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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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Scholars who study Marie's headaches tend to identify them as feigned; yet her headaches share many of the causes and qualities that Stowe and her contemporaries attributed to the ailment.
Stowe and Jane Talbot are the second generation to preside over the Barkley Village.
Beyonce's choreographer is doing all the choreography for it," said Stowe.
Critique: Featuring an introduction by the pre-eminent critic Stephen Bann, an essay by the foremost garden historian John Dixon Hunt lead on to newly commissioned illustrations by artist Gary Hincks, a previously unpublished interview with the Scottish conceptual artist and gardener Ian Hamilton Finlay, and a new discussion of conflict in the work of Richard Long, "The Garden at War: Deception, Craft and Reason at Stowe" is an extraordinary, profusely illustrated, impressively informative, thoughtful and thought-provoking study that is unreservedly recommended, especially for college and university library collections.
Stowe said he is humbled by those who have pursued "a life of faith in a church that has not always welcomed or valued" them or their worth.
She posits a linearity in Stowe's religious trajectory from New England Calvinism to an ultimate spiritual home in Episcopalianism.
Stowe, a Dallas native who graduated from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, said the relative lack of help for women suffering from these particular conditions mirrors the challenges facing women across the spectrum of mental illness.
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Paul Parry, systems maintenance manager at MEL, said: "This donation means a great deal to me as my daughter was supported by staff from the Resource base at Nether Stowe School.
Born in 1831 in Norwich, Upper Canada (now Ontario), Stowe was one of six daughters born to Solomon Jennings and Hannah Howard.
Frick's recent study focuses squarely on dramatic adaptations of Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom s Cabin produced in the United States from the novel's publication as a book in 1852 to roughly 1932.