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American History

 

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Ashley L

 

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March 15, 2016

 

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The slaves were beaten, shackled, and chained; some were even hanged. The disgusting conditions Blacks were forced to live in, the way the slave owners treated the slaves, and the hopelessness the slaves felt, led Nat Turner to conclude that the slaves had no other choice but to take matters into their own hands...
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Thus, the beginning of Nat Turner's fierce Rebellion. Let us briefly summarize the book, The Fires of Jubilee. This book is the story of the slave revolt that took place in Southhampton, Virginia in 1831. Stephen Oates carries us to Southhampton and into the mind of one of the most famous slaves, Nat Turner, who led the slaves to revolt...
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