Works Cited Throughout

Anderson, Osborne P. 1861. A Voice from Harper’s Ferry. Boston: Printed for the author.

Brands, H. W. 2020. The Zealot and the Emancipator: John Brown, Abraham Lincoln, and the Struggle for American Freedom. New York: Doubleday.

DeCaro, Jr., Louis A. 2005. Fire from the Midst of You: A Religious Life of John Brown. New York: NYU Press.

DeWitt, Robert M. 1859. The Life, Trial and Execution of Captain John Brown. New York: Robert M. DeWitt, Publisher.

Douglass, Frederick. 1881. Life and Times of Frederick Douglass. Hartford: Park Publishing Co.

Du Bois, W. E. B. 1909. John Brown. Philadelphia: George W. Jacobs and Company.

Hinton, Richard J,. 1894. John Brown and His Men. New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company.

Horwitz, Tony. 2011. Midnight Rising: John Brown and the Raid That Sparked the Civil War. New York: Picador.

Oates, Stephen B. 1970. To Purge This Land with Blood: A Biography of John Brown. Amherst: University Of Massachusetts.

Redpath, James. 1860. The Public Life of Capt. John Brown. Boston: Thayer and Eldridge.

Reynolds, David S. 2006. John Brown, Abolitionist: The Man Who Killed Slavery, Sparked the Civil War, and Seeded Civil Rights. New York: Vintage.

Robert Penn Warren. 1929. John Brown: The Making of a Martyr. New York: Payson & Clarke.

Sanborn, Franklin Benjamin. 1885. The Life and Letters of John Brown: Liberator of Kansas, and Martyr of Virginia. Boston: Roberts Brothers.

Stauffer, John, and Zoe Trodd. 2012. The Tribunal: Responses to John Brown and the Harpers Ferry Raid. Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.

Villard, Oswald Garrison. 1910. John Brown, 1800-1859: A Biography Fifty Years After. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin Company.

Episode 1: “Pierced with the iron”

Brown, John. 1851. “Words of Advice.” West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History. Springfield.

Chowder, Ken. 2000. “The Father of American Terrorism.” American Heritage, February 2000.,_The_Father_of_American_Terrorism.pdf

Christian, Nichole M. 2002. “North Elba Journal; Recalling Timbuctoo, a Slice of Black History.” New York Times, February 19, 2002.

Guelzo, Allen C. 2003. Review of  John Brown: The Legend Revisited, by Merrill D. Peterson. Claremont Review of Books.

Kielbowicz, Richard B. 2006. “The Law and Mob Law in Attacks on Antislavery Newspapers, 1833–1860.” Law and History Review 24 (3).

Miller, Daegan. 2013. “At Home in the Great Northern Wilderness: African Americans and Freedom’s Ecology in the Adirondacks, 1846-1859.” Environmental Humanities 2 (1).

Stevens, Charles Emery. 1856. Anthony Burns: A History. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company.

Episode 2: “Standing on a volcano”

"Bogus Legislature" of Kansas Territory. 1855. An Act to Punish Offences against Slave Property.

Etcheson, Nicole. 2004. Bleeding Kansas: Contested Liberty in the Civil War Era. Lawrence: University of Kansas Press. 

"Free State Legislature" of Kansas Territory. 1855. Topeka Constitution.

Garrison, Wendell Phillips, and Francis Jackson Garrison. 1885. William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879: The Story of His Life Told by His Children. Vol. III. New York: The Century Co.

Gihon, John H. 1857. Geary and Kansas. Philadelphia: Chas. C. Rhodes.

Goodrich, Thomas. 2004. War to the Knife: Bleeding Kansas, 1854-1861. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

Kansas State Historical Society. 1881. Collections of the Kansas State Historical Society. Vol. III. Topeka: T. D. Thacher, State Printer.

Phillips, William Addison. 1856. The Conquest of Kansas, by Missouri and Her Allies. Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Company.

Pierce, Franklin. 1856. “Message Regarding Disturbances in Kansas.” January 24.

Robinson, Sara T. L. 1856. Kansas, Its Interior and Exterior Life. Boston: Crosby, Nichols and Company.

Sutton, Robert K. 2017. Stark Mad Abolitionists. New York: Skyhorse Publishing.

United States Congress. 1854. Kansas-Nebraska Act.
Wilson, Hill Peebles. 1913. John Brown, Soldier of Fortune: A Critique. Cedar Rapids: The Torch Press.

Episode 3: “The stifled wails of widows”

Bondi, August. 1910. Autobiography of August Bondi, 1833-1907. Galesburg: Wagoner Printing Company.

Brown, George W. 1880. Reminiscences of Old John Brown: Thrilling Incidents of Border Life in Kansas. Rockford: Abraham E. Smith.

Brown, Jason. 1880. “Letter to the Editor: ‘Pottawatomie.’” Akron Beacon, February 8, 1880.

Cutler, William G. 1883. History of the State of Kansas. Chicago: A. T. Andreas.

Sumner, Charles. 1856. “The Crime against Kansas.” May 19. 

Episode 4: “No ghost of a distinction”

Brown, John. 1857. “Old Brown’s Farewell.” Post. Civil War Notebook.

———. 1858. “Provisional Constitution and Ordinances for the People of the United States.” West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History.

———. 1859. “A Declaration of Liberty by the Representatives of the Slave Population of the United States of America.” Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

DeCaro, Jr., Louis A. 2022. The Untold Story of Shields Green. New York: NYU Press.

DeCaro, Jr., Louis A. 2018. Freedom’s Dawn: The Last Days of John Brown in Virginia. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.

Geffert, Hannah N. 2002. “John Brown and His Black Allies: An Ignored Alliance.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 126 (4).

Mason, J. M., and Jacob Collamer. 1860. “Senate Select Committee Report on the Harper’s Ferry Invasion (‘Mason Report’).” West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History. Washington: United States Congress. Senate. Select Committee on the Harper’s Ferry Invasion.

Meyer, Eugene L. 2018. Five for Freedom: The African American Soldiers in John Brown’s Army. Chicago Review Press.

Tsai, Robert. 2010. “John Brown’s Constitution.” Boston College Law Review 51 (1).

Whitman, Karen. 1972. “Re-Evaluating John Brown’s Raid at Harpers Ferry.” West Virginia History 34 (1).