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The first American revolution - Nathaniel Bacon's rebellion

Page entitled : Nathaniel Bacon "the Younger" genesis of a rebel

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General discontent and Indian attacks in Virginia, the arrival and rise of the rebel Nathaniel Bacon II

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  In 1675, the menace of Indian attacks was still looming along the Frontier in Virginia, despite peace treaties and an ineffective system of forts. The frontier settlers had long requested the colonial government to take a more active part in defending their families from the roaming tribes, notably the Susquehannocks, and to send punitive expeditions to hunt the murderers. Governor Berkeley refused such open warfare,


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