6 edition of Julia Ward Howe 1819-1910 - Volume I found in the catalog.
March 15, 2007
by Brooks Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||428|
JULIA WARD HOWE VOLUME I JULIA WARD HOWE BY LAURA E. RICHARDS AND MAUD HOWE ELLIOTT ASSISTED BY FLORENCE HOWE HALL. TWO VOLUMES IN ONE BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY The Riverside Press Cambridge Much as Julia loved her home, her books and music, she longed for some of the gayety which her . Julia Ward Howe, born in New York City, was the daughter of a Wall Street broker and banker and a mother who was a poet. Home» BIOGRAPHIES--NEW» Howe, Julia Ward () Howe, Julia Ward () Posted on Ap by Emily Mace. Books of poetry by her are Passion Flower (), Later Lyrics (), and From Sunset Author: Emily Mace.
Julia Ward Howe was born on , in New York City to poet Julia Rush Ward and prominent banker Samuel Ward. She was an American poet and author, best known for writing “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” (The Atlantic Monthly, ). She was also an abolitionist, social activist, and co-founder of the American Woman Suffrage Association. Julia Ward Howe was born Julia Ward in New York City on She was the fourth of seven children of a successful Wall Street banker. When Howe was five years old, her mother died. Because of her father's conservative nature, she was limited in her socializing.
Read Chapter III - "The Corner" - ; aet. of Julia Ward Howe ( - ) by Laura E. Richards. The text begins: But well I thank my father's sober house Where shallow judgment had no leave to be, And hurrying years, that, stripping much beside, Turned as they fled, and left me charity. J. W. H. The house which Mr. Ward built on the corner of Bond Street and Broadway was still. Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Richards, Laura Elizabeth Howe, Julia Ward Howe,
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Julia Ward Howe, by Laura E. Richards () and Maud Howe Elliott (), Assisted by Florence Howe Hall (). Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, Volume I, Volume II, Index. Julia Ward Howe - Volume I Paperback – Ma by Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards (Author)Author: Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards.
Read VOLUME I - Chapter I - Ancestral of Julia Ward Howe ( - ) by Laura E. Richards. The text begins: These are my people, quaint and ancient, Gentlefolks with their prim old ways; This, their leader come from England, Governed a State in early days. The first of two volumes of the biography of Julia Ward Howe, American abolitionist, social activist and poet.
Howe's early life was well-to-do, as her father was a banker and the family lived in New York City. After her marriage to Samuel Gridley Howe, the couple took a trip to meet President Lincoln, which prompted Howe to write "The Battle Hymn of the Republic."4/5(2).
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Julia Ward Howe ( - ) by Laura E. Richards Julia Ward Howe () () was the Pulitzer Prize-winning biography about the life of Julia Ward Howe, written by her daughters, Laura E. Richards and Maud Howe Elliott. Assisted by third daughter, Florence Howe Hall. Read VOLUME II - Chapter I - Europe Revisited - ; aet.
58 of Julia Ward Howe ( - ) by Laura E. Richards. The text begins: A MOMENT'S MEDITATION IN COLOGNE CATHEDRAL Enter Life's high cathedral With reverential heart, Its lofty oppositions Matched with divinest art.
Julia Ward Howe, a social reformer, is most remembered for her Civil War-era song “The Battle Hymn of the Republic.” In many respects, Howe was a female pioneer, particularly in literature and women’s rights.
She wrote many books, including collections of poetry and travel volumes. She, along with women such as Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, was a cofounder of the women’s.Diva Julia: The Public Romance and Private Agony of Julia Ward Howe, Valarie H.
Ziegler. (Trinity Press International, ). From Publishers Weekly Among the many wise decisions Ziegler (The Advocates of Peace in Antebellum America) makes in her revealing treatment of Julia Ward Howe's life, the most compelling is her consistent effort to let.Howe, Julia Ward (–)American poet, author, social reformer and women's suffrage leader, best known for writing the Civil War anthem, "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." Born Julia Ward onin New York City; died on Octoin Newport, Rhode Island; buried inMt.
Source for information on Howe, Julia Ward (–): Women in World History: A Biographical.