Lecture Notes on Uncle Tom's Cabin
Biographical sketch by Stowe scholar Susan Belasco.
Harriet Beecher Stowe Society.
Uncle Tom's America (1997). This site at the University of
Virginia's Crossroads project contains images from the original publication
of Uncle Tom's Cabin, definitions, background information about
the cult of domesticity, and other materials.
primary and secondary bibliography on Stowe by Martha Henning at the
Celebration of Women Writers site.
Jane Tompkins's guide
to teaching Stowe from the Heath Anthology site.
and Uncle Tom's Cabin page at the University of Wisconsin (1997).
Brady photograph of Stowe and her two brothers, Henry Ward Beecher
and Lyman Beecher, taken circa 1861.
Photo courtesy of the Celebration
of Women Writers Page
and Poems (HTML)
Articles (Page images at MOA)
Uncle Tom's Cabin
The Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin (Boston:
The Christian Slave: A Drama Founded Upon
a Portion of Uncle Tom's Cabin (Boston: Phillips, Sampson, 1855)
Tom's Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly: A Domestic Drama in Six Acts (New
York: Samuel French, 1858), by George L. Aiken (frames; HTML at Virginia)
and Home Papers (1869) (page images at MOA)
in Sacred History: A Series of Sketches Drawn from Scriptural, Historical
and Legendary Sources (1873)(page images at MOA)
It All": The Story of a Life's Experience in Mormonism (1875) (publisher's
dummy; includes an introduction by Harriet Beecher Stowe), by Mrs. T. B.
H. Stenhouse (page images at MOA)
People: Their Loves and Lives (1878) (illustrated HTML at Virginia's
Tom's Cabin (New Version): A Melodrama in Five Acts (New York: Harold
Roorbach, 1889), by Charles Townsend, also contrib. by George L. Aiken
(HTML at Virginia)
Little Folks (T. Nelson and Sons, 1897) (Gutenberg text)
Poems, and Essays
Two Altars" (story; 1851)
Crocus" (poem; no date)
at the Cross" (poem; no date)
Other World" (poem; no date)
Old Psalm Tune" (poem; no date)
Reply" (essay; 1862)
and Stories (Page Images at MOA)
Reply to the Address of the Women of England" (Atlantic, 1863)
Truth, The Libyan Sibyl" (Atlantic, 1863)
Parson's Horse-Race" (Atlantic, 1878)
Education of Freedmen" (North American Review, 1879)
Education of Freedmen. Part II"
Modern Martyrdom of St. Perpetua" (Atlantic, 1879)
Florida Plantation" (Atlantic, 1879)
Student's Sea Story" (Atlantic, 1879)
to D. Campbell.