Students and enthusiasts of John Brown the abolitionist will be happy to learn that for the first time since his death in 1859, a book has been published that provides unique and personal insight into Brown's life and thought with space for your own journaling, note-taking, or personal reflections. As a long-time student of Brown's life and letters, I am happy to present John Brown, Mind & Memory.
To set the tone, John Brown, Mind & Memory features an extended introductory essay and reflection by yours truly, the author of several books on Brown, and based on over twenty years of extensive research. It also features the reproduction of a rare sketch made from life in 1859 by a leading newspaper artist, Albert Berghaus.
|John Brown, Mind & Memory provides a |
daily quotation and space for reflection--
an ideal gift or souvenir!
John Brown, Mind & Memory is attractively produced and presents history lovers and John Brown enthusiasts especially with a special experience that will allow them to sample the writing and thoughts of Brown on a daily basis, as well as record one's own thoughts, research notes, or diary entries in a unique way, every day throughout the year.