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Question 1: She is buried in the Mount Auburn Cemetery in ________.
Woburn, MassachusettsLowell, MassachusettsBostonCambridge, Massachusetts

Question 2: Julia Ward Howe (May 27, 1819 – October 17, 1910) was a prominent American abolitionist, social activist, and poet most famous as the author of "________."
John Brown's BodyRepublican Party (United States)American Civil WarThe Battle Hymn of the Republic

Question 3: Her home in Rhode Island, Oak Glen, was added to the ________ in 1978.
History of the National Register of Historic PlacesProperty type (National Register of Historic Places)National Register of Historic PlacesNational Park Service

Question 4: Howe died on October 17, 1910, at her home, Oak Glen, in ________, at the age of 91.
Middletown, Rhode IslandJamestown, Rhode IslandPortsmouth, Rhode IslandNewport, Rhode Island

Question 5: After the war Howe focused her activities on the causes of ________ and women's suffrage.
PacifismPeace movementPeace churchesNonviolence

Question 6: ________ Howe's home for many years
Waterville, MaineKennebec County, MaineAugusta, MaineGardiner, Maine

Question 7: Born Julia Ward in ________, she was the fourth of seven children born to Samuel Ward (May 1, 1786 – November 27, 1839) and Julia Rush Cutler.
New York CityBrooklynNew York metropolitan areaManhattan

Question 8: From 1872 to 1879, she assisted ________ and Henry Brown Blackwell in editing Woman's Journal.
Lucy StoneNational Women's Rights ConventionLucretia MottSecond-wave feminism

Question 9: On January 28, 1908, Howe became the first woman elected to the ________.
American Academy of Arts and Letters Gold MedalsAmerican literatureUnited StatesAmerican Academy of Arts and Letters







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