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The first American revolution - Nathaniel Bacon's rebellion

Page entitled : Nathaniel Bacon's crusade against marauding Indians

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How Nathaniel Bacon's militia slaughtered the Susquahannocks and the betrayed the Occaneechi and Mannakin Indians

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  The group was representative of the freeholders settling Virginia's Tidewater and the Northern Neck frontier.
Bacon who was entertaining his friends and neighbors 'Captain' Crews, Henry Isham and William Byrd on that day, was just in a violent tirade against the governor's passive attitude towards the Indian transgressions. He had recently lost his overseer, killed by raiding Indians at Bacon's Quarter,


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