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However, the celebration of the Mother's day as we see it today is a recent phenomenon, thanks to two great woman named Julia Ward Howe and Anna Jervis, who made this day come into existence.
Activist, writer, and poet Julia Ward Howe first proposed the idea of an official celebration of Mother's Day in the United States in 1872.
Taking the unfinished novel, The Hermaphrodite , by American social activist, poet, and essayist Julia Ward Howe (perhaps best known as author of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic") as its object of focus, this collection of critical essays, edited by Bergland (English and gender/cultural studies, Simmons College) and Williams (English, U.
Olson, a mother of four, is quick to point out that Julia Ward Howe is the mother of Mother's Day.
1, Howe Family Manuscripts, Harvard University Library, Houghton; and Julia Ward Howe Diary, Oct.
It was at the Willard that Julia Ward Howe wrote The Battle Hymn of the Republic, where President Ulysses S.
Chapter five surveys elegies written by and about blacks (and some Indians) from the late eighteenth century to the Civil War period, exploring the elegies written by Phillis Wheatley, George White, Julia Ward Howe, Frances Harper, and others.
Washington, Wade Hampton, Julia Ward Howe, Buffalo Bill, Carl Schurz, Jane Addams, and Geronimo.