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# Clue
1. Place to ski
2. Little Eva's creator
3. Uncle Tom's creator
4. Creator of Topsy
5. Vt. ski center
6. She wrote "The Minister's Wooing": 1859
7. She wrote "Dred"
8. Author of "Oldtown Folks": 1869
9. Topsy's creator
10. Town packed with skiers
11. Her pen name was Christopher Crowfield
12. Abolitionist-author
13. "The Minister's Wooing" writer
14. Vermont ski spot
15. Trapp family home
16. "Oldtown Folks" author
17. ''The Minister's Wooing'' author
18. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" writer
19. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" author
20. "Dred" novelist
21. Teardrop Trail setting
22. Uncle Tom's Cabin author
23. Author of the 19th century's best-selling novel
24. Creator of Simon Legree
25. Resort in the Green Mountains
26. Harriet Beecher _____
27. Author Harriet Beecher
28. Author of "The Minister's Wooing"
29. Little Eva's author
30. Resort town in the Green Mountains
31. Vermont ski mecca
32. Vermont Ski Museum's home
33. Author of "Dred"
34. Uncle Tom's Cabin penner
35. Harriet Beecher ___
36. Author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
37. Vermont resort town
38. Vermont tourist town, home to the Trapp Family Lodge
39. Uncle Tom's Cabin novelist
40. Ski resort near Montpelier
41. Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum town
42. Vermont ski resort
43. Uncle Tom creator
44. Author Harriet Beecher __
45. Vermont skiing mecca
46. Legree creator
47. Uncle Tom's Cabin writer
48. Dred novelist
49. Dredâ€‌ novelist nyt 2004 STP The racer's edge"
50. Uncle Tom's Cabin novelist Harriet Beecher ___
51. Sponsor at Indy
52. Indy 500 inits.
53. Parade honoree, briefly
54. Minnesota's capital
55. Big inits. in fuel additives
56. Letters on a track
57. State capital in a mailing address
58. Brook, e.g.
59. Bering or Cook, for short
60. Easy or Fleet (Abbr.)
61. Fighter plane action
62. Vermont hot spot when it's cold
63. Vermont resort
64. Creator of Little Eva and Simon Legree
65. Hot spot in Vermont when it's cold
66. Old Town Folks author Harriet Beecher
67. The little woman who wrote the book that started this great war! (supposed words from Lincoln)
68. Vt. ski resort
69. The Minister's Wooing writer
70. Oldtown Folks author
71. The Minister's Wooing author
72. Simon Legree's creator
73. Oil treatment inits.
74. Vermont ski town
75. Legree's creator
76. Ski mecca
77. Antislavery author
78. She wrote about Eliza and Eva
79. Vermont ski area
80. 19th-century abolitionist
81. She wrote of Topsy
82. It's near Mount Mansfield, Vermont's highest peak
83. Writer of 31-Across
84. Native of East Adriatic coast (9)
85. Topsy's creator (1811–96)
86. Vermont town
87. Author of 1852 best seller
88. She wrote "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
89. She created Simon Legree
90. Winter sports center near Mt Mansfield
91. "A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin" author
92. "Crusader in Crinoline."
93. "Dred" author
94. "Dred" novelist (1856)
95. "Most mothers are instinctive philosophers" writer Harriet Beecher
96. "Old Town Folks" author Harriet Beecher
97. "The General's Daughter" co-star Madeleine
98. "The Last of the Mohicans"' Madeleine
99. "The Minister's Wooing" author
100. "The little woman who wrote the book that started this great war!" (supposed words from Lincoln)
101. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" author Harriet Beecher ___
102. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" novelist
103. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" novelist Harriet Beecher ___
104. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" penner
105. 'Dred' novelist
106. Abolitionist author
107. Abolitionist/author
108. Actress Madeleine
109. American author.
110. American novelist.
111. American writer
112. Anti-slavery author
113. Aspen alternative
114. Author Harriet Beecher ___
115. Author buried on the Phillips Academy campus in 1896
116. Author praised by Lincoln
117. Authorial abolitionist
118. Best-selling author who was a neighbor of Twain in Hartford
119. Best-selling author who wrote "I did not write it. God wrote it. I merely did his dictation"
120. Civil War writer.
121. Eliza's creator
122. Harriet Beecher --
123. Hartford neighbor of Twain
124. It's near Mount Mansfield Vermont's highest peak
125. Legree s creator
126. Madeleine in "We Were Soldiers"
127. Mount Mansfield is near it
128. New England ski center.
129. New England skiing destination
130. Novelist Harriet Beecher ___
131. Novelist of 100 years ago.
132. Novelist of Civil War days.
133. Novelist who helped abolish slavery
134. Resort that hosts the annual Sugar Slalom
135. Ski mecca featuring Mount Mansfield and Spruce Peak
136. Ski resort
137. Ski resort in Vermont
138. Ski resort and a homophone of what you might do to your ski bags on the way there
139. Town near Mount Mansfield
140. Town near Mt. Mansfield.
141. U. S. author.
142. U.S. novelist.
143. Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum locale
144. Vermont resort in the Green Mts.
145. Vermont resort.
146. Vermont ski center
147. Vermont ski resort town
148. Vermont ski town.
149. Vermont tourist town home to the Trapp Family Lodge
150. Vermont town.
151. Vermont winter destination
152. Von Trapps' Vermont home
153. Her pseudonym was Crowfield
154. 19th century American writer
155. 46th name in the Hall of Fame
156. Author of influential book, 1852
157. Spruce Peak's location
158. A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin author
159. Hallucinogen
160. Uncle Tom's Cabin author
161. Stashes on board
162. Packs
163. Put away as gear
164. Put away
165. Puts below
166. Warehoused
167. Additive sold at NAPA
168. Additive sold at AutoZone
169. Speedway letters
170. Parade honoree, for short
171. Engine additive
172. Engine additive brand
173. Atlas abbr.
174. Big race sponsor
175. March 17 honoree, for short
176. Sucker for shakes
177. Hog heaven?
178. Handbag part
179. Brawn
180. =-- throat
181. Oklahoma! carriage
182. PUZZLE TITLE
183. Scatter
184. Tampa neighbor, informally
185. Big initials at Indy
186. 60's-70's hallucinogen
187. Popular oil additive
188. Loaded, as cargo
189. Havoline rival
190. AutoZone purchase
191. Like carry-on luggage during takeoff and landing
192. Packed.
193. Steamer: Abbr.
194. She wrote "Uncle Tom's Cabin."
195. Fiddles.
196. Winter sports center near Mt. Mansfield.
197. Harriet Beecher and family.
198. 46th name in the Hall of Fame.
199. Author of influential book, 1852.
200. Her pseudonym was Crowfield.
201. Serial writer of 1851.
202. Part of the New Testament.
203. In-laws of the Beechers.
204. Harriet and Calvin.
205. Packers.
206. Calvin Ellis and Harriet Beecher.
207. Kin of the Beechers.
208. Puts away.
209. Twin of Minneapolis.
210. Packs away.
211. Packed (away).
212. Packed away.
213. Gummed item: Abbr.
214. Uncle Tom’s creator
215. Best-selling author of years ago
216. Creator of Eva St Clare
217. American novelist
218. Novelist of Civil War days
219. Town near Mt Mansfield
220. Vermont resort in the Green Mts
221. Crusader in Crinoline
222. Novelist of years ago
223. American author
224. Civil War writer
225. New England ski center
226. She wrote "The Minister's Wooing":
227. Author of "Oldtown Folks":