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Henry Brown was born into slavery in 1816 on a ... Life of Henry Box Brown, Written by Himself, he describes his owner: ...

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Ironically—in light of Brown's racial attitudes—the house is now the embassy of the Republic of the Congo.

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Jan 19, 2018 ... Discover more about Henry 'Box' Brown, whose inventive escape from slavery made his a symbol for the Underground Railroad, ...

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Feb 19, 2017 ... Continuing our Black History Month series, we share the story of the fugitive slave Henry "Box" Brown, who mailed himself in a box from Virginia ...

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Apr 2, 2014 ... For more on Henry Billings Brown, the Supreme Court justice who wrote the majority opinion in the civil rights case Plessy v. Ferguson, visit ...

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Henry Billings Brown was born and raised in a small Massachusetts town. He led a privileged life, and was a good though undistinguished student. He avoided ...

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Feb 7, 2008 ... Henry Box Brown was an abolitionist lecturer and performer. Born a slave in Louisa County , he worked in a Richmond tobacco factory and ...

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Henry Billings Brown, (born March 2, 1836, South Lee, Massachusetts, U.S.— died September 4, 1913, Bronxville, New York), associate justice of the United ...

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Henry Brown, born enslaved in 1816 to John Barret, a former mayor of ... Henry “ Box” Brown loaded himself in Richmond on March 22, 1849, and from there the ...