Harriet Beecher Stowe was born June 14, 1811, in Litchfield, Connecticut. Harriet died in Hartford and was buried in Andover, Massachusetts. Harriet was in a family of 1-6 Harriet was the sixth one of her family.
Harriet became a writer, because the slavery was so bad in the states, and she wanted to make it right for the states that had it. Harriet's state only had a little of slavery and she was a slave but she didn't have to work so hard as others.
Didn't Believe In Slavery
Harriet Beecher Stowe adored to write, so she decided that she wanted to write a book called "Uncle Tom's Cabin", to change the world. People got mad at her because of the book.
The Talk With Abe!!
"So you are the little woman that wrote that book that made this great war!"
Harriet enjoyed to read and write , she loved her family so much too. Harriet liked to make things right for everyone and every where. Harriet also adored to teach children.
Harriet Beecher Stowe had a hard time proving that slavery is wrong, and that black people should be treated the same as everyone else. She did not want to see the white only sign.
He can go on that bus!!!
You can't come on this bus!!
President Lincoln greeted Harriet with a twinkle in his eye, saying "so you are the little woman that wrote that book that made this great war!" Harriet and Lincoln just sat in the White house and chatted.