'Edmund Cheeseman's Wife Before Governor Berkeley', (1877). Creator: Albert Bobbett.

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'Edmund Cheeseman's Wife Before Governor Berkeley', (1877). Creator: Albert Bobbett. Stock Photo
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'Edmund Cheeseman's Wife Before Governor Berkeley', (1877). Creator: Albert Bobbett.
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'Edmund Cheeseman's Wife Before Governor Berkeley', (1877). William Berkeley, the governor of Virginia (in what is now the United States), attempted to suppress a rebellion by his cousin Nathaniel Bacon in 1676-1677. Here Lydia, the wife of the rebel Edmund Cheeseman, faints as he is condemned for treason by Berkeley. A toothless old woman is restrained from attacking her. From "Our Country: a Household History for All Readers, from the Discovery of America to the Present Time", Volume 1, by Benson J. Lossing. [Johnson & Miles, New York, 1877]
Location: World,North and Central America,United States,Virginia