American Poetry, 1609-1870 Reel Listing

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Reel: 162, No. 2893
Pollock, Edward.

Ode to California [and] Poem.

San Francisco, C.F. Robbins. 1857

(In Society of California Pioneers, San Francisco. Oration delivered ... at their celebration of the seventh anniversary of the admission of the State of California unto the Union ...; p. [18]-24).

Reel: 162, No. 2894
Pittsinger, Eliza A.


(San Francisco, C.A. Calhoun). 1862

(In Society of California Pioneers, San Francisco. Ceremonies at the laying of the corner stone of the new Pioneer Hall ...; p. [10]-11).

Reel: 162, No. 2895
Society of California Pioneers. San Francisco (Calif.).

Oration and poem before the Society of California Pioneers, at their celebration of the [4th] anniversary of the admission of the state of California into the Union.

San Francisco, O'Meara & Painter, Printers. 1854

By E.J.C. Kewen, esq., and Hon. Frank Soule. San Francisco, September 9th, 1854.; Poem by Frank Soule: p. [21]-24.

Reel: 162, No. 2896
Spear, Thomas G.

Admission poem.

San Francisco, Published by Order of the Society. 1870

(In Society of California Pioneers, San Francisco. Twentieth anniversary. p. [17]-25).

Reel: 162, No. 2897
Society of the Army and Navy of the Gulf.

Report of the.

New York. 1870

annual reunion. [1st, 1869]; 1 v.; 23 cm.; No more published?; Contains The poem, by A.J.H. Duganne.

Reel: 162, No. 2898
Society without veil, and the national behest.

New York, Printed by J.P. Prall. 1851

By one of the people.; 218 p., 1 l.; 19 cm.; In verse.

Reel: 162, No. 2899
The Soldier's sacrifice: a poem for the times.

Stoughton, Published by the author. 1865

Respectfully dedicated to our returning veterans. By M.S.H.; 38 p.; 19 cm.

Reel: 162, No. 2900
The Soldier's story, and other stories.

New York. 1853

128 p.; illus. plates. front.; 15 cm.; Contains poetry.; Copyright by Lewis Colby & Co.

Reel: 162, No. 2901
Soliloquy of a fallen woman; or, The lament over virtue lost.

New York, M.C. Jordan & co. 1868

viii, [9]-13 p., 1 l.; 13.5 cm.; In verse; at end: In memoriam M.J.D. By M.J.D., born in Baltimore Maryland, June 23, 1840, died in Chicago, Illinois, December 20, 1866, aged 26 years, 5 months, 28 days.

Reel: 162, No. 2902
[Somerby, Frederick Thomas] 1814-1871.

The pigmies and the priests.

New York. 1863

[By Cymon.] [pseud.]; 7 p.; 20 cm.; Cover bound in.

Reel: 162, No. 2903
Somerby, Washington Folsom.

Sabbath in the city and Home lyrics.

Boston, B.B. Mussey. 1854

208 p.; port.

Reel: 162, No. 2904
Sommarsall, James.


Savannah, The author. 1853

written on various occasions.; 51 p.; 18 cm.

Reel: 162, No. 2905
Somniator, [pseud.].


Philadelphia, Gaut and Volkmar. 1859

23 p.; 15 cm.

Reel: 162, No. 2906
Songs and stories.

Charlestown [Mass.] G.W. Hobbs. [1860?]

[30] p.; col. front., col. illus.; 17 cm.; Poetry and prose.; Damrell & Moore, printers, Boston.

Reel: 162, No. 2907
Songs and stories for the little folks.

Charlestown, Mass., G.W. Hobbs. 1859

[30] p.; col. front., col. illus.; 17 cm.; Poetry and prose.

Reel: 162, No. 2908
Soran, Charles.

The Patapsco and other poems.

Baltimore, Printed by Sherwood & co. 1858

3d ed., with additions.; xiii, [9]-194 p.; 19 cm.; "Brief sketch of the life of the author. By Ellen C. Soran": p. [v]-vii.

Reel: 162, No. 2909
Souder, Emily Bliss (Thacker), "Mrs. Edmund A. Souder".

