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Q: True or false during bacons rebellion the city of JamestownMaryland was burned?
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What were the origins of the political turmoil in Virginia during the 1670s?

Bacons Rebellion

Why did slavery accelerate after bacons rebellion?

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Who burned Jamestown to the ground?

Nathaniel Bacon and his followers burned down Jamestown, Virginia during Bacon's Rebellion in 1676.

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Nathaniel Bacon's army during Bacon's Rebellion in 1676 consisted of a diverse group of individuals. It included indentured servants, enslaved Africans, poor whites, and some Native Americans.

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When was the Jamestown capital burned and why?

The Colonial Capital in Jamestown was torched during Bacon's Rebellion on 19 September 1676 in protest to the failure of Governor Berkeley to exterminate the Native American population on the Colonial frontier.

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Was Savannah Georgia burned during the Civil War?

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