1867. A collection of verse from Whittier, American Quaker poet and
reformer. He was a pioneer in regional literature as well as a
crusader for many humanitarian causes and was a self-declared
abolitionist. Contents: The Tent on the Beach; The Wreck of
Rivermouth; The Grave by the Lake; The Brother of Mercy; The
Changeling; The Maids of Attitash; Kallundborg Church; The Dead
Ship of Harpswell; The Palatine; Abraham Davenport; National
Lyrics: The Mantle of St. John De Matha; What the Birds Said; Laus
Deo!; The Peace Autumn; To the Thirty-Ninth Congress; Occasional
Poems: The Eternal Goodness; Our Master; The Vanishers; Revisited;
The Common Question; Bryant on his Birthday; Hymn; and Thomas Starr
King. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger
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