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Harriet Beecher Stowe

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Born in 1811, Harriet Beecher Stowe was an American abolitionist and author of the highly influential book, Uncle Tom’s Cabin. The book catalyzed anti-slavery movements in the North, igniting some of the sparks that would lead to the American Civil War.
Answer Harriet Beecher Stowe was a fervent abolitionist and the novel Uncle Toms Cabin was an attempt to portray the very worst aspects of slavery. Her intent was to rouse public support for the abolitionist movement. At the time the novel was written most northerners were not to concerned wi…
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Harriet Beecher Stowe is famous because she wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin, which was an abolitionist novel. This novel blamed the entire nation for slavery. It was not an anti-southern book. It did not cause the US Civil War. The book was published about ten years before the US Civil War.
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Answer She was important because her anti-slavery views and literature (Uncle Tom's Cabin) were very influential during the mid-ninteenth century.
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On the campus of Phillips academy Andover ma
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The statement above is false Harriet Beecher had 7 brothers and 4 sisters.
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She started out as a teacher then she became a writer an wrote "UNCLE TOMS CABIN"
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she wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin. And because of her views in slavery.
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She was a American Civil War novelist. She wrote many books such as "Uncle Tom's Cabin" and "Dred." More information on her at http://americancivilwar.com/women/hbs.html
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Uncle Tom's Cabin was written by Harriet Beecher Stowe and was first published in serial form by newspapers. Later it became a "stand -alone" novel in book form.
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Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote the book, Uncle Tom's Cabin. This book brought great sympathy to the plight of slaves and caused the Northern sympathizers to work harder to free the people.
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Harriet Beecher Stowe died on July 1, 1896 at the age of 85.
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natural causes
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she wrote books
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she was born in litchfield,conn. in june14, 1811died on 1896 (at age 85) in johnstown Ohio
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harriet Beecher stowe was an abolitionist that is why she wrote ucle tom's cabinYes, Harriet Beecher Stowe was an abolitionist. She wrote the very important book , Uncle Tom's Cabin, which was extremely vital in that it helped people see who slaves really were. She was also a women's rights activist…
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Harriet Beecher Stowe published over 30 books during her lifetime. However, her seminal and most popular "Uncle Tom's Cabin" was likely her best work.
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I only know a few of the names. Catharine, Edward, Isabella, Henry Ward, Charles, Mary, and William. I think there is one or two more and maybe some half brothers and sisters.
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Harriet Beecher Stowe's book Uncle Tom's Cabin changed attitudes about slavery because it made people rethink about slavery. Her book educated people about the evils and truths about slavery. It also showed people how horribly African American slaves were treated.
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The most famous was Uncle Tom's Cabin about slavery. Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote over 30 books the most famous of which being Uncle Toms Cabin. It was e the first novel in American history that features an African American protagonist. (main character).
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there were actually 7 Eliza and Harriet (twins), Henry, Fredrick, Georgina, Samuel, and Charles.
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Harriet Beecher Stowe was born on June 14, 1811.
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at 8 she attended farm school. When she was 13 she attended the Femal Seminary.
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She wrote the famous Novel Uncle Tom's Cabin.
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The Harriet Beecher Stowe is the one that that wrote "Uncle Tom's Cabin." during the Civil war, and the women who Abraham Lincoln said to her "So this is the little old lady who started this war" as in the Civil war that is.
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Harriet Beecher Stowe's most famous book was "Uncle Tom's Cabin." She wrote many other books including "Palmetto Leaves" and "The Minister's Wooing."
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Harriet Beecher Stowe had 6 children. However one of her sons died at infancy, and one died at nineteen.
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Harriet Beecher Stowe was 85 years old when she died of depression.
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Harriet Beecher Stowe was a white woman. She is noted for writing "Uncle Tom's Cabin" which is described as a white woman's depiction in the form of a novel of Black slavery life. She was an avid abolitionist, as were the other members of her immediate family.
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Harriet Beecher Stowe became famous after writing the novel, Uncle Tomâ??s Cabin. She was an author as well as an abolitionist.
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In 1852, Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin or Life Among the Lowly, an anti-slavery piece that fully exposed slavery to the north. This in turn, at least culturally, began to, along with other events such as John Brown's Harper's Ferry Insurrection, set the Civil War into motion.
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She wrote the book Uncle Toms Cabin around the Civil War era which was about slavery and it created tensions between the North and South
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She was born in June 14,1811 in Litchfield, Connecticut
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he got killed in a car accident....he purposly got killed in a car accident, because he was not happy living with his wife, harriet Beecher stowe, but he couldn't divorce her so he purposely killed him self in a car accident. he ran into the other car, luckily the other driver was not killed
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yes she had 7 kids two of them were twins
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Her book Uncle Tom's Cabin, published in 1852, did more than anything to make the world aware of the evils of slavery in America. ( Washington himself had had 1000 slaves ). It became a best seller. In this way it helped to give the northern states, which had not used slavery, the moral high ground…
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Wrote the novel Uncle Tom's Cabin which argubly started the Civil War Also, Stowe was a famous abolitionist
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Harriet Beecher Stowe was famous for writing Uncle Toms Cabin. she was also famous because she helped started the civil war.
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No she wasn't she was a writer in the civil war .
