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John Parker (July 13, 1729 – September 17, 1775) was an American colonial farmer, mechanic, soldier, and colonial militia officer who commanded the ...

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John P. Parker (1827 – January 30, 1900) was an American abolitionist, inventor, iron moulder and industrialist. Parker, who was African American, helped ...

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John Parker was a Lexington, Massachusetts, native, born July 13 1729. A farmer by trade, Parker saw action during the French and Indian (Seven Years) War, ...

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1827 - 1900 Born enslaved in Virginia, Parker was sold away from his mother at age eight and forced to walk in a line of chained slaves from Virginia to Alabama  ...

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John Parker was an active participant in the Underground Railroad in Ohio and helped fugitive slaves escape to freedom in the years before the American Civil ...

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The Battles of Lexington and Concord have many interesting Captain John Parker facts that can be learned. He would witness the first shots that were fired.

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John Parker, inventor and businessman, was also a prominent Underground Railroad conductor before the Civil War. He was reputedly responsible for the ...

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"Holy Adultery: Marriage in The Comedy of Errors, The Merchant of Venice and The Merry Wives of Windsor," in The Oxford Handbook of Shakespearean ...

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John Parker (1827-1900), a former slave, lived in this house, which has been designated a National Historic Landmark, from about 1853 until his death, and ...