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Gabriel, Vesey, Nat Turner, Harriet Tubman and Underground Railroad
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- Indiana University, Bloomington
- Aaad-A 150 - Surv Cultr of Black Americans
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AAAD 150 1nd Edition Lecture 9 Outline of Last Lecture I. Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Domestic Slave Trade Outline of Current Lecture II. Conspiracies and Insurrections III. Running Away Current Lecture I. Conspiracies and Insurrections 1712 Slave Revolt: Africans and Native Americans armed with guns killed nine white people Rebellion in Stono, S.C where several dozen slaves killed unknown number of whites Gabriel o Organized a thousand slaves who began a march in Virginia o Governor called out militia and routed insurgents Denmark Vesey o Free carpenter in Charleston, SC o Sought assistance from revolutionaries in Haiti as he organized an attack on Charleston for Bastille Day o Attack would involve thousands of slaves but it was revealed before it occurred o Vesey and lieutenants were hanged when they refused to tell their secrets Amistad o Africans being transported illegally from Cuba seized their ship, Amistad, and tried to return to Africa o Landed on Long Island and captured by US Coast Guard and taken to Connecticut for trial o Amistad case reached US Supreme Court and freed them o “Mutiny Aboard the Amistad” Painting was created by Cinque Nat Turner o Literate slave preacher that organized the most deadly American slave revolt that occurred in Southampton County, Virginia o Felt that God designated him as the liberator of the enslaved through shedding of white people’s blood o Killed 59 white people in two days These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.
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