JOHN BROWN BOOKLETS

ACHS's historian Norma Waters announces the completion of the John Brown series of booklets. There are seven available, either as a set for $50.00 or at $8.00 per booklet (each approximately 80 pages). They cover the time period from when John Brown followed his children out to Kansas, then known as the "land of -milk and honey" attracting many Ashtabula county people, through the Harper's Ferry incident and culminating in the Civil War. "Each is a compilation of actual news articles written in the 1850's and makes very interesting reading", Norma says. The paper, The Ashtabula Sentinel, printed in Jefferson, was an unabashedly abolitionist newspaper at a time when Ashtabula County was openly involved with the Underground Railroad. with a constituency of 5000 Republican and 250 Democrats.

 Order your copies from Norma as follows: 

Booklet One - Kansas-Land of Milk and Honey 

Booklet Two - Kansas- Part Two 

Booklet Three - Kansas-Part Three 

Booklet Four - Kansas-Part Four 

Booklet Five - Kansas-Part Five 

Booklet Six - John Brown at Harpers Ferry Booklet Seven - The Conclusion of the Harpers Ferry Affair.

The set of seven booklets can be bought for $50.00 or individual booklets for $8.00.

They will be available at all ACHS events or contact Norma Waters (1-440-576-2861). 

Orders may also be sent to:

Ashtabula County Historical Society 

P.O. Box 36 

Jefferson, Ohio 44047

JOHN BROWN BOOKLETS

ACHS's historian Norma Waters announces the completion of the John Brown series of booklets. There are seven available, either as a set for $50.00 or at $8.00 per booklet (each approximately 80 pages). They cover the time period from when John Brown followed his children out to Kansas, then known as the "land of -milk and honey" attracting many Ashtabula county people, through the Harper's Ferry incident and culminating in the Civil War. "Each is a compilation of actual news articles written in the 1850's and makes very interesting reading", Norma says. The paper, The Ashtabula Sentinel, printed in Jefferson, was an unabashedly abolitionist newspaper at a time when Ashtabula County was openly involved with the Underground Railroad. with a constituency of 5000 Republican and 250 Democrats.

 Order your copies from Norma as follows: 

Booklet One - Kansas-Land of Milk and Honey 

Booklet Two - Kansas- Part Two 

Booklet Three - Kansas-Part Three 

Booklet Four - Kansas-Part Four 

Booklet Five - Kansas-Part Five 

Booklet Six - John Brown at Harpers Ferry Booklet Seven - The Conclusion of the Harpers Ferry Affair.

The set of seven booklets can be bought for $50.00 or individual booklets for $8.00.

They will be available at all ACHS events or contact Norma Waters (1-440-576-2861). 

Orders may also be sent to:

Ashtabula County Historical Society 

P.O. Box 36 

Jefferson, Ohio 44047

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