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John Brown's raid


Resources:

Abolitionism and Antislavery
Resource Type: E-Seminar

Relevant pages:
The Road To War: John Brown's Raid

Relevant texts:
John Brown's final address

Relevant interactive tools:
Sectional tensions were further heightened in 1859, when abolitionist John Brown led an armed assult at Harpers Ferry, Virgina (now West Virginia), hoping to spark off a slave insurrection.
Sectional tensions were further heightened in 1859, when abolitionist John Brown led an armed assult at Harpers Ferry, Virgina (now West Virginia), hoping to spark off a slave insurrection.


Who's Who
Resource Type: Primary Source
John Brown (1800–59).


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