ON THE TRAIL OF JOHN BROWN: WHAT MARY BROWN SAW
This self-guided tour is based upon what Mary Brown saw as the funeral cortege of John Brown, the abolitionist, traveled from the train depot in Vergennes, Vt. to the family farm in North Elba, NY.
The tour looks at the buildings that still exist along the route of the funeral cortege and describes the landscapes that they would have passed over. Of particular note are the sites relevant to the life of John Brown, the anti-slavery movement, and/or sites mentioned by members of the funeral cortege in 1859.
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Cost is $1.50 plus shipping.