The Life and Times of Harriet Beecher Stowe

  1. 3. publicly support or recommend a particular cause or policy.
  2. 5. advocating or based on thorough or complete political or social change.
  3. 7. just behavior or treatment.
  4. 8. very unusual or remarkable.
  5. 12. a college that prepares students to be priests, ministers, or rabbis.
  6. 14. a person or thing that precipitates an event.
  7. 15. a person who advocates or supports the abolition of a particular practice or institution, typically slavery.
  8. 16. gradually spread through or over.
  9. 17. something left or handed down by a predecessor.
  10. 18. strongly influencing later developments.
  11. 19. outstandingly bad; shocking.
  1. 1. shock or excite someone into taking action.
  2. 2. people who advocate a theory, proposal, or course of action.
  3. 4. shape (something) differently.
  4. 6. famous and respected within a particular sphere.
  5. 8. the state of being equal, especially in status, rights, or opportunities.
  6. 9. the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness.
  7. 10. having or showing zeal; fervently devoted to something.
  8. 11. a form of dialogue process involving discussions which aim to create an open and inclusive dialogue among all stakeholders.
  9. 13. a formal charge or accusation of a serious crime.