Julia Ward Howe

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Julia Ward Howe (27 May 1819 – 17 October 1910) was an American social activist, abolitionist and poet. She rote several books and works of poetry. She wrote the book Passion-Flowers in 1853. She wrote the novel The Battle Hymn of the Republic in the early 1860s. Howe also focused on women's suffrage and pacifism.

Howe was born in New York. She died from pneumonia at age ninety-one in Rhode Island.