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1. Mr. Haley discusses slave business with Mr. Shelby; Mr. Shelby agrees to sell Tom and Harry. 2. Eliza finds out about the negotiations and warns Tom, but Tom decides to stay and be loyal. Eliza run’s away with Harry to escape to freedom and to avoid losing Harry. 3. Mr. Haley takes a search party the next day to catch Eliza; Eliza escapes away and continues her journey with Harry. 4. Mr. Haley finds slave-catchers, Tom Loker and “Marks”, and make a deal with them to catch Eliza and Harry. 5. Tom is taken away from the Shelby’s plantation and starts his journey to the South. 6. With Eliza’s husband, George, also trying to escape to freedom from separate accounts with his master, the two reunite together at a Quaker settlement during their journeys. 7. Tom meets Eva on a ferry boat going down the Mississippi River; she falls over the side into the river one day. Tom saves her, and in turn, her family ends up buying Tom. Tom is sold to the St. Clare family. 8. Loker and Mark’s search party for Eliza end up catching up with them on their travel in between Quaker settlements. Loker sees George and remembers the big award for him; Loker shoots at George but misses. 9. George shoots Loker in the side and he tumbles 30 ft to the ground. George, Eliza, and Harry continue their journey to freedom; they take Loker to a nearby Quaker settlement to be nursed though. 10. Tom becomes extremely close friends with Eva over the time he’s been at the St. Clare house so far. 11. Chloe, Tom’s wife, and Mrs. Shelby come up with plans on buying Tom back. Chloe ends up leaving to go work in Louisville to raise some money. 12. Eva becomes extremely sick, but only Tom notices how severe it is. Eva has also become more loving and religious. 13. Eva’s cousin, Henrique, comes for a visit with his dad to see the St. Clare family. Eva sees how badly Henrique treats his slave boy, Dodo, and she fusses at him. He has a change in heart in treating Dodo bad. 14. Eva’s health gets worse and she feels that she will die soon. She begins to influence everyone in the household to make them better before she dies. 15. Eva dies, but she leaves on a good note by trying to teach everyone more about Jesus. Tom and Augustine were by her side. 16. Augustine goes out to a café one night and ends up being stabbed accidently from a two drunken men’s fight. He later dies that night with Tom by his side.
24. He tells them they will be free once he dies. etc…. and Harry reach Canada for freedom. Eliza. to the Southern States of America. 19. Legree is very mean and threatening to his slaves. the setting changes from the Shelby’s plantation in Kentucky. George Shelby returns to the Shelby plantation and tells all of the slaves about Tom. to the Northern States of America and Canada. Cassy and Emmeline run away from Legree’s plantation and Legree questions Tom about it.Tom is an old slave who is extremely religious and close with Jesus. He sets all the slaves free but they don’t leave. he tries to lead others to Jesus whenever he has a chance too. and the remaining family on the Shelby’s plantation. Tom is beaten for the first time on Legree’s plantation for not following orders to beat a slave woman named Cassy. The reason for the major diversity in the settings throughout the book is caused by the change in focus over the main characters in the book: Uncle Tom and his journey. Sambo and Quimbo. he was not able to free the slaves like he promised Eva before she died. Uncle Tom. The narrator in Uncle Tom’s Cabin uses the third person and the second person omniscient point of views. Tom dies from the beating. 22. 23. Eliza. Setting: The story of Uncle Tom’s Cabin takes place during the 19th Century in the United States of America. Marie ends up selling all the slaves away and they are taken to a slave auction. Cassy and Madame de Thoux learn of being related to George and Eliza. 21. and he doesn’t like religion. specifically New Orleans. They go to Montreal to see them and end up living with them happily. and he is loyal and nice . Main Characters: Uncle Tom. Eliza and her journey.Uncle Tom’s Cabin Assignment APUSH 17. The book follows Tom’s journey the most. He refuses to talk so Legree beats him. Legree has his two meanest slaves do it. Tom is beaten a few more times by both them and Legree. Since Augustine died so soon after Eva. George. This allows the narrator to share the inner thoughts of characters and follow specific adventures with some of the characters. He is always honest and seeks to do the right things. Throughout the book. 18. Tom is sold to a mean Louisiana plantation owner named Simon Legree. 20.
