s Day!  Use coupon code “2018PatriotsDay” for a 15% discount on events.  Order prior to April 19 to lock in your savings!  
Revere’s Riders is happy to thank the Nevada Shooters web forum for their generous support.   This forum is Nevada’s premier firearm enthusiast community.  We have enjoyed a positive relationship with NV Shooters for some time and extended discounts to members of the NV Shooters forum community in the past. We are expanding this cooperation for
Recently, ChicagoNow ran a piece (TimesUp—How Far Have Women Really Come?) concerning Woman’s Sufferage and the relation to 2018 TimesUp conversation. Contained within the article was this quote: “The time depicted in Hamilton was no exception. Despite the many contributions women made during the American Revolution, once the fighting was over women returned to being

On This Day: Patrick Henry

If you’ve only heard the last line, Patrick Henry’s speech to the Virginia legislature on March 23rd, 1775 is worth reading in it’s entirety. Henry spoke as a delegate to the Second Virginia Convention at St. John’s Episcopal Church in the town of Richmond on that day. The convention was debating whether to include language
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Revere’s Riders offers an instructor reimbursement program that defrays the cost for our volunteers to gain NRA/CMP/Range Officer credentials, first aid training, or academic classes from a regionally accredited educational university on the subject of American Revolutionary War History. For 2018, we are expanding this program to include match entry fees for sanctioned competitions from

Elections Today in 6 States

Revere’s Riders encourages all United States citizens to do their civic duty and vote. The government representatives that you elect set local, county, state and federal policy and law. It is up to each and every one of us to vote for the representatives who best reflect our own vision and values. The Constitution provides

On This Day: Crispus Attucks

On this day, March 5th 1770, Crispus Attucks is killed during the Boston Massacre. The first to defy, The first to die. On March 5, 1770, British soldiers Captain-Lieutenant John Goldfinch and Private Hugh White stood guard outside the Boston Custom House on King Street in Boston (known as State Street today). Edward Garrick, a wigmaker’s
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For 2018, we have rolled out a new feature for our website: recording of qualification scores! Most of our event participants strive to “shoot a score” on the qualifying tests run at our events. Henceforth, we will be recording all qualification scores on the website; they will be accessible to you as a record of