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She lived in Cincinnati, Ohio until her marriage.
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She wrote about being a runaway slave and how she ran away.
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she died of old age you at age 85
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wrote a book!
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By creating the novel,Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852). This novel created criticism with the issues of slavery. This novel also made America more aware of the affects of slavery and made more Americans against the concept of slavery.
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Harriet Beecher Stowe stopped slavery by taking the people on "The road of freedom" and following Harriet Tubman's tactics.she had written uncle tom's cabin and key to uncle tom's cabin. she escaped slavery in 1849
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Harriet Beecher Stowe was the Author of Uncle Tom's Cabin and was used to promote awarness of the cruelty of slavery in the South
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Stowe:June 14th 1811-July1st 1896 (aged 85) She wrote the book Uncle Tom's Cabin in 1852
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because Kelly Truong on facebook has a big butt
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Tensions Pervade SocietyEscalating sectional tensions extended even to American culture. No moment could match the sensational impact of Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin. Published in 1852, it was widely praised in the North and equally widely condemned in the South. Uncle Tom's Cabin provi…
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harriet Beecher stowe persevered in a lot of thing like 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'.
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she was old
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Yes she did. Her son Charles died when he was 18 months. Her mom died when she was 5. She probably faced problems with money handling all of her 7 children. Her husband traveled so she was probably alone a lot with her kids.
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She wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin
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When the book was published it gave a view of slavery that hasn't been given before and caused people to discuss and think about slavery. This took place just before the start of the civil war and contributed to the discussion about how to abolish slavery.
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She wrote 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'. This book helped start the Civil War. It helped Britain not help the South.
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i don't know who Sandy Borin is, but i DO know about the other 2! Harriet Ross Tubman(named Araminta at birth)was a slave born in 1822 on a Maryland plantation in Dorchester County. She was called Minty for short and was the child of Harriet Green and Benjamin Ross, being the 5th born of their 9…
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Harriet Tubman ran in the Underground Railroad, helping slaves find freedom in the north. Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin, a book that convinced people slavery was morally wrong.
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she wrote a book called uncle toms cabin that angered the south.
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Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote the book Uncle Tom's Cabin, which pointed out the brutality of slavery in the pre-Civil War U.S.
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Harriet Beecher stowe changed the world through writing. ever scence she was 7, she started writing. she even won a competition.
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No she's white
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yes she wrote 9 other adult books
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Harriet Beecher Stowe authored the novel Uncle Tom's Cabin, a book that inspired rage in the North over the South's cruel treatment of African-American slaves, and equal fury in the South over Stowe's inaccurate and biased portrayal of Southern culture. During the Civil War, President Abraham Lincol…
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It was published in 1852.
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Her favorite food has not been specified, but she has been known to indulge in pools of melted white chocolate, contrary to her zealous ambition to overthrow racism and prejudice.
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the hardships faced by slaves who were "sold South." apex... here you go fellow cheaters Thanks haha just passed that quiz :)
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when she was 8 she went to farm school
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Her nickname was Georgie
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Father: Reverend Lyman Beecher (1775-1863) Mother: Roxanna Foote Beecher (1775-1816)
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harriet Beecher stowe wanted for people to be free not slaves for white people she but instead she failed and caused a war next came martain lurther king jr he stop slavery.harriet Beecher stowe wanted for people to be free not slaves for white people she but instead she failed and caused a war next…
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Her job was writing stories to African American slaves which her novel was Uncle Toms Cabin
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He said, "So you are the young lady that started this great war"
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The little lady who started this big war~Meteor
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Uncle Tom's Cabin was published on March 20, 1852. Millard Fillmore was the president during this time. He was president between July 9, 1850 and March 4, 1853. -- Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth president of the United States (March 4, 1861 - April 15, 1865), greeted Stowe in 1862 as 'the little w…
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Abraham Lincoln credited her with starting it. The Novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin" was very inflammatory at the time. Ironically, Ms Stowe had never visited a slave state.
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I apparently do not know
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Fffghhshe was 5"7
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Harriet Beecher Stowe did have children. In fact she had seven,4 boys, and 3 girls.2 of those girls were twins. During her lifetime 4 of her children died for different reasons
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It talks about slavery from the slaves point of view. This was a first for American writers at the time.
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she grew up in litchfield conneticut
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In those days, novels were first published one chapter at a time in newspapers before appearing in book form. Stowe's novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin, horrified readers and fueled abolitionist sentiments, especially in the North. Of course, the slaves were not freed until after the war began, but I am told…
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She was born on June 14, 1811 in Litchfield, Connecticut.
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Stowe blames slavery on the owners who profiteered on human misery.
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she built the first zoo
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no, she was a writer
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because she wrote an novel about the war
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Yes. Her time in Cincinnati, Ohio gave her a first-hand witnessing to slavery. Although Ohio was a free state, Kentucky, which lied across the Ohio River, was not. Harriet visited and saw many slaves on the Kentucky plantations. She later wrote the novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin to promote awareness on th…
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I believe so, however I'm not totally sure. I do, however, know that her novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin, won multiple awards
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Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote the children's (?) book on slavery called Uncle Tom's Cabin. This same book was adapted to music and used in the musical The King & I.
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She wrote a novel that aroused compassion for enslaved people.
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