Tuesday, October 18, 2011
One of Only 46 Surviving Paul Revere Bells Return to Boston Church
According to You Tube:
"One of 46 surviving bells made by Paul Revere's foundry before his death found a new home at Boston's Old South Meeting House, the famed place where the Boston Tea Party began. The 876-pound Paul Revere bell, made in 1801, was acquired from the First Baptist Church of Westborough, Massachusetts. The bell was connected to the original 1766 tower clock and will once again ring out the hour as it did in Colonial Boston."