1859/11 - John Brown's Trial Sentencing, and Final Speech of his Life

1859/11 - John Brown's Trial Sentencing, and Final Speech of his Life

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John Brown
Publish / Release Date
Nov 2, 1859

John Brown's

Final Speech

after being found Guilty of

murder, insurrection, and treason.



2021.pngIn October 1859, John Brown led a raid on the federal armory at Harpers Ferry, Virginia (today West Virginia), intending to start...
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