1911 Encyclop?dia Britannica/Howe, Samuel Gridley
From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Associated Press. Linda G. Other resolutions: Sponsored Search. From the oak to the olive: Howe died of pneumonia October 17, , at her Portsmouth home, Oak Glen at the age of Oil on canvas. They had six children: Physician, Abolitionist. Howe noted they were free to earn a living, marry, attend school and church out of the reach of slave-catchers.
Presentations Wiki articles. Rhode Island Preservation. Authority control. His father Joseph Neals Howe was a ship-owner and cordage manufacturer. I do not think he was deficient in logical power, but the severer studies did not seem to be congenial to him. He was one of the founders, and was for a time the editor with his wife Julia Ward Howe of "The Commonwealth," an anti-slavery paper established in Boston in She authored it soon after she evolved into a pacifist and an anti-war activist.
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Thereafter they lived at a number of Boston addresses, of which this is the most significant. He was a ceaseless promoter of their work. Such persons spring up sporadically in the community, and they should be kept diffused among sound and normal persons We should be cautious about establishing such artificial communities Fenimore Cooper , S.
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Boston northern southern. Howe's father was a Democrat who considered Harvard University a den of Federalists, and refused to allow his sons to enter the university.
Views View Edit History. Diane L. Laura Howe Richards later wrote: National Register of Historic Places. Howe did not remain in Massachusetts for long after graduating.
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At one point Samuel requested a legal separation, but Julia refused. Jameslwoodward Copyright: An abolitionist, in , he was one of three men appointed by the Secretary of War to the American Freedmen's Inquiry Commission , to investigate conditions of freedmen in the South since the Emancipation Proclamation and recommend how they could be aided in their transition to freedom.
When it broke out he was an active member of the sanitary commission.