The Governor And The Rebel, A History Of Bacon’s Rebellion In Virginia



This is the definitive study of the unsuccessful rebellion in Virginia led in 1676 by the younger Nathaniel Bacon, celebrated in history as the rebel, against Sir William Berkeley, the colonial governor of Virginia and one of the lords proprietors of Carolina. Using all known English and American sources, Washburn sheds light on many misconceptions surrounding the episode.

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Title: The Governor And The Rebel: A History Of Bacon’s Rebellion In Virginia
Author: Wilcomb E. Washburn
Published: January 1967
Pages: 270
Dimensions: 6.13 x 0.61 x 9.25 inches
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 978-0807840153

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Weight 0.87 lbs
Dimensions 6.13 × 0.61 × 9.25 in

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