he is married to Marie and has a daughter. George Harris.She is a very beautiful girl. Clare. Simon hated Tom so much that he beat Tom to death. Clare. .He is a very mean and hateful plantation owner of Louisiana. Shelby’s favorite servant.He is a wealthy plantation owner of New Orleans. Harry. Harry Harris. George eventually reunites with his family and they all escape to Canada to freedom. George refuses this disrespectful treatment and runs away (leaving his wife and child behind not wanting to) to seek freedom in Canada. Once George was admired and respected at the factory. but she influenced all the people around her very much before she died. Mr. Tom refused and was in turn beaten himself. Augustine St. Eventually. but Shelby sold him to lessen his debt. Eva becomes extremely sick and eventually dies. the daughter of Augustine and Marie St. He is also married to Eliza and has a son. he is very skeptical of God but ends up finding him with the help of Eliza. mean. He abuses his slaves and threatens them all the time. and she becomes very close friends with Uncle Tom.Uncle Tom’s Cabin Assignment APUSH to every owner he has. Tom. Simon Legree.Eliza is a beautiful slave woman to the Shelby’s household. his real master takes him away and forces him to work hard due to jealousy. but he never did anything about it because he felt he couldn’t make a difference in society.George is a very intelligent slave who invented a successful machine in a factory. she is Mrs. but it is believed he found God before he dies. Shelby’s slave. Simon Legree. Augustine doesn’t really love Marie for she is selfish. On their journey. Eva. Eliza is married to George Harris and has one son. She is the kindest and most religious character in the book. after waiting to go back home to the Shelby’s plantation for a couple of years. Tom was originally Mr. and she is loyal to the Shelby’s. who eventually beat him to his death. He hates Tom and his ways. was sold again by his second owner to a mean slave owner. and one day orders Tom to beat a slave woman named Cassy. Augustine had an anger towards slavery and thought it was wrong. Eliza reunites with her husband and they all reach freedom in Canada. and a terrible wife. Clare of New Orleans. and favorite. Eliza is very religious. He is skeptical of God throughout the book. Shelby decides to sell Harry with Uncle Tom one day to help get rid of his debt. Eliza finds out and runs away with Harry to seek freedom in Canada. He died do to a wound received by a knife stab one night at a café. Evangeline (Eva) St. Eliza Harris.
she is married to Mr. Ex. Death from MistreatmentEx. Tom was whirled away” (Stowe 101). and that I shall take a wife and settle down on his place” (Stowe 20).-and she’s dead!” (Stowe 220). Shelby. and that mysterious and sublime change passed over his face. Clare’s died from being mistreated by her master: “Prue. Haley takes a child away from a slave woman named Lucy.He is a kind plantation owner of Kentucky. 3) Mr.-and I hearn ‘em saying that the flies got to her. She was happy of Eliza’s escape. Mrs. she got drunk agin. Shelby treats his slaves well and takes care of them. She hated Mr. that brings rolls to the St. Shelby. She had a firm belief in treating slaves well. Ex. you may as well know it first as last. fixed to the last on the old place. and he sells him while she is sleeping: “Lucy. and she wanted to go off and work to raise money to eventually buy Tom back. and.-and they had her down cellar. Ex. Shelby and has a son named George. Prue. 2) George was forbidden to see his wife Eliza anymore with them being on two different plantations: “and he (master) says he won’t let me come here any more. that told the approach of other worlds” (Stowe 421). with a steady. Problems Created by Slavery throughout the Book: Family SeparationEx. . but she also hated the concept of slavery. 5) Uncle dies from being beaten by his master Simon Legree: “A sudden sinking fell upon him. I know’d you couldn’t take him down South. he is married to Mrs. Tom and Harry. She loves her slaves and treats them very well.-and thar they left her all day. 4) The slave girl. but one day because of his massive debt. that’ll raise him better than you can” (Stowe 131). Shelby’s decision is selling Tom and Harry and became disappointed in him. He felt terrible about this arrangement and was upset the remaining of the book. he closed his eyes. mournful look. Shelby and has a son named George. Mr. your child’s gone. and I got a cha nce to sell him to a first-rate family.She is a very nice and religious woman.Uncle Tom’s Cabin Assignment APUSH Mr. he decided to sell two of his slaves. You see. 1) Tom is taken from his family on the Shelby’s plantation: “Haley whipped up the horse.
