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Stedman and Hutchinson, comps. A Library of American Literature:
An Anthology in Eleven Volumes. 1891.


Vols. VI–VIII. Literature of the Republic, Part III., 1835–1860

George Bancroft. 1800–1891. American Liberty Enlightening the World
The Acadian Exiles
George the Third
The Battle of Lexington
Fort Moultrie
Europe and America at the Time of Washington’s Inauguration
Amos Bronson Alcott. 1799–1888. The Orchard
Sweet Herbs
Sonnets of Character
Emerson the Rhapsodist
George Wood. 1799–1870. On Jordan’s Stormy Banks
Francis Lieber. 1800–1872. Vox Populi Vox Dei
Caleb Cushing. 1800–1879. The Nation’s Progress
John Todd. 1800–1873. Old-Fashioned Talk on the Woman Question
John Brown. 1800–1859. His Address to the Court, before Sentence
Letters Written from Jail in the Week before his Execution
Thomas Francis Marshall. 1801–1864. The Temperance Pledge
William Henry Seward. 1801–1872. The Higher Law
Welcome to Louis Kossuth
Characteristics of John Quincy Adams
The Irrepressible Conflict
A Forecast of Peace and Reunion
Caroline Matilda Stansbury Kirkland. 1801–1864. Borrowing in a New Settlement
Theodore Dwight Woolsey. 1801–1889. Our Nationality, as the Outgrowth of the Colonial System
Socialism the Path to a Despotic Government
Robert John Walker. 1801–1869. The American Homestead Privilege
George Perkins Marsh. 1801–1882. The Dramatic Diction of Shakespeare and his Time
John Augustus Stone. 1801–1834. The Council Scene in “Metamora
The Death of Metamora
Robert Dale Owen. 1801–1877. The Rescue
George Pope Morris. 1802–1864. Woodman, Spare that Tree!
Near the Lake
Jeannie Marsh
Lydia Maria Child. 1802–1880. Poor Chloe
Mark Hopkins. 1802–1887. Limits of Liberality in Religious Belief
Leonard Bacon. 1802–1881. What and Who were the Puritans?
Tayler Lewis. 1802–1877. The March of Theory
Horace Bushnell. 1802–1876. Native Quality Essential to the Greatness of a People
The Sturdy Homespun Worship
Edward Coate Pinkney. 1802–1828. A Health
A Serenade
George Ripley. 1802–1880. The Great French Critic
A Champion of Free Thought
Charles Wentworth Upham. 1802–1875. The Victims of Salem
George Denison Prentice. 1802–1870. Lines to a Lady
To the Daughter of an Old Sweetheart
William Leggett. 1801–1839. The Main Truck, or, a Leap for Life
Break the Federal Compact!
Albert Gorton Greene. 1802–1868. The Baron’s Last Banquet
Old Grimes
Josiah Quincy. 1802–1882. Some Figures of the Past
Ralph Waldo Emerson. 1803–1882. The Problem
From Nature
The Rhodora
From “Woodnotes
The Humble-Bee
The Snow-storm
Books and Reading
The Poet
Fortune of the Republic
Concord Hymn
Emerson to Carlyle
George Lunt. 1803–1885. Requiem
Sub Rosa
Robert Montgomery Bird. 1806–1854. The Avenger
Orestes Augustus Brownson. 1803–1876. Some Practical Democracy
George Henry Calvert. 1803–1889. The True Gentleman
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 1804–1864. Young Goodman Brown
The Revelation of the Scarlet Letter
A Modern Arcadia
A Night with Judge Pyncheon
The Faun’s Transformation
Sarah Helen Power Whitman. 1803–1878. The Portrait
The Shadow-Land of Poe
William Croswell. 1804–1851. The Clouds
Charles Frederick Briggs. 1804–1877. Peter Funk’s Revenge
William Lloyd Garrison. 1805–1879. The Key-Note of Abolition
Declaration of Sentiments
For mine Eyes have seen Thy Salvation
His Withdrawal from the Anti-Slavery Society, and Plea for its Dissolution
George Washington Bethune. 1805–1862. It is not Death to Die
Frederic Henry Hedge. 1805–1890. The Human Soul
John Stevens Cabot Abbott. 1805–1877. Borodino
Wilson Flagg. 1805–1884. Autumn Woods
Charles Étienne Arthur Gayarré. 1805–1895. A Missionary Priest
The Tree of the Dead
The Battle of New Orleans
The South’s First Crop of Sugar
A Plantation of the Old Régime
John Lloyd Stephens. 1805–1852. An Ancient Well
Nathaniel Parker Willis. 1806–1867. Unseen Spirits
At Lady Blessington’s
A Breakfast with Elia
When Tom Moore Sang
André’s Bequest to Washington
William Gilmore Simms. 1806–1870. A Woman’s Courage
The Lost Pleiad
The Burden of the Desert
