Mine Eyes Have Seen Mass Market Paperback – 2002
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Top Customer Reviews
Annie's mother does not want them to go. Ever since John's attack on Kansas a few years ago---an event where John killed many proslavery voters---which later earned the sanguinary nickname "Bloody Kansas," she is frightened that she will lose more members of the family. After all, John Jr. became mentally unstable after being captured by police and dragged through Kansas in chains. After Bloody Kansas, Jason and Salmon adamantly refuse to help their father any longer. His two sons are now dead to him. But nothing can stop Martha from joining her husband Oliver Brown, even risking danger in Virginia. Seeing that she was requested in the letter, Annie feels heartened that her father desires her presence, for she has had a forever alternating love-hate relationship with him ever since she accidentally caused the scalding death of her younger sister Amelia when Annie was three. He has cruelly never forgiven her since then.
But when Martha and Annie head out to Virginia under the aliases as family members of Isaac Smith---John's code name---they discover John has been keeping sixteen men in the Kennedy farm's cabin house.Read more ›
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Mine eyes have seen is a great book.It a young girl named Annie Brown. She is the daughter of the famous John Brown. Read morePublished on May 13 2003
This is one of the BEST books I've read by Ann Rinaldi. It's about Annie Brown, the famous John Brown's daughter. Read morePublished on May 11 2003
This story is about the daughter of the famous John Brown and her summer she spent being his lookout on the farm he rented in Maryland. Read morePublished on Jan. 26 2003 by S. Goewey
This book is a wonderful book. Not all events are real, but a lot of facts are included, especially in the epilogue, about the Raid. Read morePublished on Oct. 20 2002 by Jade
I thought this book was very interesting. It taught me about one of the glossed over items in history. Rinaldi when through in detail the inner and outer struggles of Annie Brown. Read morePublished on Aug. 7 2002 by Anna Rose
This book is based on the true story of John Brown and the Harpers Ferry raid in 1859. The book is about Annie Brown, John Browns daughter,and her experiance at the Kennedy... Read morePublished on April 16 2002 by student
When I first started to read this book I thought it was a little boring, but as I went on I found it very interesting. Read morePublished on March 10 2002
This is a great book. one night i was up untill about one o' clock reading it. it is a good "history" book also. Read morePublished on Oct. 3 2001 by ~!~Juls~!~