Albert Hazlett convicted of murder in Charlestown, Virginia

Albert Hazlett was on trial for his life in Charlestown, Virginia for his role in the Harpers Ferry Raid.  The jury received the case on Friday afternoon and rendered a guilty verdict the following morning.  Hazlett was the last of John Brown's men to be convicted.  He and fellow raider Aaron Dwight Stevens were hanged together in Charlestown on March 16, 1860.  (By John Osborne)
Source Citation
"Trial of Hazlett,"  New York Times, February 13, 1860, p.1. 
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