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Epitome of the life of Ossawatomie John Brown

Cleon Moore

Epitome of the life of Ossawatomie John Brown

including the story of his attack on Harpers Ferry and his capture, trial and execution

by Cleon Moore

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Published by L.S. Poffenbarger in Point Pleasant, W. Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Harpers Ferry (W. Va.)
    • Subjects:
    • Brown, John, 1800-1859,
    • Harpers Ferry (W. Va.) -- History -- John Brown"s Raid, 1859

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title: John Brown"s attack on Harpers Ferry.

      Other titlesJohn Brown"s attack on Harpers Ferry.
      Statementas related by Cleon Moore ; Livia-Simpson Poffenbarger, editor.
      ContributionsSimpson-Poffenbarger, Livia Nye, 1862-1937.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE451 .P74
      The Physical Object
      Pagination22 p. :
      Number of Pages22
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL7008363M
      LC Control Number09014466
      OCLC/WorldCa5532060

      From their perspective, it was inevitable. They ranged in age from 21 to Battle[ edit ] The town of Osawatomiean abolitionist settlement on the edge of the Marais des Cygnes River in present-day Miami County, Kansashad been the victim of a pro-slavery raid early in the summer ofand many of the original residents had fled east. John's Congregational Church —which went on to become one of the United States most prominent platforms for abolitionist speeches. On the 25th around Missourians camped not far from the town expecting to take it by surprise.

      No resistance was made, and beyond plundering some houses and running off horses, no great damage was done. I will carry this war into Africa. An event now happened that seemed to them to prove them right in all their charges and suspicions. Then the bold, blue eye grew tender, and the old harsh face grew mild, As he stooped between the jeering ranks and kissed the negro's child. Miscellaneous writings folder 1 of 2

      They would then head south, drawing off more and more slaves from plantations, and fighting only in self-defense. Initially he returned to Springfield, where he received contributions, and also a letter of recommendation from a prominent and wealthy merchant, George Walker. Partisan conflict instigated by both sides, including arson, looting, and crop destruction, would go on for at least another two months. Pleasant 5. Proslavery forces had terrorized the region, using threats and violence to influence elections in an attempt to make Kansas a slave state.


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Epitome of the life of Ossawatomie John Brown by Cleon Moore Download PDF Ebook

Brown's time in Springfield sowed the seeds for the future financial support he received from New England's great merchants, introduced him to nationally famous abolitionists like Douglass and Truth, and included the foundation of the League of Gileadites.

In Memorium Ellen Lewis Nye, 6. On November 2, after a week-long trial and 45 minutes of deliberation, the Charles Town jury found Brown guilty on all three counts. Had all men been killed in Kansas who indulged in such threats, there would have been none left to bury the dead. Correspondence miscellaneous Washington and Lee manuscript The business community had reacted with hesitation when Brown asked them to change their highly profitable practice of selling low-quality wool en masse at low prices.

Perish with him the folly that seeks through evil good Long live the generous purpose unstained with human blood!

Osawatomie

We learn of our contemporaries what they know without effort, and almost through the pores of our skin. In actuality, Perkins absorbed much of the financial loss, and their partnership continued for several more years, with Brown nearly breaking even by Also, on the outskirts of Springfield, the Connecticut River Valley 's sheep farmers Epitome of the life of Ossawatomie John Brown book largely unorganized and hesitant to change their methods of production to meet higher standards.

In three minutes Brown and the survivors were captives. Troops were soon hurried Epitome of the life of Ossawatomie John Brown book the spot and the little band was overpowered.

This is emphatically a cultural biography, a term that demands explanation. He immediately retreated to the main body, followed closely by the Missourians, who formed on the ridge west of where the John Brown monument now stands.

He hoped, indeed, to force the emancipation of the slaves, not perhaps by inciting a general revolt, but by gathering them up from time to time and by making property in slaves insecure. George Moffett Calling cards 6. With this misfortune, the Perkins and Brown wool commission operation closed in Springfield in late These extremes of hagiography and vilification were in time answered by scholarly objectivity.

Not the raid of midnight terror, but the thought which underlies; Not the borderer's pride of daring, but the Christian's sacrifice. There he discussed his plans with Douglass, and reconsidered Forbes' criticisms.

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