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  1. John Pierre Burr (June 1792 – April 4, 1864) was an American abolitionist and community leader in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, active in education and civil rights for African Americans. He was an illegitimate child of Aaron Burr , the third U.S. vice president, and Mary Emmons , a Haitian governess who may have been born in ...

  2. By Sherri Burr. Aaron Burr Jr. (Class of 1772), the third Vice President of the United States, fathered two children by a woman of color from Calcutta, India. Their son, John Pierre Burr (1792-1864), would become an activist, abolitionist, and conductor on the Underground Railroad.

  3. 27 de ago. de 2019 · 155 Years After His Death, Abolitionist John Pierre Burrs Epitaph Updated to Include His Father, Aaron Burr. Descendant Sherri Burrs research shows that the vice president had...

  4. › catto_people › john-pierre-burrJohn Pierre Burr - US History

    John Pierre Burr. A Philadelphia community leader, abolitionists, and an education and civil rights activist, Burr was among the African American gentlemen who signed the broadside to recruit United States Colored Troops in Philadelphia, along with Robert Purvis, William T. Catto and William’s son, Octavius.

  5. Portrait of John Pierre Burr (1792-1864), the abolitionist son of Aaron Burr Jr. ('1772) and Mary Emmons of Calcutta, India.

  6. John Pierre became a conductor on the Underground Railroad and a champion for African American voting rights in Pennsylvania, and for recruiting U.S. Colored Troops to fight for freedom during the Civil War. Burr spent the winter of 1777-1778 at The Ghent military outpost, near Valley Forge.

  7. 19 de ago. de 2019 · African-American Abolitionist & Son Of Former Vice President Aaron Burr Receives Formal Recognition. August 19, 2019 | by Keshler Thibert. John Pierre Burr, born circa 1792, died April 4, 1864, was a Philadelphia abolitionist and natural son of Vice President Aaron Burr. | Image: Public Domain.