Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910) (1915) was the 1917 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. Julia Ward Howe was an abolitionist, poet, and travel writer, best remembered for penning the Union's most popular song during the American Civil War, The Battle Hymn of the Republic. Both Volume I and Volume II are included here. We feature it in our collection of Pulitzer Prizes.
Dedication: To Henry Marion Howe
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