The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21). rn VOLUME XVII. Later National Literature, Part II.

X. Later Poets



Works. Boston, 1883. New Uniform ed., 6 vols., Boston and New York, 1885. Riverside ed., 8 vols., Boston and New York, 1896. New Riverside ed., 8 vols., Boston and New York, 1897 [also Large Paper ed.]. Popular ed., 7 vols., Boston and New York, 1900. Riverside ed., 9 vols., Boston and New York, 1907 [3 eds. from same plates.] Pocket ed., 9 vols., Boston and New York, 1916. Poems, 1863. Boston, 1865, 1882. Illustrated by the Paint and Clay Club, Boston, 1882. Household ed., Boston and New York, 1885, 1895. Riverside ed., 2 vols., Boston and New York, 1896. Revised and Complete Household ed., Boston and New York, 1897, 1900, 1907. Astor ed., New York, 1908. Popular Poets series, Boston and New York, 1909. XXXVI Lyrics and XII Sonnets [Selections from The Cloth of Gold and The Flower and Thorn]. Boston and New York, 1881. Babie Bell, Little Violinist, and Other Verse and Prose. Boston, 1898. Book of Songs and Sonnets. Boston and New York, 1906 (o.p.). Shadows of the Flowers. Boston and New York, 1912. The Bells: A Collection of Chimes. 1855, 1858. Babie Bell and Other Poems. Boston, 1856, 1859, 1877, 1878. New York, 1906. The Course of True Love, 1858. Pampinea and Other Poems. [Title on cover: Poems of a Year.] 1861. Jubilee Days [sixteen poems in this collection contributed by Aldrich]. Boston, 1872. The Cloth of Gold and Other Poems. Boston, 1874. The Flower and Thorn: Later Lyrics. Boston, 1876, 1877. Friar Jerome’s Beautiful Book. Boston and New York, 1881. Large Paper ed. Boston and New York, 1896. Mercedes and Later Lyrics. Boston, 1883, 1884. Wyndham Towers: A Poem. Boston and New York, 1890. The Sister’s Tragedy with Other Poems. Boston and New York, 1891. Unguarded Gates and Other Poems. Boston and New York, 1895. Later Lyrics. Boston and New York. 1896. Judith and Holofernes. Boston and New York, 1896.

See, also, Bibliographies to Book III, Chaps. VI and XI.

Boynton, H. W. The Literary Work of Aldrich. Putnam’s, June, 1907.

Fawcett, E. The Poems of Aldrich. Atlantic, Dec. 1874.

Greenslet, F. Life of Thomas Bailey Aldrich. Boston and New York, 1908.

More, P. E. Shelburne Essays, 7, 138–152. London and New York, 1910.

Perry, B. Park Street Papers, pp. 143–170. Boston and New York, 1908.

Phelps, Albert. The Value of Aldrich’s Verse. Atlantic, August, 1907.

Winter, William. Old Friends, pp. 132–152. 1909.

Allen, Mrs. Elizabeth Chase Akers. Forest Buds from the Woods of Maine. Boston, 1856. The Story of Thomas Fish [in Israel Washburn’s History of Livermore]. Portland, Me. [186–.] Silver Bridge and Other Poems. Boston, 1866. Boston and New York, 1886. Poems. Boston, 1866, 1867, 1868, 1869. Rock Me to Sleep, Mother. Boston, 1882, 1883, 1901. Queen Catherine’s Rose. Dublin, 1885. High Top Sweeting and Other Poems. 1891. Ballad of the Bronx. [Boston] 1901. Sunset Song and Other Verses [Autograph ed.]. Boston, 1902.

Benjamin, Park. Poetry uncollected. See Stedman’s American Anthology (1900), p. 780.

Boker, George Henry. The Lesson of Life and Other Poems. New York and Philadelphia, 1848. The Second Louisiana. n. p., 1863. Poems of the War. Boston and Philadelphia, 1864. Tardy George [How McClellan Took Manassas]. 1865. Our Heroic Themes. Boston, 1865, 1869. The Book of the Dead. Philadelphia, 1882. See, also, Bibliography to Book II, Chap. II.

Butler, William Allen. The Future. 1842 [privately printed], 1846. Barnum’s Parnassus. 1850. Nothing to Wear. 1857, 1890. Nothing to Wear andOther Poems. New ed. 1899. Two Millions: a Satire. New York and London, 1858. Poems. Boston, 1871. General Average. Harper’s Magazine, June, 1871. Oberammergau. 1890.

Carleton, Will. Fox: a Campaign Poem. Chicago, 1868. Poems. n. p., 1871. [Privately printed.] Farm Ballads. 1873, 1898. Out of the Old House, Nancy. 1873. Farm Legends. 1875. The Foes of the Field. Rockford, Ill., 1876. Young Folks’ Centennial Rhymes. 1876. Why Wife and I Quarrelled [or Betsy and I are Out]. 1877. Geraldine: a Romance in Verse. Boston, 1881. Farm Festivals. 1881, 1909. City Ballads. 1885. City Legends. 1889. City Festivals. 1892. Rhymes of Our Planet. 1895. Songs of Two Centuries. 1902. Over the Hill to the Poor House. 1904. Over the Hill from the Poor House. 1904. Poems for Young Americans. 1906. In Old School Days. 1907, 1912. Drifted In. 1908. A Thousand Thoughts from Will Carleton. 1908. A Thousand More Verses from Will Carleton. 1912.

