Table of contents for Words for the hour : a new anthology of American Civil War poetry / edited by Faith Barrett and Cristanne Miller.

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Contents
List of Illustrations
Preface by Cristanne Miller					
A Civil War Time Line
Abbreviations: Source Collections of Civil War Poetry for Part I						
Introduction: ?Words for the Hour?: Reading the American Civil War through Poetry by Faith Barrett		
PART I: Poems Published in Newspapers and Periodicals
Antebellum Poetry					
Sarah Louisa Forten
	My Country						
Ella (Sarah Mapps Douglass?)						
 The Mother and Her Captive Boy			
James Russell Lowell
	The Present Crisis 					
Samuel Henry Dickson
	I Sigh for the Land of the Cypress and Pine		
William Gilmore Simms
	Southern Ode 						
	Song of the South					
Joshua McCarter Simpson
	Song of the "Aliened American"			
Henry David Thoreau
	The Vessel of Love, the Vessel of State		
Alfred Gibbs Campbell
 Lines 							
Dan Emmett
	I Wish I Was in Dixie?s Land				
Charlotte Forten Grimké 
	The Two Voices					
1861 								
Richard Henry Stoddard 
	To the Men of the North and West					 
Lucy Larcom
	The Nineteenth of April					
James R. Randall
	My Maryland 							
Jane T. H. Cross
 Over the River							 
Oliver Wendell Holmes 
	Brother Jonathan?s Lament for Sister Caroline		 
Mrs. James Neall 
		The Harvest-Field of 1861 					 
Ellen Key Blunt
	The Southern Cross						 
Augustus Julian Requier
 Our Faith in ?61					 
Catherine A. W. Warfield
	Manassas 							 
William Cullen Bryant
 Not Yet 							 
Francis Orray Ticknor	
	The Old Rifleman						 
Anonymous
	Cotton-Doodle						
M. Jeff Thompson
	Price?s Appeal to Missouri				
Ethelinda Beers 
	The Picket-Guard					 
Elizabeth Stoddard
 A Thought						 
Anonymous
 Soldiers? Aid Societies
Anonymous				
	Let My People Go: A Song of the ?Contrabands?	
1862						 		
Julia Ward Howe
	Battle Hymn of the Republic	 			
Caroline Mason 
	Anomalies						
George Henry Boker
	A Battle Hymn					
	The Sword-Bearer					
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow	
	The Cumberland							 
R. M. Anderson	 
	The Song of the South							 
R. R.
	The Stars and Bars						 
John Williamson Palmer 
 Stonewall Jackson?s Way						 
Lucy Larcom 
	Weaving						
John James Piatt 
	To Abraham Lincoln 					 
Edmund Clarence Stedman	
	Wanted?A Man		 			
Augustus Julian Requier
 Clouds in the West						 
James Sloan Gibbons
	Three Hundred Thousand More			 
William E. Pabor 
	Emancipation						
Ellen Murray						
	Half Way						
Mary H. C. Booth										 
	"While God He Leaves Me Reason, God He Will Leave Me Jim"
Anonymous
	A Southern Scene					
F. T. Rockett 						
 Melt the Bells				 		
Nathaniel Graham Shepherd	
	Roll Call								 
1863						 		
Ralph Waldo Emerson
	Boston Hymn						
Bret Harte 
	The Reveille						
Anonymous
	Conservative Chorus					
S. A. Jonas							 
 Only a Soldier?s Grave				
Elizabeth Akers Allen 
	Spring at the Capital					
George Henry Boker
	The Black Regiment					
Alexander Beaufort Meek
 Wouldst Thou Have Me Love Thee	 
Della Jerman Weeks
	The Wood of Gettysburg
Anonymous
	Chickamauga, ?The Stream of Death!?		
