John Brown (abolitionist)

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John Brown was militant American abolitionist. - AsNotedIn


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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Rebel Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Harpers Ferry, WV John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry
Rebel John Brown's Headquarters Samples Manor John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry
1800/05/09 John Brown is born in Torrington, Connecticut Born Torrington Connecticut
1818/00/00 John Brown briefly attends Greersburg Academy, Darlington, PA. Education Greersburg Academy Darlington
1819/00/00 Levi Blakeslee and his stepbrother John Brown build a tannery and a log cabin (razed). Home John Brown Farmhouse Hudson
1820/06/21 Dianthe Lusk marries John Brown Groom
1824/00/00 Original Brown Farmhouse (no wings) built by carpenter Herman Peck for abolitionist, John Brown. Brown his wife and 3 children live here till 1826, when they moved to Pennsylvania Home John Brown Farmhouse Hudson
1825/05/00 John Brown builds a tannery. Mr Brown operated his tannery until he left Crawford County in 1835. Architect John Brown Tannery Site New Richmond
1840/00/00 Work Brown-Kent Tannery Kent, OH
1844/00/00 John Brown moves into a two-room cottage across the street from the Perkins Mansion and engages in the wool trade with Simon Perkins Jr. Home
1849/00/00 Home John Brown Farm and Gravesite Lake Placid, NY
1855/00/00 Home John Brown Cabin Osawatomie
1858/00/00 John Brown makes fund raising trips throughout the Connecticut Western Reserve (NW Ohio near Lake Erie), 1857-1858. Militant
1859/06/00 Abolitionist John Brown stays in Chambersburg from June until mid-October 1859, while receiving supplies and recruits for his raid on Harpers Ferry. Rebel John Brown House Chambersburg, PA John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry
1859/12/02 Sitting on his casket, with his arms tied, John Brown is driven in a wagon to his execution. He is hanged until death. - I John Brown am now quite certain that the crimes of this guilty land: will never be purged away but with Blood. I had as I now think Died Gibson-Todd House Charles Town John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry
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