Cary, Alice. Lyra and Other Poems. 1852; enlarged ed., 1855. Poems, Boston, 1854, 1855. Ballads, Lyrics, and Hymns. Boston and New York, 1866, 1868. A Lover’s Diary. Boston, 1867. Poems. Boston and New York, 1907.

Cary, Phoebe. Poems and Parodies. Boston, 1854. Poems of Faith, Hope, and Love. 1867, 1876. One Sweetly Solemn Thought. 1900.

Cary, Alice and Phoebe. Poems. Philadelphia, 1849, 1850. Ballads for Little Folks [ed. Clemmer, Mary]. 1873. Last Poems [ed. Clemmer, Mary]. 1873. Poetical Works. [Memoir by Clemmer, Mary]. Boston and New York, 1873, 1876, 1884, 1886. Household ed. Boston and New York, 1882, Early and Late Poems. Boston and New York, 1887. Poems. New York. 1901. New York, 1903. Boston and New York, 1907.

Cawein, Madison. Bloom of the Berry. Louisville, Ken., 1887. The Triumph of Music and Other Lyrics. Louisville, Ken., 1888. Accolon of Gaul, with Other Poems. Louisville, 1889. Lyrics and Idyls [Limited ed.]. Louisville, 1890. Days and Dreams. 1891. Poems of Nature and Love. 1893. Red Leaves and Roses. 1893. Intimations of the Beautiful, and Poems. 1895. The Garden of Dreams. Louisville, 1896. Undertones. Boston, 1896, 1908. Idyllic Monologues. Louisville, 1898. Shapes and Shadows. Boston, 1898. Myth and Romance: a Book of Verses. 1899. Weeds by the Wall. Louisville, 1901. One Day and Another. [Lyric Library.] 1901. A Voice on the Wind, and Other Poems. Louisville, 1902. Kentucky Poems. London, 1902. [Int. by Edmund Gosse.] The Vale of Tempe. 1905. Nature Notes and Impressions in Prose and Verse. 1906. Poems with an Introduction by Edmund Gosse. Indianapolis, 1907. Works [Edition de Luxe]. 5 volumes. Louisville, 1907. Boston, 1908. [Int. by Edmund Gosse.] An Ode, Read August 15, 1907, at the Dedication of the Monument Erected at Gloucester, Mass., in Commemoration of the Founding of Massachusetts Bay Colony in the Year 1623. Louisville, 1908. Moods and Memories. [n. d.] New Poems. London, 1909. The Giant and the Star: Little Annals in Rhyme. Boston, 1909. Poems [selected by the author], with a Foreword by William Dean Howells. 1911. The Poet, the Fool, and the Fairies. Boston, 1912. The Message of the Lilies. Chicago, 1913. Minions of the Moon: A Little Book of Song and Story. Cincinnati, 1913. Republic: a Little Book of Homespun Verse. Cincinnati, 1913. The Poet and Nature, and the Morning Road. Louisville, 1914. The Cup of Comus: Fact and Fancy. 1915.

Cooke, Rose Terry. Poems. Boston, 1861. New York, 1888, 1890. See also, Bibliography to Book III, Chap. VI.

Crane, Stephen. See Bibliography to Book III, Chap. XI.


Poems. [Ed. by Higginson, T. W., and Todd, M. L.] Boston, 1890. London, 1890. Boston, 1905. Second Series. Boston, 1891, 1893. Third Series. Boston, 1896, 1914. He Ate and Drank the Precious Words. San Francisco, 1900. The Single Hound: Poems of a Life Time. Boston, 1914.

Aldrich, Thos. B. Poête manqué. Ponkapog Papers, pp. 107–111. Boston.

Higginson, T. W. The Letters of Emily Dickinson. Atlantic, Oct., 1891.

—— Carlyle’s Laugh and Other Surprises, pp. 249–283. Boston and New York, 1909.

Price, W. J. Three Forgotten Poetesses. Forum, March, 1912.

Shackford, M. H. The Poetry of Emily Dickinson. Atlantic, January, 1913.

Todd, Mabel Loomis. The Letters of Emily Dickinson, 1845–1886. Boston, 1906.

English, Thomas Dunn. Zephaniah Doolittle. Philadelphia, 1838. Poems. 1847, 1855. The Mormons [verse play]. [1858.] American Ballads. 1880, 1882. The Boy’s Book of Battle Lyrics: Verses Illustrating Events in the History of the United States, with Historical Notes. 1885. Selected Poems [edited by his daughter]. Newark, N. J., 1894. The Ballad of Brave Bill Anthony, n. p., 1898.

Fields, Annie Adams [Mrs. Jas. T. Fields]. Under the Olive. Boston and New York, 1881. The Singing Shepherd and Other Poems. Boston and New York, 1895. Orpheus: a Masque. Boston and New York, 1900.

Gallagher, William Davis. Erato. 3 vols. Cincinnati, 1835–37. Poems. Cincinnati, 1847. Miami Woods, a Golden Wedding, and Other Poems. Cincinnati, 1881.