J. Augustine Signaigo
	On the Heights of Mission Ridge		 	
Anonymous
 Negro Song of Mission Ridge			
Anonymous
	My Army Cross Over					
Anonymous
	Ride In, Kind Saviour					
Phoebe Cary
	Ready							
Caroline A. Ball
 The Jacket of Gray						 
Ellen Flagg 
 Death the Peacemaker					
Bret Harte 
	The Copperhead					
Severn Teackle Wallis	 								 
	A Prayer for Peace					 
Frederick A. Bartleson
	In Libby Prison?New-Year?s Eve 1863?4					 
1864						 		
James Madison Bell 
	From ?The Day and the War?				
Charles Graham Halpine	
	Sambo's Right To Be Kilt				 	 
William H. Hayward		
	The Patriot Ishmael Day 				 
Emily M. Washington									 
	Confederate Song of Freedom			
James R. Randall
At Fort Pillow						 
George Henry Boker
	In the Wilderness					
	Sonnet							
Frank H. Gassaway
 The Pride of Battery B 						 
Thomas Buchanan Read
Sheridan?s Ride					 
Thomas Manahan
	Brother, Tell Me of the Battle				
J. R. Bagby 
	The Empty Sleeve					 
Anonymous
	Reading the List					
Julia L. Keyes			
 Only One Killed	 						 
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
	Fredericksburg								 
Jane T. H. Cross					
The Confederacy							 
 
1865						 		
William Cullen Bryant
 My Autumn Walk					 
Mary H. C. Booth
	I?m Dying, Comrade					
Anonymous
 The Voices of the Guns							 
Kate Putnam Osgood 
	Driving Home the Cows				
Joseph Blythe Allston
	"Stack Arms" 						 		 
Robert Falligant
	Doffing the Gray								 
Augustus Julian Requier	
	Ashes of Glory								 
William Cullen Bryant
 The Death of Lincoln									 
Christopher Pearse Cranch
	The Death-Blow					
	The Martyr						
Bret Harte
	A Second Review of the Grand Army		
Sidney Lanier
	The Dying Words of Jackson				
Sarah E. Shuften
	Ethiopia?s Dead								 
The Aftermath of the War		 		
Anonymous 	 
 "Is There, Then, No Hope for the Nations?"					 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
 Killed at the Ford							 
Abram Joseph Ryan
 The Sword of Robert Lee								 
Joshua McCarter Simpson
	Let the Banner Proudly Wave				
Mary Eliza Tucker
	Christmas, South, 1866				
William Gilmore Simms
	?Ay De Mi, Alhama!?					
Sidney Lanier
	To Our Hills						
Francis Orray Ticknor
	Little Giffen									 
Francis Miles Finch
 The Blue and the Gray 							 
Bayard Taylor
 Gettysburg Ode									 
Henrietta Cordelia Ray 
	Lincoln						
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PART II: Collections and Volumes of Civil War Poetry
George Moses Horton 				 	
 Slavery									 
 Lines 							
 The Poet's Feeble Petition 				
General Grant?The Hero of the War 						 
The Southern Refugee					
Lincoln Is Dead				
Like Brothers We Meet				
The Dying Soldier?s Message				
The Spectator of the Battle of Belmont		
The Terrors of War 					 
 Jefferson in a Tight Place				
 The Soldier on His Way Home			
 Weep			 				
John Greenleaf Whittier			 		
 The Hunters of Men								 
 A Word for the Hour					
 Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott								 
	At Port Royal									 
	The Battle Autumn of 1862				
 Barbara Frietchie								 
 What the Birds Said								 
Walt Whitman						
 Eighteen Sixty-One						 
 Beat! Beat! Drums!						 