An appeal for the floating church, and other poems.

Philadelphia, King & Baird. 1851

83 p.; 20 cm.

Reel: 162, No. 2910
Souder, Emily Bliss (Thacker), "Mrs. Edmund A. Souder".

Leaves from the battlefield of Gettysburg; a series of letters from a field hospital; and national poems.

Philadelphia, C. Sherman, son & co. 1864

144 p.; front.; 19 cm.; "National poems": p. 75-132.

Reel: 162, No. 2911
South Carolina Infantry. Washington Light Infantry, 1807-.

Proceedings at the inauguration of the monument erected by the Washington light infantry, to the memory of Col. Washington at Magnolia cemetery, May 5th, 1858.

Charleston, Steam power press of Walker, Evans & co. 1858

42 p., 1 l.; 23.5 cm.

Reel: 162, No. 2912
Southern chivalry; the adventures of G. Whillikens, C.S.A., knight of the Golden circle; and of Guinea Pete, his negro squire.

Philadelphia. [c1861]

An epic-doggerel, in six books. By a citizen of the cotton country.; 78 p.; 19 cm.

Reel: 163, No. 2913
Spaulding, Anna Marie.


New York, J. Miller. 1866

287 p.; 16.5 cm.

Reel: 163, No. 2914
Spear, N.T.

The sleigh ride: written for the "Boston Summer and Winter Excursion Society," and read at their first sleighing party, January, 1857, by N.T. Spear.

[Boston?]. 1857

Printed by request, for distribution among the members.; 4 p.; 14 cm.; Cover-title.; A poem.

Reel: 163, No. 2915
"The Spectator," pseud.

The snoblace ball; or, Pill Garlic and his friends.

New York. 1865

72 p.; illus.; 20 cm.

Reel: 163, No. 2916
Spencer, Spence, ed.

The scenery of Ithaca and the head waters of the Cayuga Lake, as portrayed by different writers, and edited by the publisher.

Ithaca, New York, S. Spencer. 1866

150 p., 1 l. incl. front., illus., plates. folded plates.; 18 cm.

Reel: 163, No. 2918
Sperry, Henry Thompson, 1837-1912.

Country love vs. city flirtation; or, Ten chapters from the story of a life.

New York, Carleton. 1865

Reduced to rhyme for convenience sake by H.T. Sperry, with illustrations by Augustus Hoppin.; 90 p.; front., 17 plates.; 18.5 x 14.5 cm.; Head-piece.

Reel: 163, No. 2919
Spinney, S.R.


Boston. 1870

Spinney, Samuel Rogers Carmilhan; an epic poem.; 39 p.; 20 cm.

Reel: 163, No. 2920
Spiritual sea voyage, and other poems.

[Buffalo]. [1861]

47 p.; Lacks t.-p.

Reel: 163, No. 2921
Spitta, Karl Johann Philipp, 1801-1859.

Lyra domestica: translated from the "Psaltery and harp" of C.J.P. Spitta, by Richard Massie.

Boston, E.P. Dutton and Co. 1863

With additional selections by Rev. F.D. Huntington.; xxii, [3]-300 p.; 18 cm.

Reel: 163, No. 2922
Spofford, Harriet Elizabeth (Prescott), 1835-1921.

The amoer gods, and other stories.

Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1863

5 p.l., [3]-432 p.; 18 cm.

Reel: 163, No. 2923
Spofford, Harriet Elizabeth (Prescott), 1835-1921.

Azarian: an episode.

Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1864

1 p.l., [5]-251 p.; 19 cm.; Includes some poetry.

Reel: 163, No. 2924
... Spoilt Piggy Wiggy.

New York, McLoughlin brothers. c1869

8 l., incl. covers. col. illus.; 24 cm.; (Dame Dingle's series.); Cover-title.; Printed leaves facing each other.

Reel: 163, No. 2925
Sprague, Achsa W., Mrs.

I still live; a poem for the times.

Oswego. 1862

19 p.; 20 cm.

Reel: 163, No. 2926
Sprague, Achsa W., d. 1862.

The poet, and other poems.

