Uncle Tom's Cabin

what developments in the time of uncle toms cabin promted kentuckians to seek the fugitive slave law


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People like the author, Harriet Beecher Stowe, assisted slaves from neighbouring Kuntucky. They would hide runaway slaves and frequently put them in the "underground railroad" to Canada. The Fugitive Slave Act was enacted—it became a crime to assist runaway slaves.