Nat Turner Aftermath
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- A Clear Signal for Change: Multiple Interpretations and Nat Turner's
- Source 1: John W. Cromwell-“The Aftermath of Nat Turner's Insurrection”.
- Mini-Unit Title: Nat Turner's Revolt and Its Effects Author: Nicole Van
- innocent blacks, at least one hundred twenty, were murdered in the aftermath. Governor.
- 'Troublesome Property': Nat Turner's Revolt and Slave Resistance
- Charity Bowery, ex-slave, on aftermath of Turner's Rebellion. “The best and the brightest men were killed in Nat's time. Such one's are always suspected.
- (252). In support, Dunaway cites page 134 of Rose's anthology A
- slave revolts in the aftermath of Nat Turner's 1831 rebellion.
Suggested Web Resources
- Nat Turner's slave rebellion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- On November 5, 1831, Nat Turner was tried, convicted, and sentenced to death.
- The Aftermath of Nat Turner's Insurrection
- THE AFTERMATH OF NAT TURNER'S. INSURRECTION'. Nat Turner was a man below the ordinary stature, though strong and active.
- Nat Turner
- The role of Nat Turner in the history of the United States of America.
- Africans in America/Part 3/Nat Turner's Rebellion
- Nat Turner was born on October 2, 1800, in Southampton County, Virginia, the week before Gabriel was hanged.
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