Boston, W. White and co. 1864

xxiii, 304 p.; 19.5 cm.; "Introductory" remarks signed: M.E.G.

Reel: 163, No. 2927
Sprague, Charles, 1791-1875.

The poetical and prose writings of Charles Sprague.

New York, C.S. Francis & co. 1850

New and revised edition.; [2], iv, [2], [7]-130, [2], 58, [2] p.; front. (port.) 19 cm.

Reel: 163, No. 2928
Sprague, Horace, 1798-1860.


Amsterdam, New York, Printed at the "Recorder" office. 1860

A poem.; 45, [1] p.; 23.5 cm.

Reel: 163, No. 2929
Sprague, Horace, 1798-1860.

Gloversville; or, The model village.

Gloversville, New York, Printed by W.H. Case. 1859

A poem. With an appendix, Containing a succinct history of the same; also, biographical sketches of prominent persons and notices of influential families whose history is connected with its foundation and progress.; vi, [7]-131, [1] p.; 19 cm.; The poem occupies p. [7]-35.

Reel: 163, No. 2930
Sprague's Campaign songs for 1868.

[Cincinnati? Ohio]. [1868]

24 p.; 14 cm.; Cover-title.; Many of the songs are about George H. Pendleton, who lost the Democratic presidential nomination.; Without music.

Reel: 163, No. 2932
Spring blossoms from a distant isle; or, Home compositions, written by a child between the ages of six and fifteen years.

Boston, Ide and Dutton. 1854

Edited by an American lady.; viii, 94 p.; 17.5 cm.

Reel: 163, No. 2933
[Sproat, Nancy].

Lullabies, ditties, and poetic tales for children.

New York, American tract society. [1865]

223 p.; illus.; 16 cm.; Illustrated t.-p.

Reel: 164, No. 2934
Stabat mater.

Cambridge [Mass.] Privately printed. 1868

[By] Jacobus de Benedictis.; 11 p.; 18 cm.; Translated into English by John Dix.

Reel: 164, No. 2935
Stagg, Edward.


Saint Louis, Missouri, Keith & Woods; New York, A.S. Barnes and co. 1852

262 p.; 19 cm.

Reel: 164, No. 2936
Stallknecht, Frederick S.

Ode, written for the occasion.

New York. 1853

(In Commemoration on board U.S. mail steamer Hermann ... July 4th, 1853. 23 cm., p. 8).

Reel: 164, No. 2937
Stanley, E.S.

Life's perilous places.

Hartford, Press of Case, Lockwood and co. [1863]

30 p.; 15 x 12 cm.; In verse.

Reel: 164, No. 2939
Stansbury, Joseph, 1750-1809.

The loyal verses of Joseph Stansbury and Doctor Jonathan Odell; relating to the American revolution.

Albany, J. Munsell. 1860

Now first ed. by Winthrop Sargent.; [iii]-xxi p., 1 l., 199 p.; 28.5 x 23 cm.; [Munsell's historical series, no. 6].

Reel: 164, No. 2940
"The Star-Spangled Banner.".

Boston. 1861

(In The American Traveller. 16 cm. (June 22, 1861) 4 columns).

Reel: 164, No. 2941
Starr, Eliza Allen, 1824-1901.


Philadelphia, H. McGrath. 1867

xii, 224 p.; front.; 18.5 cm.

Reel: 164, No. 2942
Stayman, John Keagy.

Flowers and fossils; and other poems.

Philadelphia, Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger. 1870

viii p., 1 l., [1]-322 p.; 18 cm.

Reel: 164, No. 2943
[Stearns, John Newton] 1829-1895.

Little song for little folks.

Boston, G.F. Bouvé. [186-?]

vi, [7]-108 p.; illus.; 17 cm.; Also published as Merry's illustrated book of rhymes.

Reel: 164, No. 2944
[Stearns, John Newton] 1829-1895.

Merry's illustrated book of rhymes.

Boston, Bartlett and Miles. 1859

By Robert Merry [pseud.] and Hiram Hatchet [pseud.]; vi, [7]-108 p.; illus.; 17.5 cm.

Reel: 164, No. 2945
[Stearns, William Augustus] 1805-1876.

