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Julian Fedon


In 1795, Fedon, a mulatto planter who felt inspired by the French Revolution, staged a violent rebellion against the British importation of a large number of slaves. Fedon’s leadership allowed the slaves to take control of Grenada for a short period of time. By 1834, slavery was abolished. The site of Fedon’s camp in Grenada’s mountains is a popular memorable location in Grenadian history.

  *Image: Entrance of Fedon's camp in Grenada


Updated: 25 April 2008

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