Enslaved African Rebellions in Virginia

@article{Tang1997EnslavedAR,
  title={Enslaved African Rebellions in Virginia},
  author={Joyce Tang},
  journal={Journal of Black Studies},
  year={1997},
  volume={27},
  pages={598 - 614}
}
  • Joyce Tang
  • Published 1 May 1997
  • History
  • Journal of Black Studies
Throughout the history of enslavement in colonial America, rebellions or conspiracies for revolts were not uncommon, particularly in the antebellum South where there was alarge concentration of Africans. In fact, well over 250 incidents of uprisings and plots were recorded in the South (Aptheker, 1974, p. 162). Many historians and legal scholars (Aptheker, 1971, 1974; Carroll, 1938; Chambers, 1968; Cheek, 1970; Cobb, 1858/1969; Coffin, 1860; Mullin, 1972; Nelson, 1966) have attempted to answer… 

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