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    • facebook Julia Ward Howe- is writing a poem about slavery. Wall Photos Flair Boxes Julia Ward Howe Logout View photos of JWH (5) Send JWH a message Poke message Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share Information Networks : Washington D.C. Birthday: May 27, 1819 Political: Democrat Religion: Catholic Hometown: New York city Friends Frank Henry Lincoln Lucy Julia Ward Howe is visiting a Union army camp near Washington , Dc Mary President Abraham Lincoln When I heard the lyrics to Battle Hymn of the republic, I cried like a big baby. June 5,1893 Julia Ward Howe is looking at distant campfires from her hotel window. June 11, 1897 Julia Ward Howe I want to feel the emotions of the soldiers that were fighting for human freedom. October 28, 1889 Julia Ward Howe speaking on women rights as well as the gross materialism of the Gilded Age. September 9, 1879 Julia Ward Howe writing the words to the Battle Hymn of the Republic , which became a song during the Civil War for the north. April 17, 1899
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