In the shadow of the civil war is an exciting narrative of a conflict between slavery and freedom that had national consequences beyond the streets and courts of philadelphia where it took place passmore williamson went to jail for his part in helping jane johnson and her children achieve freedom in 1855 but then won his own liberty and vindicated the state sovereignty of pennsylvania on . Six years before the onset of the civil war two courageous figures one a free white man and one an enslaved black woman risked personal liberty to ensure each others freedom in an explosive episode that captured the attention of a nation on the brink of cataclysmic change. In the shadow of the civil war passmore williamson and the rescue of jane johnson by nat brandt with yanna kroyt brandt by nat brandt with yanna kroyt brandt columbia university of south carolina press 2007 pp 216. In the shadow of the civil war passmore williamson and the rescue of jane johnson in the shadow of the civil war passmore williamson and the rescue of jane johnson by brandt nat publication date 2007 topics williamson passmore johnson jane 1820 williamson passmore trials litigation etc johnson jane . Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied
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