Patriotic poems America loves: 125 poems commemorating stirring historical events and American ideals / Illustrated by Ray Cruz
Book | Doubleday | 1968 | [First edition].

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[First edition].
Description
240 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Summary
A collection of poetry that commemorates patriotic actions, persons, and events.
Contents
America / Samuel Francis Smith -- A National Hymn (from "Miss Ravenel's Conversion) / John William DeForest -- America / Arlo Bates -- America / Sydney Dobell -- Our Country / Julia Ward Howe -- One Country / Frank L. Stanton -- Land of My Heart (from "Ad Patriam) / William Dudley Foulke -- Land of the Free / Arthur Nicholas Hosking -- My Land / Thomas Osborne Davis -- Innominatus 9from "The Lay of the Last Minstrel") / Sir Walter Scott -- There is a Land / James Montgomery -- Where are You Going, Greatheart? / John Oxenham -- The Gift Outright / Robert Frost -- America the Beautiful / Katharine Lee Bates -- Hail, Columbia / Joseph Hopkinson -- Plain-Chant for America / Katherine Garrison Chapin -- Tribute to America / Percy Bysshe Shelley -- America (from "The National Ode, July 4, 1876") / Bayard Taylor -- America for Me / Henry van Dyke -- National Hymn / Daniel C. Roberts -- Columbus / Joaquin Miller -- Henry Hudson's Quest 1609 / Burton Egbert Stevenson -- Pocahontas / William Makepeace Thackeray -- The Word of God to Leyden Came 1620 / Jeremiah Eames Rankin -- The Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers in New England / Felicia D. Hemans -- First Thanksgiving of All / Nancy Byrd Turner -- The Star-Spangled Banner / Francis Scott Key -- The American Flag / Joseph Rodman Drake -- A Toast to the Flag / John Jay Daly -- The Old Flag / H.C. Bunner -- Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean (first sung in Philadelphia about 1843) / Author Unknown The Flag Goes By / Henry Holcomb Bennett -- Freedom / Joel Barlow -- A Nation's Strength / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- On Freedom / James Russell Lowell -- Our Fathers Fought for Liberty / James Russell Lowell -- Once to Every Man and Nation (from "The Present Crisis") / James Russell Lowell -- God Save Our President / Francis DeHaes Janvier -- The Errand Imperious / Edwin Markham -- Oh Mother of a Mighty Race / William Cullen Bryant -- A Toast to Our Native Land / Robert Bridges -- Boston Hymn (Read in Boston Music Hall, January 1, 1863) / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Independence Bell, July 4, 1776 / Author Unknown -- The Fourth of July / John Pierpont -- Ode (Sung in the Town Hall, Concord, July 4, 1857) / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Centennial Hymn / John Greenleaf Whittier -- Cnetennial Hymn / John Pierpont -- A Ballad of the Boston Tea-Party, December 16, 1773 / Oliver Wendell Holmes -- Paul Revere's Ride / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- Concord Hymn / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Lexington, April 19, 1775 / Sidney Lanier -- New England's Chevy Chase, April 19, 1775 / Edward Everett Hale -- Warren's Address at Bunker Hill, June 16, 1775 / John Pierpont -- Yankee Doodle / Edward Bangs -- Nathan Hale / William Ordway Partridge -- Nathan Hale / Francis Miles Finch -- Carmen Bellicosum / Guy Humphreys McMaster -- Molly Pitcher / Kate Brownlee Sherwood -- LaFayette to Washington (from "Valley Forge") / Maxwell Anderson -- La Fayette / Dolly Madison -- Captain Molly / William Collins -- Ticonderoga / V.B. Wilson -- Emily Geiger / Author Unknown -- Betty Zane, September, 1777 / Thomas Dunn English -- John Paul Jones, September 23, 1779 / Walt Whitman -- Paul Jones / Author Unknown -- To the Memory of the Brave Americans (under General Greene, in South Carolina, who fell in the action of September 8, 1781)/ Philip Freneau -- England and America in 1782 / Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- Washington / George Gordon, Lord Byron -- Ours, and All Men's (from "Under the Old Elm") / James Russell Lowell -- George Washington / John Hall Ingham -- At Mount Vernon / Thomas Curtis Clark -- The Name of Washington / Arthur Gordon Field -- John Adams / Rosemary and Stephen Vincent Benét -- Ballad of the Common Man (For the Jefferson Memorial) / Alfred Kreymborg -- Battle-Hymn of the Republic / Julia Ward Howe -- An Army Corps on the March / Walt Whitman
Bivouac on a Mountain Side / Walt Whitman -- Shiloh ; A Requiem (April, 1862) / Herman Melville -- Barbara Frietchie / John Greenleaf Whittier -- The High Tide at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863 / Will Henry Thompson -- John Burns of Gettysburg / Bret Harte -- We're Tenting To-night / Walter Kittredge -- When Johnny Comes Marching Home / Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore -- The Blue and the Gray / Francis Miles Finch -- Ode to the Confederate Dead in Magnolia Cemetery / Henry Timrod -- O Captain! My Captain! / Walt Whitman -- Lincoln, the Man of the People / Edwin Markham -- There was a Darkness in This Man (from "Lincoln") / John Gould Fletcher -- Abraham Lincoln / Mildred Meigs -- When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd / Walt Whitman -- Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight (in Springfield, Ilinois) / Vachel Lindsay -- I Am the Flag / Lawrence M. Jones -- I Hear America Singing / Walt Whitman -- America Greets and Alien / Author Unknown -- The New Colossus / Emma Lazarus -- The Poor Voter on Election Day / John Greenleaf Whittier -- I Am an American / Elia Lieberman -- America was Schoolmasters / Robert P. Tristram Coffin -- Cool Tombs / Carl Sandburg -- Old Ironsides (Written with reference to the proposed breaking up of the famous U.S. frigate Constitution) / Oliver Wendell Holmes -- The Battle-field / William Cullen Bryant -- The Reveille / Bret Harte -- The Bivouac of the Dead / Theodore O'Hara -- Do Not Weep, Maiden, for War is Kind (from "War is Kind") / Stephen Crane -- Song of the Brave / Laurence Altgood -- The Marines' Song / Author Unknown -- The Caisson Song / Major Edmund L. Gruber -- The Unknown Soldier / Billy Rose -- In flanders Fields / John McCrae -- Reply to in Flanders Fields / John Mitchell -- Another reply to in Flanders Fields / J.A. Armstrong -- America's Answer / R.W. Lilliard -- The First Division Marches, September 1919 / Grantland Rice -- Memorial Day / William E. Brooks -- Written in a Time of Crisis (World War II) / Stephen Vincent Benét -- Atlantic Charter: 1942 / Francis Brett Young -- John Fitzgerald Kennedy / John Masefield -- The Need of the Hour / Edwin Markham -- The Ship of State (from "The Building of the Ship") / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- American Muse / Stephen Vincent Benét -- America was Promises / Archibalc MacLeish -- The Moral Warfare / John Greenleaf Whittier -- God, Give Us Men! / Josiah Gilbert Holland -- Unmanifest Destiny / Richard Hovey.
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9780385000871
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