Julia Ward Howe
women's rights activist And Abolitionist...
Changes that Julia made was she would write plays and poems describing how owning slaves and treating them bad was not right and needed to stop. she also helped John Brown who led abortive efforts at Harper's Ferry hoping to take the weapons stored there and give them to the Virginia slaves. His supporters hoped the slaves would rise up in an armed rebellion, and end slavery.
- She was most remembered for her civil war song era, the Battle Hymn Of The Republic.
- Wrote many books such as collections of poetry and also travel volumes.
- Along with Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a co founder of the women’s suffrage movement.
- The Howe neighborhood in Minneapolis, Minnesota is named after her.
- In the year 1867 she put out eleven copies of the literary magazine the "Northern lights."
- Helped to find the the New England womens Sufferage Association and the New England womens club.