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INDEX

  • Abolitionists, 86, 91, 93, 96, 125, 341–342.
  • Adams, John Quincy, 49.
  • Adirondack farm, the, 12, 199.
  • Alcott, A. Bronson, 210, 290–291.
  • Alleghany Mountains, 48, 106, 127, 275, 279, 299.
  • Anderson, Jeremiah, 258, 282–283, 324, 325, 336.
  • Anderson, John, 282.
  • Anderson, Osborne Perry, 280, 305, 334, 336.
  • Atchison, Senator, 134, 175.
     
  • Black Jack, battle of, 166–169, 221.
  • Brown, Anne, 286, 300, 301.
  • Brown, Edward, 145.
  • Brown, Frederick (the brother), 95.
  • Brown, Frederick (the son), 128, 152, 155, 166, 167, 178.
  • Brown, Jason, 87, 128, 146, 149, 159, 160, 186.
  • Brown, John, Jr., 127, 146, 147, 159, 186.
  • Brown, John, ancestry of, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20; boyhood and youth of, 21–23, 25, 31; as tanner, 31; marriage of, 32; occupations of, 32; family life of, 33–37; second marriage of, 38; in panic of 1837, 41; as shepherd, 52–60; as wool merchant, 61–68; in England, 68–71; lawsuits of, 71–74; and fugitive slaves, 84, 85; first plan against slavery, 87–88; and Negroes in, 89–91; and mobs, 91; and oath vs. slavery, 92, 93; and Abolitionists, 91–94; and settlement in Virginia, 95; and black men, 97–121; and Frederick Douglass, 102–109; in the Adirondacks, 111–113; in Kansas, 126–134, 139–140, 143–144, 145–197; developing plans of, 198–206; trip eastward of, 197, 207–218; meets Forbes, 216; return westward, 218; securing arms and men, 218–225; second trip eastward, 225–251; at Douglass' home, 225–227; revelation of, 229–231; trip to Canada of, 15, 248–251; meets Harriet Tubman, 249–251; return to Iowa of, 251–253; third trip eastward of, 252; return to Canada, 252; Chatham convention, 253–266; betrayal of, by Forbes, 266–269 ; in New England and New York, 268–270; third return westward, 270–272; Harper's Ferry plans of, 274–277 ; financial resources of, 277–278; military organizations of, 106, 116, 149, 160–169, 175–179, 181–182, 188–189, 191, 226–227, 278–279; Negro companions of, 280–283; white
  • companions of, 283–287; health of, 288; seventh trip eastward, 288–291; starts South, 291; arrives at Harper's Ferry, 292; perfecting arrangements, 293–307; meets Douglass, 295–297; life at Kennedy Farm, 298–302 ; betrayal of plans of, 302–303; raid of, at Harper's Ferry, 308–337; capture of, 333–334; fate of companions of, 336; results, 338; trial of, 356–364; execution of, 363–364; last letters of, 365–373; and present Negro problem, 373–396; character of, 15, 16, 22–23, 26–47, 300–301, 338–358; descriptions of, 21, 28, 73, 74, 92, 104, 173–174, 197, 287; family of, 31–39, 42, 44, 45, 58, 71, 73, 74, 87, 88, 89, 92, 95, 102–104, 112, 119, 120, 121; letters of, 42–46, 53-60, 62–63, 66, 67, 69, 71, 72, 74, 87–88, 113, 118, 132, 146–149, 151, 152, 159, 166–169, 178, 179, 182, 186, 187, 188–189, 218, 220, 227, 228, 232–234, 248, 249, 257, 266, 267, 270, 271, 304, 357, 365–373; reading of, 40; religion of, 23, 25, 40–41, 42, 47, 365–373; speeches of, 132, 150, 180–182, 213-214; song of, 334.
  • Brown, Oliver, 133, 146, 149, 152, 155, 283.
  • Brown, Owen, 19, 20, 77, 78, 128, 147, 152, 155, 186, 252, 259, 272, 283, 319, 329, 335, 336.
  • Brown, Peter, 19.

Brown, Salmon, 128, 137, 152- 168, 186. Brown, Watson, 155, 283. Buchanan, President, 142, 214. Burns, Anthony, 72. Canada, the Negroes in, 236- 238, 253-254, 270. Caste and the Negro, 76-78, 81, 235-247, 377-38o, 387. 388, 391-393- Catchers, slave, 97. Charleston, Va. (W. Va.), 13. Committee, National Kansas, New York meeting of, 13, 207. Constitution, articles of Brown's, 265, 266. Constitution, pro-slavery, of Kansas, 136. Constitution, Lecompton of Kansas, 143, 187, 224. Contact of races, 380, 382. Convention, address of Phila- delphia, 236-238. Convention, Big Springs, Kan- sas, 12. Convention, Chatham, 203, 257, 267. Convention, Syracuse, of Abo- litionists, 12, 132, 133. Cook, John E., 219, 220, 252, 259, 3«5. 3 l6 '3^> 319.324, 33i, 336- Copeland, John A., 281-305, 325. 336. Coppoc, Barclay, 223, 319, 336. Coppoc, Edwin, 223, 336. Coronado, 16, 123. Covenant and by-laws of John Brown's followers, 160-161. Crandall, Prudence, 87. Daingerfield, Captain, 326. Daniels, Jim, 192. Davis, Jefferson, 124, 391-393. Day, Mary Ann, 11,38, 241.