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John Greenleaf Whittier (1807–1892). The Poetical Works in Four Volumes. 1892.

Vol. III. Anti-Slavery Poems: Songs of Labor and Reform

To William Lloyd Garrison
Toussaint L’Ouverture
The Slave-Ships
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
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
    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
Randolph of Roanoke
The Lost Statesman
The Slaves of Martinique
The Curse of the Charter-Breakers
The Crisis
Lines on the Portrait of a Celebrated Publisher
A Sabbath Scene
In the Evil Days
Moloch in State Street
Official Piety
The Rendition
Arisen at Last
The Haschish
For Righteousness’ Sake
The Kansas Emigrants
Letter from a Missionary of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, in Kansas, to a Distinguished Politician
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 Frémont Clubs
The Panorama
On a Prayer-Book
The Summons
To William H. Seward
In War Time
    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. Frémont
    The Watchers
    To Englishmen
    Mithridates at Chios
    At Port Royal
    Astræa at the Capitol
    The Battle Autumn of 1862
    Hymn, sung at Christmas by the Scholars of St. Helena’s Island, S. C.
    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 Newburyport
After the War
    The Peace Autumn
    To the Thirty-Ninth Congress
    The Hive at Gettysburg
    Howard at Atlanta
    The Emancipation Group
    The Jubilee Singers
The Quaker of the Olden Time
The Gallows
Seed-Time and Harvest
To the Reformers of England
The Human Sacrifice
Songs of Labor
    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
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
Freedom in Brazil
After Election
The Problem
Our Country
On the Big Horn