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Paul Revere & Sons

Historic and Project Documentation

The Canton Historical Commission has researched the buildings and the structures still standing at the Revere Copper and Rolling Mill.

Read the technical and historical research documents that provide an in-depth analysis of the Revere Mill Area

Read the April 18, 2008 letter from the Canton Historical Commission requesting an Archaeological Survey of the Property where Paul Revere's House stood.

Read the technical and historical analysis of the

  • Revere Draft Horse Stable

  • Revere & Sons Rolling Mill

  • Revere Sluceway

The Demolition Request September 2007

In 2004 a regulatory site analysis and design concept was conducted by Sasaki & Associates which called for the preservation of the Rolling Mill and Historic Revere Draft Horse Stable.

Local History on Paul Revere in Canton

Additional Resources on the Life of Paul Revere

Read more about the Bells cast by Paul Revere & Sons from Boston and Canton.

Read about the Paul Revere Mural in the Canton Post Office

    • The developer has proposed a mitigation package that includes linking the approval of 550 residential units plus 20,000 sf of retail space in exchange for "saving" the historic buildings. Read the proposal and decide for yourself. Paul Revere Commons Mitigation Proposal February 2008

    • Download the Industrial Subdivision Plans that Napleton Aquisitions has filed with the Canton Planning Board that spell doom for the Historic Buildings. (Plan 1 and plan 2). The Subdivision plan was withdrawn by the developer in the Fall of 2008.

Also, read the Independent Engineering Review listing over 100 deficiencies and issues with the proposed Industrial Subdivision. Read the developers response.

The Zoning Change that was filed on December 12, 2008 by Attorney Paul Schneiders has been withdrawn. This change as filed would seek to build an over 55 community on 8 acres of the site. You can read the proposed zoning here.

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