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The complete poetical works of John Greenleaf Whittier.

Author: John Greenleaf Whittier; Horace Elisha Scudder
Publisher: Boston, Houghton, Mifflin [©1895]
Series: The Cambridge edition of the poets
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Cambridge edView all editions and formats
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Collects all the verse of the Massachusetts-born poet whose humanitarianism and great popular appeal established him as an important 19th-century figure.
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Whittier, John Greenleaf, 1807-1892.
Complete poetical works of John Greenleaf Whittier.
Boston, Houghton, Mifflin [©1895]
(OCoLC)701654133
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Greenleaf Whittier; Horace Elisha Scudder
OCLC Number: 409355
Notes: Biographical sketch signed: H.E.S. [i.e. Horace E. Scudder.].
Description: xxii, 542 pages frontispiece 22 cm.
Contents: The vaudois teacher --
The female martyr --
Extract from A New England legend --
The demon of the study --
The fountain --
Pentucket --
The Norsemen --
Funeral tree of the Sokokis --
St. John --
The cypress-tree of Ceylon --
The exiles --
The Knight of St. John --
Cassandra Southwick --
The new wife and the old --
The bridal of Pennacook --
The Merrimac --
The Bashaba --
The daughter --
The wedding --
The new home --
At Pennacook --
The departure --
Song of Indian women --
Barclay of Ury --
The angels of Buena Vista --
The legend of St. Mark --
Kathleen --
The well of Loch Maree --
The Chapel of the Hermits --
Tauler --
The hermit of the Thebaid --
Maud Muller --
Mary Garvin --
The ranger --
The garrison of Cape Ann --
The gift of Tritemius --
Skipper Ireson's ride --
The Sycamores --
The pipes at Lucknow --
Telling the bees --
The swan song of Parson Avery --
The double-headed snake of Newbury --
Mabel Martin: a harvest idyl --
Proem --
The River Valley --
The husking --
The witch's daughter --
The champion --
The shadow --
The betrothal --
The prophecy of Samuel Sewall --
The Red River voyageur --
The preacher --
The truce of Piscataqua --
My playmate --
Cobbler Keezar's vision --
Amy Wentworth --
The Countess --
Among the hills --
Prelude --
Among the Hills --
The dole of Jarl Thorkell --
The two Rabbins --
Norembega --
Miriam --
Nauhaught, the Deacon --
The sisters --
Marguerite --
The robin --
The Pennsylvania Pilgrim --
Prelude --
The Pennsylvania Pilgrim --
King Volmer and Elsie --
The three bells --
John Underhill --
Conductor Bradley --
The withch of Wenham --
King solomon and the ants --
In the Old South --
The henchman --
The dead feast of the Kol-folk --
The Khan's devil --
The King's missive --
Valuation --
Rabbi Ishmael --
The rock-tomb of Bradore --
The Bay of Seven Islands --
The wishing bridge --
How the women went from Dover --
St. Gregory's guest --
Birchbrook Mill --
The two Elizabeths --
Requital --
The homestead --
How the robin came --
Banished from Massachusetts --
The brown dwarf of Rugen --
The frost spirit --
The Merrimac --
Hampton Beach --
A dream of summer --
The lakside --
Autumn thoughts --
On receiving an eagle's quill from Lake Superior --
April --
Pictures --
Summer by the lakeside --
The fruit-gift --
Flowers in winter --
The Mayflowers --
The last walk in Autumn --
The first flowers --
The olk burying-ground --
The palm-tree --
The river path --
Mountain pictures --
Franconia from the Pemigewasset --
Monadnock from Wachuset --
The vanishers --
The pageant --
The pressed gentian --
A mystery --
A sea dream --
Hazel blossoms --
Sunset on the Bearcamp --
The seeking of the waterfall --
The trailing arbutus --
St. Martin's summer --
Storm on Lake Asquam --
The summer pilgrimage --
Sweet fern --
The wood giant --
A day --
A lament --
To the memory of Charles B. Storrs --
Lines on the death of S. Oliver Torrey --
To: with a copy of Woolman's Journal --
Leggett's Monument --
To a friend, on her return from Europe --
Lucy Hooper --
Follen --
To J.P. --
Chalkley Hall --
Gone --
To Ronge --
Channing --
To my friend on the death of his sister --
Daniel Wheeler --
To Fredrika Bremer --
To Avis Keene --
The hill-top --
