Civil Disobedience, and Other Essays Character Descriptions

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Henry D. Thoreau

This person described himself as a surveyor and also as a schoolmaster, but only part time.

John Brown

This person was the abolitionist who led an armed raid at the federal arsenal at Harper's Ferry.

Edward Greely Loring

This person was the U.S. Slave Commissioner who decided to return a fugitive slave to his owner in Virginia.

William Paley

This was the author of Duty of Submission to Civil Government.

Thomas Simms

This person was fugitive slave that was returned to his owner by Massachusetts in 1851.

Anthony Burns

This person was the slave that the attackers on the Boston Courthouse were trying to free.

Governor Wise

This person was an official in Virginia at the time of the raid at Harper's Ferry, Virginia.

Colonel Washington

This person led the force that captured the raiders at Harper's Ferry.

Abolitionists

These people were opposed to slavery...

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