Nat Turner Slave Rebellion
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Nat Turner was a very intelligent slave who was also very religious and thought that he received a revelation from God telling him he needed to stop slavery.
His plan was to kill as many white people as possible in order to drive away slavery for his people.
On August 21 1831, Turner and his accomplices killed Turner's master and his family while they were asleep.
They continued to kill people from house to house with clubs, knives, and muskets.
It took a whole militia to take down the rebellion where Nat Turner and other slaves were executed.
On November 11, 1831, Nat Turner was hung to death for creating havoc in Virginia.
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