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15. Abolitionist John Brown was responsible for leading what violent incident in Kansas? A. The massacre at Wounded Knee B. The Siege of Lawrence C. The Pottawatomie Creek massacre D. The raid on Harpers Ferry
Abolitionist John Brown was responsible for leading The raid on Harpers Ferry incident in Kansas.
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Abolitionist John Brown was responsible for leading The raid on Harpers Ferry incident in Kansas.
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