Harriet Beecher Stowe Links

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photo of StoweA Celebration of Women Writers: Harriet Beecher Stowe page biography, links and related information.
A Visit to Our "Other Neighbor": Harriet Beecher Stowe An article from The Correspondent by Sean E. Marshall about a visit to Stowe's house.
Harriet Beecher Stowe info at University of Virginia, features letters written by Stowe, articles on her work, a breif biography. An excellent site!
Harriet Beecher Stowe: “A Little Bit of a Woman” A good article by Barbara Smith, features a longer biography than on this site, including some analysis of Stowe's work . This is a great introduction to HBS.
A Site featuring Stowe's house-- information, photos, links. From Trinity Information Services.
The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center a nonprofit educational institution that operates the restored Harriet Beecher Stowe House and the Stowe-Day Library. Stowe's front parlor
Seperation of Families this is a great article. It is from The Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin; presenting The Original Facts and Documents Upon Which The Story Is Founded, by Harriet Beecher Stowe, 1853.
Uncle Tom's Mothers-- discussion, including pictures, of the mother figures in Stowe's novel. Very important for any scholar of this story to think about.
Stowe bibliography a good list of works by and about Stowe, includes also links to other works that would be interesting for the context of her work, like links to Fredrick Douglass sites.
Another Stowe Bibliography from Celebration of Women Writers-- This is a very complete list, features works by and about Stowe, articles, books, etc.
Stowe's gravestone see the stone where Stowe is buried-- (allright so it's a little morbid, still interesting! You can also see Louisa May Alcott's stone from her links page)
E-Text of Uncle Tom's Cabin-- at Virginia
photo of Sojourner TruthSojourner Truth the Libyan Sybil an article written by Stowe about Sojourner Truth , former slave and very passionate speaker for women's, in particular black women's, rights. Housed at the Afro-American Almanac. Click here to read a "found poem" from one of Truth's most famous speeches, "Ain't I a Woman?"


Last update: May 2003

Note: Links frequently move, or disappear entirely. No links collection is ever easy to update. If one of the above links doesn't work, try another. If you still can't find what you need, try a good search engine-- I like the Mamma Search Engine for new pages, and Google.com but some links will be "so-so". Then, remember to try the library! Not everything is available online. You sometimes need to pick up a real book.