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Harriet Beecher Stowe
Oldtown Folks



BOSTON:
FIELDS, OSGOOD, & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO TICKNOR AND FIELDS.
1869.

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1869, by
HARRIET BEECHER STOWE,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Connecticut.

UNIVERSITY PRESS: WELCH, BIGELOW & CO.,
CAMBRIDGE.


Preface
Chapter I: Oldtown and the Minister.
Chapter II: My Father.
Chapter III: My Grandmother.
Chapter IV: The Village Do-Nothing.
Chapter V: The Old Meeting-House.
Chapter VI: Fire-Light Talks in my Grandmother's Kitchen.
Chapter VII: Old Crab Smith.
Chapter VIII: Miss Asphixia
Chapter IX: Harry's First Day's Work.
Chapter X: Miss Asphyxia's System.
Chapter XI: The Crisis.
Chapter XII: The Lion's Mouth Shut.
Chapter XIII: The Empty Bird's Nest.
Chapter XIV: The Day in Fairy-Land.
Chapter XV: The Old Manor-House.
Chapter XVI: Sam Lawson's Discoveries.
Chapter XVII: The Visit to the Haunted House.
Chapter XVIII: Tina's Adoption.
Chapter XIX: Miss Mehitable's Letter, and the Reply, Giving Further Hints of the Story.
Chapter XX: Miss Asphyxia goes in Pursuit, and my Grandmother gives Her Views on Education
Chapter XXI: What is to be done with the Boy?
Chapter XXII: Daily Living in Oldtown.
Chapter XXIII: We Take a Step Up in the World.
Chapter XXIV: We Behold Grandeur.
Chapter XXV: Easter Sunday.
Chapter XXVI: What "Our Folks" Said at Oldtown.
Chapter XXVII: How We Kept Thanksgiving at Oldtown.
Chapter XXVIII: Thr Raid on Oldtown, and Uncle Fliakim's Bravery.
Chapter XXIX: My Grandmother's Blue Book.
Chapter XXX: We Begin to be Grown-Up People.
Chapter XXXI: What Shall We Do With Tina?
Chapter XXXII: The Journey to Cloud-Land.
Chapter XXXIII: School-Life in Cloudland.
Chapter XXXIV: Our Minister in Cloudland.
Chapter XXXV: The Revival of Religion.
Chapter XXXVI: After the Revival.
Chapter XXXVII: The Minister's Wood-Spell.
Chapter XXXVIII: Ellery Davenport.
Chapter XXXIX: Last Days in Cloud-Land.
Chapter XL: We Enter College.
Chapter XLI: Night Talks.
Chapter XLII: Spring Vacation at Oldtown.
Chapter XLIII: What Our Folks Thought About It.
Chapter XLIV: Marriage Preparations.
Chapter XLV: Wedding Bells.
Chapter XLVI: Wedding After-Talks at Oldtown.
Chapter XLVII: Behind the Curtain.
Chapter XLVIII: Tina's Solution.
Chapter XLIX: What Came of It.
Chapter L: The Last Chapter.
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