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  • Description: Fullpage illustration by Hammatt Billings for Uncle Tom's Cabin [First Edition: Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1852]. Shows characters of George Harris, Eliza, Harry, and Mrs. Smyth.
  • Source: Modified version of public domain image from Uncle Tom's Cabin and American Culture, a Multi-Media Archive at
  • Portion: Reduced from original size so it is no longer suitable for reproduction.
  • Purpose: To illustrate the novel en:Uncle Tom's Cabin, of which this illustration forms a vital part of the novel's publication history.
Date 2007-04-19 (first version); 2007-04-19 (last version)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia
Author Original uploader was SouthernNights at en.wikipedia
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