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John Brown, terrible "saint"
|Statement||by David Karsner; illustrated with four pen drawings by Esther Eberson Karsner and from contemporary pictures.|
|LC Classifications||E451 .K25|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii p., 2 l., 340 p.|
|Number of Pages||340|
|LC Control Number||34030695|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Karsner, David, John Brown, terrible 'saint'. New York, Dodd, Mead & Company, (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Print version: Karsner, David, John Brown, terrible 'saint'. New York, Dodd, Mead & Co., (DLC) John Brown, Terrible Saint Paperback – Ap by David Karsner (Author), Esther Eberson Karsner (Illustrator) See all 3 formats and editions John Brown other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: David Karsner. Provocative and illuminating, this book should be read by anyone who cares about Brown, the legacy of slavery, and the use and abuse of history in AmericaTony Horwitz, author of Midnight Rising: John Brown and the Raid that Sparked the Civil War Gilpin's study of John Brown in American memory is a genuine by: 1.
Biography Early years. David Karsner was born Ma at Baltimore, Maryland, the son of Cecil J. and Anita elder Karsner worked as an official at the Port of Baltimore.
Both of Karsner's parents died when David was still young and he wound up in a Baltimore orphanage and school for underprivileged boys.
Career. Karsner's John Brown career began about when he went. Shop John Brown University Apparel, Textbooks, Merchandise and Gifts at the Golden Eagles Bookstore. Flat-Rate Shipping. This is a very complete, very through book on John Brown.
It covers his entire life and just what kind of person he was and how this led to the assault on Harper's Ferry. The introduction talks about slave revolts, the revolution in Haiti, a race riot in Atlanta in and other similar things/5. More than two centuries after his birth and almost a century and a half after his death, the legendary life and legacy of John Brown go marching on.
Variously deemed martyr, madman, monster, terrorist, and saint, he remains one of the most controversial figures in America's history. Brown's actions in Kansas and Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, provided major catalysts for the American Civil War.
The interdisciplinary focus marshalled by editor Peggy A. Russo makes Terrible Swift Sword unique, and this, together with the popular mythology surrounding the legend of John Brown, will appeal to a broad audience of readers interested in this turbulent moment in American Finkelman is Chapman Distinguished Professor of Law at the.
The best book I've read yet is "John Brown's Spy" by Lubet, followed by "John Brown's Trial" by McGinty.
John Brown's Spy tells the story of the raid from the point of view of the ones who saw it best; the other raiders. There were twenty-two me. John Brown, –, American abolitionist, b. Torrington, Conn. He spent his boyhood in Ohio.
Before he became prominent in the s, his life had been a succession of business failures in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and New York. Terrible Swift Sword: The Legacy of John Brown [Peggy A. Russo, Paul Finkelman and Peggy A. Russo]. More than two centuries after his birth and almost a century and a half after his death, the legendary life and legacy of John Brown go marching on.
Interesting book -- John Brown is a complicated figure, and hard to explain in a way that makes sense for kids. But this book has a pretty good layout of his life, and the author's note adds a lot to the story, to the discussion about believing the right thing but maybe not having the right tactics, and about how his faith shaped his radicalism/5.
RAISING HOLY HELL By Bruce Olds Henry Holt; pages; $ With his harebrained and doomed assault on a federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry, abolitionist John Brown has always been a tough nut for Author: KENNETH C. DAVIS. Biography Explores John Brown's Legacy John Brown's violent campaign against slavery — punctuated by the dramatic raid at Harper's Ferry, Va.
The interdisciplinary focus marshalled by editor Peggy A. Russo makes Terrible Swift Sword unique, and this, together with the popular mythology surrounding the legend of John Brown, will appeal to a broad audience of readers interested in this turbulent moment in American Finkelman is Chapman Distinguished Professor of Law at the Pages: SpringVol.
43, No. 1 By Paul Finkelman Enlarge For Southerners, Brown was the embodiment of all their fears—a white man willing to die to end slavery. For many Northerners, he was a prophet of righteousness.
(BA) As we celebrate the beginning of the sesquicentennial of the American Civil War, it is worthwhile to remember, and contemplate, the most important.
Terrible Swift Sword: The Legacy of John Brown will appeal to a broad audience of readers interested in this turbulent moment in American history. Peggy A. Russo is an assistant professor of English at the Mont Alto campus of Pennsylvania State University.
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Condition: Very Good. First Edition. First edition by Reader's Union, with an inrtroduction by Leonard Bacon. Contains an American marching song about the abolitionist John Brown. The song was popular in the Union during the American Civil War. Interior clean, devoid of inscriptions, marks, tears or folds.
All pages tight in binding.