The John Brown Slavery Revolt Trial: A Headline Court Case
After leading a raid on Harper's Ferry, Virginia, John Brown was tried, convicted, and executed for treason, yet his case stirred the conscience of others and caused a change in thinking amongst people that soon led to the advancement of the abolition movement.
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