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Harriet Beecher Stowe
The Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin



Presenting the Original Facts and Documents Upon Which the Story Is Founded,
Together with Corroborative Statements Verifying the Truth of the Work.

By Harriet Beecher Stowe.

Boston:
John P. Jewett and Company,
1854.


Part I.
Chapter I.
Chapter II: Mr. Haley.
Chapter III: Mr. and Mrs. Shelby.
Chapter IV: George Harris.
Chapter V: Eliza.
Chapter VI: Uncle Tom.
Chapter VII: Miss Ophelia.
Chapter VIII: Marie St. Clare.
Chapter IX: St. Clare.
Chapter X: Legree.
Chapter XI: Select Incidents of Lawful Trade.
Chapter XII: Topsy.
Chapter XIII: The Quakers.
Chapter XIV. The Spirit of St. Clare.

Part II
Chapter I
Chapter II: What is Slavery?
Chapter III: Souther v. The Commonwealth--The Ne Plus Ultra of Legal Humanity.
Chapter IV: Protective Statutes.
Chapter V: Protective Acts of South Carolina and Louisiana
Chapter VI: Protective Acts with Regard to Food and Raiment, Labour, Etc
Chapter VII: The Execution of Justice.
Chapter VIII: The Good Old Times.
Chapter IX: Moderate Correction and Accidental Death-- State v. Castleman.
Chapter X: Principles Established--State v. Legree; A Case Not in the Books.
Chapter XI: The Triumph of Justice Over Law.
Chapter XII: A Comparison of the Roman Law of Slavery with the American.
Chapter XIII: The Men Better than Their Laws.
Chapter XIV: The Hebrew Slave-Law Compared with the American Slave-Law.
Chapter XV: Slavery is Despotism.

Part III
Chapter I: Does Public Opinion Protect the Slave?
Chapter II: Public Opinion Formed by Education.
Chapter III: Separation of Families.
Chapter IV: The Slave-Trade.
Chapter V: Select Incidents of Lawful Trade, or Facts Stranger than Fiction.
Chapter VI.
Chapter VII.
Chapter VIII: Kidnapping.
Chapter IX: Slaves as they are, on Testimony of Owners.
Chapter X: "Poor White Trash."

Part IV
Chapter I: The Influence of the American Church on Slavery.
Chapter II.
Chapter III: Martyrdom.
Chapter IV: Servitude in the Primitive Church Compared with American Slavery
Chapter V:
Chapter VI.
Chapter VII.
Chapter VIII.
Chapter IX: Is the System of Religion Which is Taught the Slave the Gospel
Chapter X: What is to be Done?
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