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2013, Volume 34

"Will not these days be by thy poets sung": Poems of the Anglo-African and National Anti-Slavery Standard, 1863–1864

Edited by Elizabeth Lorang and R. J. Weir
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Index of Poems in Edition

  1. L. C. Lockwood"Marching Along for Freedom" The Anglo-African (2 May 1863): [4]
  2. Caroline A. Mason"Our Promise to the Slave" National Anti-Slavery Standard (2 May 1863): [4]
  3. Fanny M. Jackson"The Black Volunteers" The Anglo-African (9 May 1863): [1]
  4. John G. Whittier"Mithridates at Chios" National Anti-Slavery Standard (16 May 1863): [4]
  5. John G. Whitter"Mithridates at Chios" The Anglo-African (23 May 1863): [4]
  6. John Pierpont"Our Country's Call" National Anti-Slavery Standard (23 May 1863): [4]
  7. [Unsigned]"To the 54th Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers" The Anglo-African (30 May 1863): [1]
  8. A. P. Smith"The Fast God Hath Appointed" The Anglo-African (30 May 1863): [4]
  9. F. R. R."The Confederate Loan" National Anti-Slavery Standard (30 May 1863): [4]
  10. S. B. Gookins"How Mr. Lincoln Became an Abolitionist" National Anti-Slavery Standard (6 June 1863): [4]
  11. E. W. Brown"The Slave-Martyr" The Anglo-African (13 June 1863): [1]
  12. Mary Clemmer Ames"Our Volunteer" National Anti-Slavery Standard (13 June 1863): [4]
  13. [Unsigned]"A Negro-Volunteer Song" The Anglo-African (20 June 1863): [1]
  14. George H. Boker"The Second Louisiana" National Anti-Slavery Standard (20 June 1863): [4]
  15. George H. Boker"The Second Louisiana" The Anglo-African (27 June 1863): [1]
  16. John G. Whittier"In War-Time" The Anglo-African (27 June 1863): [4]
  17. John G. Whittier"In War-Time" National Anti-Slavery Standard (27 June 1863): [4]
  18. Wm. J. Wilson"Our Dark-Brown Mother" The Anglo-African (4 July 1863): [4]
  19. [Unsigned]"A Voice from the Crowd" National Anti-Slavery Standard (4 July 1863): [4]
  20. Miss E. W. Brown"The Slave-Martyr" National Anti-Slavery Standard (4 July 1863): [4]
  21. Mrs. Eliza J. Gordon"God and Our Race" The Anglo-African (11 July 1863): [2]
  22. E. Murray"Sunset on Edisto Beach, S. C." National Anti-Slavery Standard (11 July 1863): [4]
  23. Wm. H. Burleigh"The Prayer of a Nation" National Anti-Slavery Standard (25 July 1863): [4]
  24. Una"Words of Cheer" National Anti-Slavery Standard (1 August 1863): [4]
  25. A. Hoyt"The Storming of Fort Wagner" The Anglo-African (8 August 1863): [4]
  26. A. P. Smith"The Louisiana Native Guard at Port Hudson" The Anglo-African (8 August 1863): [4]
  27. W. M. F."On Seeing the 54th and 55th Massachusetts (Black) Regiments" The Anglo-African (22 August 1863): [4]
  28. E. Murray"Col. Robert G. Shaw" National Anti-Slavery Standard (22 August 1863): [2]
  29. Belle Bush"Not One Hath Died in Vain" National Anti-Slavery Standard (22 August 1863): [4]
  30. Aleph"Ode to Freedom and Unity" The Anglo-African (29 August 1863): [1]
  31. E. Murray"Col. Robert G. Shaw" The Anglo-African (29 August 1863): [2]
  32. Miss E. M. Backus"The Black Hero of the Cumberland" The Anglo-African (29 August 1863): [4]
  33. B."Principles and Their Fruits" National Anti-Slavery Standard (29 August 1863): [4]
  34. Maria Lowell"Africa" The Anglo-African (5 September 1863): [4]
  35. B. T. J."American Slavery" National Anti-Slavery Standard (5 September 1863): [4]
  36. John A. Dorgan"The Black Brigade at Port Hudson" The Anglo-African (12 September 1863): [1]
  37. B. T. J."American Slavery" The Anglo-African (12 September 1863): [4]
  38. Maria Lowell"Africa" National Anti-Slavery Standard (12 September 1863): [4]
  39. William Slade"The Slave to His Star" The Anglo-African (19 September 1863): [1]
  40. L. J. L."An Incident of the New York Riot" The Anglo-African (19 September 1863): [4]
  41. Rev. John Pierpont"Refining Fires" National Anti-Slavery Standard (19 September 1863): [4]
  42. J. C. Hagen"Men of Color" The Anglo-African (26 September 1863): [1]
  43. John Willis Menard"Home Again" The Anglo-African (26 September 1863): [4]
  44. Bayard Taylor"A Thousand Years" National Anti-Slavery Standard (26 September 1863): [4]