Song in March
Elizabeth Oakes Smith. 1806–1893. The Drowned Mariner
Charles Fenno Hoffman. 1806–1884. Monterey
The Mint Julep
Matthew Fontaine Maury. 1806–1873. The Southern Sky
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. 1807–1882. The Skeleton in Armor
The Village Blacksmith
The Fountain of Oblivion
Rain in Summer
Scenes from “Evangeline
The Republic
Sir Humphrey Gilbert
A National Literature
From “Hiawatha
From “The Courtship of Miles Standish
The Warden of the Cinque Ports
The Two Angels
My Lost Youth
The Wraith of Odin
The Cumberland
The Bells of Lynn
Lady Wentworth
The Ballad of the French Fleet
The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls
George Fitzhugh. 1806–1881. A Frank Pro-Slavery Argument
Richard Hildreth. 1807–1865. Jefferson
Theodore Sedgwick Fay. 1807–1898. A German Fire-Eater
Ralph Hoyt. 1806–1878. Old
Henry William Herbert. 1807–1858. Come Back
A Good Feed, duly Defended
Cornelius Conway Felton. 1807–1862. The Life of Greece
George Barrell Cheever. 1807–1890. Deacon Giles’s Distillery
Charles Francis Adams, Sr. 1807–1886. Citizen Genest and Neutrality
John Greenleaf Whittier. 1807–1892. The New Wife and the Old
The Farewell of a Virginia Slave Mother to her Daughters sold into Southern Bondage
Barclay of Ury
The Fair Rebecca Rawson and her Two Lovers
The Barefoot Boy
Maud Muller
Skipper Ireson’s Ride
Telling the Bees
Barbara Frietchle
From “Snow-Bound
The Changeling
In School-Days
Centennial Hymn
An Autograph
Edmund Quincy. 1808–1877. An Old House in Boston
Salmon Portland Chase. 1808–1873. An Appeal to the Higher Law
Samuel Francis Smith. 1808–1895. America
George Stillman Hillard. 1808–1879. First Impressions of Venice
The Colosseum
William Davis Gallagher. 1808–1894. The Revellers
The Brown Thrush
Ray Palmer. 1808–1887. Faith
The Crown
Henry Reed. 1808–1854. Prose as a Means of Expression
Frederick William Thomas. 1806–1866. Song: ‘’Tis said that absence conquers love!’
Seargent Smith Prentiss. 1808–1850. The Sons of New England
Jefferson Davis. 1808–1889. On Leaving the Senate
Inaugural at Montgomery, Ala., 18 February, 1861
A Statement of Position and Feelings
Henry Giles. 1809–1882. Don Quixote, the Ideal of Knighthood
Park Benjamin. 1809–1864. A Great Name
The Patriot Traveller in Foreign Lands
Example of George Peabody
The Great Procession of American History
The Washington Needle
Edgar Allan Poe. 1809–1849. To Helen
The Raven
The Fall of the House of Usher
To One in Paradise
The Cask of Amontillado
The City in the Sea
The Poetic Principle
The Tale-Writer and his Art
Annabel Lee
Abraham Lincoln. 1809–1865. North and South in 1860
Original Policy of the Administration
Proclamation of Emancipation
At Gettysburg
The Four Years
Albert Pike. 1809–1891. To the Mocking-Bird
The Widowed Heart
Every Year
Brantz Mayer. 1809–1879. Inland African Scenery
Joseph Glover Baldwin. 1815–1864. The Old-Time Virginian in a New Country
Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard. 1809–1889. Utility of Scientific Research
A Prophetic Warning
Frances Anne Kemble. 1809–1893. A First Appearance
Oliver Johnson. 1809–1889. The Garrisonian Point of View
Elizabeth (Lloyd) Howell. 1811–1896. Milton’s Prayer of Patience
Benjamin Peirce. 1809–1880. Evolution the Method of an Omnipresent Deity
Louisa Susanna Cheves McCord. 1810–1879. A Difference in Kind
James Aldrich. 1810–1856. A Death-Bed
Theodore Parker. 1810–1860. The Real Church
Intuitions of Immortality
Eternal Justice the Ultimate Court of Appeal
The Higher Good
Margaret Fuller. 1810–1850. Men and Women
The True Criticism
Willis Gaylord Clark. 1808–1841. A Witch Song
Elizabeth Clementine Kinney. 1810–1889. To an Italian Beggar-Boy
Ormsby MacKnight Mitchel. 1810?–1862. The Lesson of the Solid Earth
An Adventure Spoiled
Robert Toombs. 1810–1885. The Five Stipulations of the South
Edmund Hamilton Sears. 1810–1876. Christmas Song
Oliver Wendell Holmes. 1809–1894. Old Ironsides
La Grisette
The Last Leaf
On Lending a Punch-Bowl
The Sprowle Party
The Chambered Nautilus
The Living Temple
Dorothy Q.
