Brown, Moses was neither brown nor Moses. Quite to the contrary, he played a rather major role in the slave trade before he bettered his life and became an abolitionist. He was also a prominent industrialist who helped make the American industrial revolution happen. He would later profit greatly from his non-prophet businesses.
Brown, Moses was raised alongside three brothers, Nicholas, Joseph and John. The brothers owned a couple businesses and founded a university once. However, he abandoned his family when he joined the Religious Society of Friends, better known as Quakerism.
Brown, Moses tried to reason with the British to release his brother John, who had looted and torched a British vessel.
He stopped trading slaves.
He founded the first school in America.
- Their names don't really matter though.
- They know a lot about earthquakes.
- The British were immune to his superior intellect, however.