This June 17, 2013 provided by Heritage Auctions, shows a Carte De Visite of John Brown, likely as he looked close to the time of his failed raid on Harper’s Ferry W. Va. John Brown's capture of the Federal Arsenal at Harper's Ferry on Oct. 17, 1859 as part of a failed attempt to incite a slave uprising is seen by most historians as the spark that ignited the Civil War. (AP Photo/Heritage Auctions)

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This June 17, 2013 provided by Heritage Auctions, shows a Carte De Visite of John Brown, likely as he looked close to the time of his failed raid on Harper’s Ferry W. Va. John Brown's capture of the Federal Arsenal at Harper's Ferry on Oct. 17, 1859 as part of a failed attempt to incite a slave uprising is seen by most historians as the spark that ignited the Civil War. (AP Photo/Heritage Auctions)
This June 17, 2013 provided by Heritage Auctions, shows a Carte De Visite of John Brown, likely as he looked close to the time of his failed raid on Harper’s Ferry W. Va. John Brown's capture of the Federal Arsenal at Harper's Ferry on Oct. 17, 1859 as part of a failed attempt to incite a slave uprising is seen by most historians as the spark that ignited the Civil War. (AP Photo/Heritage Auctions)
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