New England’s Gentle Iconoclast
The Strong Heroic Line
James Henry Hammond. 1807–1864. The Patriarchal System vs. White Slavery
Albert Taylor Bledsoe. 1809–1877. Predicting the Consequences of Abolition
Elihu Burritt. 1810–1879. A Learned Blacksmith
Mary Traill Spence Lowell Putnam. 1810–1898. African Preachers
James Freeman Clarke. 1810–1888. The Belief in God
William Henry Channing. 1810–1884. Margaret Fuller
Cassius Marcellus Clay. 1810–1903. Abraham Lincoln
Robert Taylor Conrad. 1810–1858. The Death of Jack Cade
Robert Hinckley Messinger. 1811–1874. A Winter Wish
Wendell Phillips. 1811–1884. The Wisdom of Ancient Days
Under the Flag
A Hero of the Black Race
Charles Sumner. 1811–1874. The Crime Against Kansas
The Effect of Slave Ownership
Equal Rights the Sole Basis of Union
A Victor’s Magnanimity
Horace Greeley. 1811–1872. The Tribune
Dependent Journalism
The Prayer of Twenty Millions
The Appeal for Emancipation Renewed
Relative to the Bailing of Jefferson Davis
The Farmer’s Future
Social Reform
Marriage and Divorce
Literature as a Vocation
Frances Miriam Whitcher. 1814–1852. Hezekiah Bedott’s Opinion
George Washington Greene. 1811–1883. With Cole, the Painter, at Rome
Henry James, Sr. 1811–1882. Our Existing Civilization
Noah Porter. 1811–1892. Religious Books
The New and the Old Commandment
The Christian College
William Ingraham Kip. 1811–1893. Our Venerable Liturgy
Personal Appearance of Our Lord
Andrew Preston Peabody. 1811–1893. Fair Harvard Sixty Years Ago
Alfred Billings Street. 1811–1881. The Loon
Delia Bacon. 1811–1859. Her Initiation of the Shakespeare-Bacon Controversy
John William Draper. 1811–1882. The Organization of Public Intellect
The American Democracy
Frances Sargent Osgood. 1811–1850. A Dancing Girl
Song: ‘Your heart is a music-box
He May Go—If He Can
Bois Ton Sang, Beaumanoir!”
Her Last Verses
Harriet Beecher Stowe. 1811–1896. Eliza’s Flight
The Other World
The Minister’s Housekeeper
Stephen Pearl Andrews. 1812–1886. A Science of the Universe
Thomas Gold Appleton. 1812–1884. The Colossi
George Ticknor Curtis. 1812–1894. Man’s Two Existences
Henry Wilson. 1812–1875. Secretary Stanton
Alexander Hamilton Stephens. 1812–1883. The Corner-Stone of the Confederacy
William Starbuck Mayo. 1812–1895. A Struggle in the Forest
William H. Burleigh. 1812–1871. The Harvest-Call
Sarah Roberts. 1812–1869. The Voice of the Grass
Samuel Osgood. 1812–1880. Hours of Sleep and Hours of Study
William Tappan Thompson. 1812–1882. A Proposal of Marriage
Samuel Irenæus Prime. 1812–1885. Explaining Away the Gospel
Abraham Coles. 1813–1891. The “Dies Iræ
Dies Iræ
Benson John Lossing. 1813–1891. Old-Time Life in Albany
John Charles Frémont. 1813–1890. The First Exploration of the Great Salt Lake
On Recrossing the Rocky Mountains in Winter after Many Years
Noted Sayings Part II
Samuel Ward. 1814–1884. A Proem
Ann Sophia Stephens. 1810–1886. Queen Esther’s Rock
Stephen Arnold Douglas. 1813–1861. His Country First
Henry Ward Beecher. 1813–1887. The Battle Set in Array
Defence of the North
On the Death of Lincoln
Sounding the Timbrel
The Sparks of Nature
Concerning Future Punishment
Belief in God a Matter of Intuition
The “Sacredness” of the Bible
Evolution and Immortality
Jones Very. 1813–1880. Yourself
The Dead
The Silent
Cyrus Augustus Bartol. 1813–1900. Father Taylor: A Man of Genius
