Descendant of John and Mary
Brown keeps the faith
.     
See Brown family research and
discovery  on Alice Mecoy's
blog
John Brown Kin

Kirke Mechem's aria
"Dear Husband" (Harriet Newby)
performed in Fauquier County
Virginia on
August 8, 2009.    
program in pdf
Allies for Freedom is John Brown Research and Publication
Louis A. DeCaro,
essays in honor of  
of the Harper's Ferry
raid (1859 - 2009)
Lou DeCaro's John Brown Blog
best research and discussion source

John Brown Mysteries
by Allies for Freedom
the book that started it all!
our story (with pictures)
Lighting Freedom's Road"

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Historical Association (NCUGRHA)  

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Portraits of John
Brown, the
abolitionist
(illustrated)
review article by
Jean Libby

Search: The Web    http://www.alliesforfreedom.org/

Louis Ransom art with
enslaved mother and
child by Warren
Broderick
in
The Hudson River
Valley Review
Autumn
2012 (29.1)

Jean Libby's review
Greg Artzner and Terry Leonino
are
Magpie Music, telling the
stories of the Civil War and
John and Mary Brown
The Dauphin Thompson
Rifle
by Micheal J. Konowal
Manuscripts
Fall 2012   published
online with permission
no charge to download
Discoveries Relating to the
John Brown Farm  (pdf)

Annie's Got Her Gun!

by Jean Libby

John Brown Farm State Historic Site
Volume 1, Issue 2            Spring 2013

Synopsis of Revisions

2014-2015  (pdf)
African American
Heritage House in
San Jose History
Park
l
ink to site  Museum
now open on
Saturdays
sixth plate tintype made with Neff melainotype process in
Cincinnati,          ca. 1861
discovered in northeastern Ohio by William Miller, who shares the
artifact in the spirit of the antiracist perspective of John Brown
The John Brown Photo
Chronology is online at
the African American
Museum and Library at
Oakland (California)

LINK
Review of
The Journals of Osborne P. Anderson

written and directed by Ted Lange
   Revised catalog with 18-page    
  supplement to be issued
  September 15, 2015
ISBN-0-9773638-7-2
supplement 0-9773638-
1-3
REVISED EDITION
New Discoveries
artworks depicted:

above:  charcoal portraits of her
parents by Sarah Brown    ca. 1900
Saratoga History Museum, California


cover art:  pencil sketch of Harpers
Ferry bridge and Maryland Heights by
Edward Spring, Nov. 8 1859.  Rebecca
Spring Papers, MO541, Box 2, Folder
96, Dept. of Special Collections,
Stanford University Libraries.