Fedon's Rebellion 1795-96: Causes and Consequences

@article{Cox1982FedonsR1,
  title={Fedon's Rebellion 1795-96: Causes and Consequences},
  author={Edward L. Cox},
  journal={The Journal of Negro History},
  year={1982},
  volume={67},
  pages={7 - 19}
}
On the night of March 2, 1795, Julien Fedon, a free mulatto of French extraction, at the head of about one hundred free coloreds' and slaves, initiated a rebellion in Grenada by killing a number of English white inhabitants at the town of Grenville in the northeastern section of the island. Simultaneously, another group of free coloreds and slaves under Ettienne Ventour and Joachin Philip, both free mulattoes, seized the persons and effects of the English white inhabitants at Charlotte Town or… Expand
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