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Two Views of the Stono Rebellion, South Carolina, 1739
Stono Slave Rebellion. South Carolina, 1739. *.
Rebellions and Uprisings
Stono Uprising. The Stono Rebellion. (1739) was one of the earliest known acts of rebellion against slavery in America.
AP® United States History 2003 Scoring Guidelines Form B
Rebellion (1676), Pueblo Revolt (1680), Salem Witchcraft trials (1692), Stono Rebellion (1739). The 8-9 Essay.
Chapter 6: Wealth and Slavery in Carolina
Stono's Rebellion, which took place near Charleston in 1739, was the largest slave uprising in the. American colonies prior to the Civil War.
Special Presentation: Slave Catchers, Slave Resisters
Slave Catchers, Slave Resisters captures the drama of the Stono Rebellion of 1739.

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Museum Mile Weekend: Visit 13 of Charleston's best historic sites for $25
Revolutionary drum and fife presentations and musket cartridge rolling for kids Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Lecture - The Stono Rebellion with historian Michael Coker on Sunday at 12:00 pm & 2:00 pm (recommended for adults).

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Stono Rebellion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Africans in America/Part 1/The Stono Rebellion
What exactly triggered the Stono Rebellion is not clear.
The Stono Rebellion
The Stono Rebellion was the largest slave revolt in colonial America.
Stono's Rebellion
Stono's Rebellion September 9, 1739.
Stono Rebellion
The Stono Rebellion occurred near the Stono River, about 20 miles from Charleston, South Carolina, and was the largest slave revolt in colonial America.

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