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    The Real Django: This is the actual man on which the movie Django Unchained is loosely based

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    • Brian Peterkin

      A Black Man Will Do ANYTHING for the woman he loves...!!! - The Real Django: This is the actual man on which the movie D’Jango is loosely based. His name is Dangerfield Newby, and he was a member of the John Brown party . He joined to save his wife and children, Harriet. Their love story was real, and you all should check out their narrative and love letters.

    • The Black Parent

      The Real Django: This is the actual man on which the movie Django Unchained is loosely based #Black_History.

    • Valleygirl531

      The Real Django: This is the actual man on which the movie DJango Unchained is loosely based. His name is Dangerfield Newby, and he was a member of the John Brown party . He joined to save his wife and children, Harriet.

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    • Erin

      The Real Django: This is the actual man on which the movie Django Unchained is loosely based - wow - I need to do more research about this. Just, wow.

    • Terrie True

      The Real Django: This is the actual man on which the movie Django Unchained is loosely based. His name was Dangerfield Newby. Links to an interesting article about his life.

    • Ciania Corker

      The Real Django: Dangerfield Newby (1815 – 1859) was the oldest of John Brown‘s raiders, one of five black raiders, and the first of his men to die at Harpers Ferry, Virginia.[1] Born a slave in Fauquier County, Virginia, Newby married a woman also enslaved. Newby was later freed by his Scottish father, but his wife and seven children remained in bondage.[2] A letter found on his body revealed the motive for joining John Brown and the raid on Harpers Ferry.

    • Mckenzie Stieff

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