Poems. 3 vols. 1875. New ed., 1887. Book of Music. 1906. Poems. Household ed. Boston and New York, 1908. Complete Poems. Boston and New York, 1910. The New Day: a Poem in Songs and Sonnets. 1873, 1875. New ed., 1880. The Poet and his Master, and Other Poems. 1878. The Celestial Passion. 1878. Lyrics, 1878. To a Departed Friend, Lyrics, and Other Poems. 1882. Lyrics and Other Poems. 1885. Two Worlds and Other Poems. 1891. The Great Remembrance and Other Poems. 1893. Five Books of Song. 1894, 1897. Revised ed., 1900. For the Country. 1897. In Palestine and Other Poems. New York and London, 1898. Poems and Inscriptions. 1901. A Christmas Wreath. 1903. In the Heights. 1905. Fire Divine. 1908. From Love to Love (For a Bride). Chicago, n. d.

Letters. Edited by his daughter, Rosamund Gilder. Boston and New York, 1916.

Woodberry, G. E. Gilder as a Poet. Century, February, 1910.

Greene, Albert Gordon. Anniversary Poem Pronounced before the Philhermenian Society at their Thirty-fourth Celebration, September 2, 1828. Providence, R. I., 1829. Old Grimes. Providence, R. I., 1868.

Halpine, Charles Graham. See Bibliography to Book II, Chap. XIX.

Harte, Francis Bret. See Bibliography to Book III, Chap. VI.

Hay, John. Pike County Ballads and Other Pieces. Boston, 1871, etc. London, 1886. Holiday ed., Boston and New York, 1912. Jim Bludso of the Prairie Belle, and Little Breeches. Boston, 1871. Little Breeches and Other Poems: Humorous, Descriptive, and Pathetic. London, 1871. Lotos Leaves [by John Hay, Alfred Tennyson, Mark Twain, W. Collins, and others]. Boston, 1874. The Enchanted Shirt. 1889. Poems. Boston and New York, 1890, 1899. Poems. London, 1890. Household ed. [Int. by Hay, Clarence L.] Boston and New York, 1917.

See, also, Bibliographies to Book III, Chaps. XI and XV.

Holland, Josiah Gilbert. Works. 1857. Bitter Sweet. 1859, 1863, 1869, 1881. Boston, 1902. Cameo ed., New York, 1892. Katrina. 1868, 1869, 1876, 1881, 1883. Cameo ed. 1892. The Marble Prophecy and Other Poems. 1872. Garnered Sheaves: a Collective Edition. 1873. The Mistress of the Manse. 1874, 1876, 1877, 1881. Complete Poetical Writings. 1879. The Puritan’s Guest, and Other Poems. 1881. See, also, Bibliography to Book III, Chap. XI.


Poems. Washington, 1880. The Laurel: An Ode. Washington, 1889. Lancelot and Guenevere: a Poem in Dramas. 5 vols. 1907: I. The Quest of Merlin. Boston, 1891, 1898; II. The Marriage of Guenevere. Chicago, 1895, Boston, 1898; III. The Birth of Gallahad. Boston, 1898, New York, 1909; IV. Taliesin: a Masque. Boston, 1900; V. The Holy Graal. Boston, 1900. Seaward: Elegy on the Death of Thomas William Parsons. Boston, 1893. Along the Trail: a Book of Lyrics. Boston, 1898. New York, 1907. The Holy Graal and Other Fragments. Edited by Mrs. Richard Hovey with a Preface by Bliss Carman. 1907. To the End of the Trail. Edited, with Notes, by Mrs. Richard Hovey. 1908.

—— and Carman, Bliss. Songs from Vagabondia. Boston, 1893, 1894, 1895 [2 eds.], 1897, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1907. More Songs from Vagabondia. Boston, 1896. Last Songs from Vagabondia. Boston, 1900. Songs from Vagabondia. [Collected ed.], 3 vols., Boston, 1903.

Boynton, P. H. American Poetry, pp. 687–690. 1918.

Ende, Amelie von. The Ethical Message of Richard Hovey’s Poem in Dramas. Poet Lore, January-February, 1909.

Page, C. H. Richard Hovey’s Taliesin—a Poet’s Poem. Bookman, April, 1900.

Rittenhouse, J. B. Younger American Poets, pp. 1–26. Boston, 1904.

Jackson, Helen Hunt. Verses by H. H. Boston, 1870. Enlarged ed., Boston, 1873, 1879. Poems. Boston, 1873. The Story of Boon. Boston, 1874. New ed., Boston, 1879. Bits of Talk in Verse and Prose for Young Folks. Boston, 1876, 1904. Easter Bells: a Poem, with Designs by S. B. Skelding. Boston, 1885. Sonnets and Lyrics. Boston, 1886. Poems. New complete ed. Boston, 1887. A Calendar of Sonnets. Boston, 1891. Poems. Edition de Luxe. Boston, 1892, 1893. See, also, Bibliographies to Book III, Chaps. VI and XI.

Larcom, Lucy. Poems. Boston, 1868. Childhood Songs. Boston and New York, 1873, 1877. New ed., 1883. An Idyll of Work. Boston, 1875. Wild Roses of Cape Ann and Other Poems. Boston, 1880. Poetical Works. Household ed., Boston and New York, 1884. Easter Gleams, Boston and New York, 1890. At the Beautiful Gate and Other Songs of Faith. Boston and New York, 1892.

Larcom, Lucy. A New England Girlhood. Boston, 1889.

Lazarus, Emma. Poems and Translations. 1866. Admetus and Other Poems. 1871. The Spagnoletto [verse play]. 1876. [Privately printed]. Songs of a Semite, the Dance to Death and Other Poems. 1882. The Banner of the Jew. 1882, 1898. Poems: Complete, with a Biographical Sketch. 2 vols. Boston and New York, 1889.

