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The Golden Treasury of American Songs and Lyrics
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  • To My Mother.
  • THE
  • GOLDEN TREASURY
  • OF
  • AMERICAN SONGS AND LYRICS
    • EDITED BY
      • FREDERIC LAWRENCE KNOWLES
    • FREDERIC LAWRENCE KNOWLES
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
      • (Sequential.)
    • (Sequential.)
    • CONTENTS.
      • (Alphabetical.)
    • (Alphabetical.)
    • BOOK FIRST.
    • AMERICAN SONGS AND LYRICS
    • The Wild Honeysuckle.
    • Song.
    • "My Life is Like the Summer Rose."
    • "O Fairest of the Rural Maids!"
    • The Bucket.
    • Annabel Lee.
    • A Health.
    • A Serenade.
    • The City in the Sea.
    • To The Past.
    • Israfel.
    • Unseen Spirits.
    • The Haunted Palace.
    • To a Waterfowl.
    • To Helen.
    • Sparkling and Bright.
    • To One in Paradise.
    • On the Death of Joseph Rodman Drake.
    • The Valley of Unrest.
    • To the Fringed Gentian.
    • The Crowded Street.
    • The Raven.
    • The Battle-field.
    • The Sleeper.
    • BOOK SECOND.
    • Nature.
    • Hebe.
    • The Day is Done.
    • Ichabod.
    • Sir Humphrey Gilbert.
    • Concord Hymn.
    • To America.
    • Old Ironsides.
    • To England.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • The Wreck of the Hesperus.
    • Bedouin Song.
    • Skipper Ireson's Ride.
    • The Village Blacksmith.
    • The Last Leaf.
    • The Old Kentucky Home.
    • The Black Regiment.
    • Carolina.
    • Dirge for a Soldier.
    • Battle-hymn of the Republic.
    • Farragut.
    • My Maryland.
    • After All.[1]
    • The Song of the Camp.
    • In the Hospital.
    • Under the Violets.
    • Days.
    • Song.[2]
    • Aladdin.
    • The Flight of Youth.[3]
    • My Playmate.
    • The Fire of Driftwood.
    • A Death-bed.
    • Telling the Bees.
    • Katie.
    • My Love.
    • She Came and Went.
    • Her Epitaph.
    • Apart.
    • The Discoverer.
    • At Last.[4]
    • "Thalatta."
    • Gondolieds.
      • I.
      • II.
      • TO-MORROW.
    • I.
    • II.
    • TO-MORROW.
    • In the Twilight.
    • The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls.
    • The Fall of the Leaf.
    • The Rhodora.
      • ON BEING ASKED, WHENCE IS THE FLOWER?
    • ON BEING ASKED, WHENCE IS THE FLOWER?
    • Nature.
    • My Strawberry.
    • The Humble-bee.
    • The Summer Rain.
    • To the Dandelion.
    • The Chambered Nautilus.
    • Thought.
    • Stanzas.
    • Coronation.
    • On a Bust of Dante.
    • Pan in Wall Street.
      • A.D. 1867.
    • A.D. 1867.
    • Auspex.
    • Birds.[5]
    • Toujours Amour.
    • A Sigh.
    • No More.
    • To a Young Girl Dying.
      • WITH A GIFT OF FRESH PALM-LEAVES.
    • WITH A GIFT OF FRESH PALM-LEAVES.
    • The Port of Ships.[6]
    • Paradisi Gloria.
    • Ballad.
    • BOOK THIRD.
    • The Fool's Prayer.
    • On The Life-mask Of Abraham Lincoln.
    • Song.
    • To A Dead Woman.[7]
    • Destiny.
    • The Kings.
    • Triumph.[8]
    • Evening Song.[9]
    • "The Woods That Bring the Sunset Near."
    • At Night.
    • "Still in Thy Love I Trust."
    • The Future.
    • Prescience.
    • In August.
    • That Day You Came.
    • Negro Lullaby.
    • A Woman's Thought.
    • The Flight.
    • Childhood.
    • Little Boy Blue.[10]
    • Strong as Death.[11]
    • The White Jessamine.
    • The House of Death.
    • A Tropical Morning at Sea.
    • Memory.
    • A Mood.
    • The Way to Arcady.[12]
    • Eve's Daughter.
    • On An Intaglio Head Of Minerva.
    • Hunting-song.
    • Parting.
    • When the Sultan Goes to Ispahan.
    • Night.
    • He Made the Stars Also.
    • The Sour Winds.
    • The Return.
    • Bereaved.
    • The Chariot.
    • Indian Summer.
    • Confided.
    • In Absence.
    • Song of the Chattahoochee.[13]
    • The Sea's Voice.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • At Gibraltar.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • Jerry an' Me.
    • The Gravedigger.
    • The Absence of Little Wesley.
      • HOOSIER DIALECT.
    • HOOSIER DIALECT.
    • Be Thou a Bird, My Soul.
    • Opportunity.
    • Dutch Lullaby.[14]
    • The Maryland Yellow-throat.[15]
    • The Silence of Love.
    • The Secret.
    • The Whip-poor-will.[16]
    • Fertility.
    • The Veery.[17]
    • The Eavesdropper.
    • Sesostris.
    • NOTES.
    • INDEX TO FIRST LINES.
    • INDEX TO AUTHORS.
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