Cary's Rebellion, also known as the Cary Rebellion, was an uprising against the governor of North Carolina in 1711, led by Thomas Cary who refused to give up his governorship to Edward Hyde. The rebellion was part of a long-standing tension between the religious and political groups in North Carolina, generally divided between the Quaker party, of which Cary was a part, and the Church of England party, to which Hyde belonged.

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  • La rébellion de Quaker-led-Cary s'est déroulée dans la colonie d'Albemarle (aujourd'hui en Caroline du Nord) entre 1708 et 1711, à l'instigation de Thomas Cary (en), en mêlant des conflits politiques et religieux dans une colonie encore peu peuplée et entourée de tribus amérindiennes, mais qui s'étend vers l'Ouest et le Sud après la victoire des anglicans contre les quakers. (fr)
  • Cary's Rebellion, also known as the Cary Rebellion, was an uprising against the governor of North Carolina in 1711, led by Thomas Cary who refused to give up his governorship to Edward Hyde. The rebellion was part of a long-standing tension between the religious and political groups in North Carolina, generally divided between the Quaker party, of which Cary was a part, and the Church of England party, to which Hyde belonged. (en)
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  • La rébellion de Quaker-led-Cary s'est déroulée dans la colonie d'Albemarle (aujourd'hui en Caroline du Nord) entre 1708 et 1711, à l'instigation de Thomas Cary (en), en mêlant des conflits politiques et religieux dans une colonie encore peu peuplée et entourée de tribus amérindiennes, mais qui s'étend vers l'Ouest et le Sud après la victoire des anglicans contre les quakers. (fr)
  • Cary's Rebellion, also known as the Cary Rebellion, was an uprising against the governor of North Carolina in 1711, led by Thomas Cary who refused to give up his governorship to Edward Hyde. The rebellion was part of a long-standing tension between the religious and political groups in North Carolina, generally divided between the Quaker party, of which Cary was a part, and the Church of England party, to which Hyde belonged. (en)
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  • Cary's Rebellion (en)
  • Rébellion de Quaker-led-Cary (fr)
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