4) Andy and Sam catch small “hints” from Mrs. and it shows what different characters’ views on the subject were. to see each other. Uncle Tom didn’t like slavery. They act clumsy and cause the horses to get wild. Her goal was to show the moral issues in slavery and to highlight the cruelty of slavery. Sam also gives a “secret warning” to Eliza to alert her she’s in danger when the search crew arrived at the Inn she was at. Questions: 1) Mr. he broke the very law later that night when he helps Eliza. He was following what the Bible says and was also trying to bring others to Jesus instead of causing trouble. 6) Yes. Shelby treats his slaves nice and with respect. Haley is coarse. Andy and Sam also trick him into taking the longer route to town giving Eliza more time to escape. there is a great deal of emotion involved. Bird voted in favor for the Fugitive Slave Law. and they play a prank on Mr. 6) Eliza runs away from the Shelby plantation after learning about Harry being sold away: “A few last words and tears. Later when they are actually travelling to town to search for Eliza. The book gives a firsthand account on what life was like with slavery. and. . He knew he was breaking the rule. Haley are very different from each other. Shelby is a kind man who cares about his work and hates that he’s in debt. the horse throws him off when he sits down. Shelby to delay their departure to search for Eliza as much as they can. Mr. Haley treats them with prejudice and is not respectful of them. however he had a loving heart and wanted to influence his masters towards Jesus. Senator Bird is a hypocrite. A slave woman loses her child in a slave auction). she glided noiselessly away” (Stowe 42). but he saw it as the right thing to do and didn’t care anymore . 3) Whenever people read her novel. illmannered man who doesn’t really care about how he does his business. a few simple adieus and blessings. 2) George and Eliza do not have the freedom to marry each other. You can see different types of peoples’ viewpoints on slavery throughout the story. while Mr. Shelby and Mr. Slaves were not allowed to have natural rights that white people had. Some of the experiences the characters encounter in the story can connect some of the readers to the characters feelings and make them feel for them (Ex. 5) Stowe was trying to show how religious and loyal a slave could be towards the action of slavery. Mr. Mr.Uncle Tom’s Cabin Assignment Slaves Run Away- APUSH Ex. Haley by placing a beechnut under his horse’s saddle. however. clasping her wondering and affrighted child in her arms. or to raise a child together.
whites come and view slaves that are being displayed for sale/auction. Tom uses the quote "Bear thou. Yes it is historically accurate. 13) Stowe shows the importance of acting on your convictions throughout the book. Marie talks of the sermon at church and says the text was: “He hath made everything beautiful in its season:” and says the preacher proved th at all social orders come from God. She was trying to show people how acting on a conviction quickly or not could change the future events in one’s life. Henrique beats his slave boy. and treats him terribly. If she chose not to leave at that time. in talking to Augustine. like him. the next morning Harry would have been taken from her and her whole family wouldn’t go on to receive freedom in Canada like they did. spoke of how all men are definitely not born equal and that slaves are at the bottom of the classes. she has been raised with these beliefs. 14) At the slave market. The whites would usually examine slaves they were interested in just like they would animals at an animal auction. Alfred. and labor in love. The Northern states just didn’t believe that slavery was right. Quakers did help slaves escape during this time period. Clare family (all but Augustine) returns home from church. it’s better to act sooner than later. but he didn’t want to be one of the only plantation owners in the South to stand out for the abolishment of slavery. 8) Slavery was against their moral and religious beliefs. Yes this is historically accurate. 12) She feels that slaves are not the same as her even though they are human just like her. 9) When the St. He disagrees with this and believes that the Bible can be used to argue against anything. If the whites are interested they will buy that . This shows that both Henrique and his father have views towards slaves deserving the treatment of slavery. therefore. He did hold bad feelings towards slavery.Uncle Tom’s Cabin Assignment APUSH 7) Ms. in patience. Dodo. 10) Augustine feels that he can’t make a difference in society even if he wanted to. was starting to enforce. He thinks that people look to the Bible differently and find ways to support their own views towards slavery. She lets their skin color and the acceptance of them being slaves get to her. for sure as he is God. He also doesn’t want to break the laws that the U. so they wanted to do what was right. Eva confronts him about it and he tells Eva that he feels he cannot love servants.S. 11) They both talk of how slaves are “below” them. An example of this is when Eliza decides to leave the Shelby plantation immediately after hearing the possibility of Harry being sold.'" to refute slavery and give himself hope. 'the year of his redeemed shall come. the Northern states were still prejudice and were racist towards blacks. They feel that the system of slavery is not wrong since slaves are considered the bottom class. Marie tells Augustine how the sermon was great and it supported slavery. they don’t deserve the nice and equal treatment.
