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Person Detail: Julia Ward Howe

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Full Name: Julia Ward Howe
Biography:
(1819-1910) Author, social reformer, writer. Julia Ward Howe wrote and lectured in behalf of women's suffrage, Negro emancipation, and other causes, as well as helping to found a world peace organization. She wrote "The Battle Hymn of the Republic," her most famous work, which was published in 1862. She lived in Manhattan, New York.
Author's Timeline:
1819 (Unknown) County
Julia Ward was born in New York City, New York, in 1819. 
1910 (Unknown) County
Julia Ward Howe died at her home in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island, in 1910. 
1862 (Unknown) County
The Battle Hymn of the Republic
(Pub: Atlantic Monthly. ISBN: )
Poem; Howe's most famous work. 
1854 (Unknown) County
Passion-Flowers
(Pub: Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields. ISBN: )
Collection of poetry. 
1857 (Unknown) County
Words For The Hour
(Pub: Boston: Ticknor and Fields. ISBN: )
Collection of poetry. 
1866 (Unknown) County
Later Lyrics
(Pub: Boston: J. E. Tilton & Company. ISBN: )
Collection of poetry. 
1910 (Unknown) County
Julia Ward Howe is buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. 
1843 (Unknown) County
Julia Ward married Samuel Gridley Howe in 1843. 
1874 (Unknown) County
Sex And Education
Nonfiction. 
1881 (Unknown) County
Modern Society
Nonfiction. 
1857 (Unknown) County
The World's Own
Play. 
1898 (Unknown) County
From Sunset Ridge; Poems Old And New
(Pub: Boston, New York: Houghton Mifflin & Co. ISBN: )
Collection of poetry. 
1910 (Unknown) County
At Sunset
(Pub: Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co. ISBN: )
Collection of poetry. 
1891 (Unknown) County
Woman's Work In America
(Pub: New York: N. Holt and Co. ISBN: )
 
1899 (Unknown) County
Reminiscences: 1819-1899
(Pub: Boston: Houghton Mifflin. ISBN: )
 
1913 (Unknown) County
Julia Ward Howe And the Woman Suffrage Movement: A Selection From Her Speeches And Essays
(Pub: Boston: D. Estes. ISBN: )
 
? New York County
Howe lived in Manhattan, New York. 

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