Vaughan, John C.
Born: 1808-XX-XX South Carolina
Flourished: Chicago, Illinois
John C. Vaughan was a lawyer, newspaper editor, politician, and anti-slavery advocate. In the 1840s, Vaughan became the assistant editor of Cassius M. Clay’s anti-slavery newspaper,
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