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Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811–1896)

Stowe, Harriet Elizabeth (Beecher). An American novelist; born at Litchfield, CT, June 14, 1811; died at Hartford, CT, July 1, 1896. She published: ‘The Mayflower; or, Sketches of Scenes and Characters among the Descendants of the Pilgrims’ (1843); ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin; or, Life among the Lowly’ (1852); ‘The Two Altars’ (1852); ‘Key to Uncle Tom’s Cabin’ (1853); ‘Uncle Tom’s Emancipation’ (1853); ‘Sunny Memories of Foreign Lands’ (1854); ‘The Mayflower, and Miscellaneous Writings’ (1855); ‘The Colored Patriots of the American Revolution’ (1855); ‘First Geography for Children’ (1855); ‘Dred: A Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp’ (1856); ‘Earthly Care a Heavenly Discipline’ (1856), formerly published with ‘Uncle Tom’s Emancipation’; ‘Our Charley and What to Do with Him’ (1858); ‘The Minister’s Wooing’ (1859); ‘The Pearl of Orr’s Island’ (1862); ‘Agnes of Sorrento’ (1862); ‘Reply to the Address of Thousands of Women of Great Britain and Ireland to their Sisters of the United States’ (1863); ‘The Ravages of a Carpet’ (1864); ‘House and Home Papers’ (1864); ‘Stories about our Boys’ (1865); ‘Little Foxes’ (1866); ‘Religious Poems’ (1867); ‘Queer Little People’ (1867); ‘Daisy’s First Winter, and Other Stories’ (1867); ‘The Chimney Corner’ (1868); ‘Men of our Times’ (1868); ‘Oldtown Folks’ (1869); ‘The American Woman’s Home’ (1869), with Catherine E. Beecher; ‘Lady Byron Vindicated’ (1870); ‘Little Pussy Willow’ (1870); ‘Pink and White Tyranny’ (1871); ‘Sam Lawson’s Fireside Stories’ (1871); ‘My Wife and I’ (1871); ‘Six of One, by Half a Dozen of the Other’ (1872); ‘Lives and Deeds of our Self-Made Men’ (1872); ‘Palmetto Leaves’ (1873); ‘Woman in Sacred History’ (1873); ‘Betty’s Bright Idea, and Other Tales’ (1875); ‘We and our Neighbors’ (1875); ‘Deacon Pitkin’s Farm, and Christ’s Christmas Presents’ (1875); ‘Footsteps of the Master’ (1876); ‘Captain Kidd’s Money, and Other Stories’ (1876); ‘The Ghost in the Mill, and Other Stories’ (1876); ‘Poganuc People’ (1878); ‘A Dog’s Mission’ (1881); etc. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).