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Text:"... meeting between John Brown and a remarkable man who subsequently became one of Browns most trusted lieutenants, AaronDwightStevens, who at that time went by the name of Captain Whipple, for the good..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1943
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... route to Kansas from ^^B Chicago, by way of Iowa and Nebraska, and to AaronDwightStevens; also ^^B copy, in the handwriting of Hon. John Jay, of New York, of a letter written by ^^B John Brown to Mr..."
Date:Between 1887 and 1894
Place:Kansas, USA
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Text:"... meeting between John Brown and a remarkable man who subsequently became one of Brown s most trusted lieutenants, AaronDwightStevens, who at that time went by the name of Captain Whipple, for the good rea..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1911
Publication place:Boston, New York, USA
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Text:"... to AaronDwightStevens during his imprisonment in the Virginia jail, pending his trial and execution for participation in the John Brown Harpers Ferry raid, 1S59; manuscript copies of letters written..."
Date:Between 1894 and 1897
Place:Kansas, USA
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Text:"... meeting between John Bro\ni and a remarkable man who subsequently became one of Brown*s most trusted lieutenants, AaronDwightStevens, who at that time went by the name of Captain Whipple, for the good..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1910
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Text:"... meeting between John Brown and a remarkable man who subsequently became one of Browns most trusted lieutenants, AaronDwightStevens, who at that time went by the name of Captain Whipple, for the good..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1910
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Text:"... Anderson were killed in the fight. Barclay Coppic, Frank J Merriam, Charles Plummer Tidd, and O. P. Anderson escaped, Names and rank oj John Broums men at Ffarpers Ferry. MUSTKR ROLL. AaronDwightStevens..."
Date:Between 1832 and 1897
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"... meeting between John Brown and a remarkable man who subsequently became one of Browns most trusted lieutenants, AaronDwightStevens, who at that time went by the name of Captain Whipple, for the good..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1910
Publication place:Boston, New York, USA
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Text:"... of the first meeting between John Brown and a remarkable man who subsequently became one of Browns most trusted lieutenants, AaronDwightStevens, who at that time went by the name of Captain Whipple..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1910
Publication place:Boston, New York, USA
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Text:"... in recovering from his wounds. After a visit to his Ohio home he returned to Kansas and joined John Brown. When in Chambersburg as agent for the raiders, he boarded with Mrs. Mary Rittner. AaronDwightStevens..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1911
Publication place:Boston, New York, USA
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Text:"... meeting between John Brown and i remarkable man who subsequently became one of Brown*? most trusted lieutenants, AaronDwightStevens, who at thai time went by the name of Captain Whipple, for the good rea..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1910
Publication place:Gloucester, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... to Kansas from Chicago, by way of Iowa and Nebraska, and to AaronDwightStevens; also copy, in the handwriting of Hon. John Jay, of New York, of a letter written by John Brown to Mr. Jay, from Charlestown..."
Date:Between 1889 and 1895
Place:Kansas, USA
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Text:"... meeting between John Brown and a remarkable man who subsequently became one of Browns most trusted lieutenants, AaronDwightStevens, who at that time went by the name of Captain Whipple, for the good..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1910
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... from a terrible danger. Then the Topeka company of militia, under command of Colonel Whipple, the AaronDwightStevens of Harpers Ferry fame, bravely marched over, and, not finding any border ruffians..."
Date:1875
Place:Kansas, USA
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Text:"... Anderson were killed in the fight. Barclay Coppic, Frank J Merriam, Charles Plummer Tidd, and O. P. Anderson escaped. Names and rank oj John Browns men at Harpers Ferry. MUSTER ROLL. AaronDwightStevens..."
Date:Between 1832 and 1892
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"... meeting between John Brown and a remarkable man who subsequently became one of Browns most trusted lieutenants, AaronDwightStevens, who at that time went by the name of Captain Whipple, for the good..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1910
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... from a terrible danger. Then the Topeka company of militia, under command of Colonel Whipple, the AaronDwightStevens of Harpers Ferry fame, bravely marched over, and, not finding any border ruffians..."
Date:1911
Place:Kansas, USA
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Text:"... to AaronDwightStevens during his imprisonment in the Virginia jail, pending his trial and execution for participation in the John Brown Harpers Ferry raid, 1859; manuscript copies of letters written..."
Date:Between 1894 and 1897
Place:Kansas, USA
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Text:"... Anderson were killed in the fight. Barclay Coppic, Frank J Merriam, Charles Plummer Tidd, and O. P. Anderson escaped, Names and rank of John Broivris men at Harper* Ferry. MUSTER ROLL. AaronDwightStevens..."
Date:Between 1832 and 1892
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"..., who was taken with “Old Brown,” and supposed to be mortally wounded. We give a few extracts: “AaronDwightStevens was born in the town ut Lisbon, somewhere near the rear 1830. His lather is Mr. Aaron..."
Date:Nov 5 1859
Publication:Warren, Pennsylvania, United States of America