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John Brown’s Raid
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John Brown’s Raid

To be sure, ultimate freedom and assimilation was the ideal before the leaders, but the assertion of the manhood rights of the Negro by himself was the main reliance, and John Brown’s raid was the extreme of its logic.
W. E. B. Du Bois  --  The Souls of Black Folk
  1859 raid to seize 100,000 muskets and other arms from a Federal arsenal in an attempt to arm slaves for an uprising; Brown and most of men 21 men were killed or captured by Robert E. Lee amongst others
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Associated words [difficulty]:   John Brown’s Raid , Nat Turner’s Rebellion [5] , Fugitive Slave Law [6] , Compromise of 1850 [7] , Missouri Compromise [7]
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