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The Beechers Through the Nineteenth Century Sasha Newborn, producer

The Beechers Through the Nineteenth Century

Sasha Newborn, producer

Published 2011
ISBN : 9780942208443
Paperback
342 pages
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This is intimate history, the story of the United States becoming a nation through the experiences of the famous Beecher family, most of whom had national reputations in various fields: Harriet Beecher Stowe (Uncle Toms Cabin), Henry Ward BeecherMoreThis is intimate history, the story of the United States becoming a nation through the experiences of the famous Beecher family, most of whom had national reputations in various fields: Harriet Beecher Stowe (Uncle Toms Cabin), Henry Ward Beecher (his brave speeches in England at the beginning of the Civil War swayed Britain away from supporting the South), Catherine Beecher (womens issues, home economics, education), Edward Beecher (theologian, abolitionist), Charles Beecher, Thomas K. Beecher, James Beecher, Isabella Beecher Hooker, etc. This is the script of a radio serial based in part on the round-robin letters that family members shared, plus historical figures and events. The audio of the 28-part series is also available online at www.bandannabooks.com/19th/beechers/