Uncle Tom's Cabin

So in 1811 Stowe was born into a family of 6 childeren, which made Stowe the 7th child.
Stowe loved to write essays and books of her own when she was a child.
As she grew up her dad moved to Cincinnati so she moved to Cincinnati as well.
When she moved to Cincinnati she married a man named Calvin Ellis Stowe.
Short note: She had seven children as a young women at this time and era.
Around this time she had published her first book! The book was called “Mayflower” in 1843.
While living in Cincinnati, Stowe encountered fugitive slaves and the Underground Railroad.

Credits:

Created with images by puzzlemaster - "Carlyle Blackwell 1922" • dbking - "Harriet Beecher Stowe" • Boston Public Library - "Jay Rial's formerly Rial & Draper's Uncle Tom's Cabin. L. H. Stockwell as lawyer Marks and his trained monkey, Jerry. (back)" • Jelly Dude - "Uncle's Tom Cabin" • cliff1066™ - "Harriet Beecher Stowe" • puzzlemaster - "Rosetta Duncan 1921 The Duncan Sisters" • jumpinjimmyjava - "A Woman's Work is Never Done" • Boston Public Library - "Uncle Tom’s Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly [Front cover]"

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