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John Greenleaf Whittier
Anti-Slavery Poems

From Volume III., The Works of Whittier: Anti-Slavery Poems and Songs of Labor and Reform

To William Lloyd Garrison
Toussaint L'Ouverture
The Slave-Ships
Hymn: "Thou, whose presence went before"
The Yankee Girl
The Hunters of Men
Stanzas for the Times
Clerical Oppressors
A Summons
To the Memory of Thomas Shipley
The Moral Warfare
The Pastoral Letter
Hymn: "As children of Thy gracious care"
Hymn: "O Holy Father! Just and true"
The Farewell of a Virginia Slave Mother
Pennsylvania Hall
The New Year
The Relic
The World's Convention
Massachusetts to Virginia
The Christian Slave
The Sentence of John L. Brown

___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
Randolph of Roanoke
The Lost Statesman
The Slaves of Martinique
The Curse of the Charter-Breakers
The Crisis
Lines on the Portrait of a Celebrated Publisher
A Sabbath Scene
In the Evil Days
Moloch in State Street
Official Piety
The Rendition
Arisen at Last
The Haschish
For Righteousness' Sake
The Kansas Emigrants
Letter from a Missionary
Burial of Barber
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
___Thy Will be Done
___A Word for the Hour
___"Ein Feste Burg ist Unser Gott"
___To John C. Fremont
___The Watchers
___To Englishmen
___Mithridates at Chios
___At Port Royal
___Astraea at the Capitol
___The Battle Autumn of 1862
___Hymn, 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
___Laus Deo!
___Hymn for the Celebration of Emancipation at Newburyport

After the War
___The Peace Autumn
___To the Thirty-Ninth Congress
___The Hive at Gettysburg
___Howard at Atlanta
___The Emancipation Group
___The Jubilee Singers

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