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Pro patria,

by Florence Earle Coates

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Pro Patria (1917) by Florence Earle Coates   (2009-06-10)


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Pro Patria, penned by Philadelphia poet Florence Earle Coates (1850-1927), is a 16-page pamphlet of war verse written in support of American involvement in World War One. The pamphlet includes seven poems by the author, as well as two excerpts from the Address of President Woodrow Wilson to the Congress of the United States delivered on 2 April 1917. The pamphlet was published privately by the author in Philadelphia in 1917. An original copy of this pamphlet, held by the Library of Congress, includes an inscription by the author to President Woodrow Wilson.

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