Stowe, Harriet Beecher
A nineteenth-century American author best known for Uncle Tom's Cabin, a powerful novel that inflamed sentiment against slavery.
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It was a remarkable portrait of an American fantasy rooted in Ozzie and Harriet, not history.
Literary blogger Harriet Post takes notice, and immediately attempts to track down his clearly very talented ghostwriter.
With a beautiful location and rustic charm, a weekend in Stowe, Vermont can cure any life woes…especially during the fall.
With a number of great hiking trails and three nearby mountains, Stowe is a haven for outdoorsy types.
All my movies have a lot of edge to them, and Harriet Tubman is full of edge.
Grace was sobbing hysterically, but Harriet, clasping her fondly in her arms, looked up at him.
As for Harriet and Grace Keene, they would be sent south as soon as a carriage could be procured.
One of them was when he had proposed to adopt a Belgian child, and Aunt Harriet had offered horrified protest.
She stood looking out toward the east, until Aunt Harriet touched her on the arm.
Aunt Harriet began to tremble, and Sara Lee went over and put her young arms about her.