Leland, Charles Godfrey. See Bibliography to Book III, Chap. IX.

Lunt, George. The Grave of Byron, with Other Poems. Boston, 1826. Leisure Hours: a Series of Occasional Poems. Boston, 1826. Poems, 1839. Lyric Poems, Sonnets, and Miscellanies. Boston, 1843, 1854, 1884. The Age of Gold. Boston, 1843. The Dove and the Eagle. Boston, 1851. Lyric Poems. Boston, 1854. Julia. Boston, 1855. The Union. Boston, 1860. Requiem: To the Memory of the Slain in Battle. Boston, 1862. Poems. Boston, 1884.


Poetical Works. Household ed., Boston and New York, 1882. Revised ed., San Francisco, 1897, 1902. Collected and Edited by the Author. 5 vols., San Francisco, 1908. De Luxe Edition, 6 vols., Oakland, Cal., 1909. Bear ed., 6 vols., San Francisco, 1909–10. 6 vols., San Francisco, 1915. Bear ed., 7 vols., San Francisco, 1917. 7 vols., Los Angeles, Cal., 1917. Specimens. n. p. 1868. Joaquin et Al: Poems. Portland, Ore., 1869. Songs. of the Sunlands. Boston, 1871, 1873. Pacific Poems. London, 1871 [Privately printed; later incorporated in Songs of the Sierras]. Songs of the Sierras. London, 1870, Boston and London, 1871. New revised ed., Chicago, 1892. Songs of the Desert. Boston, 1875. Songs of Italy. Boston, 1878. Songs of the Mexican Seas. Boston, 1887. In Classic Shades and Other Poems. Chicago, 1890. Songs of Summer Lands. Chicago, 1892. The Building of the City Beautiful: a Poetic Romance. Chicago, 1893. San Francisco, 1905. Songs of the Soul. San Francisco, 1896. Chants for the Boer. San Francisco, 1900. As it Was in the Beginning. San Francisco, 1903. Light: a Narrative Poem. Boston, 1907.

—With other writers Happy Days: Stories and Poems. Oakland, Cal., 1906. Kindergarten Gems for Home and Kindergarten. Akron, O., 1907.

Boynton, P. H. American Poetry, 684–687. 1918.

Garland, Hamlin. The Poet of the Sierras. Sunset Magazine. June, 1913.

The Literary Autobiography of Joaquin Miller. How I Came to be a Writer of Books. Lippincott’s Magazine, July, 1886.

Mitchell, Silas Weir. The Hill of Stones and Other Poems. Boston, 1882. A Masque and Other Poems. Boston and New York, 1887. The Cup of Youth and Other Poems. Boston and New York, 1889. The Psalm of Deaths and Other Poems. Boston and New York, 1890. Francis Drake: Tragedy of the Sea. Boston and New York, 1892. Mother and OtherPoems. Boston and New York, 1892. Philip Vernon: a Tale in Prose and Verse. 1895. Collected Poems. 1896. The Wager and Other Poems. 1900, 1901. Works. 10 vols., 1901. The Comfort of the Hills. 1909. [Privately printed.] The Comfort of the Hills and Other Poems. 1910. Complete Poems. 1914. See, also, Bibliography to Book III, Chap. XI, for Dr. Mitchell’s novels.


Poems. Boston and New York, 1901. Poems and Plays, with an Introduction by J. M. Manly. 2 vols. Boston and New York, 1912. The Masque of Judgment. Boston, 1900. The Fire Bringer. Boston and New York, 1904. See, also, Bibliography to Book III, Chap. XVIII.

Boynton, P. H. American Poetry, 690–697. 1918.

Hagedorn, H. William Vaughn Moody. Independent, 6 February, 1913.

Lewis, C. M. William Vaughn Moody. Yale Review, July, 1913.

Lewis, E. H. William Vaughn Moody. Chicago. 1914. [Privately printed for the Chicago Literary Club.]

Mason, D. G. Some Letters of William Vaughn Moody. Edited with an Introduction. Boston and New York, 1913.

Sinclair, May. Three Poets of To-day. Atlantic, September, 1906.

Moulton, Louise Chandler. This, That, and the Other: Stories, Essays, and Poems. Boston, 1854. Poems. Boston, 1877. Swallow Flights and Other Poems. London, 1877. Boston, 1878. New ed. [with additional poems], Boston, 1892. In the Garden of Dreams: Lyrics and Sonnets. Boston, 1889, 1890. Poems. Boston, 1892. In Childhood’s Country. Boston, 1896, 1906. At the Wind’s Will: Lyrics and Sonnets. Boston, 1899. Poems and Sonnets: with an Introduction by H. P. Spofford. Boston, 1909.

O’Brien, Fitz-James. See Bibliography to Book III, Chap. VI.

O’Reilly, J. Boyle. Songs of the Southern Seas, and Other Poems. Boston, 1873. Songs, Legends, and Ballads. Boston, 1878. The Statues in the Block and Other Poems. Boston, 1881. The Three Queens: Poem Read before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Dartmouth College, June 29, 1881. 1881 [Privately printed]. America. Boston, 1882. In Bohemia. Boston, 1886. Selected Poems, Edited with an Introduction by W. A. Hovey. Boston, 1904. Life of J. B. O’Reilly with his Complete Poems and Speeches. Edited by J. J. Roche. Philadelphia, 1909, 1915. Selected Poems. 1913. Selections from the Writings of J. B. O’Reilly and A. J. Ryan (Lakeside Series). Chicago, 1904, 1905.

