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Nat Turner: Slave Revolt Leader

by Terry Bisson

Other authors: Coretta Scott King (Introduction)

Series: Black Americans of Achievement

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A biography of the slave and preacher who, believing that God wanted him to free the slaves, led a major revolt in 1831.
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I was made aware of Nat Turner after seeing the remake of ' Birth of a Nation ' earlier this year. It was heart wrenching and full of despair, both for the victims and even for myself watching such cruelty and unfairness.

This book is probably made for a 6th grader so was an easy read, but gave enough details to someone who wanted to know the full story but not read a 200 page adult book on the subject. ( )
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