Memorial exercises in honor of Julia Ward Howe held in Symphony hall, Boston, on Sunday evening, January 8, 1911, at 8 o"clock. by Boston City Council

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  • Howe, Julia Ward, 1819-1910

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StatementUnder the auspices of the mayor and city council.
ContributionsGuild, Curtis, 1860-1915., Wooley, Mary Emma, 1863-, Lewis, William Henry, 1868-
The Physical Object
Pagination4 p. ., [5]-50 p.
Number of Pages50
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Open LibraryOL22886315M
LC Control Number12014464

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• Bad North is. JULIA WARD HOWE. DAUGHTER OF. SAMUEL WARD. WIFE OF. SAMUEL GRIDLEY HOWE. At the memorial service held by the city of Boston on January 8,any hint of Julia’s playing a subsidiary role to her husband was excised.

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In Honor Of The Men and Women of Hampton, North Hampton and Hampton Falls Who Serve or May Serve in the Armed Forces of the United States and As A Memorial To Lincoln H. Akerman, Who Died in Action on Nov. 20, The High School Auditorium Hampton, N. As it happens today is both our American Memorial Day and Julia Ward Howe’s birthday.

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2) Authors must live or work within miles of Boston the year their books are published. By Elaine Showalter J A hundred years ago, in Marchthe first biography of Julia Ward Howe was published to general acclaim.

Written by Howe’s three daughters, Julia Ward Howe, was the first major biography of an American woman, and set a high standard.

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Field was acquainted with, among numerous others, George Eliot, Oscar Wilde, Julia Ward Howe, Mark Twain, Charles Dickens, the Brownings, and the Trollopes.

Outside the world of literature, she hobnobbed with such men andwomen as Harriet Hosmer, Horace Greeley, Gilbert and Sullivan, Stanley and Livingstone, and Alexander Graham Bell.

Julia Ward Howe, a prominent abolitionist best known for writing “The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” published what became known as the “Mother’s Day Proclamation,” originally called “An Appeal to Womanhood Throughout the World.”.

Mother's Day was established in by anti-war activist Julia Ward-Howe. The years following the Civil War were characterized by continual violence. Although the armistice and surrender had been signed by General Lee, many mercenary soldiers were still actively engaging in guerrilla warfare against civilians.

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How many people show up at a memorial service, say, years after the person's death when it's a Sunday in the middle of July and the temperature is 95. In the case of Margaret Fuller, a chapel-full, as per yesterday at Mount Auburn's Bigelow Chapel, perhaps as many as 75 (sorry, I failed to count).

As we celebrate mothers on their special day, it is important to remember the intent of the founders of Mothers' Day in America. Anguished by the carnage of the Civil War and distressed by the brutality and waste of human life in the Franco-Prussian War, Julia Ward Howe, author of the "Battle Hymn of the Republic" and advocate of better treatment for the disabled, prisoners, and the mentally.

InHowe wrote the “Mother’s Day Proclamation”, a call to action that asked mothers to unite in promoting world peace. The “official” Mother’s Day holiday arose in the ’s as a result of the efforts of Anna Jarvis, daughter of Ann Reeves Jarvis as an honor to her recently deceased mother.

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