Parsons, T. W. Poems. Boston, 1854, 1855, 1856. Ghetto di Roma. Boston, 1854. The Weary. Cambridge, Mass., 1865 [80 copies privately printed]. The Rosary. Cambridge, Mass., 1865. The Magnolia and Other Poems. Cambridge, Mass., 1867 [Privately printed]. The Old House at Sudbury. Cambridge, Mass., 1870. The Shadow of the Obelisk and Other Poems. London, 1872. The Birthday of Michael Angelo. London, 1875. Poems. Boston and New York, 1893.

Piatt, J. J. Poems in Sunshine and Firelight. Cincinnati, 1866. Poems. Cincinnati, 1868. Western Windows and Other Poems. 1869, 1877. Landmarks and Other Poems. Boston, 1871, 1872. New ed., Boston, 1877. The Lost Faun and Other Poems. Boston, 1877. Poems of House andHome. Boston, 1879. Idylls and Lyrics of the Ohio Valley. Cincinnati, 1881. London, 1884. Boston and New York, 1888. New ed., 1892. At the Holy Well, with a handful of New Verses. Cincinnati, 1887, Dublin, 1887. A Dream of Church Windows: Poems of House and Home. Revised ed., Boston and New York, 1888. A Book of Gold and Other Sonnets. Boston, 1889. The Lost Hunting Ground: Little New-World Idylls, and Other Poems. 1893. The Ghost’s Entry and Other Poems. London, 1895. Odes in Ohio and Other Poems. Cincinnati, 1897.

—— and Howells, W. D. Poems of Two Friends. Columbus, Ohio, 1860.

—— and Piatt, Sarah M. B. The Nests at Washington and Other Poems. 1864. Children Out-of-Doors: A Book of Verses. By Two in One House. Edinburgh, 1884. Cincinnati, 1885, 1907.

Piatt, Sarah M. B. [Mrs. J. J. Piatt]. A Voyage to the Fortunate Isles and Other Poems. Boston, 1871, 1874. New ed., Boston, 1885. A Woman’s Poems. Boston, 1871. That New World and Other Poems. Boston, 1876. Poems in Company with Children. Boston, 1877. Dramatic Persons and Moods, with Other New Poems. Boston, 1880. A Book about Baby and Other Poems. Boston, 1884. An Irish Garland. Edinburgh, 1884. An Irish Garland: New Poems. Boston and New York, 1885. In Primrose Time: a New Irish Garland. Edinburgh, 1884. London, 1886. Boston, 1886. Selected Poems. London, Boston, and New York, 1885. Child’s-World Ballads. Cincinnati, 1887. New Series. Cincinnati, 1895. Three Little Emigrants. Cincinnati, 1887. The Witch in the Glass and Other Poems. Boston and New York, 1888. An Irish Wild Flower [short poems]. 1891. An Enchanted Castle, and Other Poems, Pictures, Portraits, and People in Ireland. London and New York, 1893. Complete Poems. 2 vols. 1894. The Gift of Tears. Cincinnati, 1907.

Prentice, G. D. See Bibliography to Book II, Chap. XIX.

Read, Thomas Buchanan. Poems. Boston, 1847. London, 1851. New and Enlarged ed., Philadelphia, 1854. Philadelphia, 1856. Illustrated ed., Philadelphia, 1856. New and Enlarged ed., 2 vols., 1860, 1865. 3 vols., Philadelphia, 1866. Revised ed., 1 vol., Philadelphia, 1882. Revised ed., Philadelphia, 1883. 3 vols., Philadelphia, 1903. Lyrics. London, 1852. Enlarged ed., Philadelphia, 1853. Lays and Ballads. Philadelphia, 1849. The New Pastoral, Philadelphia, 1855, 1856. The House by the Sea. Philadelphia, 1856. Rural Poems. London and New York, 1857. Sylvia, or the Lost Shepherd, an Eclogue; and Other Poems. Philadelphia, 1857. The Wagoner of the Alleghanies: a Poem of the Days of Seventy-six. Philadelphia, 1862, 1882, 1884, 1885. A Summer Story, Sheridan’s Ride, and Other Poems. Philadelphia, 1865. The Good Samaritans. Cincinnati, 1867. Sheridan’s Ride. New York, 1867. Philadelphia, 1890, 1891. Drifting. Philadelphia, 1880. Christine. Philadelphia, 1883. The Closing Scene [with Gray’s Elegy and Goldsmith’s Hermit]. Philadelphia, 1887.

Realf, Richard. Guesses at the Beautiful. London, 1852. Buffalo, 1890. Poems, with a Memorial by R. J. Hinton. 1888, 1898. Free-State Poems; Edited by R. J. Hinton. Topeka, Kans., 1901.


