Julia Ward Howe

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Julia was an abolitionist and poet. She is famous for the Battle Hymn of the Republic and for proclaiming Mother’s Day in 1870. Mrs. Howe also focused her energy on women’s suffrage.


Thos. W. Herringshaw, The Biographical Review of Prominent Men and Women of the Day (Chicago: Elliott and Beezley, 1889) 132


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