A Social History Of The American Negro

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - Social Science - 256 pages
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In Charleston, South Carolina, in 1822, however, there was planned an insurrection about whose scope there could be no question. The leader, Denmark Vesey, is interesting as an intellectual insurrectionist just as the more famous Nat Turner is typical of the more fervent sort. It is the purpose of the present chapter to study the attempts for freedom made by these two men, and also those of two daring groups of captives who revolted at sea.

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