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Author: Harriet Beecher Stowe
Publisher: [New York], [AMS Press], [1967]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : Riverside edView all editions and formats
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Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 1811-1896.
Writings of Harriet Beecher Stowe.
[New York, AMS Press, 1967]
(OCoLC)563178809
Named Person: Harriet Beecher Stowe; Harriet Beecher Stowe
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harriet Beecher Stowe
OCLC Number: 357480
Description: 16 volumes illustrations 20 cm
Contents: v. 1. Uncle Tom's cabin, or, Life among the lowly, vol. I --
v. 2. Uncle Tom's cabin, or, Life among the lowly, vol. II. v. 3. Dred : a tale of the Great Dismal Swamp, chapters I-XXXVI. v. 4. Dred : a tale of the Great Dismal Swamp, chapters XXXVII-LVII ; Appendix I, Nat Turner's confession ; Appendix II, Jegar Sahadutha ; Appendix III, Church action on slavery --
Anti-slavery tales and papers. The two altars, or, Two pictures in one ; A reply to "The affectionate and Christian address of the women of Great Britain and Ireland to the women of the United States of America" ; Tribute of a loving friend to the memory of a noble woman ; Sojourner Truth, the Libyan sibyl --
Life in Florida after the war. v. 5. The minister's wooing --
v. 6. The pearl of Orr's Island : a story of the coast of Maine --
v. 7. Agnes of Sorrento. v. 8. Houshold papers and stories. House and home papers ; The chimney-corner ; Our second girl ; A scholar's adventures in the country ; Trials of a housekeeper. v. 9. Oldtown folks, chapters I-XXIX --
v. 10. Oldtown folks, chapters XXX-L --
Sam Lawson's Oldtown fireside stories. v. 11. Poganuc people : their loves and lives --
Pink and white tyranny : a society novel. v. 12. My wife and I, or, Harry Henderson's history. v. 13. We and our neighbors, or, The records of an unfashionable street. v. 14. Stories, sketches and studies. Uncle Lot --
Love versus law --
The tea rose --
Aunt Mary --
Frankness --
Cousin William --
Mrs. A and Mrs. B, or, What she thinks about it --
Which is the liberal man? --
The canal boat --
Feeling --
The seamstress --
Old Father Morris : a sketch from nature --
The coral ring --
Art and nature --
The New Year's gift --
Our wood lot in winter --
The mourning veil --
New England ministers --
Betty's bright idea --
Deacon Pitkin's farm --
The first Christmas of New England --
Little foxes. v. 15. Religious studies, sketches and poems. Religious studies : footsteps of the Master --
Christ in the Old Testament --
Christ in prophecy --
The cradle of Bethlehem --
The Blessed woman --
The Holy childhood --
Gentile prophecies of Christ --
The hidden years of Christ --
The prayer-life of Jesus --
Our Lord's bible --
Christ's first sermon --
The friendships of Jesus --
Christ's unworldly methods --
Christ and the fallen woman --
The revealer of God's sympathy --
The attractiveness of Jesus --
The tolerance of Jesus --
The silence of Jesus --
The secret of the peace --
The church of the Master --
Judas --
Going up to Jerusalem --
The barren fig-tree --
Caiaphas --
The joy of Christ --
Gethsemane --
The last words of Jesus --
The darkest hour --
The resurrection of Jesus --
The ascension of our Lord --
The Holy Spirit --
Christ's second life, in His followers --
Earthly care a heavenly discipline --
The ministration of our departed friends. v. 15. Religious studies, sketches and poems. Religious sketches. Children --
The old oak of Andover --
The elder's feast : a tradition of Laodicea --
A scene in Jerusalem --
The old meeting-house --
Little Edward --
Conversation on conversation --
How do we know --
How to make friends with Mammon --
The Sabbath. v. 15. Religious studies, sketches and poems. Religious poems. St. Catherine borne by angels --
The charmer --
Knocking --
The old psalm tune --
The other world --
Mary at the Cross --
The inner voice --
Abide in me, and I in you --
The secret --
Think not all is over --
Lines to the memory of "Annie" --
The crocus --
Consolation --
"Only a year" --
Below --
Above --
Lines suggested by the death of the wife of Moses Stuart --
Summer studies --
The shepherds' carol --
Hours of the night, or, Watches of sorrow --
Pressed flowers from Italy. v. 16. Stories and sketches for the young. Queer little people --
Little Pussy Willow --
The minister's watermelons --
A dog's mission --
Lulu's pupil --
The daisy's first winter --
Our Charley and the stories told him --
Little Captain Trott --
Christmas, or, The good fairy --
Little Fred, the canal boy.
Other Titles: Works.

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