  45. Rev. George Lansing Taylor"The Scourged Back" National Anti-Slavery Standard (26 September 1863): [4]
  46. [Unsigned]"Father Abraham's Proclamation" The Anglo-African (3 October 1863): [1]
  47. Rev. George Lansing Taylor"The Scourged Back" The Anglo-African (3 October 1863): [4]
  48. John G. Whittier"Barbara Frietchie" National Anti-Slavery Standard (3 October 1863): [4]
  49. Frances E. W. Harper"The Massachusetts Fifty-Fourth" The Anglo-African (10 October 1863): [1]
  50. A. P. Smith"A War Song for the Black Volunteers" The Anglo-African (10 October 1863): [4]
  51. [Unsigned]"The Loved and Lost" National Anti-Slavery Standard (10 October 1863): [4]
  52. F. M. J."Lines" The Anglo-African (17 October 1863): [1]
  53. George W. Bungay"Lines to a Clergyman Who Says Slavery is Not a Sin" The Anglo-African (24 October 1863): [1]
  54. L. H."To Robert Gould Shaw" The Anglo-African (31 October 1863): [4]
  55. Elizabeth B. Sedgwick"'Buried With His Niggers.'" National Anti-Slavery Standard (31 October 1863): [4]
  56. George W. Bungay"Lines to a Clergyman Who Says Slavery is Not a Sin" National Anti-Slavery Standard (31 October 1863): [4]
  57. [Unsigned]"The Two Southern Mothers" The Anglo-African (7 November 1863): [1]
  58. Elizabeth B. Sedgwick"'Buried With His Niggers'" The Anglo-African (7 November 1863): [4]
  59. D. W."John Brown's March" National Anti-Slavery Standard (7 November 1863): [4]
  60. [Unsigned]"The Hero of Gaza" National Anti-Slavery Standard (7 November 1863): [4]
  61. D. W."John Brown's March" The Anglo-African (14 November 1863): [1]
  62. Frances D. Gage"Autumn Days in South Carolina" The Anglo-African (14 November 1863): [4]
  63. Frances D. Gage"Autumn Days in South Carolina" National Anti-Slavery Standard (14 November 1863): [4]
  64. [Unsigned]"Black Tom" The Anglo-African (21 November 1863): [1]
  65. J. G. McKee"God's Own Poor" National Anti-Slavery Standard (21 November 1863): [4]
  66. John G. Whittier"What of the Day?" The Anglo-African (28 November 1863): [1]
  67. Dr. Muhlenberg"Give Thanks All Ye People" The Anglo-African (28 November 1863): [4]
  68. [Unsigned]"The Reverend Mr. Treacle" National Anti-Slavery Standard (5 December 1863): [1]
  69. Addie M. Hamilton"Forgotten" The Anglo-African (12 December 1863): [1]
  70. Frances E. Watkins Harper"The Sin of Achan" The Anglo-African (12 December 1863): [4]
  71. [Unsigned]"A Loyal Woman's No" National Anti-Slavery Standard (12 December 1863): [4]
  72. EBED"To the Colored Volunteer" The Anglo-African (19 December 1863): [1]
  73. F. E. W. Harper"The Contraband's Answer" The Anglo-African (19 December 1863): [1]
  74. [Unsigned]"The Third Decade" National Anti-Slavery Standard (9 January 1864): [4]
  75. [Unsigned]"The Third Decade" The Anglo-African (16 January 1864): [1]
  76. [Unsigned]"John Brown's Vision of the Future" The Anglo-African (16 January 1864): [2]
  77. Robert Hamilton"Our Country's Flag" The Anglo-African (16 January 1864): [4]
  78. Edna Dean Proctor"Response of the Colored Soldiers" The Anglo-African (23 January 1864): [1]
  79. Celia Abbott"Tribute" The Anglo-African (23 January 1864): [4]
  80. J. C. Hagen"The Freedman's Offering" National Anti-Slavery Standard (23 January 1864): [4]
  81. Frances E. W. Harper"The Dying Mother" The Anglo-African (30 January 1864): [1]
  82. J. R——, Jr."Emancipation Song" The Anglo-African (30 January 1864): [4]
  83. Caroline A. Mason"Sowing In Hope" National Anti-Slavery Standard (30 January 1864): [4]
  84. Ellen Murray"The Workingman" National Anti-Slavery Standard (30 January 1864): [4]
  85. [Unsigned]"Bury Them" The Anglo-African (6 February 1864): [1]
  86. J. R., Jr."The Union" The Anglo-African (6 February 1864): [1]
  87. J. Madison Bell"The Black Brigade" The Anglo-African (6 February 1864): [4]
  88. Simon Pure"Tony James's Song" The Anglo-African (13 February 1864): [1]
  89. Lieut. Enoch G. Adams"Bradley Clay" National Anti-Slavery Standard (13 February 1864): [4]
  90. S. N."A Hymn of Jubilee" The Anglo-African (20 February 1864): [1]
  91. Frank Myers"The Colored Volunteer" The Anglo-African (20 February 1864): [4]
