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    Nat Turner, grew up very religious, but turned his visions into actions and became the leader of a vigorous slave rebellion in Southampton Virginia on August 21, 1831. This rebellion also known as (Southampton Insurrection) resulted with over 50 whites killed over a two day span. The whites then took charge in the killings of many African Americans throughout the state. Nat Turner was one of the most important figures in the time period of 1790 to 1850, because of his leadership in the malicious

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    Nat Turner a Slave Rebellion

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    life saying in my presence, I was intended for some great purpose (Nat turner, Brainyqoute.com)”. From the very beginning Nat Turner knew that he was meant to do something great. On the day of October 2, 1800 the famous Nat turner was born to Nancy Turner his father an unknown slave. Turner grew up with the thought that his father was an escaped slave and was coming back when he got the money to retrieve him and his mother. Nat turner grew up and lived his life in Southampton County, Virginia. The

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    Famous Slave Revolts

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    the topic of slavery, you might think about Nat Turner, Spartacus, or you might not. Any way, in this paper I’m going to answer the question that I want answered. And that question is: what were some famous slave revolts? Some famous slave revolts were: Nat Turner’s rebellion, Spartacus and the Third Servile War, and the Baptist Wat. I’m going to explain Nat Turner’s rebellion first. Nat Turner lead one of the most famous and one of the bloodiest slave revolts in American history. Turner had prophetic

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    Nat Turner’s Southampton Slave Revolt

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    Nat Turner was a man with a vision that would change America forever. His vision may have not sounded right to the average person but to Nat Turner, he was on Earth to realize his vision. Nat Turner is the most famous and most controversial slave rebel in American history, and he remains a storm center of dispute("Fires of Jubilee" author Stephen B. Oates). Nat Turner’s slave revolt may have not been the greatest way to solve the problem of slavery, but it did open many people's eyes. Slavery

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    The Importance of Nat Turner What was the importance of Nat Turner and where does he stand in American history? Nat Turner is an American slave, who has been forgotten about in history as well in the hearts of African-Americans. He led and organized one of the bloodiest slave rebellions in American history. This rebellion was "…the rebellion that served to change the course of American history in the three decades before the Civil War" (Goldman 10). Within this paper, it is to analyze on his

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    Nat Turner Assignment “Though it is a painful fact that most Negroes are hopelessly docile, many of them are filled with fury, and the unctuous coating of flattery which surrounds and encases that fury is but a form of self-preservation.”, a famous quote by “The Confession of Nat Turner “What is the Confession of Nat Turner? Well it all start with knowing who is Nat Turner? Nat Turner is a slave man that was born on October 2, 1800 on a Southampton County plantation. When Turner was small, he

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    years after his death, Nat Turner remains one of the most intricate figures in American history. He and his rebellion have been the heart of many intense arguments, and many scholars have burned gallons on end of midnight oil exhausting resources in attempt to get to know Mr. Turner. These valiant attempts at familiarizing themselves with this very influential man have left us with countless sources to study. In these sources, we can find several different explanations as to why Nat Turner launched this

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    Nat Turner was born into slavery, in South Hampton County, on October 2nd, 1800. He was a preacher that believed he was sent to lead people out of slavery. On August 21st, 1831, he led one of the most violent slave rebellions in American history. After six weeks in hiding, he was caught and hung for the atrocities carried out under his direction. The purpose of his rebellion was to help end slavery, but the results the slaves faced were the complete opposite. He was born on the Virginia plantation

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    The Fires of Jubilee: Nat Turner’s Fierce Rebellion Stephen B. Oates is an acclaimed biographer famous for his biographies of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Abraham Lincoln. Oates was a professor of history at the University of Massachusetts- Amherst. Oats was also an expert of The United States history during the nineteenth-century era. In addition to his career as a professor Oates was an author to sixteen books that all followed the same theme as being biographies of American historical figures

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    Jubilee: Nat Turner's Fierce Rebellion, written by Stephen B. Oates. The story is about a slave revolt that happened in 1831 and the person who led it, Nat Turner. It tells of his life, the area and time in which he lived, and of the bloody revolt as well as the bloodier repercussions after it was suppressed. Plot Synopsis An account of the August, 1831 slave revolt led by a slave named Nathaniel “Nat” Turner and happened in Southampton County, Virginia. The event is now known as Nat Turner’s Rebellion

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