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Carl Sandburg
See biography, quotes, indexes. An American poet, historian, novelist, balladeer and folklorist.
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Carl Sandburg





  • Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years (1926)
  • Abraham Lincoln: The War Years (1939)
  • Always the Young Strangers (1953) (autobiography)
  • Ever the Winds of Chance (1983) (autobiography) (completed by Margaret Sandburg and George Hendrick)
  • The Letters of Carl Sandburg (1968) (autobiographical/correspondence) (ed. Herbert Mitgang)
  • Mary Lincoln: Wife and Widow (1932)


Poetry collections

  • Breathing Tokens (1978) (ed. Margaret Sandburg)
  • Chicago Poems (1916)
  • Complete Poems (1950)
  • Cornhuskers, which won a Pulitzer Prize (1918) Speaker Icon.svg
  • Good Morning, America (1928)
  • Harvest Poems (1950)
  • Honey and Salt (1963)
  • In Reckless Ecstasy (1904)
  • The People, Yes (1936)
  • Selected Poems (1926)
  • Slabs of the Sunburnt West (1922)
  • Smoke and Steel (1920)

Children's stories

  • More Rootabaga Stories (1923)
  • Rootabaga Stories (1920)

Folk songs

  • The American Songbag (1927)
  • The New American Songbag (1950)


  • The Family of Man (1955) (exhibition catalog)
  • Steichen the Photographer (1929) (history)

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The author died in 1967, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 30 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.


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