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Summary

  • This "Young folks' edition" is an adaptation of the famous abolishionist novel originally printed in 1852; for children, it is much shortened and simplified.

Notes

  • An adaptation for children.
  • "Printed and bound by M.A. Donohue & Co."--Title page verso.

Contents

  • Uncle Tom and Little Harry are sold --Eliza runs away with Little Harry --The morning after --The chase --Eliza finds a refuge --Uncle Tom says good-bye --Uncle Tom meets Eva --Eliza among the Quakers --Uncle Tom's new home -- Uncle Tom's letter --George fights for freedom --Aunt Dinah --Topsy --Eva and Topsy --Eva's last good-bye --Uncle Tom's new master --George and Eliza find freedom --Uncle Tom finds freedom --Shelby frees his slaves
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