and slaves. Eliza. What's the use of our trying to do anything. 15) Simon Legree has the motivation of wanting to change Tom and his religious beliefs. pg. Simon does not accomplish this goal however.” (Chapter 2.Uncle Tom’s Cabin Assignment APUSH slave to take home with them. abominable law. I'm a poor. support freedom for the slaves. He probably realized that slaves are normal people just like him and that they don’t deserve the terrible treatment they receive. trying to be anything! What's the use of living? I wish I was dead. I would want to befriend slaves and take part in trying to help them. that's all. He tries to be cruel to Tom for a start. if a woman can't give a warm supper and a bed to poor. and I hope I shall have a chance. in this quote. trying to know anything. I’m a strong supporter of Christianity and believe what the bible says. because buyers wouldn’t buy families altogether most of the time. the very life is burning out of me. Tom dies happy and forgiving of the people that beat him and even helped them become Christians. Emmeline was separated from her mother. is wishing that he was dead because he hates his current life so much. starving creatures. just because they are slaves. In most cases. Stowe uses this to show the reader of how bad slavery can make a person feel. poor things! ” (Chapter 9. wicked. misery! My life is bitter as wormwood. and have been abused and oppressed all their lives. John! Poor.This quote shows the feelings that slaves could have towards slavery. At the slave market in Uncle Tom’s Cabin. houseless creatures! It's a shameful. 5 Important Slavery Quotes: 1) George Harris: “Yes Eliza. I would love the slaves like I am supposed to and work to do the morally correct thing at the time. and I'll break it. 18) . Loker had fussed at them and shot at them. Bird: “You ought to be ashamed. and Phineas ended up transporting him to a Quaker village to be nursed. I do! Things have got to a pretty pass. the first time I get a chance. misery. homeless. and then after he received his major injury. mothers and their children are separated. but he sees that Tom wasn’t changing so it becomes a goal of his. he was just chasing after to catch ended up being kind to him. for one. pg. 82) . 16) The fugitives. I shall only drag you down with me. 17) This story would have made me feel bad for the slaves and not want to treat them terribly. George Harris. and they will now hold their ownership. miserable. 2) Mrs. it's all misery. George. forlorn drudge.
109) . we'll fight for our liberty till we die. Some slaves become so passionate in their beliefs that they are willing to die trying to gain their freedom. is fussing at her husband. which they do. The reader understands of how important opinions of slavery can be.This quote shows another opinion that slaves could have towards slavery. and get away from Mas’r and Missis. Some slaves can be scarred internally from incidents that have happened to them. and you’ll have dogs’ works and dogs’ actions. 199) . In this quote. pg.” (Chapter 17. and you’ll have men’s works.” (Chapter 11. Most people didn’t treat their slaves very well. we stand here as free. some slave owners could be great to slaves. He is telling him that they have just as many rights as whites do and that he will fight until death for his freedom. 3) George Harris: “We don't own your laws. he was trying to make things better for slaves. George Harris is speaking out against Tom Loker whenever they are being chased down as fugitives. 218) . She feels for the slaves and wants to help them. we don't own your country. Treat ‘em like men. by the great God that made us. Prue has been mistreated very badly all her life by her masters. and that some people have good ones. pg.This quote shows the reader the beliefs of a drover that owns slaves. Senator Bird. as you are. Mrs. 4) Prue: “I looks like gwine to heaven…an’t thar where white folks is gwine? S’pose they’d have me thar? I’d rather go to torment.” (Chapter 18. .This quote shows the intense hatred some slaves had towards slavery. and. Prue says that she would rather go to Hell and suffer than go to Heaven and be around her masters 5) A drover: “Treat ‘em like dogs. they feel they deserve it. Bird. He treats his slaves very well with respect and gives this advice to people.Uncle Tom’s Cabin Assignment - APUSH This quote shows of how some whites had the right opinions and thoughts towards slavery. under God's sky. in this quote. pg. for supporting the Fugitive Slave Law and saying that she will break it.
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