Elliott --
Ichabod --
The lost occasion --
To: Lines written after a summer day's excursion --
In peace --
Benedicite --
Kossuth --
To my old schoolmaster --
The cross --
The hero --
Rantoul --
William Forster --
To Charles Sumner --
Burns --
To George B. Cheever --
To James T. Fields --
The memory of Burns --
In remembrance of Joseph Sturge --
Brown of Ossawatomie --
Naples --
A memorial --
Bryant on his birthday --
Thomas Starr King --
Lines on a fly-leaf --
George L. Stearns --
Garibaldi --
To Lydia Maria Child --
The singer --
How Mary grew --
Sumner --
Thiers --
Fitz-Greene Halleck --
William Francis Bartlett --
Bayard Taylor --
Our Autocrat --
Within the gate --
In memory: James T. Fields --
Wilson --
The poet and the children --
A welcome to Lowell --
An artist of the beautiful --
Mulford --
To a Cape Ann schooner --
Samuel J. Tilden --
Eva --
A lay of old time --
A song of harvest --
Kenoza Lake --
For an Autumn festival --
The Quaker alumni --
Our river --
Revisited --
The Laurels --
June on the Merrimac --
Hymn for the opening of Thomas Starr King's house of worship --
Hymn for the house of worship ... --
Memory of a mother --
A spiritual manifestation --
Chicago --
Kinsman --
The golden wedding of Longwood --
Hymn for the opening of Plymouth Church ... --
Lexington --
The library --
I was a stranger and ye took me in --
Centennial hymn --
At school-close --
Hymn of the children --
The landmarks --
Garden --
A greeting --
Godspeed --
Winter roses --
The reunion --
Norumbega Hall --
The Bartholdi statue --
One of the signers --
Prelude --
The tent on the beach --
The wreck of Rivermouth --
The grave by the lake --
The brother of Mercy --
The changeling --
The maids of Attitash --
Kallundborg Church --
The cable hymn --
The dead ship of Harpswell --
The palatine --
Abraham Davenport --
The worship of nature --
To William Lloyd Garrison --
Toussaint L'Ouverture --
The slave-ships --
Expostulation --
Hymn: O thou, whose presence went before --
The Yankee girl --
The hunters of men --
Stanzas for the times --
Clerical oppressors --
A summons --
To the memory of Thomas Shipley --
The moral warfare --
Ritner --
The pastoral letter --
Hymn: O Holy Father, just and true --
The farewell of a Virginia slave mother --
Pennsylvania Hall --
The New Year --
The relic --
The world's convention --
Massachusetts to Virginia --
The Christian slave --
The sentence of John L. Brown --
Texas: Voice of New England --
To Faneuil Hall --
To Massachusetts --
New Hampshire --
The pine-tree --
To a southern statesman --
At Washington --
The branded hand --
The Freed Islands --
A letter --
Lines from a letter to a young clerical friend --
Daniel Neall --
Song of slaves in the desert --
To Delaware --
Yorktown --
Randolph of Roanoke --
The lost statesman --
The slaves of Martinique --
The curse of the charter-breakers --
Pæan --
The crisis --
Lines on the portrait of a celebrated publisher --
Derne --
A sabbath scene --
In the evil days --
Moloch in State Street --
Official piety --
The rendition --
Arisen at last --
The Haschish --
The Kansas emigrants --
For righteousness' sake --
Letter from a Missionary .. --
Burial of Barber --
To Pennsylvania --
Le Marais Du Cygne --
The Pass of the Sierra --
A song for the time --
What of the day --
A song, inscribed to the Fremont clubs --
The panorama --
On a prayer-book --
The summons --
To William H. Seward --
To Samuel E. Sewall and Harriet W. Sewall --
Thy will be done --
A word for the hour --
Ein feste burg ist unser Gott --
To John C. Fremont --
The watchers --
To Englishmen --
Mithridates at Chios --
At Port Royal --
Astraea at the Capitol --
The Battle Autumn of 1862 --
Hymn, sung at Christmas ... --
The proclamation --
Anniversary poem --
Barbara Frietchie --
What the birds said --
The mantle of St. John de Matha --
Laus Deo --
Hymn for the celebration of emancipation at New Buryport --
The Peace Autumn --
To the thirty-ninth congress --
The hive at Gettysburg --
Howard at Atlanta --
The emancipation group --
The Jubilee singers --
Garrison --
The Quaker of the olden time --
Democracy --
The gallows --
Seed-time and harvest --
To the reformers of England --
The Human sacrifice --
