Stone Collection: Volume 20 - Item 21
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21. J. J. Ingalls, “John Brown’s Place in History,” North American Review (February 1884): 138-50.
Rejoinder to an article in the November issue that characterized John Brown as “a felonious poltroon, an imposter, and an assassin” for his participation in the murder of pro-slavery men on Osawatomie Creek in Kansas Territory on August 30, 1856.