Stowe's book Uncle Tom's Cabin, published in 1852, when she was 41, portrayed the physical, sexual, and emotional abuse endured by enslaved people. It became a best-seller in the United States, England, Europe, and Asia. This home, her last, was built in 1871 and is a smaller version of the adjacent Twain residence. (The authors moved into their respective residences within a year of each other, when Stowe was in her 60s and Twain was nearing 40.) Displays illustrate nineteenth-century women's history, including suffrage, as well as African-American history and racial attitudes in the U.S.