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The patriotic anthology,

Author: Carl Van Doren
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc., 1941.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carl Van Doren
OCLC Number: 1486273
Notes: "First edition."
Description: xxvii, 527 pages 22 cm
Contents: Columbus / Joaquin Miller --
To the Virginian Voyage / Michael Drayton --
The Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers in New England / Felicia D. Hemans --
Peter Stuyvesant's New Year's Call / Edmund Clarence Stedman --
Fort Duquesne / Florus B. Plimpton --
Privileges and Prerogatives Granted to Columbus April 30, 1492 --
The Mayflower Compact, November 11, 1620 --
The Voyage of the Mayflower / William Bradford --
John Winthrop to His Wife Paul Revere's Ride / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow --
A Ballad of the Boston Tea-Party / Oliver Wendell Holmes --
Concord Hymn / Ralph Waldo Emerson --
The Maryland Battalion / John Williamson Palmer --
Warren's Address to the American Soldiers / John Pierpont --
Molly Maguire at Monmouth / William Collins --
Lexington / Sidney Lanier --
The Swamp Fox / William Gilmore Simms --
Carmen Bellicosum / Guy Humphreys McMaster --
The Battle of the Kegs / Francis Hopkinson --
Washington / Robert Haven Schauffler --
To the Memory of the Brave Americans Under General Greene / Philip Freneau --
Ticonderoga / V.B. Wilson --
The Yankee Privateer / Arthur Hale --
Yankee Doodle / Gen. George P. Morris --
La Fayette / Dolly Madison --
Peace Hymn for England and America / George Huntington --
Washington / Lord Byron --
From Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress, Oct. 19, 1765 --
From Defensse of the Colonies' Stand on Taxation / Edmund Burke --
These Are the Times That Try Men's Souls / Thomas Paine --
The Address of Thanks to the King / William Pitt --
The First Step of Reconciliation with America / William Pitt --
Ironical Advice to Great Britain / Benjamin Franklin --
The Colonies to the Mother Country / Richard Henry Lee --
Answers to Congress on His Appointment as Commander-in-Chief / George Washington --
To Mrs. Martha Washington / George Washington --
An Appeal to Arms / Patrick Henry --
Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death / Patrick Henry --
The Declaration of Independence / Thomas Jefferson --
The Declaration of 1776 / John Quincy Adams --
John Adams to His Wife, on the Birth of the New Nation --
A Letter from Abigail Adams to Her Husband, John Adams --
From Daniel Webster's Reply to Hayne, Jan. 26, 1830 --
Sink or Swim / Daniel Webster --
To the American Troops before the Battle of Long Island / George Washington --
Capturing Ticonderoga / Ethan Allen --
From Letter of Marquis de LaFayette to George Washington --
Treaty of Peace with Great Britain, Sept. 3, 1783 --
General Washington's Resignation, Dec. 23, 1783 England and America in 1782 / Alfred Tennyson --
America to Great Britain / Washington Allston --
Britons and Guests / Edith M. Thomas --
The Flag of the Constellation / Thomas Buchanan Read --
How We Burned the Philadelphia / Barrett Eastman --
Old Ironsides / Oliver Wendell Holmes --
Perry's Victory on Lake Erie / James Gates Percival --
The Blue Hen's Chickens / Arthur Guiterman --
What Is an American? / J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur --
From Washington's Farewell Address, Sept. 17, 1796 --
Welcome of the Hebrew Congregation, New Port, Rhode Island, to George Washington / Moses Seixas --
Necessity of Union Between the States / John Jay --
Resolutions on the Death of George Washington in the House of Representatives / John Marshall --
The Father of His Country (A Funeral Oration in Honor of the Memory of George Washington) / Henry Lee --
Soliloquy in the White House / John Quincy Adams --
Supposed Answer to Talleyrand / Charles Cotesworth Pinkney --
From Thomas Jefferson's First Inaugural Address, March 4, 1801 --
Toast to Celebrate Victory Over Barbary Pirates / Stephen Decatur --
Dispatch to General Harrison After Lake Erie / O.H. Perry Tribute to America / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Boston Hymn / Ralph Waldo Emerson --
Ode / Ralph Waldo Emerson --
How Cyrus Laid the Cable / John Godfrey Saxe --
Oh! Susanna / Stephen Foster --
Daniel Boone / Arthur Guiterman --
Jim Bludso / John Hay --
The Oregon Trail / William Rose Benet --
Oregon Trail: 1851 / James Marshall --
The Kansas Emigrants / John Greenleaf Wittier --
The Founders of Ohio / William Henry Venable --
Out Where the West Begins / Arthur Chapman --
Henry Spaulding / Donald Burnie --
Eliza Spaulding / Donald Burnie --
Pioneers! O Pioneers! / Walt Whitman --
