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John Brown was an abolitionist in Kansas during the Bleeding Kansas crisis.
With other abolitionists and his sons, Brown planned attacks on people in Kansas who supported slavery.
In the Pottawatomie massacre, John Brown and his followers killed five pro-slavery settlers.
Brown began to gain support, and he soon had control over a small militia.
He also tried to encourage slaves to join his movement through a mass slave uprising.
Unfortunately, his plans did not work out and he was hung for treason due to his rebellious activities.
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