Julia Ward Howe

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United States feminist who was active in the women's suffrage movement (1819-1910)


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This is what Julia Ward Howe and her Battle Hymn helped achieve.
Pleasant Journey (Boston, 1868), 173-4, 222-233; Julia Ward Howe Diary,
People like Nathaniel Hawthorne, Charles Dickens, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Julia Ward Howe, Oscar Wilde, famous theater actors, musicians, and opera singers were regularly welcomed into the home.
At other intervals are the former homes of artist John Singer Sargent and ``Battle Hymn of the Republic'' author Julia Ward Howe.
Like Julia Ward Howe and Frances Osgood (both of whom are featured in Bennett's anthology), Piatt also writes extensively on courtship and marriage, frequently questioning the societal const ruction of womanhood.
In the United States Julia Ward Howe suggested the idea of Mother's Day in 1872.
In modern times it was Julia Ward Howe, who wrote the words for the Battle Hymn of the Republic, who suggested the idea of Mother's Day in 1872.
The range is enormous - from signed Oscar Wilde items (here to the author of The Battle Hymn of the Republic, Julia Ward Howe who Wilde met during one of his American tours), to Memoirs Of Charles Macklin by William Cooke.
Or to Julia Ward Howe, who wrote the lyrics to that catchy chart hit of 1872, Battle Hymn Of The Republic.
It was here that Julia Ward Howe wrote "The Battle Hymn of the Republic", where Abraham Lincoln lived for a month, where, in the grand lobby, President Ulysses S.
Althought, the origins of Mother's Day are attributed to different people but many believe that two women, Julia Ward Howe and Anna Jarvis were important in establishing the tradition of Mother's Day in the United States.