Nat Turner's Rebellion - Journalist

Nat Turner's Rebellion - Journalist
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  • Nat Turner... He seems like an interesting person in history, what did he do?
  • Well first and foremost, slavery is bad, and in early Americas, slaves were being treated poorly and as criminals.
  • Nat Turner started a rebellion that slowly grew as he went on. When he rebelled, he said he was being led by God, and that he still expected to be caught and executed after.
  • His rebellion lasted 2 days, and during that time he had gained a lot of more slaves in his rebellion, and also murdered many, many more white people, including women and children.
  • Slavery is a horrible thing and was looked down upon. The slaves should have really taken more chances to rebel. But, it still never gave them the right to kill much more other people. Nat Turner's rebellion had a big impact on history.
  • Nat Turner definitely thought he was doing the right thing. Though, it had a really big impact on history. In the time period, people started treating slaves worse as a way to control them. The rebellion also sparked more rebellions at the time period, and more conflict between abolitionists and slave owners.
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