Adjutant Stearns.

Boston, Massachusetts Sabbath school society. [c1862]

160 p.; front. (port.); 18.5 cm.; Portrait without signature and t.-p. without scriptural quotation, both of which appear in another issue with undated t.-p.

Reel: 164, No. 2946
[Stedman, Charles J.].

The Russian ball: or, The adventures of Miss Clementina Shoddy, a humorous description in verse, by a New York editor.

New York, Carleton. 1863

32 p.; 18.5 cm.

Reel: 164, No. 2947
Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908.

Alice of Monmouth, an idyl of the great war, with other poems.

New York, Carleton; London, S. Low, son and co. 1864

151 p.; 17 cm.

Reel: 164, No. 2948
Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908.

The battle of Bull Run.

New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1861

3 p.l., [9]-42 p., 1 l.; 18.5 cm.; "From the New York world, Wednesday, July 23, 1861.".

Reel: 164, No. 2949
Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908.

The blameless prince; and other poems.

Boston, Fields, Osgood & co. 1869

viii, [9]-192 p.; 18 cm.; Title vignette.

Reel: 164, No. 2950
Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908.

Poems, lyrical and idyllic.

New York, C. Scribner. 1860

1 p.l., [v]-viii p., 1 l., [9]-196 p.; 18.5 cm.

Reel: 164, No. 2951
Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908.

Poems, lyric and idyllic.

Boston, Fields, Osgood & co. 1869

viii, [9]-196 p.; 18.5 cm.; "Fourth edition.".

Reel: 164, No. 2952
Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908.

The Prince's ball.

New York, Rudd & Carleton. 1860

A brochure. From "Vanity Fair."; with illustrations by Stephens...; 63 p.; incl. front., 7 p.l.; 19 cm.; A satirical poem on the Prince of Wales' visit to America in 1860.

Reel: 164, No. 2953
[Stedman, Edmund Clarence] 1833-1908.

A reconstruction letter.

New York, Privately printed [Bradstreet press]. 1866

12 p.; 25 cm.; "One hundred copies, octavo."; Caption: From the "Tribune", Sept. 3d, 1866 ... To the Hon. Th-rl-w W-d ... (Actually published in the issue for September 8th); In verse.; Author's autographed presentation copy.

Reel: 164, No. 2954
Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908.

Rip Van Winkle and his wonderful nap.

Boston, Fields, Osgood & co. 1870

With illustrations by Sol Eytinge, jr., engraved and printed in colors by Bobbett, Hooper & co.; 8 p.; col. front., 3 col. p.l.; 17 cm.; (On cover: The Uncle Sam series for American children); Cover illustrated in colors.; In verse.

Reel: 164, No. 2955
Stewart, W. Frank.

Pleasant hours in an eventful life.

San Francisco, J.H. Carmany & co., printers. 1869

vi p., 1 l., [9]-94 p.; 19.5 cm.; Poems.

Reel: 165, No. [?]
Steele, John Beatty, 1796-1884.

Sacred poetical paraphrases, and miscellaneous poems.

New York, Published for the author by Hosford & Ketcham. 1863

vi, [7]-384 p.; 19.5 cm.

Reel: 165, No. 2956
Steendam, Jacob, b. 1616.

Jacob Steendam, noch vaster.

The Hague, The brothers Giunta d'Albani. 1861

A memoir of the first poet in New Netherland, with his poems descriptive of the colony.; 59 p.; front. (port.); 24 cm.; On verso on t.-p.: Printed for private distribution.; Author's motto: "noch vaster."; Preface signed: Hen. C. Murphy.; Poems in Dutch and English on opposite pages; the "Complaint of New Amsterdam" and "The praise of New Netherland" include reproductions of the original title-pages.

Reel: 165, No. 2957
Stephens, Harriet Marion (Ward), 1823-1858.

Home scenes and home sounds; or, The world from my window.

Boston, Fetridge and co. 1854

[Short stories and poems]; 288 p.; front. (port.) plates.; 19.5 cm.

Reel: 165, No. 2958
Stewart, James Monroe.

An essay and other poems.

Norwich. 1852

62 p.

