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Title
American slave revolts and conspiracies American slave revolts and conspiracies :
Type
Text
Subject
Slave insurrections--United States--History--Encyclopedias.
Slavery--United States--History--Encyclopedias.
Slaves--United States--Social conditions--Encyclopedias.
Government, Resistance to--United States--History--Encyclopedias.
Conspiracies--United States--History--18th century--Encyclopedias.
Conspiracies--United States--History--19th century--Encyclopedias.
Abolitionists--United States--Biography.
African Americans--History--To 1863--Encyclopedias.
Genre Form
biographies
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Geographic Coverage
United States
Classification
LCC: E447 .W37 2015 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 306.3/620973 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2015019658
Content
text (Source: rdacontent)
Table Of Contents
Chronology of events
Prologue: Panic in Westmoreland County
State of siege
The Stono Revolt
The 1741 New York conspiracy
The Prosser conspiracy
The German Coast Revolt
Negro Fort resistance
The Vesey conspiracy
Nat Turner's Revolt
The Cheneyville conspiracy
The Creole Revolt
The Second Creek conspiracy
Biographies
Thomas Bennett
William Bull
William Claiborne
Sir Francis Cockburn
William Lloyd Garrison
Thomas Ruffin Gray
James Hamilton
Daniel Horsmanden
James Monroe
Solomon Northup
Primary documents
Stono Revolt (1739)
The New York conspiracy (1741)
The Prosser conspiracy (1800)
The German Coast Revolt (1811)
Negro Fort resistance (1816)
The Vesey conspiracy (1822)
Nat Turner's Revolt (1831)
The Cheneyville conspiracy (1837)
The Creole Revolt (1841)
The second Creek conspiracy (1861)
Analytical essays
Perspectives: The Stono Rebellion
Counterfactual essay: Gabriel Prosser's revolt
Turning point: Nat Turner's Revolt
Primary document essay: The condemnation of Denmark Vesey.
Authorized Access Point
Walters, Kerry S. American slave revolts and conspiracies