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American poems, 1776-1900 : with notes and biographies

Author: Augustus White Long
Publisher: New York : American Book Company, ©1905.
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Genre/Form: Anthologie
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Long, Augustus White.
American poems, 1776-1900.
New York : American Book Co., ©1905
(OCoLC)586757139
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Augustus White Long
OCLC Number: 1171979
Description: 368 pages ; 19 cm
Contents: The indian burying ground / The wild honeysuckle / Eutaw springs / P. Freneau --
Hail Columbia / J. Hopkinson --
The star spangled banner / F. Key --
A visit from St. Nicholas / C. Moore --
The exile at rest / Warren's address to the American soldiers / The ballot / J. Pierpont --
The old oaken bucket / S. Woodworth --
My life is like the summer rose / R. Wilde --
Home, sweet home / J. Payne --
On the death of Joseph Rodman Drake / Marco Bozzaris / F. Halleck --
The American flag / J. Drake --
A health / A serenade / E. Pinkney --
Woodman, spare that tree / G. Morris --
The Baron's last banquet / A. Greene --
Unseen spirits / Spring / N. Willis --
Monterey / C. Hoffman --
America / S. Smith --
The old sexton / P. Benjamin --
A life on the ocean wave / E. Sargent --
Florence Vane / P. Cooke --
Ben Bolt / T. English --
Thanatopsis / The flood of years / The battlefield / The death of the flowers / The evening wind / To the fringed gentian / To a waterfowl / America / W. Bryant --
Concord hymn / The problem / Each and all / Days / Forbearance / The humble bee / The snow storm / The rhodora / Good-by, proud world / R. Emerson --
The skelton in armor / The cumberland / The wreck of the Hesperus / The village blacksmith / The bridge / The day is done / My lost youth / The poet and his songs / Nature / Hymn to the night / In the churchyard at Tarrytown / The republic / Daybreak / H. Longfellow --
Proem / Ichabod / The lost occasion / The farewell / Laus deo / Skipper Ireson's ride / The barefoot boy / Telling the bees / My playmate / Amy Wentworth / The eternal goodness / J. Whittier --
To Helen / To one in paradise / The bells / The raven / The haunted palace / The city in the sea / Israfel / The sleeper / Ulalume / Annabel Lee / E. Poe --
Old ironsides / The last leaf / The chambered nautilus / The living temple / Nearing the snow line / The boys / O. Holmes --
What is so rare as a day in June / The courtin' / A vision of peace / Lincoln / Virginia / To the dandelion / Hebe / She came and went / Auf wiedersehen / J. Lowell --
O captain, my captain / As toilsome I wandered Virginia's woods / When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd / W. Whitman --
Ode for decoration day / H. Peterson --
Io victis / W. Story --
Battle hymn of the republic / J. Howe --
On a bust of Dante / T. Parsons The bivouac of the dead / T. O'Hara --
Drifting / T. Read --
Music in camp / J. Thompson --
Little Giffen / F. Ticknor --
A ballad of Sir John Franklin / Dirge for a soldier / G. Boker --
Bedouin song / America / B. Taylor --
Abraham Lincoln / R. Stoddard --
The blue and the gray / F. Finch --
The vagabonds / J. Trowbridge --
A grave in Hollywood cemetery, Richmond / M. Preston --
My old Kentucky home / S. Foster --
Antony to Cleopatra / W. Lytle --
Charleston / At magnolia cemetery / H. Timrod --
A little while I fain would linger yet / The mocking bird / P. Hayne --
Kearny at seven pines / E. Stedman --
Unguarded gates / Palabras carinosas / Batuschka / T. Aldrich --
Jim Bludso of the prairie belle / J. Hay --
My Maryland / J. Randall --
The conquered banner / A. Ryan --
The confederate flag / Anonymous --
John Burns of Gettysburg / Chiquita / The aged stranger / B. Harte --
The fool's prayer / The future / Eve's daughter / E. Sill --
Christmas night in '62 / W. McCabe --
Columbus / Westward ho / J. Miller --
Song of the Chattahoochee / Tampa Robins / S. Lanier --
All quiet along the Potomac / E. Beers --
Farragut / W. Meredith --
Sherman / Great nature is an army gay / R. Gilder --
In the hospital / M. Howland --
Sesostris / L. Mifflin --
A prophecy / M. Thompson --
The high tide at Gettysburg / W. Thompson --
Tennyson / An angler's wish / The song sparrow / H. Van Dyke --
Wynken, Blynken, and Nod / Little boy blue / E. Field --
The man with the hoe / E. Markham --
The man with the hoe, a reply / J. Cheney --
Mother England / The mother who died too / E. Thomas --
The old man and Jim / Ike Walton's prayer / J. Riley --
Quivera Kansas / E. Ware --
The four winds / C. Luders --
The way to Arcady / The chaperon / H. Bunner --
On a Greek vase / On some buttercups / F. Sherman --
The wild ride / L. Guiney --
The call of the bugles / Unmanifest destiny / Love in the winds / R. Hovey --
Robert Gould Shaw / We are our father's sons / On a soldier fallen in the Philippines / W. Moody --
An international episode / C. Duer --
When the great gray ships come in / G. Carryl --
The parting of the ways / J. Gilder.
Responsibility: by Augustus White Long.

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