Poems and Prose Sketches. 10 vols., 1887. Homestead ed., 10 vols., 1897, 1898; 12 vols. 1902, 1903. Complete Works … Edited by Edmund H. Eitel.6 vols., Indianapolis, 1913. Deer Creek ed., 7 vols., Indianapolis, 1916. Greenfield ed., 14 vols., Indianapolis, 1916. Complete Works. 10 vols. Indianapolis, 1916. Gems from Riley. 1904. Flowers and Fruits from Riley. 1909. Riley Panels: Six Poems, Lettered and Decorated by Ralph Fletcher Seymour. Printed separately as Panels, Indianapolis, 1909. The Golden Year; Compiled by C. E. Laughlin: Indianapolis and New York [1910]. Lockerbie Book: Containing Poems not in Dialect. Indianapolis, 1911. Riley Baby Book: Autograph Verses Reproduced in Facsimile. Indianapolis, 1913. Riley Reader. Selected, Graded, and with Suggestions for the Observance of Riley Day: Indianapolis, 1915. The Hoosier Book: Containing Poems in Dialect. Indianapolis, 1916. The Old Swimmin’ Hole and ’Leven More Poems. Indianapolis, 1883. The Boss Girl and Other Sketches [stories and poems]. Indianapolis, 1886. Character Sketches and Poems. Indianapolis, 1887. Afterwhiles: Poems and Sonnets. Indianapolis, 1887, 1888. Old Fashioned Roses. New York and London, 1888, 1891. New York, 1912. Pipes o’ Pan at Zekesbury. Indianapolis, 1889. Rhymes of Childhood Days. Indianapolis, 1890. Flying Islands of the Night [verse drama]. Indianapolis, 1891, 1892, 1913. Neighborly Poems on Friendship, Grief, and Farm Life. Indianapolis, 1891. That Old Sweetheart of Mine. Indianapolis, 1891, 1902, 1912, 1915, 1916, Green Fields and Running Brooks. Indianapolis, 1892, 1893. Poems Here at Home. 1893. Illustrated by D. Kemble. Indianapolis, 1916. Armazindy. Indianapolis, 1894. The Rubáiyát of Doc Sifers. 1897. Indianapolis, 1912. The Child-World. Indianapolis and New York, 1897. Child Rhymes. Indianapolis, 1898, 1905. Love Lyrics. Indianapolis, 1899, 1905. Home Folks. Indianapolis, 1900. Farm Rhymes. Indianapolis, 1901, 1905, 1916. Book of Joyous Children. 1902. Riley Album [ten songs]. 1902. His Pa’s Romance. Indianapolis, 1903. A Defective Santa Claus. Indianapolis, 1904. Out to Old Aunt Mary’s. Indianapolis, 1904, 1912. Songs o’ Cheer. Indianapolis, 1905. While the Heart Beats Young. Indianapolis, 1906. Morning. Indianapolis, 1907. Boys of the Old Glee Club. Indianapolis, 1907, 1908. Home Again with Me. Indianapolis, 1907, 1912. The Raggedy Man. Indianapolis, 1907. Little Orphant Annie’s Book. Indianapolis, 1908, 1912. Child Verse. First and Second Series. Indianapolis, 1908. Illustrated by Ethel Franklin Betts. Indianapolis, 1916. Songs of Summer. Indianapolis, 1908. Old Schoolday Romances [also known as Friday Afternoon]. Indianapolis, 1909. Riley Roses. Indianapolis, 1909, 1912. Squire Hawkin’s Story. Indianapolis and New York, 1910. The Girl I Loved. Indianapolis, 1910, 1912. Songs of Home. Indianapolis, 1910. A Summer’s Day and Other Poems. Indianapolis, 1911. Boy Lives on Our Farm. Indianapolis, 1911. Down Around the River, and Other Poems. Indianapolis, 1911. Ef You Don’t Watch Out. Indianapolis, 1911. When She was About Sixteen. Indianapolis, 1911. When the Frost is on the Pumpkin, and Other Poems. Indianapolis, 1911. The Old Swimmin’ Hole and Other Poems. Indianapolis, 1912. All the Year Round. Indianapolis, 1912. Knee Deep in June, and Other Poems. Indianapolis, 1912. The Prayer Perfect and Other Poems. Indianapolis, 1912. Away. Indianapolis, 1913. The Rose. Indianapolis, 1913, 1914. Do They Miss Me? Indianapolis, 1913. Good-bye, Jim. Indianapolis, 1913. He and I. Indianapolis, 1913. Her Beautiful Eyes. Indianapolis, 1913. Songs of Long Ago. Indianapolis, 1913. When My Dreams Come True. Indianapolis, 1913. Contentment. Indianapolis, 1914. Days Gone By. Indianapolis, 1914. The Glad Sweet Face of Her. Indianapolis, 1914. Just be Glad. Indianapolis, 1914. To My Friend: Decorated by E. H. Chamberlain. Indianapolis, 1914. When She Comes Home. Indianapolis, 1914. Old Times Were the Best. Indianapolis, 1915. The Old Soldier’s Story: Poems and Prose Sketches. Indianapolis, 1915. Songs of Friendship. Indianapolis. 1915. The Runaway Boy. Indianapolis, 1916. Name of Old Glory: Poems of Patriotism, with an Appreciation of the Poet by Booth Tarkington. Indianapolis, 1917.

—— with Nye, Edgar Wilson. Poems and Yarns. Chicago and New York, 1893. Wit and Humor: Poems and Yarns. Chicago, 1896. As On the “Shoe-String Limited” with Nye and Riley: James Whitcomb Riley’s Poems and Bill Nye’s Yarns. Chicago, 1905.

Carman, Bliss. Mr. Riley’s Poetry. Atlantic, Sept., 1898.

