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Millions of yellow, flaming pinpricks spread in all directions in the velvety Caribbean night. An apparently gifted speaker, Sharpe preached the equality of man based on the teachings of the Bible. He also believed inaccurate rumors that the king had already declared slaves free but that their masters were keeping the news a secret. In response, Sharpe surreptitiously planned a peaceful work stoppage. He may have ultimately hoped for the establishment of an independent republic similar to the one that had come into being a generation earlier in Haiti. Whatever his intentions, the stoppage quickly spiraled beyond his control and into full rebellion.
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Three Books on Jamaica: Anatomy of an Uprising
History of Jamaica - Wikipedia
The Morant Bay rebellion 11 October began with a protest march to the courthouse by hundreds of people led by preacher Paul Bogle in Morant Bay, Jamaica. Some were armed with sticks and stones. After seven men were shot and killed by the volunteer militia, the protesters attacked and burned the courthouse and nearby buildings. A total of 25 people died. Over the next two days, poor freemen , many ex-slaves, rose in rebellion across most of St. Thomas-in-the-East parish. The Jamaicans were protesting injustice and widespread poverty.
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History of Jamaica
The Caribbean island of Jamaica was initially inhabited in approximately AD or AD by the Redware people, often associated with redware pottery. However, some of the Taino escaped into the forested mountains of the interior, where they mixed with runaway African slaves, and survived free from first Spanish, and then English, rule. The Spanish also transported hundreds of West African people to the island. However, the majority of Africans were brought into Jamaica by the English.
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