|Statement||Illustrated by Clothilde Embree Funk.|
|Series||Childhood of famous Americans series|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.W125 Ju|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||45008460|
Julia Ward Howe: Girl of old New York (Childhood of famous Americans) Hardcover – January 1, by Jean Brown Wagoner (Author)/5(2). Get this from a library! Julia Ward Howe, girl of old New York.. [Jean Brown Wagoner; Clotilde Embree Funk]. Get this from a library! Julia Ward Howe, girl of old New York.. [Jean Brown Wagoner] -- The early years of Julia Ward Howe, who wrote the words to the Battle hymn of the republic. Julia Ward Howe: Girl of Old New York, Jean Brown Wagoner. (Bobbs Merrill, ). (Bobbs Merrill, ). Three Generations, Maud Howe Elliott.
Julia Ward Howe: girl of old New York, by Jean Brown Wagoner, (2 copies) Julia Ward Howe , Vol. I and Vol. II, by Laura E. Richards and Maud Howe Elliot, has a letter from the publisher, pasted program from JWH memorial services, and handwritten note from unknown author inserted into Vol. Julia Ward Howe, the author of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic," was a prominent American abolitionist, social activist, and prodigious poet. A little girl was born in New York, in a house on the beautiful Bowling Green, near where the emigrant ships now come in. A lively, appealing book in the same series. Of the fabulous Howe family in general, and of wild, redheaded Julia in particular. A distinctive family background, a comprehensible emphasis on the liberal, humane tradition, indicates the conditioning of the girl who became a successful woman's leader and gained fame as the author of The Battle Hymn of the Republic, which inspired the nation in. All about Julia Ward Howe: Girl of Old New York by Jean Brown Wagoner. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5.
In THE CIVIL WARS OF JULIA WARD HOWE, author Elaine Showalter spins an interesting yet comprehensive biography of one of the pioneers of American history. Known for penning THE BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC, Julia Ward Howe was also a /5. 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. The oldest of the trio by four days, Julia Ward Howe was born in New York City on this day, in Including Howe in this bicentennial list may startle readers unaccustomed to thinking of her as a major literary figure. But very little women were poets, authors or songwriters. Julia Ward Howe was one of those few that helped with her songs, poems, and plays. This is the story of her life. Julia Ward Howe was born on in New York City, New York. She was born into a .