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Who is John Brown?

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Answered 2016-01-14 00:58:30

Radical abolitionist John Brown and his sons already had massacred pro -slavery people in Kansas. He escaped the law and then was funded by rich New England abolitionists to incite a slave riot. He took over a Federal arsenal and with the weapons tried to incite a slave revolution. No slaves joined him and he was hanged for treason.

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Answered 2015-05-20 20:59:10

He was a white man who was against slavery. He started a rebellion. And help start the civil war (more or less)

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