Harriet Beecher Stowe

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United States writer of a novel about slavery that advanced the abolitionists' cause (1811-1896)

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First, of course, Mary Webb was, like Calvin Stowe at Glasgow, another of Stowe's "mouthpieces"--reading the words that Stowe had written for her--with not only Stowe's approval but the support of luminaries like the Duchess of Sutherland.
His abolitionist stance was reinforced there by Lyman Beecher and Calvin Stowe. Ordained, he became active in the parish ministry, striving for interracial congregations.
Although Calvin Stowe encouraged her writing and was glad of her ability to earn money, he was hypercritical of her housekeeping and volatile in his criticism.
As a young woman in Cincinnati she fell in love with theologian Calvin Stowe's grief for his dead young wife, Eliza.
HARRIET MARRIED THEOLOGIAN and religion professor Calvin Stowe in 1835, embarking on a years-long negotiation of a companionate marriage within Victorian gender confines.
A report on Elementary Instruction in Europe by Calvin Stowe was published.