A Cleary Pioneer / Fred Crewe --
Prairie Birth / Grace Stone Coates --
The Stone Crop / Robert P. Tristram Coffin --
Johnny Appleseed / William Henry Venable --
Crossing the Plains / Joaquin Miller --
The Revenge of Rain-in-the-Face / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow --
The Defence of the Alamo / Joaquin Miller --
The Fight at San Jacinto / John Williamson Palmer --
Monterey / Charles Fenno Hoffman --
The Winning of the West / Theodore Roosevelt --
The Defense of the Alamo / William Barret Travis --
Epitaph on the Alamo --
The Covered Wagon / Jesse Applegate --
Notes on a Journey in America / Morris Birbeck --
"Our Intellectual Declaration of Independence" / Ralph Waldo Emerson --
From the Monroe Doctrine --
From Andrew Jackson's Inaugural Address --
The Death of John Adams / Philip Hone. Glory Hallelujah! Or John Brown's Body / Charles Sprague Hall --
How Old Brown Took Harper's Ferry / Edmund Clarence Stedman --
The Significance of John Brown / Stephen Vincent Benet --
Battle-Hymn of the Republic / Julia Ward Howe --
The Battle-Cry of Freedom / George Frederick Root --
Jonathan to John / James Russell Lowell --
Sumter / Henry Howard Brownell --
Fredericksburg / Thomas Bailey Aldrich --
Barbara Frietchie / John Greenleaf Whittier --
Beauregard / Mrs. C.A. Warfield --
The Cumberland / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow --
The River Fight / Henry Howard Brownell --
The Bay Fight / Henry Howard Brownell --
Scott and the Veteran / Bayard Taylor --
The Picket-Guard / Ethel Lynn Beers --
Our Country's Call / William Cullen Bryant --
Little Giffen / Francis Orrery Ticknor --
Kearny at Seven Pines / Edmund Clarence Stedman --
The Old Sergeant / Forceythe Willson --
Sheridan's Ride / Thomas Buchanan Read --
Shenandoah / Carl Sandburg --
We're Tenting Tonight / Walter Kittredge --
Marching Through Georgia / Henry Clay Work --
"How Are You, Sanitary? / Bret Harte --
Three Hundred Thousand More / James Sloan Gibbons --
Music in Camp / John R. Thompson --
The Reveille / Bret Harte --
The Bonnie Blue Flag / Annie Chambers Ketchum --
The Call to the Colors / Arthur Guiterman --
The Virginians of the Valley / Francis Orrery Ticknor --
Dixie / Daniel Decatur Emmett --
Dixie / Albert Pike --
My Maryland / James Ryder Randall --
Lee to the Rear / John R. Thompson --
Magnolia Cemetery / Henry Timrod --
The Sword of Robert Lee / Abram J. Ryan --
Lines on the Back of a Conferderate Note / Major Samuel Alroy Jonas --
Stonewall Jackson's Way / John Williamson Palmer --
Running the Batteries / Herman Melville --
Farragut / William Tuckey Meredith --
Shiloh / Herman Melville --
Gettysburg / James Jeffrey Roche --
John Burns of Gettysburg / Bret Harte --
The High Tide at Gettysburg / Will Henry Thompson --
The Conquered Banner / Abram J. Ryan --
Brother Jonathan's Lament for Sister Caroline / Oliver Wendell Holmes --
Apocalypse / Richard Realf --
Requiem / George Lunt --
The Blue and the Gray / Francis Miles Finch --
The Eagle's Song / Richard Mansfield --
Laus Deo! / John Greenleaf Whittier --
"Blow, Bugles, Blow" / John S. McGroarty --
Roll-Call / Nathaniel Graham Shepherd --
Dirge / Thomas William Parsons --
The Bivouac of the Dead / Theodore O'Hara --
Dirge for a Soldier / George Henry Boker --
Patriotism Abroad / Robert Charles Winthrop --
John Brown to the Hon. D.R. Tilden --
From Speech on the Slavery Question / John C. Calhoun --
From Inaugural Address of Jefferson Davis, Feb. 22 1862 --
Abolition / William Lloyd Garrison --
Civil War / Lucy Larcom --
General Robert E. Lee's Farewell to His Army --
Appomattox / General Ulysses S. Grant --
Message to His Soldiers / General Robert E. Lee --
Beginning the March to the Sea / William Tecumseh Sherman --
Slavery / William H. Seward --
The End of War / William Lloyd Garrison Soliloquy of Lincoln Before Manassas / StephenVincent Benet --
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd / Walt Whitman --
The Snarlers / Arthur Guiterman --
Lincoln, the Man of the People / Edwin Markham --
God Save Our President / Francis DeHaes Janvier --
The Master / Edwin Arlington Robinson --
Abraham Lincoln / Tom Taylor --
Abraham Lincoln / William Cullen Bryant --
Lincoln / John Gould Fletcher --
"O Captain! My Captain!" / Walt Whitman --
Anne Rutledge / Edgar Lee Masters --
From Springfield Speech / Abraham Lincoln --
Letter to Lincoln from Horace Greeley Urging Emancipation --
Abraham Lincoln's Letter to Horace Greeley --
Emancipation Proclamation / Abraham Lincoln --
The Gettysburg Address / Abraham Lincoln --
Lincoln's Letter to Mrs. Bixby --
From Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address --
Abraham Lincoln / James Russell Lowell --
