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Historic Marker: The Stono Rebellion, the largest Slave Insurrection in British North America, began nearby on September 9, 1739. About 20 Africans raided a store near Wallace Creek, a branch of the Stono River. Taking guns and other weapons, they killed two shop-keepers. The rebels marched South toward promised freedom in Spanish Florica, waving flags, beating drums, and shouting "Liberty!" (cont'd)

Historic Marker: The Stono Rebellion, the largest Slave Insurrection in British North America, began nearby on September 9, 1739. About 20 Africans raided a store near Wallace Creek, a branch of the Stono River. Taking guns and other weapons, they killed two shop-keepers. The rebels marched South toward promised freedom in Spanish Florica, waving flags, beating drums, and shouting "Liberty!" (cont'd)

Aquia Creek historical marker #Stafford350 http://fredmarkers.umwblogs.org/2008/03/17/historic-aquia-creek-e-123/

Aquia Creek historical marker #Stafford350 http://fredmarkers.umwblogs.org/2008/03/17/historic-aquia-creek-e-123/

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