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The first American revolution - Nathaniel Bacon's rebellion

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The end of Nathaniel Bacon's rebellion, restoration of the old order and Sir William Berkeley's death

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  With their leader gone, Bacon's insurgents were unable to build on their victories and soon split into five separate bands. There was no consolidation of the political achievements made during "Bacon's Assembly" and as soon as he received military support from England, 'Sir' William Berkeley was back in power and started a campaign of violent repression. By that time, Bacon's rebels were 


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