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Walt Whitman's America; being selections from Leaves of grass, Democratic vistas, Specimen days, and Portraits of Lincoln,

Author: Walt Whitman; James Daugherty
Publisher: Cleveland, World Pub. Co. [1964]
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Named Person: Walt Whitman; Walt Whitman
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Walt Whitman; James Daugherty
OCLC Number: 890565
Description: 110 pages color illustrations 26 cm
Contents: I hear America singing: I hear America singing --
Song of myself (excerpt) --
Song of the open road (excerpt) --
Years of the modern (excerpt) --
Song of the board-axe (excerpt) --
Cavalry crossing a ford --
When lilacs last in the door-yard bloom'd (excerpt) --
Pioneers! O pioneers! (excerpt). The American dream: Into a brotherhood, a family --
Idea of the women of America --
Prophetic vision --
Mannahatta (excerpt) --
Single new thought --
Ye powerful and resplendent ones! --
Resplendent person --
America is doing very well --
People --
Average man --
Did you, too, O friend, suppose --
Vive, the attack --
Best culture. War, 1861-1865: Sinewy with unconquerable resolution --
Battle of Bull Run, July 1861 --
Cash is not amiss --
Down at the front --
Last-needed proof of democracy --
Unnamed remains the bravest soldier --
Spiritual characters among the soldiers --
Fifty hours left wounded on the field --
Boys in the Army --
Releas'd prisoners from the South --
Three years summ'd up --
Million dead, too, summ'd up --
Real war will never get in the books. Abraham Lincoln: First time I ever saw Abraham Lincoln --
I see the President almost every day --
Such was Lincoln's face --
Inauguration and the inauguration ball --
Assassination --
But the nation is immortal.
Responsibility: by James Daugherty.

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