Harriet Beecher Stowe describes her encounter with the legendary African American activist.
The author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin issues a call to action.
The author of Uncle Tom's Cabin urges the women of England to action against slavery
“Our brave captains who had come safe through many battles were defeated and routed on this field by an army which came by night, without banner or band of music.”
In Harriet Beecher Stowe's moralistic short story, the tale's narrator recounts for an audience of curious boys the story of the legendary Captain Kidd and his haunted stash of ill-gotten gains.
Lady Byron has not spoken at all; her story has never been told.
“I could not help recurring to the idea of a lady in disguise.”