John Brown: 150 Years Later


John Brown

(Born May 9, 1800 – Hanged December 2, 1859)


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Tragic Prelude by John Steuart Curry. This mural is housed in the Kansas State Capitol Building in Topeka, KS.


November 29 to December 5, 2009
150 Years Later


Various Locations
Brought to you by:

The Charles Blockson Collection, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, The Abraham Lincoln Foundation of the Union League, The National Archives at Philadelphia, The African American Museum of Philadelphia, Mother Bethel AME Church, Shiloh Baptist Church, The Library Company of Philadelphia, The School District of Philadelphia, The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, The Atwater Kent Museum of Philadelphia, The Pennsylvania Abolition Society, The Civil War History Consortium, The Philadelphia Tribune, Cliveden of the National Trust, Drexel University, Philadelphia Quest for Freedom, The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation, Constitution High School, Pennsylvania Quest for Freedom, and Millicent Sparks Productions.

Organized by the Moonstone Arts Center

Funded by: The Pennsylvania Abolition Society, The National Archives: Mid-Atlantic Region, The Abraham Lincoln Foundation of the Union League, The Pennsylvania Humanities Council and The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation.


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