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Summary Of Nat Turner's Rebellion

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Nat Turner, Gabriel and Deslondes all had one commonality it was to dismantle the acts of slavery, Nat Turner did cause an uprising by using the networks that connected towns with distant slave communities. The communities believed in Nat Turner capabilities in leading the rebellion, however, Nat Turner confident in himself that he could not have the strength or the courage to begin to lead a rebellion. When Turner had the courage his neighborhood, network of communities, were not as united as before; The neighborhoods, despite the complexity of such network, embodied the rebellion were not moved by his words of rebelling against the white southerners without shedding blood. Nat Turner’s rebellion was a success for initiating the movement overall, however, Turner, after multiple rounds on many plantation owner’s residence, found himself running away from being captured from the states militia. Months later, Turner was apprehended, hanged and sever his head which was place on a stake in public for others to fear. Turner’s rebellion demonstrated to the white southerners a strong sense of unity, organization …show more content…
The plot was reached the ears of the governor of Virginia, James Monroe, receive this plot of uprising before it was commenced. The comprehension of the plot led by Gabriel was sophisticated in the nature of planning and coordinated task in order for a success of seizing an important structure. Gabriel’s example of organizing a well develop plan can be successful only when order and “need-to know” basis was upheld to prevent any leaks of information goes to the wrong person. This plot cause a long-term repercussion for slave as white southerners strengthen authority over their communities. During the war of 1812, white southerners were hesitant on arming slaves to help fight the cause in repressing the British forces, however, African American enter the theater in 1813 despite

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