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John Brown Statue


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John Brown Statue Near the heart of the city, this statue pays tribute to John Brown, one of the nation's early-day opponents of slavery.


Admission: No Charge
Hours: Continuous Viewing.
Address: 27th & Sewell Ave
Phone: 800)264-1563
Our Email: cvb@kckcvb.org

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John Brown Statue

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