Christopher Pearse Cranch. 1813–1892. Stanzas
The Bobolinks
If Death be Final
Henry Theodore Tuckerman. 1813–1871. The First American Novelist
Newspaper Reading—Its Use and Abuse
Joel Tyler Headley. 1813–1897. Cheney’s Adventures
Epes Sargent. 1813–1880. A Life on the Ocean Wave
To David Friedrich Strauss
John Sullivan Dwight. 1813–1893. A Definition of Music
Sylvester Judd. 1813–1853. A Child’s Sunday a Hundred Years Ago
Charles Timothy Brooks. 1813–1883. The Voice of the Pine
Henry Whitney Bellows. 1814–1882. Mistake of the Religious Classes in their Treatment of the Stage
Channing as a Preacher
Francis Alexander Durivage. 1814–1881. Chez Brébant
John Lothrop Motley. 1814–1877. His Project for a Great History
Portraits of Charles and Philip
The Fall of Antwerp
William the Silent
Henry Norman Hudson. 1814–1886. The Vision of a Great Poet
Benjamin Penhallow Shillaber. 1814–1890. Some of Mrs. Partington’s Opinions
Richard Henry Dana, Jr. 1815–1882. A Flogging at Sea
Cracking on for Home
Elizabeth Hussey Whittier. 1815–1864. The Wedding Veil
Charles Edwards Lester. 1815–1890. John Thorogood, Dissenter
Rufus Wilmot Griswold. 1815–1857. The Genius and Character of Poe
Thomas Bangs Thorpe. 1815–1878. The Bee-Hunter
Johnson J. Hooper. 1815–1862. Taking the Census
Andrew Jackson Downing. 1815–1852. Distinctive Features of the Beautiful and the Picturesque
Philip Pendleton Cooke. 1816–1850. Florence Vane
Abel Stevens. 1815–1897. A Light of Methodism
Charles Gamage Eastman. 1816–1860. A Picture
Lewis William Mansfield. 1816–1898. Singing “China
Richard Burleigh Kimball. 1816–1892. Sturm und Drang
A Surprise for the Rector
James Thomas Fields. 1817–1881. Common Sense
Glances at Thackeray
Robert Traill Spence Lowell. 1816–1891. The Brave Old Ship, the Orient
Parke Godwin. 1816–1904. The Dramatic Art
Evert Augustus Duyckinck. 1816–1878. Washington Irving
Elizabeth Cady Stanton. 1816–1902. A Plea for Woman Suffrage
John Godfrey Saxe. 1816–1887. The Way of the World
The Briefless Barrister
Henry David Thoreau. 1817–1862. Spring Beside Walden
The Fisher’s Boy
The Wellfleet Oysterman
John Jay. 1817–1894. Happy Results from a Policy of Justice
John Ross Browne. 1821–1875. The History of My Horse, Saladin
John Bigelow. 1817–1911. The Third-Term Question
Defence of the Character of Franklin
On the Return to Power of the Democratic Party
Horace Binney Wallace. 1817–1852. Why Sculpture Reached Perfection with the Greeks
Cornelius Mathews. 1817–1889. The Fate of Behemoth
The Poet
Roswell Dwight Hitchcock. 1817–1887. His View of Communism
Emily Chubbuck Judson (Fanny Forrester). 1817–1854. Watching
My Bird
Frederick Douglass. c. 1818–1895. The Bitterest Dregs
Susan Warner. 1819–1885. How Fleda’s Little Bible Returned to Her
Henry Drisler. 1818–1897. A Famous Classical Teacher
Arthur Cleveland Coxe. 1818–1896. The Old Abbeys
The Chimes of England
The Heart’s Song
Vincenzo Botta. 1818–1894. Cavour the Statesman
Thomas Hill. 1818–1891. The Bobolink
John Weiss. 1818–1879. Humor
William Ellery Channing. 1818–1901. From “A Poet’s Hope
Sonnet: ‘Men change,—that heaven above not more
Henry Peterson. 1818–1891. Lyon
James Jackson Jarves. 1818–1888. The Advantages of Art in America
Frederick Swartwout Cozzens. 1818–1869. Mr. Sparrowgrass’s Country Pleasures
A Leaf from Life
Josh Billings (Henry Wheeler Shaw). 1818–1885. Josh Billings’s Advertisement
