the story of uncle tom, an enslaved african american, and his cruel master, simon legree. in the novel, stowe wrote of the evils and cruelty of slavery. the novel had an enormous influence in the north. it helped change the way many northerners felt about slavery.
effect: slavery was now a moral problem/ issue,. oring of its civil war soldiers.
it’ s november 1865. imagine the people of harrisburg inviting sons, brothers, fathers, and husbands from georgia to maine and across the midwest to convene in our capital city for a grand review of the united states colored troops. imagine the descendants of these proud african american. books shelved as fiction- american- civil- war: this terrible sound: the battle of chickamauga by peter cozzens, no better place to die: the battle of stone.
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