UNCLE TOM’S CABIN BY H.B. STOWE

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UNCLE TOM’S CABIN BY H.B. STOWE
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Uncle Tom’s Cabin review of the life of slaves in America. This book covers the life of Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, born at Lichfield, in the United States, in the year 1812. Harriet Stowe was one of the greatest conductors on the Underground Rail Road and who, on account of piloting more than three hundred slaves to freedom, became known as ‘’The Moses of her People.’’ The back of the book contains newspaper clippings of true life stories.

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  • Author: Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • Publication date: 1900
  • Pages: 424
  • Dust Jacket: Non
  • Published: London, Ward Lock & Co., Limited
  • Printed: New York & Melbourne

    CONTENT INCLUDES

  • How Harriet Stowe Wrote ‘’Uncle Tom’s Cabin’’
  • Aniversary of Birth of The Author
  • Underground Passage to Canada
  • SKU: 80983U

    The back of the book contains about 16 pages of newspaper clippings on the history.
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    Harriet Stowe was one of the greatest conductors on the Underground Rail Road and who, on account of piloting more than three hundred slaves to freedom, became known as ''The Moses of her People.''
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    Product Name UNCLE TOM’S CABIN BY H.B. STOWE
    Short Description Uncle Tom’s Cabin review of the life of slaves in America. This book covers the life of Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, born at Lichfield, in the United States, in the year 1812. Harriet Stowe was one of the greatest conductors on the Underground Rail Road and who, on account of piloting more than three hundred slaves to freedom, became known as ‘’The Moses of her People.’’ The back of the book contains newspaper clippings of true life stories.

    DESCRIPTION

  • Author: Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • Publication date: 1900
  • Pages: 424
  • Dust Jacket: Non
  • Published: London, Ward Lock & Co., Limited
  • Printed: New York & Melbourne

    CONTENT INCLUDES

  • How Harriet Stowe Wrote ‘’Uncle Tom’s Cabin’’
  • Aniversary of Birth of The Author
  • Underground Passage to Canada
  • SKU: 80983U The back of the book contains about 16 pages of newspaper clippings on the history.
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