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Stowe

(stō), resort town (1990 pop. 2,450), Lamoille co., N central Vt.; settled 1794, inc. 1896. It is surrounded by mountains, including Mt. Mansfield, Vermont's highest. Stowe is one of New England's largest ski resorts, and the surrounding area has many scenic attractions. In addition to tourism and a thriving trade in antiques, dairying and farming are practiced in Stowe, and wood products, electronic equipment, canoes, and maple sugar are made.

Stowe

Harriet Elizabeth Beecher. 1811--96, US writer, whose bestselling novel Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852) contributed to the antislavery cause
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The flack has been enormous and continues on the blogosphere" and from "self-righteous strangers online and those who subscribe to these feeds," Stowe said, calling some of the posts and emails "vicious.
Stowe Mountain Resort's newest facilities and improvements include the Spruce Peak Adventure Center, the new Meadows Quad on Spruce Peak, Evolution Stowe's RFID tickets, passes and gates and the new Shops at Spruce Peak.
Before joining Prudential, Stowe was president of accident and health worldwide for AIG Life Cos.
Denied entry to the University of Toronto Medical School in 1865, Stowe was accepted at the New York Medical School for women.
Stowe School completed a superb day of rugby as their under-15 captain Tosin Segun was named player of the tournament after commanding displays throughout the day.
The Stowe Center says Stowe's twin daughters, Harriet and Eliza, stayed at home, never married, and cared for Stowe in her old age.
The Problem of Black Representation in Uncle Tom's Cabin," Cantave probes the troubling questions of how Stowe appropriated the slave experience for white culture and what gets neglected when Stowe's novel alone stands for African American experience in a classroom.
Giving evidence on the tenth day of the trial, Mr Stowe told the court how he could hear noises from Red 1 shortly before they called an emergency over the radio.
The crowd was convinced that Stowe had helped make this moment possible with her anti-slavery best-seller Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly, published a decade earlier.
To take part contact PCSO Stowe on 0345 113 5000 extension 7922 6582 or email c.
Tim Stowe Highlights from his time as Director of Wales include the RSPB stopping the extinction of Black Grouse in Wales and expanding its reserves.
Marilyn Stowe said the figure is what most experts predicted - but she believes the deal could have been thrashed out two years ago.