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The first American revolution - Nathaniel Bacon's rebellion

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How three victories against governor Berkeley and an Indian campaign tired Nathaniel Bacon to death

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  Nathaniel Bacon and his lieutenants, Richard Lawrence, Giles Bland, William Drummond and 'Captain' James Crews cared little for this revolutionary legislation. As soon as they had their commission they went out and raised a new army to fight the Indians and sweep them out of Virginia. Meanwhile, the old governor repudiated the commission and started to raise a new army of Loyalists to crush the rebellion.


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