|Birth Day||June 14, 1811|
|Birth Place||Litchfield, CT|
|Age||208 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Jul 1, 1896 (age 85)|
Abolitionist author whose literary classic, Uncle Tom's Cabin, encouraged anti-slavery efforts in the Northern states. Her numerous literary works include novels, letters, articles, and travel memoirs.
She received a first-class education at a school run by her sister. Later, she supported the Underground Railroad and housed several fugitive slaves.
She was one of thirteen children born to
Roxana Foote Beecher and religious leader
She was a famous abolitionist, much like Frederick Douglass.