William Maxwell Evarts. 1818–1901. The Presiding Chief-Justice at the Trial of President Johnson
Thomas William Parsons. 1819–1892. The Last Gentian
Guido’s Aurora
On a Bust of Dante
Dirge for One Who Fell in Battle
In Saint Joseph’s
Paradisi Gloria
Edwin Percy Whipple. 1819–1886. The Shakespearian World
The Judicious Hooker
Theodore Parker
Webster as a Master of English Style
William Ross Wallace. 1819–1881. Of Thine Own Country Sing
William Wilberforce Lord. 1819–1907. On the Defeat of a Great Man
Isaac Mayer Wise. 1819–1900. An Hebraic View of Genius
Thomas Dunn English. 1819–1902. The Ballad of the Colors
Philip Schaff. 1819–1893. The American Idea of Religious Freedom
James Russell Lowell. 1819–1891. Hebe
To the Dandelion
The Birch-Tree
She Came and Went
From “The Vision of Sir Launfal
What Mr. Robinson Thinks
The Pious Editor’s Creed
The Courtin
Mr. Hosea Biglow to the Editor of the Atlantic Monthly
Shakespeare and his Style
On a Certain Condescension in Foreigners
The First Snow-Fall
For an Autograph
After the Burial
In the Twilight
Abraham Lincoln
In Defence of the Study of Greek
The Argument for a Reform Party
In a Copy of Omar Khayyám
Epigrams: With a Pair of Gloves Lost in a Wager
Epigrams: Sixty-Eighth Birthday
Charles Anderson Dana. 1819–1897. Greeley as a Journalist
Via Sacra
Roscoe Conkling
William Wetmore Story. 1819–1895. Cleopatra
The Roman Campagna
Praxiteles and Phryne
Harriet Winslow Sewall. 1819–1889. Why Thus Longing?
Herman Melville. 1819–1891. The Bell-Tower
The Stone Fleet
Sheridan at Cedar Creek
In the Prison Pen
Josiah Gilbert Holland. 1819–1881. Interludes from “Bitter-Sweet
Daniel Gray
The Rev. Peter Mullens
A Christmas Carol
Julia Ward Howe. 1819–1910. Our Orders
Battle-Hymn of the Republic
The Telegrams
Amanda’s Inventory
Samuel Longfellow. 1819–1892. The Church Universal
George W. Dewey. 1818–1896. Blind Louise
Henry Augustus Wise. 1819–1869. The Mouse in the Pirate’s Cage
Robert Carter. 1819–1879. A Roland for an Oliver
Walt Whitman. 1819–1892. Inscriptions
Starting from Paumanok
From the “Song of Myself”: Leaves of Grass
    In All, Myself
    The Large Hearts of Heroes
    And Still I Mount and Mount
Youth, Day, Old Age and Night
From “Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking
To the Man-of-War Bird
Ethiopia Saluting the Colors
O Captain! My Captain!
Old Ireland
Behold a Woman!
Spirit that Form’d this Scene
O Vast Rondure!
Whispers of Heavenly Death
Joy, Shipmate, Joy!
Henry Jarvis Raymond. 1820–1869. Motives and Objects of the Disunion Movement
Elisha Kent Kane. 1820–1857. Lost in the Ice
Anne Charlotte Lynch Botta. 1815–1891. Largess
Christian Nestell Bovee. 1820–1904. Some Thoughts Worth Thinking
Anson Davies Fitz Randolph. 1820–1896. Hopefully Waiting
Susan Brownell Anthony. 1820–1906. The Negro but not Woman
Alice Cary. 1820–1871. The Gray Swan
Easter Bridal Song
At Uncle Christopher’s
Anne Whitney. 1821–1915. Bertha
Albert Mathews. 1820–1903. Honor
William Greenough Thayer Shedd. 1820–1894. The Foundation of Literary Style
Charles Astor Bristed. 1820–1874. A Cambridge Boat-Race
Augustus Rodney Macdonough. 1820–1907. A Magdalen of the Dresden Gallery
Theodore O’Hara. 1820–1867. The Bivouac of the Dead
William Tecumseh Sherman. 1820–1891. Beginning the March to the Sea
At the Front
Henry Howard Brownell. 1820–1872. Down!
