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1973 "First Edition" stated on copyright page; Holt, Rinehart and Winston publishers, New York; hardbound; bound in tan cloth covered boards with a black soldier imprint on the front board and a red and black lettered and black illustrated (a cannon and a flagpole) spine.very good condition with unmarked pages; dust jacket very good.

 

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"At daybreak on October 17, 1859, John Brown, with a party of eighteen men, black and white, took control of the Federal Arsenal at Harper's Ferry, Virginia. Brown believed that Northern Abolitionists would join them, taking up arms or adopting mass political tactics to bring about the end of slavery. Instead, he and most of his surviving followers were captured the next day, and Brown was hanged for treason by the state of Virginia on December 2."

The Old Man John Brown at Harper's Ferry by Truman Nelson

SKU: BS171v
$22.95Price