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John Greenleaf Whittier
(1807–1892)
See biography, media, quotes, indexes. An American Quaker poet and advocate of the abolition of slavery in the United States.
John Greenleaf Whittier

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New poems

  • Occasional Poems (Collection)
    • Eva
    • A Lay of Old Time
    • A Song of Harvest
    • Kenoza Lake
    • For an Autumn Festival
    • The Quaker Alumni
    • Our River
    • Revisited
    • "The Laurels"
    • June on the Merrimac
    • Hymn for the Opening of Thomas Starr King's House of Worship
    • Hymn for the House of Worship at Georgetown, Erected in Memory of a Mother
    • A Spiritual Manifestation
    • Chicago
    • Kinsman
    • The Golden Wedding of Longwood
    • Hymn for the Opening of Plymouth Church, St. Paul, Minnesota
    • Lexington
    • The Library
    • "I Was a Stranger, and Ye Took Me in"
    • Centennial Hymn
    • At School-Close
    • Hymn of the Children
    • The Landmarks
    • Garden
    • A Greeting
    • Godspeed
    • Winter Roses
    • The Reunion
    • Norumbega Hall
    • The Bartholdi Statue
    • One of the Signers
  • At Sundown (1890 collection)
    • To E. C. S.
    • The Christmas of 1888
    • The Vow of Washington
    • The Captain's Well
    • An Outdoor Reception
    • R. S. S., at Deer Island on the Merrimac
    • Burning Drift-Wood
    • O. W. Holmes on his Eightieth Birthday
    • James Russell Lowell
    • Haverhill. 1640-1890
    • To G. G.
    • Preston Powers, Inscription for Bass-Relief
    • Lydia H. Sigourney, Inscription on Tabler
    • Milton, on Memorial Window
    • The Birthday Wreath
    • The Wind of March
    • Between the Gates
    • The Last Eve of Summer
    • To Oliver Wendell Holmes, 8th Mo. 29th, 1892

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