Let Us Alone
The Sphinx
Ephraim George Squier. 1821–1888. The Chase on the Lagoon
Maria (White) Lowell. 1821–1853. The Morning-Glory
Amelia B. Welby. 1819–1852. Twilight at Sea
Richard Salter Storrs. 1821–1900. The Scholar’s Courage
James Hadley. 1821–1872. English Orthography
Charles Taber Congdon. 1821–1891. Alice
Twelve Little Dirty Questions
James Hammond Trumbull. 1821–1897. The Origin of M’Fingal
Ulysses Simpson Grant. 1822–1885. At Vicksburg
The End at Appomattox
Samuel Wilkeson. 1817–1889. An Hour and Forty Minutes
Richard Grant White. 1822–1885. Shakespeare the Dramatist
War in the Land of Uncle Sam
The Englishman’s Typical American
Edward Livingston Youmans. 1821–1887. A Terse Statement of the Doctrine of Forces
James Elliot Cabot. 1821–1903. Emerson in His Study
George Shepard Burleigh. 1821–1903. Mother Margary
Henry Martyn Field. 1822–1907. Travelling on the Desert
Octavius Brooks Frothingham. 1822–1895. The Transcendentalist
The Spirit of the New Faith
Thomas Buchanan Read. 1822–1872. Drifting
Sheridan’s Ride
The Closing Scene
Donald Grant Mitchell (Ik Marvel). 1822–1908. Of Books and Berries
A Morning at La Roquette
Benjamin Franklin Taylor. 1819–1887. October
Bunker Hill
Edward Everett Hale. 1822–1909. The Man Without a Country
Samuel Johnson. 1822–1882. The City of God
Frederick Law Olmsted. 1822–1903. Southern Manners and Slavery
James Parton. 1822–1891. The Second Marriage of Aaron Burr
The Apotheosis of Voltaire
Erastus Wolcott Ellsworth. 1822–1902. The Mayflower
Cornelius George Fenner. 1822–1847. Gulf-Weed
Abram Stevens Hewitt. 1822–1903. The Equitable Distribution of Wealth
Richard Malcolm Johnston. 1822–1898. Historic Doubts of Riley Hood
Francis Orrery Ticknor. 1822–1874. The Virginians of the Valley
Little Giffen
William Rounseville Alger. 1822–1905. All Is Each, and Each Is All
The Solitude of Occupation
Michael Heilprin. 1823–1888. Authorship of the Psalms
Sarah Jane Lippincott (Grace Greenwood). 1823–1904. Choose
Francis Parkman. 1823–1893. New England and New France
The Vengeance of Dominique de Gourgues
The Coureurs-de-Bois
The Heights of Abraham
George Henry Boker. 1823–1890. Paolo and Francesca
To England
To America
Ballad: ‘There was a gay maiden
The Black Regiment
Dirge for a Soldier
David Atwood Wasson. 1823–1887. Ideals
Thomas Wentworth Higginson. 1823–1911. American Literature
That Drop of Nervous Fluid
Hebe Turned to Magdalen
The Monarch of Dreams
Since Cleopatra Died
A Song of Days
Every Woman’s Right
Waiting for the Bugle
Elizabeth Drew Barstow Stoddard. 1823–1902. Mercedes
A Summer Night
A Wreck on the White Flat
On the Campagna
John Randolph Thompson. 1823–1873. Ashby
Music in Camp
James Matthews Legaré. 1823–1859. To a Lily
Robert Collyer. 1823–1912. Under the Snow
James Roberts Gilmore. 1822–1903. John Jordan, the Scout
Augustine Joseph Hickey Duganne. 1823–1884. Bethel
George Horatio Derby. 1823–1861. Musical Review Extraordinary
Edward Pollock. 1823–1858. Olivia
Charles Carleton Coffin. 1823–1896. An American Colonel
Caroline Atherton Mason. 1823–1890. Reconciliation
William Morris Hunt. 1824–1879. With Brush in Hand
John Foster Kirk. 1824–1904. To the Credit of My Lord of Burgundy
Annie Chambers Ketchum. 1824–1904. Sea-Weeds
Thomas Starr King. 1824–1864. The Business and Glory of Eternity
George William Curtis. 1824–1892. The New Livery
Spring Song
Our Cousin the Curate
Egyptian Serenade
Wendell Phillips
Ebb and Flow
Charles Godfrey Leland. 1824–1903. The Two Friends
At Ease with the Romanys
Hans Breitmann’s Barty
Samuel Sullivan Cox. 1824–1889. In the Streets of Pera
John Gilmary Shea. 1824–1892. A Spanish-American Epic
Adeline Dutton Train Whitney. 1824–1906. Sunlight and Starlight
A Violet
Alexander Winchell. 1824–1891. The Mammoth
William Cowper Prime. 1825–1905. Evening on Follansbee
Bayard Taylor. 1825–1878. A Woman
Bedouin Song
The Song of the Camp
The Quaker Widow
The Grottoes of Capri
The Combat of Lars and Per
Opening Scene of “Prince Deukalion
Francis James Child. 1825–1896. Edmund Spenser
Richard Henry Stoddard. 1825–1903. The Flight of Youth
The Divan
The Sky Is a Drinking-Cup
The Shadow
Abraham Lincoln
William Shakespeare
Wandering Along a Waste
An Old Song Reversed
Henry Charles Lea. 1825–1909. A Spiritual Despotism
Civil Law and the Inquisition
De Profundis
Julia C. R. Dorr. 1825–1913. Martha
With a Rose from Conway Castle
Joseph Brownlee Brown. 1824–1888. Thalatta! Thalatta!
