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A voice from Harper"s Ferry

A voice from Harper"s Ferry

A narrative of events at Harper"s Ferry ; with incidents prior and subsequent to its capture by Captain Brown and his men

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Published by Printed for the author in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brown, John, -- 1800-1859,
  • Harpers Ferry (W. Va.) -- History -- John Brown"s Raid, 1859.

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources,inc., 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 40113)

    StatementBy 0sborne P. Anderson, one of the number.
    SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 40113.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination72 p.
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17549035M

    Similar Items. Echoes of Harper's Ferry Published: () ; The Life, trial, and execution of Captain John Brown, known as "Old Brown of Ossawatomie," with a full account of the attempted insurrection at Harper's Ferry Published: () ; The tribunal: responses to John Brown and the Harpers Ferry Raid / Published: (). Taking a centered approach to a polarizing person in history, John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry presents Brown as a man whose deeply held abolitionist beliefs gradually evolved to a point where he saw violence as inevitable. Through a set of featured documents, some containing Brown's own words, the evolution of his abolitionist strategies are presented along with the symbolism his actions Author: Jonathan Earle.

    West Virginia state Sen. John Unger, D-Berkeley/Jefferson, who is known as the “vicar of Harpers Ferry” — serving as pastor at two Harpers Ferry churches and one in Bolivar — said the. 8. Osborne Anderson, A Voice from Harpers Ferry, 9. John Brown, Interview with Senator James Mason, Representative Clement Vallandigham and Others, Octo Excerpts from the Trial of John Brown, Opening Remarks of John Brown to the Virginia Court, Octo John Brown’s Response to Claims of His Insanity, October.

    Anderson was the sole survivor from Brown’s main raiding party at Harpers Ferry, and once he made it back to Canada, he wrote his account of the raid, A Voice From Harper’s Ferry, according to Author: Henry Louis Gates Jr. Harper's Ferry insurrection - Interior of the Engine-House, just before the gate is broken down by the storming party - Col. Washington and his associates as captives, held by Brown as hostages Summary Men shot and bleeding, John Brown and others with rifle and pikes, and hostages inside the engine house of the Harpers Ferry Armory.


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However. it was not set in print again until That year Vince Copeland, whose introduction “The Unfinished Revolution” is included in. A Voice from Harpers Ferry: A Narrative of Events at Harper's Ferry; With, Incidents Prior and Subsequent to its Capture by Captain Brown and His Men (Boston: Printed for the author.

Reprinted in Jean Libby, Black Voices from Harper's Ferry: Osborne Anderson and the John Brown Raid (Palo Alto, California: Jean Libby, ), pp.

My sole purpose in publishing the following Narrative is to save from oblivion the facts connected with one of the most important movements of this age, with reference to the overthrow of American slavery.

My own personal experience in it, under the orders of Capt. Brown, on the 16th and 17th of October,as the only man alive who was at Harper's Ferry during the entire time—the.

A Voice from Harper's Ferry ABOUT THIS BOOK ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The neglected voices from Harper’s Ferry By Mumla Abu-Jamal What is a nation. By Monica Moorehead The unfinished revolution By Vince Copeland A Voice from Harper's Ferry – the narrative Preface Chapter I Chapter ll Chapter III Chapter IV Chapter V.

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About the Author Osborne Anderson was the only surviving African American member of John Brown’s raid on. A Voice from Harper's Ferry; A Narrative of Events at Harper's Ferry: With Incidents Prior and Subsequent to Its Capture by Captain Brown and His Me [Osborne Perry Anderson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: # Harpers Ferry (W. Va.). A Voice from Harper's Ferry is the abolitionist testament of Osborne Perry Anderson, the only surviving black participant in the raid on Harpers Ferry organized by John Brown.

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He fled to Canada and wrote a book called "A Black Voice of Harpers Ferry" which is the only book written by a black raider. The raiders also killed a free black in the streets of Harpers Ferry. He was Heyward Shepherd, the baggage master of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Anderson, Osborne P. (Osborne Perry), Voice from Harper's Ferry. New York: World View. The best private Singing and voice lessons in Harpers Ferry, WV.

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A narrative of events at Harper's Ferry; with incidents prior and subsequent to its capture by Captain Brown and his men. Contributor Names Anderson, Osborne Perry, Enos, J.D. Brown, John, [from old catalog], Harpers Ferry, -- History. [from old catalog] Publisher Boston, Printed for the author Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress Language English Volume 1Pages:   8.

Osborne Anderson, A Voice from Harpers Ferry, 9. John Brown, Interview with Senator James Mason, Representative Clement Vallandigham and Others, Octo Excerpts from the Trial of John Brown, Opening Remarks of John Brown to the Virginia Court, Octo John Brown’s Response to Claims of His Insanity, October Brand: Bedford/St.

Martin's. A Voice from Harper's Ferry is the abolitionist testament of Osborne Perry Anderson, the only surviving black participant in the raid on Harpers Ferry organized by John Brown.

The book details the motivations and preparations for the raid, the events that unfolded over several days in Octoberand Anderson's subsequent escape.The raid on Harpers Ferry, Octo ;: A brutal skirmish widens the rift between North and South, (A Focus book) by Robert N.

Webb No recommendations yet recommend.A Voice From Harper's Ferry. After the failed raid, Anderson went on to write an account of the events, titled A Voice From Harper’s Ferry. The book describes the conditions that were present at the Harpers Ferry raid, including the training, the supplies that were available, and the events that led up to and followed the raid.