Harriet Beecher Stowe

An outstanding author

How she grew up-

Harriet was born in 1811 and died 1869, her mother died when she was five years old. Her and her seven siblings, grew up in ministers. Harriet was one of the earliest girls to encourage girls about their studies in school. She was a very smart and outstanding girl, that everyone liked.

How her life ended.

Harriet Beecher Stowe, had died when she was 85, in 1896. She died in her sleep at her house in Hartford Connecticut. Stowe was most remembered by the most influenced writer in the century, her books made a lot of people happy and made the people want to read her books.

Legacy-

Harriet is known as the best abolitionist, because she wrote Uncle Toms Cabin. Her book had sold over 3,000 copies. Harriet prayed the slaves would die so they wouldn't have to deal with the beating all the time. She did not like people having slaves.She thought Christianity and slavery did not coexist. Stowe pictured slavery as a interlocking social system based on profit.

Uncle Tom's Cabin-

Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote this book because her 1 year old son had died and she felt the motivation to write a inspiring book like she did. It was the first time she had felt was a slave mother had felt like.
Harriet Beecher Stowe