Daggett, M. P. In Lockerbie Street. 1909.

Nicholson, Meredith. James Whitcomb Riley. Atlantic, Oct., 1916.

Tevis, C. V. “Jim” Riley: an Appreciation. Bookman, August, 1912.

Sargent, Epes. Velasco. 1839. Songs of the Sea and Other Poems. Boston, 1847, 1849. Poems. Boston, 1858. The Woman Who Dared. Boston, 1869.

Shaler, Nathaniel Southgate. From Old Fields: Poems of the Civil War. Boston and New York, 1906. Elizabeth of England. 5 vols. Boston and New York, 1903.

Sherman, Frank Dempster. Madrigals and Catches. 1887. Lyrics for a Lute. Boston and New York, 1890. Little Folk Lyrics. Boston and New York, 1892. New enlarged ed., Boston and New York, 1897. School ed., Boston and New York, 1909. Lyrics of Joy. Boston and New York, 1904. Poems: Edited with an Introduction by Clinton Scollard. Boston and New York, 1917.

—— and Bangs, John Kendrick. New Waggings of Old Tales. Boston and New York, 1887, 1888.

—— and Scollard, Clinton. A Southern Flight. Clinton, New York, 1905.

Sill, Edward Rowland. The Hermitage and Other Poems. London, 1867. New York, 1867, 1868. The Venus of Milo and Other Poems. [Privately printed at Berkeley, California. 1882.] Berkeley, California, 1888. Poems. Boston and New York, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1902. The Hermitage and Later Poems. Boston and New York, 1889. Christmas in California: a Poem. San Francisco, 1898. Hermione and Other Poems. Boston and New York, 1900. Poetical Works. Household ed., Boston and New York, 1906.

Parker, W. B. Edward Rowland Sill, His Life and Work. Boston and New York, 1915.

Spofford, Harriet Prescott. See Bibliography to Book III, Chap. VI.


Poems: Lyrical and Idyllic. Boston and New York, 1860, 1869. Poems. Boston, 1873. Farringford ed., 3 vols., Boston, 1873. Household ed., Boston and New York, 1884, 1891, 1897, 1901. New Household ed., Boston and New York, 1908. Poems Now First Collected. Boston and New York, 1894. Songs of Yale [some contributions by Stedman]. New Haven, Connecticut, 1853. The Prince’s Ball. 1860. [A brochure from Vanity Fair.] TheBattle of Bull Run. 1861. Alice of Monmouth: an Idyll of the Great War. 1863, 1864, 1869. The Blameless Prince and Other Poems. Boston, 1869. Rip Van Winkle and his Wonderful Nap. Boston, 1870. Hawthorne and Other Poems. Boston, 1878. Lyrics and Idylls. London, 1879. [70 poems from volumes previously published in America.] Songs and Ballads. Boston and New York, 1884. The Star Bearer. Boston, 1884, 1888. The Lord’s Prayer: Poem Translated from the Old German. 1890. Mater Coronata. Boston and New York, 1901. The Inland City: a Poem and a Letter. Norwich [Connecticut]. Free Academy. 1906. See, also, Bibliography to Book III, Chap. XIII.

Boynton, H. W. Edmund Clarence Stedman, Putnam’s, June, 1908.

Fuller, M. A New England Childhood. [Stedmans.] Boston, 1916.

Howells, W. D. [No title]. Harper’s Monthly, Feb., 1911.

Piatt, J. J. Mr. Stedman’s Poetry. Atlantic, March, 1878.

Stedman, Laura, and Gould, G. M. Life and Letters of Edmund Clarence Stedman. 1910.

Stoddard, Charles Warren. Poems. San Francisco, 1867. Apostrophe to the Skylark: Selections, with an Appreciation of Charles Warren Stoddard by G. Wharton James. Los Angeles, California, 1909. Poems. 1917. Poems. Collected by Ina Coolbirth. Boston, 1917. See, also, Bibliography to Book III, Chap. XIV.

Stoddard, Elizabeth Drew Barstow. [Mrs. R. H. Stoddard.] Remember: A Keepsake. 1869. Poems. Boston and New York, 1895.


Poems. Boston, 1850, 1852. Complete ed., New York, 1880. Footprints. 1849. [Privately printed.] Adventures in Fairy Land: a Book for Young People. Boston, 1853. Songs of Summer. Boston, 1857. The King’s Bell. 1863, 1865, 1866. London, 1864. Abraham Lincoln: an Horatian Ode. 1865. The Story of Little Red Riding Hood. Boston and New York, 1865. The Children in the Wood. Boston and New York, 1865. The Book of the East. Boston, 1867. Putnam the Brave. Boston, 1870. The Book of the East and Other Poems. Boston, 1871. The Lion’s Cub, with Other Verse. 1890.

Story, William Wetmore. Nature and Art. Boston, 1844. Poems, 1845, 1847, 1850, 1852. Poems. Boston, 1847, 1856, 1885. Cleopatra’s Dream. 1847. Poems. 2 vols. 1866. Graffiti d’Italia. 1868. Edinburgh, 1869. A Roman Lawyer in Jerusalem. Boston, 1870. Nero: a Historical Play. 1875. Stephania. Edinburgh, 1875. Ode on the Anniversary of the Landing of Governor John Endicott. 1878. He and She, or a Poet’s Portfolio [prose and verse]. Boston and New York, 1884. Poems. 2 vols. Boston, New York, and Edinburgh, 1885, 1886. He and She, or a Poet’s Portfolio: Later Readings. Boston and New York, 1894. Works. 8 vols., Boston and New York, 1911. Confessional. n. p. n. d.

