Uncle Tom's Cabin
Signing by Harriet Beecher Stowe
What is Harriet Beecher Stowe like and what has she experienced
Harriet Stowe is an abolitionist that beleives all men and women should have the same rights. Harriet has sold 2 million copies and encouraged many to become abolitionist and fought for africain american rights and the rights of women. Her husband Calvin Ellis Stowe helped runaway and suported the underground railroad. Harriet beecher Stowe beleived in god and said that the idea for the book came to her in a dream.
Tuesday, March 31st, 7:30am-12:15pm
77 Forest St
Party and Book signing! FREE Food!
Donations will be took to help free the enslaved Africain Americans.
What Harriet and other abolitionist beleive
Harriet and other abolitionist beleive that slaves should be free.
What the book is about and a paragraph from the book
The book is what life is like as a slave and a railroad conductor. The book tells of cruel master with strict rules and punishments.
"I can't!" said Legree, with a sneer; "we'll see, -- we'll see! Here, Sambo, Quimbo, give this dog such a breakin' in as he won't get over, this month!"
The price is $12.99