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What was the Stono Rebellion? A. the first organized slave revolt in early colonies B. the first attempt by English colonies to separate from England C. a revolt that overthrew the governor of Georgia in the 18th century D. a revolt that unified both the African slave population and indentured servant population of Virginia
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The Stono Rebellion is the first organized slave revolt in early colonies.
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