James, Henry. William Wetmore Story and His Friends. Boston and London, 1903. 2 vols.

Street, Alfred Billings. The Burning of Schenectady, and Other Poems. Albany, New York, 1842. Drawings and Tintings. 1844. Fugitive Poems. 1846. Frontenac: or the Artotarho of the Iroquois: a Metrical Romance. Londonand New York, 1849. Albany, 1866. In Memoriam: President Lincoln Dead. Albany, 1870. Burgoyne. Albany, 1877.

—— and Hows, John A. Forest Pictures in the Adirondacks [sixteen original poems by Street]. Boston, 1864.


Works. Household ed., 14 vols. Boston and New York, 1870. Works. 16 vols., n. d. [before 1876]. Dramatic Works. Boston, 1880. Poems and Ballads. 1854. Poems. Blue and Gold ed., Boston, 1864. Cabinet ed., Boston, 1865. Household ed., Boston and New York, 1880, 1901, 1902. Edited, with a Biographical Sketch, by Marie Hansen Taylor and H. E. Scudder, 6 vols., Boston and New York, 1885. Dramatic Poems. Household ed., Boston and New York, 1885. Astor ed., 1907. Ximena. Philadelphia. 1844. Rhymes of Travel, Ballads, and Poems. London and Boston, 1848, 1849, 1851. Rhymes of Travel and California Ballads. 1850. The American Legend: A Poem before the Phi Beta Kappa of Harvard University, July 18, 1850. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1850. Book of Romances, Lyrics, and Songs. London and Boston, 1851. Poems of the Orient. Boston, 1854, 1855, 1862 [6th ed.]. Poems of Home and Travel. Boston, 1855, 1862. The Poet’s Journal. London and Boston, 1862. The Picture of Saint John. Boston, 1866. The Golden Wedding: a Masque. Philadelphia, 1868. The Ballad of Abraham Lincoln. Boston, 1870. The Masque of the Gods [verse drama]. Boston, 1872. Lars: a Pastoral of Norway. Boston, 1873. The Prophet [drama]. Boston, 1874. Home Pastorals, Ballads, and Lyrics. Boston, 1875. The Echo Club and Other Literary Diversions. Boston, 1876; with Prologue by R. H. Stoddard, New York, 1895. The National Ode. Printed in Perfect Facsimile of the MS. Boston, 1876. [Obsequies in Rome of King Victor Emanuel (contains a poem by Taylor in English and Italian) 1878.] Prince Deukalion: a Lyrical Drama. London and Boston, 1878. Home Ballads. Boston, 1882. See, also, Bibliography to Book III, Chaps. XI and XIV.

Smyth, A. H. Bayard Taylor. Boston and New York, 1895.

Stoddard, R. H. Review of Life and Works. Critic, 11 Oct., 1884.

Taylor, Marie Hansen, and Kiliani, Lilian Bayard Taylor. On Two Continents. 1905.

Taylor, Marie Hansen, and Scudder, H. E. Life and Letters of Bayard Taylor. 2 vols. Boston and New York, 1884.

Vincent, L. H. Life, Character, and Work of Bayard Taylor. American Literary Masters, pp. 401–414. Boston and New York, 1906.

Winter, William. Old Friends, Chapter VI. 1909.

Thaxter, Celia Leighton. Poems. 1872. Enlarged ed., 1876. 11th ed., 1883. Drift-Weed. Boston, 1879. Poems for Children. Boston, 1884. The Cruise of the Mystery and Other Poems. Boston and New York, 1886. Idylls and Pastorals. Boston, 1886. Verses. Boston, 1891. Poems. 3 vols., Boston and New York, 1894. Stories and Poems for Children. Edited by Sarah Orne Jewett. Boston and New York, 1895. Poems. Appledore edition. Edited by Sarah Orne Jewett. Boston and New York, 1896.

Thompson, James Maurice. Songs of Fair Weather. Boston, 1883. Poems. Boston and New York, 1892. Lincoln’s Grave: Harvard Phi Beta Kappa Poem of 1893. Chicago, 1894.

Ward, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. Poetic Studies. Boston, 1875. Songs of the Silent World. Boston, 1885. Little Poems for Little People. Boston, 1886. See, also, Book III, Chap. VII.

Whitman, Sarah Helen Power. Hours of Life and Other Poems. Providence, R. I., 1854. Poems. Providence, R. I., 1878. Poems. Boston, 1879.

—— and Power, Anna M. Fairy Ballads [The Golden Ball, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty]. Boston, 1867, 1868.

Winter, William. The Convent and Other Poems. Boston, 1854. Poems. Boston, 1855. The Queen’s Domain and Other Poems. 1858. My Witness. Boston, 1871. Thistledown. London and Boston, 1878. Poems. Complete ed., Boston, 1881. Wanderers. Boston, 1888, 1891. New ed., New York, 1892. Poems. 1894. Mary of Magdala. 1903. Poems, Author’s ed., 1909 [also Large Paper ed.]. Works. n. d.

See, also, Bibliography to Book III, Chaps. XIII and XVIII.

Winthrop, Theodore. See Bibliography to Book III, Chap. XI.