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Harriet Beecher Stowe


Category: Biography

Grade Level: Grades 3 to 6

LeeAnne Gelletly


Copyright/published Year: by Chelsea House


ISBN: 0791061477


Binding: Paper

Famous Figures of the Civil War Series

Author of Uncle Tom's Cabin

Harriet Beecher Stowe hated slavery. Yet she lived at a time when millions of black Americans were slaves. The gifted author realized she could help end the cruel practice by writing about it. So Harriet wrote a powerful story called Uncle Tom's Cabin.

Hundreds of thousands of Americans read Harriett's book. It made many Northerners change their minds about slavery. After reading Uncle Tom's Cabin, they wanted to fight for the freedom of slaves. Many people considered Harriet Beecher Stowe the most important writer of the 19th century because her words helped change the course of history.

80 pages.


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