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God has told me to end slavery !!
We support slavery!
John Brown, a fervent abolitionist, believed God had chosen him to end slavery
Brown led four of his sons and two other men they seized and killed five supporters of slavery
More violence followed as armed bands roamed the territory. Newspapers began referring to “Bleeding Kansas” and “the Civil War in Kansas.”
The violence that erupted in Kansas spilled over to the halls of the U.S. Congress
Two days after the speech, Butler’s distant cousin walked into the Senate chamber. He hit Sumner again and again over the head and shoulders with a cane
The Brooks-Sumner incident and the fighting in “Bleeding Kansas” revealed the rising level of hostility between North and South.
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