Aunt Hattie's House
In 1864, Harriet Beecher Stowe comes to her new home in Hartford, Connecticut an international celebrity, looking for quieter times.
As Harriet insists her life is not worthy of a biography, we learn of her struggles and successes as she became an internationally-known author, while raising seven children. Recognizing how her writing has changed the course of our nation’s history, Harriet realizes her true motivation for writing.
They Called Me Minty: Harriet Tubman in Her Own Words
It is October 1865, and Harriet Tubman, one of the foremost "conductors" on the Underground Railroad, visits the congregation of the Bridge Street African Methodist Episcopal Church to talk about her life and her life's work as the "Moses" of her people.