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  1. John Brown, né le 9 mai 1800 à Torrington dans l'État du Connecticut et mort par pendaison le 2 décembre 1859 à ... George Kliger & Robert C. Albrecht

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    John George Brown (1831–1913), English-born American painter John William Brown (artist) (1842–1928), English painter and stained glass designer John Appleton Brown (1844–1902), American painter

  3. John Brown (* 9. Mai 1800 in Torrington , Connecticut ; † 2. Dezember 1859 in Charles Town, Virginia , heute West Virginia ) war ein US-amerikanischer Abolitionist , der sich gegen die Sklaverei in den USA auflehnte.

  4. 27/11/2019 · John Brown was a militant abolitionist whose violent raid on the U.S. military armory at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, was a flashpoint in the pre-Civil War era.

  5. 22/08/2022 · John Brown, (born May 9, 1800, Torrington, Connecticut, U.S.—died December 2, 1859, Charles Town, Virginia [now in West Virginia]), militant American abolitionist whose raid on the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia (now in West Virginia), in 1859 made him a martyr to the antislavery cause and was instrumental in heightening sectional animosities that led to the American Civil War ...

  6. The John Carter Brown Library 94 George Street Providence, Rhode Island 02906. Directions & Contact

  7. John Brown’s carriage that is on display at the museum became known as the “Washington’s Chariot” because President George Washington is said to have ridden in it while visiting Rhode Island. Rhode Island banker Marsden Perry purchased this property in 1901 and made many improvements to the house and grounds, including a landscape designed by the Olmsted Brothers.