Harriet Beecher Stowe Bibliography

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Harriet Beecher Stowe was born in Connecticut on 14th June 1811 and was responsible for one of the most important novels in American literature. Uncle Tom's Cabin has been translated into over 40 languages and remains in print today. The influence and importance of the book can hardly be exaggerated and an in-depth analysis goes well beyond the scope of this page. The book is, of course, very collectable with first editions fetching considerable sums. The US edition is of greater value to collectors.
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Title   Date Notes
Uncle Tom's Cabin Clarke 1852 2/6 edition, true 1st
Uncle Toms Cabin Cassell 1852 13 parts illustrated by Cruikshank
ditto Cassell 1852 illustrated by George Cruikshank
Dred Sampson Low 1856 2 volumes
The Ministers Wooing Sampson Low 1859  
Agnes of Sorrento Sampson Low 1862  
Pearl of Orr's Island Sampson Low 1861-62 2 volumes
Oldtown Folks Sampson Low 1869 3 volumes
Pink and White Tyranny Sampson Low 1871  
My Wife and I Sampson Low 1871  
We and our Neighbours New York 1875  

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