Songs of labor --
Dedication --
The shoemakers --
The fishermen --
The lumbermen --
The ship-builders --
The drovers --
The huskers --
The reformer --
The peace convention at Brussels --
The prisoner for debt --
The Christian tourists --
The men of old --
To Pius IX. Calef in Boston --
Our state --
The prisoners of Naples --
The peace of Europe --
Astræa --
The disenthralled --
The poor voter on election day --
The dream of Pio Nono --
The voices --
The new exodus --
The conquest of Finland --
The eve of election --
From Perugia --
Italy --
Freedom in Brazil --
After Election --
Disarmament --
The problem --
Our country --
On the big horn --
Memories --
Raphael --
Ego --
The pumpkin --
Forgiveness --
To my sister --
My thanks --
Remembrance --
My namesake --
A memory --
My dream --
The barefoot boy --
My Psalm --
The waiting --
Snow-bound --
My triumph --
In school-days --
My birthday --
Red riding-hood --
Response --
At evening eventide --
Voyage of the Jettie --
My trust --
A name --
Greeting --
An autograph --
Abram Morrison --
A legacy --
The star of Bethlehem --
The cities of the Plain --
The call of the Christian --
The crucifixion --
Palestine --
Encore un hymne --
Le cri de l'ame Familist's hymn --
Ezekiel --
What the voice said --
The angel of patience --
The wife of Manoah to her husband --
My soul and I --
Worship --
The Holy Land --
The reward --
The wish of to-day --
All's well --
Invocation --
Questions of life --
First-day thoughts --
Trust --
Trinitas --
The sisters --
"The Rock" in El Ghor --
The over-heart --
The shadow and the light --
The cry of a lost soul --
Andrew Rykman's prayer --
The answer --
The eternal goodness --
The common question --
Our master --
The meeting --
The clear vision --
Divine compassion --
The prayer-seeker --
The brewing of Soma --
A woman --
The prayer of Agassiz --
In quest --
The friend's burial --
A Christmas Carmen --
Vesta --
Child-songs --
The healer --
The two angels --
Overruled --
Hymn of the dunkers --
Giving and taking --
The vision of Echard --
On a sun-dial --
On a fountain --
The minister's daughter --
By their works --
The word --
The book --
Requirement --
Help --
Utterance --
The inward judge --
Laying up treasure --
Conduct --
An Easter flower gift --
The mystic's Christmas --
At last --
What the traveller said at sunset --
"The story of Ida" --
The light that is felt --
The two loves --
Adjustment --
Hymns of the Brahmo Somaj --
Revelation --
To E.C.S. --
The Christmas of 1888 --
The vow of Washington --
The captain's well --
An outdoor reception --
R.S.S. at Deer Island on the Merrimac --
Burning drift-wood --
O.W. Holmes on his eightieth birthday --
James Russell Lowell --
Haverhill --
To G.G.: an autograph --
Inscription --
Lydia H. Sigourney --
Milton --
The birthday wreath --
The wind of March --
Between the gates --
The last eve of summer --
To Oliver Wendell Holmes --
The dream of Argyle --
Lines, written on the departure of Joseph Sturge --
John Quincy Adams --
Dr. Kane in Cuba --
Lady Franklin --
Night and death --
The meeting waters --
The wedding veil --
Charity --
The exile's departure --
The deity --
The vale of the Merrimac --
Benevolence --
Ocean --
The Sicilian vespers --
The spirit of the north --
The earthquake --
Judith at the tent of Holofernes --
Metacom --
Mount Agiochook --
The drunkard to his bottle --
The fair Quakeress --
Bolivar --
Isabella of Austria --
The fratricide --
Isabel --
Stanzas --
Megg Megone --
The past and coming year --
The missionary --
Evening in Burmah --
Massachusetts --
The home-coming of the bride --
The song of the Veermonters, 1779 --
To a poetical trio in the city of Gotham --
Album verses --
What State Street said to South Carolina, and what South Carolina said to State Street --
A Fremont campaign song --
The Quakers are out --
A legend of the lake --
Letter to Lucy Larcom --
Lines on leaving Appledore --
Mrs. Choate's house-warming --
An autograph --
To Lucy Larcom --
A farewell --
On a fly-leaf of Longfellow's poems --
Samuel E. Sewall --
Lines written in an album --
A day's journey --
A fragment.
Series Title: The Cambridge edition of the poets

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