1860 Public Life of John Brown Abolitionist American SLAVERY Civil War Redpath. John Brown was one of the most famous 19. Century American abolitionists, who was deteremined to find a way to overthrow slavery in the United States. He led anti-slavery forces at various small battles prior to the Civil War, in fact, his pursuit of slave freedom was a major catalyst in the Civil War.
James Redpaths Public Life of Captain John Brown is an accurate biographical sketch of Browns abolitionist cause. It supports his efforts to find freedom for slaves and Redpath shows how he endorsed Browns views. Written by a newspaper reporter, for many years an Abolitionist, and one in touch with the friends of Brown, The work is affectionately if not skillfully done. Many original papers are used.
The details of Browns Kansas campaign, Virginia insurrection, trial and execution are fully told. Sanborn derived much of his material from this work. The public life of Captain John Brown : with an autobiography of his childhood and youth.
Boston: Thayer & Eldridge, 1860. Collation: Complete with all pages. References: Sabin 68528; Larned 1843. Binding: Hardcover; tight and secure.Size: 7in X 5in (17.5cm x 12.5cm). The item "1860 Public Life of John Brown Abolitionist American SLAVERY Civil War Redpath" is in sale since Wednesday, July 3, 2019.
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