John Brown Jr., the eldest son of the abolitionist John Brown, was born in Ohio in July Along with four brothers, John Jr. moved out west to Kansas in After his father’s actions in “Bloody Kansas”, John Jr. was arrested, mistreated while in prison, and later released. Shortly after this, John Jr. left Kansas with his father. John Jr. might have been aware of the plans for the raid at Harpers Ferry in Virginia. He was not a part of the raid itself, yet he knew all the details and even was part of the process.
John Brown on his way to the gallows and martyrdom When is a cause so just that the means justify the end? Today we […] free four million black people. For it was 154 years ago on this day that John Brown – the legendary meteor who sparked the […] , immediately following his audacious raid on Harpers Ferry , John Brown was imprisoned in Charles Town, Virginia, charged with