 Virginia?The West						 
 Cavalry Crossing a Ford 					 
 Bivouac on a Mountain Side					 
 An Army Corps on the March				 
 By the Bivouac?s Fitful Flame				 
 Come Up from the Fields Father				 
 Vigil Strange I Kept on the Field One Night		
 A March in the Ranks Hard-Prest, and the Road Unknown		 
 A Sight in Camp in the Daybreak Gray and Dim	
 Not the Pilot							 
 Year That Trembled and Reel?d Beneath Me		
 The Wound-Dresser						 
 Dirge for Two Veterans					 
 Over the Carnage Rose Prophetic a Voice		
 The Artilleryman?s Vision					 
 Ethiopia Saluting the Colors					 
 Not Youth Pertains to Me		 		
 Look Down Fair Moon					 
 Reconciliation							 
 How Solemn as One by One				 
 As I Lay with My Head in Your Lap Camerado 		 
 To a Certain Civilian					
 Adieu to a Soldier					 
 Turn O Libertad						 
 To the Leaven?d Soil They Trod			
 Pensive on Her Dead Gazing	 			
 When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom?d			 
Herman Melville						
	The Portent					 	
 Apathy and Enthusiasm			 	
 The March into Virginia			 	
 Ball?s Bluff					 	
 Dupont?s Round Fight			 	
 Donelson 					 	
 A Utilitarian View of the Monitor?s Fight	 	
 Shiloh						 	
 Malvern Hill					 	
 The House-top				 		
 Sheridan at Cedar Creek 			 	
 In the Prison Pen				 	
 The College Colonel				 	
 The Martyr 					 	
 Rebel Color-bearers at Shiloh		 		
?Formerly a Slave?				 	
 Magnanimity Baffled				 	
 On the Slain Collegians		 		
 On the Slain at Chickamauga			 	
 An uninscribed Monument 			 	
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper			 	
 The Slave Mother 				 
	Bible Defense of Slavery 					 		 
 Eliza Harris						
 The Slave Auction 						 		 
 Bury Me in a Free Land							 
To the Cleveland Union-Savers					 
 Words for the Hour					
 An Appeal to My Countrywomen 						 
	Lines to Miles O?Reiley				
 	The Deliverance 								 
	Learning to Read					
Henry Timrod 					 	
	Ethnogenesis 						
 The Cotton Boll 					
 I Know Not Why					
 A Cry to Arms 					
 Charleston 						
The Two Armies 					
 Carmen Triumphale 					
 The Unknown Dead 					
 We May Not Falter					
	Ode 							
 1866 							
Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt						 
 Hearing the Battle?July 21, 1861			
 Army of Occupation
 Giving Back the Flower 
Shoulder-Rank									 
Another War				 		
Mock Diamonds									 
Over in Kentucky 					
The Black Princess									 
The Old Slave-Music 				
Counsel?In the South				
A Child?s Party					
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PART III: Unpublished or Posthumously Published Poems
Emily Dickinson								 
 To fight aloud, is very brave - 			
 Unto like Story - Trouble has enticed me -	 	
 I like a look of Agony	 				
 After great pain, a formal feeling comes -	
 The name - of it - is "Autumn" - 
 He fought like those Who?ve nought to lose -	
 When I was small, a Woman died -	 		
 It feels a shame to be Alive -	 			
 One Anguish - in a Crowd -	 			
 They dropped like Flakes -	 			
 If any sink, assure that this, now standing -	 	
 The Battle fought between the Soul	 		
 No Rack can torture me -	 			
 My Portion is Defeat - today -	 		
My Life had stood - a Loaded Gun - 	 		
 Color - Caste - Denomination -	 		
 Dying! To be afraid of thee	 			
 My Triumph lasted till the Drums	 		
 I never hear that one is dead	 			
Obadiah Ethelbert Baker				 	
 After the Battle: The Dirge				
 Nov. 30th To an absent Wife				
 Do You						
 My Army Birth					
 The Charge at Monterey				
 The Charge at Farmington				
 August 3rd, 1886					
 The Unknown Grave 					
Glossary							
Biographies of Poets						
Index of Authors and Titles

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Poetry.
American poetry -- 19th century.
War poetry, American.