my nubian princesss how could this happen i cant deal with these conditions the drought has been going on now for month now
she's gone the illness took her my baby is dead what will we do my poor bay is gone (weeping)
They treat us like we aint worth nothing look at what don happened to my baby girl...yanno mabel i heard that there was an uprising planned im joining it stay home im not gon sit around and let this happen..not no mo
I have to imma have courage they aint gon treat me like no animal no mo
Chancy NO!!! what if you get captured they gon hang you i cant lose you too please dont do this !!
The others gon meet us there now lets go
okay yall we gon do this we need weapons we need to steal some yall with it
yea now lets get this done!
LETS GO GET THESE SLAVES!!
Thats not going to be the last one we got many more to go!
So Lets go do this what are we waiting for? LETS GO!!
THIS WAY I JUST SAW SOLDIER JOHN GABRIEL!
A group of rebels under the leadership of King June stayed at the fort to maintain control; another group took control of the estates in the Coral Bay area after hearing the signal shots from the fort's cannon. The slaves killed many of the whites on these plantations. The rebel slaves moved along to the north shore of the island. In each area, they avoided widespread destruction of property since they intended to take over the estates and resume crop production for their own benefit. IT stayed like this till a ship came and took control
The ship came and took control of the rebels the revult officaily ended august 25th 1774 because of the loss of life and property caused many people to move the revolt wasnt a bust though it caused the emancipation of slaves but it did take 100 year for this to happen