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Andover was an important part of the Underground Railroad network, and several abolitionists in town made their homes available to fleeing slaves. Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, lived in Andover for several years at the height of her fame, after her hugely controversial novel had become an international success. During her time in Andover, she traveled to speak about her book and met with important leaders including President Lincoln and Queen Victoria.
Her presence in town was not without controversy, as some of the Stowes’ neighbors disliked the lively atmosphere and frequent visitors at the house. Regardless, Harriet and her husband are both buried in Andover. The house she shared with her family, which Harriet had a major role in remodeling, still stands, though it has been moved from its original location. It is currently on the campus of the Phillips Academy.
Contemporary celebrities born in Andover include Jay Leno and Michael Chiklis.