Nat Turner Slave Rebellion

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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