Whether you are planning a lesson about Patrick Henry or are a student yourself, one of our main goals here at Red Hill is to provide educational materials about the life and times of this great patriot. We have lots of resources to help students of all ages learn more about Patrick Henry and the world he lived in—from his role in the Revolution to the lifestyle of an 18th century colonial patriot, this website can help provide you with historical background and information.
Resources for Students If you are studying Patrick Henry, looking for information on an assignment, writing a paper, or just looking for some extra help in your history class, we want to help you find the information you are looking for!
Throughout this website you can find lots of helpful information about Patrick Henry’s life—the man himself, the time he lived in, the Revolution, and more.
For information about Patrick Henry’s life and times, you can visit this section of our website. There you’ll find the story of his life and legacy starting at his birth, all the way to now.
One of the best resources we can offer as you research Mr. Henry is to be able to read his own words through transcripts of his speeches, his letters, and other writings. Our online database of Henry’s words is the best place to find primary sources about the man who came to be known as the Voice of the American Revolution. Visit our library website here.
If you have a question about Henry that you can’t find here, please feel free to contact us. One of our helpful historians will do their best to find your answer!