  92. Simon Pure"Tony James's Song" National Anti-Slavery Standard (20 February 1864): [4]
  93. Mrs. Sarah Gomes"To the Colored Men of the United States" The Anglo-African (27 February 1864): [1]
  94. William E. Pabor"'When the Prince Is Passing By.'" The Anglo-African (27 February 1864): [1]
  95. W. D. G."Take No Step Backward!" National Anti-Slavery Standard (27 February 1864): [4]
  96. Capt. Lindley Miller"Marching Song of the First Arkansas" The Anglo-African (5 March 1864): [1]
  97. W. D. G."Take No Step Backward!" The Anglo-African (5 March 1864): [4]
  98. George William Curtis"The American Flag" National Anti-Slavery Standard (5 March 1864): [4]
  99. John G. Whittier"What of the Day?" National Anti-Slavery Standard (5 March 1864): [4]
  100. H. M."Negro's Song of Freedom" The Anglo-African (12 March 1864): [1]
  101. Caroline A. Mason"Army Song" National Anti-Slavery Standard (12 March 1864): [4]
  102. Caroline A. Mason"Army Song" The Anglo-African (19 March 1864): [1]
  103. George H. Boker"Hymn of the Contrabands" The Anglo-African (19 March 1864): [4]
  104. George William Curtis"The American Flag" The Anglo-African (19 March 1864): [4]
  105. Frances D. Gage"A Mother's Thoughts" National Anti-Slavery Standard (19 March 1864): [4]
  106. J. C. Hagen"Hymn of the Corps D'Afrique" National Anti-Slavery Standard (26 March 1864): [4]
  107. J. C. Hagen"Hymn of the Corps D'Afrique" The Anglo-African (2 April 1864): [1]
  108. B. Clark, Sen."Be Joyful!" The Anglo-African (2 April 1864): [4]
  109. [Unsigned]"Easter" The Anglo-African (9 April 1864): [1]
  110. Jas. N. Jefferson"Lines, on the Death of Edward A. Cox, Co. F., 14th Regiment R. I. H. A." The Anglo-African (9 April 1864): [4]
  111. Anna C. L. Waterston"Our Work" The Anglo-African (9 April 1864): [4]
  112. Richard Monckton Milnes"England and America—1863" National Anti-Slavery Standard (16 April 1864): [4]
  113. W."The Black Hero" The Anglo-African (23 April 1864): [1]
  114. P."On the Death of Owen Lovejoy" National Anti-Slavery Standard (23 April 1864): [4]
  115. Mrs. Marian A. Bigelow"The Martyr of Freedom, Col. Robert G. Shaw" The Anglo-African (30 April 1864): [4]
  116. Augusta Cooper Kimball"Right Triumphs" National Anti-Slavery Standard (30 April 1864): [4]
  117. [Unsigned]"On Picket Duty" National Anti-Slavery Standard (7 May 1864): [4]
  118. [Unsigned]"On Picket Duty" The Anglo-African (14 May 1864): [4]
  119. Tennyson"Garibaldi" National Anti-Slavery Standard (14 May 1864): [4]
  120. [Unsigned]"Birth-day Tribute" National Anti-Slavery Standard (14 May 1864): [4]
  121. [Unsigned]"Birth-day Tribute" The Anglo-African (21 May 1864): [4]
  122. Brown Eyed Ruth"The Dying Soldier" The Anglo-African (6 August 1864): [2]
  123. Corduroy"Abraam and Columbia" National Anti-Slavery Standard (6 August 1864): [1]
  124. William Blake"'The Little Black Boy'" National Anti-Slavery Standard (20 August 1864): [4]
  125. James H. Hill"'My Maryland—My Maryland!'" The Anglo-African (5 November 1864): [1]
  126. William E. Pabor"The Eve of Election!" National Anti-Slavery Standard (5 November 1864): [3]
  127. Ellen Murray"Olustee" National Anti-Slavery Standard (17 December 1864): [4]
  128. Ellen Murray"Olustee" The Anglo-African (24 December 1864): [4]
  129. A. Q. W."Edmonia Lewis" The Anglo-African (31 December 1864): [4]
  130. Frances E. W. Harper"The Mother's Blessing" The Anglo-African (21 January 1865): [2]
  131. A. E."Free Missouri" National Anti-Slavery Standard (28 January 1865): [4]
  132. A. E."Free Missouri" The Anglo-African (4 February 1865): [4]
  133. [Unsigned]"Laus Deo!" National Anti-Slavery Standard (18 February 1865): [4]
  134. G. H. Thomas"'Dulce Est Mori Pro Patria'" The Anglo-African (25 February 1865): [2]
  135. J. R. Jr."Equal Rights League Song" The Anglo-African (11 March 1865): [1]
  136. S. E. Carmichael"Amputated" National Anti-Slavery Standard (11 March 1865): [4]
  137. F. B. Sanborn"Abraham Lincoln" National Anti-Slavery Standard (29 April 1865): [4]
  138. Sarah Greenbrier"Lines on the Death of President Lincoln" The Anglo-African (6 May 1865): [1]