William Mumford Baker. 1825–1883. A Southerner on South Carolina
In a Southern Village in ’64
Margaret Junkin Preston. 1820–1897. The Hero of the Commune
A Grave in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond
Lady Yeardley’s Guest
There’ll Come a Day
William Allen Butler. 1825–1902. Uhland
John Williamson Palmer. 1825–1906. Stonewall Jackson’s Way
For Charlie’s Sake
Samuel Bowles. 1826–1878. A Man’s Faith
Negro Hymns and Songs: Spirituals Roll, Jordan, Roll
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
In de Mornin
Bright Sparkles in de Churchyard
O’er de Crossin
Lay dis Body Down
Stars Begin to Fall
In dat Great Gittin’-Up Mornin
Negro Hymns and Songs: Miscellaneous Savannah Firemen’s Song
Boat Song
Away Down in Sunbury
Charleston Gals
Many Thousand Go
George Brinton McClellan. 1826–1885. Foreigners in the Northern Army
Caroline Frances Orne. 1818–1905. The Letter of Marque
John William De Forest. 1826–1906. A Southerner of the Old School
Horatio Nelson Powers. 1826–1890. My Walk to Church
Walter Mitchell. 1826–1908. Tacking Ship Off Shore
Stephen Collins Foster. 1826–1864. Old Folks at Home
Massa’s in de Cold Ground
Nelly Bly
My Old Kentucky Home, Good-Night
Leonard Kip. 1826–1906. The Story of a Fortune
Coates Kinney. 1826–1904. Pessim
Lucy Larcom. 1826–1893. Climbing to Rest
Charles Eliot Norton. 1827–1908. Cathedral-Building
The First Stages of Dante’s Genius, Exhibited in the “Vita Nuova
William Haines Lytle. 1826–1863. Antony to Cleopatra
Lewis Wallace. 1827–1905. The Chariot Race
Rose Terry Cooke. 1827–1892. Blue-Beard’s Closet
Done For
The Deacon’s Week
Segovia and Madrid
William Dwight Whitney. 1827–1894. How Shall We Spell?
Francis Miles Finch. 1827–1907. The Blue and the Gray
Storm—The King
George Park Fisher. 1827–1909. Modern Belief and Doubt
Gustav Gottheil. 1827–1903. Jewish Reserve
John Townsend Trowbridge. 1827–1916. The Vagabonds
The Fugitive Slave in the North
Evening at the Farm
Anonymous Popular Songs and Ballads of the Civil War: Northern I: Union Army Chorus
James Sloan Gibbons. 1810–1892.     Three Hundred Thousand More
Ethelinda Elliott Beers (Ethel Lynn). 1827–1879.     All Quiet Along the Potomac
Charles Dawson Shanly. 1811–1875.     The Fancy Shot
George Frederick Root. 1820–1895.     The Battle Cry of Freedom
Albert Pike. 1809–1891. Popular Songs and Ballads of the Civil War: Southern: Dixie
Anonymous     “Call All
Anonymous     Rebels
Harry Macarthy. 1834–1888.     The Bonnie Blue Flag
John Williamson Palmer. 1825–1906.     “The Brigade Must Not Know, Sir!”
