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  1. John Brown (May 9, 1800 – December 2, 1859) was an American abolitionist leader. First reaching national prominence for his radical abolitionism and fighting in Bleeding Kansas, he was eventually captured and executed for a failed incitement of a slave rebellion at Harpers Ferry preceding the American Civil War.

  2. George Brown: la Confédération et la dualité nationale, Québec: Les Presses de l'Université Laval, 2017. Creighton, Donald G. "George Brown, Sir John Macdonald, and the "Workingman"." Canadian Historical Review (1943) 24#4 pp: 362-376.

  3. 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.

  4. 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

  5. 25/11/2022 · John Y. Brown Jr. in 1979 delivering his inaugural address as Kentucky’s governor. ... In 1979, however, recently wed to Phyllis George, a pioneering sportscaster and former Miss America, ...

  6. The John Brown Farm State Historic Site includes the home and final resting place of abolitionist John Brown (1800–1859). It is located on John Brown Road in the town of North Elba , 3 miles (5 km) southeast of Lake Placid, New York , where John Brown moved in 1849 to teach farming to African Americans.

  7. Parkes recuerda: «John, la prima Leila y yo estábamos muy unidos. Mientras viajábamos en coche desde Edimburgo a Durness, solíamos divertirnos mucho. Esto fue desde que John tenía nueve años hasta los dieciséis». [22] Lennon tenía catorce años cuando su tío George murió, a los 52 años, de una hemorragia hepática el 5 de junio de 1955.