By the fall of 1676, Bacon and his supporters rose up and plundered the elite’s estates and slaughtered nearby Indians. After Governor Berkeley declared Bacon’s army illegal, Bacon marched his men to Jamestown to confront the colonial leaders about a number of grievances. In this product, students are given a context for Bacon's Rebellion. The students are they asked to read through 4 excerpts from "The Declaration 1676" in which Nathaniel Bacon list his grievances that led to the rebellion. This product comes with a complete teacher key. Ready to use - no prep!