Charles Carroll Sawyer. b. 1833. Popular Songs and Ballads of the Civil War: Northern II: When Johnny Comes Marching Home
Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore. 1829–1892.     When Johnny Comes Marching Home
John Bascom. 1827–1911. The Popular Press
Edward Atkinson. 1827–1905. The Basis of Prosperity for the New South
David Ames Wells. 1828–1898. The Old and the New Ideas in Taxation
William James Stillman. 1828–1901. John Ruskin
George William Bagby. 1828–1883. Jud. Brownin’s Account of Rubinstein’s Playing
Fitz-James O’Brien. 1828–1862. The Skaters
From “The Diamond Lens
The Challenge
Roger Atkinson Pryor. 1828–1919. The South Loyal
Oliver Bell Bunce. 1828–1890. Men and Women at Home
George Perry. 1828–1888. Siva, Destroyer
Hiram Corson. 1828–1911. Spirituality a Test of Literature
Henry Timrod. 1828–1867. The Cotton Boll
Hinton Rowan Helper. 1829–1909. A Southerner on Southern Literature Before the War
Martha Joanna Lamb. 1829–1893. An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving
Charles Graham Halpine. 1829–1868. The Thousand and Thirty-Seven
Sambo’s Right to be Kilt
Philander Deming. 1829–1915. Tompkins
Guy Humphrey McMaster. 1829–1887. Carmen Bellicosum
Carl Schurz. 1829–1906. Clay
Silas Weir Mitchell. 1829–1914. With a Decanter of Madeira
The “Hot Corner
Murat Halstead. 1829–1908. To the Young Man at the Door
Charles Dudley Warner. 1829–1900. What I Know About Gardening
The Scholar’s Mission
A Mountain Tragedy
American Possibilities
James Gillespie Blaine. 1830–1893. President Johnson and Reconstruction
Paul Hamilton Hayne. 1830–1886. Vicksburg
A Dream of the South Winds
Love’s Autumn
Fate, or God?
A Little While I Fain Would Linger Yet
In Harbor
David Swing. 1830–1894. Life Immortal
Florus Beardsley Plimpton. 1830–1886. The Two Mariners
Charles Nordhoff. 1830–1901. Kilauea
James Gowdy Clark. 1830–1897. Marion Moore
John Esten Cooke. 1830–1886. The Fight with the Moonshiners
The Band in the Pines
John Swinton. 1829–1901. Carlyle at his Wife’s Grave
Isaac Edwards Clarke. 1830–1907. British Policy Opposed to American Industries
William Steele Shurtleff. 1830–1896. The Way
Noah Brooks. 1830–1903. Personal Reminiscences of Lincoln
Mary Virginia Hawes Terhune (Marion Harland). 1830–1922. An Old Virginia Ghost Story
Joseph Kirkland. 1830–1894. How the Meanest Man Got so Mean, and How Mean He Got
Mary Barker Carter Dodge The Chimney Nest
Helen Hunt Jackson. 1830–1885. Spinning
The Sheep-Shearing at the Moreno Ranch
Habeas Corpus
Daniel Coit Gilman. 1831–1908. Twelve Points in Respect to University Education
A College Training
Elbridge Jefferson Cutler. 1831–1870. The Volunteer
Jane Goodwin Austin. 1831–1894. An Afternoon in Nantucket
James Abram Garfield. 1831–1881. George Henry Thomas
William Wallace Harney. 1831–1912. The Moorings
The Stab
The Bergamot
Harriet Mann (Olive Thorne) Miller. 1831–1918. O Wondrous Singers
Franklin Benjamin Sanborn. 1831–1917. The Death and Character of John Brown
James Phinney Baxter. 1831–1921. Ebb
Rebecca Harding Davis. 1831–1910. On the Trapeze
Mary Louise Booth. 1831–1889. New York at the Beginning of the War
Edwin Lawrence Godkin. 1831–1902. Heroic Conflict of Democracy with Scientific Law
Some Political and Social Aspects of the Tariff
John Antrobus. 1831–1907. The Cowboy
Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr. 1831–1919. On a Cliff by Night
The Old Piano
Jane Cunningham Croly (Jennie June). 1829–1901. Divorce
Philip Henry Sheridan. 1831–1888. A Famous Ride
William Preston Johnston. 1831–1899. Albert Sidney Johnston
Isaac Israel Hayes. 1832–1881. A Northern Pet
Joel Benton. 1832–1911. The Poet
Andrew Dickson White. 1832–1918. A Broad Method Commended to Historians
After Centuries of War
Hiram Rich. b. 1831. Jerry an’ Me
Louisa May Alcott. 1832–1888. John, an American
Thoreau’s Flute
Charles Colcock Jones, Jr. 1831–1893. Why the Rev. John Wesley Departed from Savannah
Justin Winsor. 1831–1897. Our Early Diplomacy in Europe
Henry Clay Work. 1832–1884. Marching Through Georgia
The Year of Jubilee