Comment at Lincoln Funeral Service, Concord, Mass. / Ralph Waldo Emerson Ode Recited at the Harvard Commemoration / James Russell Lowell --
Custer's Last Charge / Frederick Whittaker --
An Ode in Time of Hesitation / William Vaughn Moody --
The Fighting Race / Joseph I.C. Clarke --
On a Soldier Fallen in the Philipines / William Vaughn Moody --
Unmanifest Destiny / Richard Hovey --
God, Give Us Men! / Josiah Gilbert Holland --
The Men Behind the Guns / John Jerome Rooney --
Battle-Song of the Oregon / Wallace Rice --
Centennial Hymn / John Greenleaf Whittier --
The Last Reservation / Walter Learned --
The Klondike / Edwin Arlington Robinson --
Columbia / Benjamin Harrison --
Our Country / Benjamin Harrison --
A Message to Garcia / Elbert Hubbard --
On a Certain Condescension in Foreigners / James Russell Lowell --
The Political Life of America / Carl Schurz --
Hymn of the West / Edmund Clarence Stedman --
Blood Is Thicker Than Water / Wallace Rice --
On the Building of Springfield / Vachel Lindsay --
Grover Cleveland's First Inaugural Address --
Good Citizenship / Grover Cleveland --
On the McKinley Assassination / Senator Hoer --
High of Heart / Theodore Roosvelt --
United States Colonial Policy / Elihu --
Root --
American Tradition / William G. Sumner. Abraham Licoln Walks at Midnight / Vachel Lindsay --
To the United States of America / Robert Bridges --
A Battle-Plane in France / O.C.A. Child --
There's About Two Million Fellows / Albert Jay Cook --
The Little Flag on Our House / Will Seedy (William Curtis Demorest) --
Yanks / James W. Foley --
When Johnny Comes Marching Home / Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore --
The Road to France / Daniel Henderson --
Ode to a Side Car / J.P.H. --
Rouge Bouquet / Joyce Kilmer --
The 1st Division Marches / Grantland Rice --
Songs Above the Dust / Grantland Rice --
Reveille / Louis Untermeyer --
The Need of the Hour / Edwin Markham --
I have a Rendezvous with Death / Alan Seeger --
In Flanders Fields / John McCrae --
Victory Bells / Grace Hazard Conkling --
War Against Germany / Woodrow Wilson --
"I Am an American" / Elias Lieberman America For Me / Henry Van Dyke --
The Coming American / Sam Walter Foss --
American Laughter / Kenneth Allen Robinson --
"Scum o' the Earth" / Robert Haven Schauffler --
Mare Liberum / Henry Van Dyke --
Invocation / Stephen Vincent Benet --
New York / Arthur Guiterman --
The American Dream / James Truslow Adams --
My America / John Buchan --
The Full-Fledged American / Struthers Burt --
A Proclamation / His Excellency, Wilbur L. Cross, Governor --
Flag Day, 1940 / Anonymous --
Self-Evident Truths / Burton Rascoe --
The Defense of Liberty / Rose Wilder Lane --
The American Character / George Santayana --
German-Americans / George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart --
Coolidge's Father Administraters the Presidential Oath / Claude M. Fuess --
In the Green Mountain Country / Clarence Day The Star-Spangled Banner / Francis Scott Key --
Columbia / Timothy Dwight --
Hail Columbia / Joseph Hopkinson --
National Hymn / Daniel C. Roberts --
America / Samuel Francis Smith --
America the Beautiful / Katharine Lee Bates --
America / Arlo Bates --
"Oh Mother of a Mighty Race" / William Cullen Bryant --
The Patriot Hymn / Nathan Haskell Dole --
Land That We Love / Richard Watson Gilder --
Land of the Free / Arthur Nicholas Hosking --
One Country / Frank L. Stanton --
Our Country / Julia Ward Howe --
This Is America / Katharine Janeway Conger --
Hard Rows to Hoe / Daniel Henderson --
I Hear America Singing / Walt Whitman --
The Better Way / Susan Coolidge --
Inscription on the Statue of Liberty / Emma Lazarus --
The Bartholdi Statue / John Greenleaf Whittier --
Ad Patriam / Clinton Scollard --
America / Sydney Dobell --
From the Building of the Ship / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow --
The Flag / James Jeffrey Roche --
The American Flag / Joseph Rodman Drake --
The Flag Goes By / Henry Holcomb Bennett --
Freedom / James Russell Lowell --
For You O Democracy / Walt Whitman --
Preamble to the Constitution of the United States --
Oath of Allegiance --
The National Flag / Henry Ward Beecher --
From the Meaning of the Flag / Woodrow Wilson --
The Noblest Public Virtue / Henry Clay --
From the Man Without a Country / Edward Everett Hale --
Independence Day / James Gillespie Blaine --
From Preface to 1885 Edition of "Leaves of Grass" / Walt Whitman --
The Great Melting Pot / Israel Zangwill --
The Spirit of America / Woodrow Wilson --
What America Expects of Its Youth / Mrs. J. Borden Harriman.
Responsibility: introduced by Carl Van Doren.

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