Brown–john



brown, john

Note: Robert E. Lee, soon to be commanding general of the main Confederate army, led the marines who captured Brown.

Note: In death, Brown became a martyr for abolitionists. “John Brown’s Body,” a popular song in the North during the Civil War, had this refrain: “John Brown’s body lies a-mold’ring in the grave; His soul goes marching on.”

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