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Anti-Slavery Poems and Songs of Labor and Reform, Complete Volume III of The Works of John Greenleaf Whittier

By John Greenleaf Whittier
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  • THE WORKS OF JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER, Volume II. (of VII)
    • ANTI-SLAVERY POEMS and SONGS OF LABOR AND REFORM
  • ANTI-SLAVERY POEMS
    • TO WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON
    • TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE.
    • THE SLAVE-SHIPS.
    • EXPOSTULATION.
    • HYMN.
    • THE YANKEE GIRL.
    • THE HUNTERS OF MEN.
    • STANZAS FOR THE TIMES.
    • CLERICAL OPPRESSORS.
    • A SUMMONS
    • TO THE MEMORY OF THOMAS SHIPLEY.
    • THE MORAL WARFARE.
    • RITNER.
    • THE PASTORAL LETTER
    • HYMN
    • HYMN
    • THE FAREWELL OF A VIRGINIA SLAVE MOTHER TO HER DAUGHTERS SOLD
      • INTO SOUTHERN BONDAGE.
    • INTO SOUTHERN BONDAGE.
    • PENNSYLVANIA HALL.
    • THE NEW YEAR.
      • Addressed to the Patrons of the Pennsylvania Freeman.
    • Addressed to the Patrons of the Pennsylvania Freeman.
    • THE RELIC.
    • THE WORLD'S CONVENTION OF THE FRIENDS OF EMANCIPATION,
      • HELD IN LONDON IN 1840.
    • HELD IN LONDON IN 1840.
    • MASSACHUSETTS TO VIRGINIA.
    • THE CHRISTIAN SLAVE.
    • THE SENTENCE OF JOHN L. BROWN
    • THE SENTENCE OF JOHN L. BROWN.
    • TEXAS
      • VOICE OF NEW ENGLAND.
    • 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.
    • YORKTOWN.
    • RANDOLPH OF ROANOKE.
    • THE LOST STATESMAN.
      • Written on hearing of the death of Silas Wright of New York.
    • Written on hearing of the death of Silas Wright of New York.
    • THE SLAVES OF MARTINIQUE.
    • THE CURSE OF THE CHARTER-BREAKERS.
    • PAEAN.
    • THE CRISIS.
      • Written on learning the terms of the treaty with Mexico.
    • Written on learning the terms of the treaty with Mexico.
    • LINES ON THE PORTRAIT OF A CELEBRATED PUBLISHER.
    • DERNE.
    • A SABBATH SCENE.
    • IN THE EVIL DAYS.
    • MOLOCH IN STATE STREET.
    • OFFICIAL PIETY.
    • THE RENDITION.
    • ARISEN AT LAST.
    • THE HASCHISH.
    • FOR RIGHTEOUSNESS' SAKE.
      • Inscribed to friends under arrest for treason against the slave power.
    • Inscribed to friends under arrest for treason against the slave power.
    • THE KANSAS EMIGRANTS.
    • LETTER FROM A MISSIONARY OF THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH SOUTH,
      • IN KANSAS, TO A DISTINGUISHED POLITICIAN.
    • IN KANSAS, TO A DISTINGUISHED POLITICIAN.
    • BURIAL OF BARBER.
      • Thomas Barber was shot December 6, 1855, near Lawrence, Kansas.
    • Thomas Barber was shot December 6, 1855, near Lawrence, Kansas.
    • 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 FREMONT CLUBS.
    • THE PANORAMA.
    • ON A PRAYER-BOOK,
    • THE SUMMONS.
    • TO WILLIAM H. SEWARD.
    • IN WAR TIME.
      • TO SAMUEL E. SEWALL AND HARRIET W. SEWAll, OF MELROSE.
    • TO SAMUEL E. SEWALL AND HARRIET W. SEWAll, OF MELROSE.
    • THY WILL BE DONE.
    • A WORD FOR THE HOUR.
    • "EIN FESTE BURG IST UNSER GOTT."
      • LUTHER'S HYMN.
    • LUTHER'S HYMN.
    • TO JOHN C. FREMONT.
    • THE WATCHERS.
    • TO ENGLISHMEN.
    • MITHRIDATES AT CHIOS.
    • AT PORT ROYAL.
    • SONG OF THE NEGRO BOATMEN.
    • ASTRAEA AT THE CAPITOL.
      • ABOLITION OF SLAVERY IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 1862.
    • ABOLITION OF SLAVERY IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 1862.
    • THE BATTLE AUTUMN OF 1862.
    • HYMN,
      • SUNG AT CHRISTMAS BY THE SCHOLARS OF ST. HELENA'S ISLAND, S. C.
    • 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.
      • A LEGEND OF "THE RED, WHITE, AND BLUE," A. D. 1154-1864.
    • A LEGEND OF "THE RED, WHITE, AND BLUE," A. D. 1154-1864.
    • LAUS DEO!
    • HYMN FOR THE CELEBRATION OF EMANCIPATION AT NEWBURYPORT.
    • AFTER THE WAR.
    • THE PEACE AUTUMN.
      • Written for the Fssex County Agricultural Festival, 1865.
    • Written for the Fssex County Agricultural Festival, 1865.
    • TO THE THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS.
    • THE HIVE AT GETTYSBURG.
    • HOWARD AT ATLANTA.
    • THE EMANCIPATION GROUP.
    • THE JUBILEE SINGERS.
    • GARRISON.
    • SONGS OF LABOR AND REFORM
    • THE QUAKER OF THE OLDEN TIME.
    • DEMOCRACY.
    • THE GALLOWS.
    • SEED-TIME AND HARVEST.
    • TO THE REFORMERS OF ENGLAND.
    • THE HUMAN SACRIFICE.
    • SONGS OF LABOR.
    • DEDICATION.
    • THE SHOEMAKERS.
    • THE FISHERMEN.
    • THE LUMBERMEN.
    • THE SHIP-BUILDERS
    • THE DROVERS.
    • THE HUSKERS.
    • THE CORN-SONG.
    • THE REFORMER.
    • THE PEACE CONVENTION AT BRUSSELS.
    • THE PRISONER FOR DEBT.
    • THE CHRISTIAN TOURISTS.
    • THE MEN OF OLD.
    • TO PIUS IX.
    • CALEF IN BOSTON.
      • 1692.
    • 1692.
    • OUR STATE.
    • THE PRISONERS OF NAPLES.
    • THE PEACE OF EUROPE.
    • ASTRAEA.
    • 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.
    • ITALY.
    • FREEDOM IN BRAZIL.
    • AFTER ELECTION.
    • DISARMAMENT.
    • THE PROBLEM.
    • OUR COUNTRY.
      • Read at Woodstock, Conn., July 4,1883.
    • Read at Woodstock, Conn., July 4,1883.
    • ON THE BIG HORN.
    • NOTES
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