Asked by chris q #240085 on 3/28/2012 9:22 PM Last updated by main b #1084874 on 12/6/2020 1:03 AM Answers 3 Add Yours. The rebellion was organized in 1762 by Chief Pontiac, an Ottawa tribesman who appealed to tribal leaders from Mississippi to Lake Superior for support in resisting British control. The Stono Rebellion, also known as Cato's Rebellion or Cato's Conspiracy, was a slave revolt led by an Angolan man known only as "Jemmy." Who was involved in the rebellion? 1676. Some people (including Bacon) resented Berkeley's friendly policies towards the Native Americans. Virginia. Most of the province of Ulster came under the control of the rebel leaders. This event started the Taiping Rebellion because the Hong Xiuquan the Taiping Leader thought that was bad and not good to do if you’re the emperor of China. It did, however, move the spotlight on to the underlying problems posed by the growing numbers of slaves, particularly those coming from the Portuguese-speaking region of Angola and Congo in west-central Africa. The Rebellion occurs because Mr. Jones starts drinking heavily after losing a lawsuit. In 1900, in what became known as the Boxer Rebellion (or the Boxer Uprising), a secret Chinese organization called the Society of the Righteous … The events that led up to the Taiping Rebellion was the trading of opium in the Opium wars. The conflict was orchestrated and presumably instigated by District 13. The Stono Rebellion by no means was a real threat to the British authorities―quashing it was all in a day’s work for them. The First Rebellion was a major civil war that erupted in the nation of Panem more than seventy-five years prior to the events of The Hunger Games.The conflict was waged by the forces of the then thirteen districts of Panem, led by District 13, against the forces of the Capitol.. What year did the Bacons Rebellion occur? Answered by chris q #240085 on 3/28/2012 9:24 PM i … this is in my animal farm quiz. The Taiping Rebellion was a revolt against the Qing dynasty in China, fought with religious conviction over regional economic conditions, and lasting from 1850 However the rebellion went ahead in the north and the towns of Dungannon, Newry, Castleblaney along with the fort at Charlemont fell to the rebels. … Due to this information, Dublin did not fall. A fifth barrier to the popular anti-fascist movement and rebellion that the Trump years required was the fetish of the ancient, absurdly venerated 1788 U.S. Slaveowners’ Constitution. Pontiac intended for each tribe to capture the closest fort and meet up to eliminate any remaining undefended settlements. Why did the rebellion start? why does the rebellion at the farm happen sooner than expected? Whiskey Rebellion, (1794), in American history, uprising that afforded the new U.S. government its first opportunity to establish federal authority by military means within state boundaries, as officials moved into western Pennsylvania to quell an uprising of settlers rebelling against the liquor tax. Where did Bacons Rebellion occur?