Paul Revere was best known for his role as a messenger in the battles of Lexington and Concord, and is regarded as a patriot in the American Revolution.
Revere was also known for his work as a silversmith and engraver, but he was also a barber, as were many people in his day.
And like most barbers of the time, he was also a dentist.
He’s said to have yanked a tooth or two from George Washington’s mouth, and reportedly made at least one of the first president’s sets of dentures.
One of Revere’s most famous engravings was of the Boston Massacre in March of 1770.