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The South identified Abolitionism with violent revolution.

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How did John Brown attack on Harpers Ferry increase tension between the north and south?

The South identified Abolitionism with violent revolution.


How did john brown's attack on Harpers ferry increase tension between the north and the south?

The South identified Abolitionism with violent revolution.


How did john brown attack on harpers ferry increase tension between the north and the south?

The South identified Abolitionism with violent revolution.


How did John Browns attack on Harpers Ferry increase tension between the North and the South?

The South identified Abolitionism with violent revolution.


How did James Brown's attack on Harpers Ferry add to the tension between the North and the South?

After being declared official ambassador of Rock & Roll, James Brown's wailing vocal attack on Harpers Ferry was greeted with jubalation in both North and South. John Brown's attack and its effect on the tension between North and South is another story.


Who did john brown attack?

Harpers Ferry


Where did john brown direct his attack to end slavery?

Harpers Ferry, Virginia


When did the Harpers Ferry take place?

The Battle of Harpers Ferry started on September 12th 1862. The Battle of Harpers Ferry ended on September 15th 1862.


Who was the abolitionist who led an attack on a federal arsenal in harpers ferry in 1859?

John Brown


Why did John Brown attack the federal armory at Harpers Ferry?

To start a slave revolt.


How did John Brown attack on harpers Ferry increase tensions between the North and the south?

For the most part most Americans, both North and South, saw the Brown slave revolution as being radical and dangerous. Brown was a martyr to radical abolitionists, but for most Americans, Brown's violence was madness.


How did John Brown's attack on Harpers Ferry increase tensions between the north and the south?

For the most part most Americans, both North and South, saw the Brown slave revolution as being radical and dangerous. Brown was a martyr to radical abolitionists, but for most Americans, Brown's violence was madness.