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    Back in history, in 1619, a pirate ship docked in Virginia, exchanging more than 20 black slaves for food, officially starting slavery in the British colonial states and then the United States. By 1860, the number of African slaves in the United States had reached 3.9 million and their lives were like buffalo.
    So, though white, but deeply sympathetic to the suffering of the blacks, in 1859 John Brown led the slave revolt and took over the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia. John Brown’s intention was to distribute weapons to the black slaves so that they could carry out the revolt.
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    However, his plan was unsuccessful. His small rebel group was quickly surrounded by government forces, including marines led by Robert E. Lee. John Brown was arrested and then hanged by authorities in December 1859.
    The novel “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” by Harriet Stowe is the trigger for the outbreak of war between the North (opposing slavery) – South (in favor of slavery). USA from 1961-1965.
    A white man, but Mrs. Harriet Stowe sympathized with the life of black people to write the miserable life of a black slave Uncle Tom: Must leave his wife and children, sold from place to place another, brutally beaten to death.

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