1. John Brown traveled through the East, speaking on the Kansas question and gathering money for arms, for "without the shedding of blood", he said, there could be "no remission of sin" in Kansas.
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8. John Brown was born in Torrington, Connecticut, on May 9, 1800, to Owen and Ruth Brown.
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14. In October 1859, John Brown led a raid on the federal armory at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, intending to start a slave liberation movement that would spread south through the mountainous regions of Virginia and North Carolina; there was a draft constitution for the state he hoped to establish.
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15. John Brown will visit Perry, where once-unionized meatpacking plants are now staffed largely by immigrant workers willing to accept lower wages.
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17. John Brown is seen by some Democrats as a bridge to winning Trump's voters who previously supported former President Obama.
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18. At an event Thursday, John Brown told Iowa Democrats that members of the party were making a false choice between campaigning for the party's progressive base or working-class families, according to the Des Moines Register.
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21. On October 16, 1859, John Brown led a small army of 18 men into the small town of Harper's Ferry, Virginia.
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22. John Brown was portrayed on film by John Cromwell in the 1940 Abe Lincoln in Illinois.
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24. John Brown made his men return to Iowa, where he fed them tidbits of his Virginia scheme.
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26. At the age of 16, John Brown left his family and went to Plainfield, Massachusetts, where he enrolled in a preparatory program.
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29. John Brown was born to a religious family from Connecticut who despised the institution of slavery.
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31. John Brown was tried and hanged at Charlestown, Virginia, on December 2, 1859.
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36. John Brown was born on May 9, 1800, in Torrington, Connecticut.
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37. John Brown was an abolitionist who led armed anti-slavery raids in Harpers Ferry, Virginia.
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38. On March 13, 2018, John Brown signed a one year, $5 million contract with the Baltimore Ravens.
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49. John Brown was born at Torrington, Connecticut, on May 4, 1800, to Owen Brown and Ruth Mills Brown.
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50. John Brown was a Scottish personal servant and favourite of Queen Victoria for many years.
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62. John Brown became part of that migration at age five, when his family moved to the frontier town of Hudson, Ohio, south of Cleveland.
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67. John Brown was born at Crathie, near Balmoral, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, December 8, 1826.
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69. John Brown was hanged in Charles Town on December 2, 1859.
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71. On October 16, 1859, the 59-year-old John Brown led his Provisional Army, consisting of five black men and 21 whites in a nighttime raid on the town of Harpers Ferry, Virginia.
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74. John Brown met the great abolitionist leader frederick douglass in 1847 and impressed Douglass with his sympathy for African Americans—both slaves and freemen.
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82. John Brown was born to a religious family from Connecticut who despised the institution of slavery.
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83. John Brown was a white abolitionist who led a rebellion against slavery in the United States.
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85. John Brown took part in the Underground Railroad, gave land to free African Americans and eventually established the League of Gileadites, a group formed with the intention of protecting black citizens from slave hunters.
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86. John Brown was born on May 9, 1800, in Torrington, Connecticut, to Ruth Mills and Owen Brown.
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87. John Brown was born on May 9, 1800, in Torrington, Connecticut, in a Calvinist household and would go on to have a large family of his own.
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96. John Brown was no longer looking toward Kansas and was entirely focused on Virginia.
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97. John Brown made his men return to Iowa, where he told them tidbits of his Virginia scheme.
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101. John Brown eventually moved into a home with his family across the street from the Perkins Stone Mansion on Perkins Hill.
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