Reel: 165, No. 2959
Stillman, George A.


New York, J.C. Darby; Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co.; [etc., etc.]. 1855

137 p.; 19.5 cm.; Dramatic poem.

Reel: 165, No. 2962
Stillman, William, 1767-1858.

Miscellaneous compositions in poetry and prose.

New London, Printed by F.H. Bacon. 1852

iv, 188 p.; front. (port.); 16.5 cm.; The genealogy of the Stillman family: p. 1-6.

Reel: 165, No. 2963
Stockton, Thomas Hewlings, 1808-1868.

Poems: with autobiographic and other notes.

Philadelphia, W.S. & A. Martien. 1862

(Illustrated by Darley, Hoppin, and others.); ix p., 1 l., 321 p.; front., plates.; 19 cm.; Plates engraved by Frank R. Stockton.

Reel: 165, No. 2964
[Stockton, Thomas Hewlings] 1808-1868.

Stand up for Jesus! A Christian ballad; with notes, illustrations, and music, and a few additional poems.

Philadelphia, T.H. Stockton. 1858

48, [4] p.; front. (port.), illus.; 19 cm.; Music: p. [28]-[32].; Preface and biographical sketch of the Rev. Dudley Atkins Tyng, whose dying words inspired the poem, signed: E.M.

Reel: 165, No. 2965
Stockwell, William Watson, b. 1829.

New songs and poems for the camp and fireside.

Cleveland, Ohio, Viets & Savage, printers. 1864

50 p.; 14.5 cm.

Reel: 165, No. 2966
Stoddard, Charles Warren, 1843-1909.


San Francisco, A. Roman and co. 1867

123 p.; illus.; 22 cm.; Edited anonymously by Bret Harte.

Reel: 165, No. 2967
[Stoddard, Mary].

Safe home; or, The last days and happy death of Fannie Kenyon.

Boston, Gould and Lincoln. 1858

xiv, [15]-76 p.; 14.5 cm.; Preface signed: M.S. [i.e. Mary Stoddard].

Reel: 165, No. 2968
Stoddard, Richard Henry, 1825-1903.

Abraham Lincoln.

New York, Bunce & Huntington. [1865]

An Horation ode.; 12 p.; 23.5 cm.

Reel: 165, No. 2969
Stoddard, Richard Henry, 1825-1903.

The king's bell.

New York, Carleton. 1863

72 p.; illus.; 20 cm.

Reel: 165, No. 2970
Stoddard, Richard Henry, 1825-1903.

The king's bell.

London. 1864

72 p.; 25 cm.

Reel: 165, No. 2971
Stoddard, Richard Henry, 1825-1903.

The king's bell.

New York, Bunce and Huntington. 1866

With illustrations by Alfred Fredericks...; 60 p., 8 l.; 22 cm.

Reel: 165, No. 2972
Stoddard, Richard Henry, 1825-1903.


Boston, Ticknor, Reed and Fields. 1852

2 p.l., [vii]-viii, 127 p.; 18.5 cm.; First edition.

Reel: 165, No. 2973
Stoddard, Richard Henry, 1825-1903.

Songs of summer.

Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1857

vii, 229 p.; 18.5 cm.

Reel: 165, No. 2974
Stoddard, Richard Henry, 1825-1903.

The story of Little Red Riding Hood.


[1] ed.; 8 p.; col. front. plates.; 26 cm.

Reel: 165, No. 2975
Stoddard, Richard Henry, 1825-1903.

The story of Putnam the brave.

Boston, Fields, Osgood & Co. 1870

With illustrations by Alfred Fredericks, engraved and printed in colors by Bobbett, Hooper & Co.; 8 p.; 4 col., plates.; 27 cm.; (On cover: The Uncle Sam series for American children); Covers illustrated in colors.; In verse.

Reel: 165, No. 2976
Stoddard, Richard Henry, 1825-1903.

Town and country, and The voices in the shells.

New York, Dix, Edwards & co. 1857

2 l., 71 p.; illus.; 19 x 14 cm.

Reel: 166, No. 2977
[Stoddard, William Osborn] 1835-1925.

The royal decrees of Scanderoon.

New York, Russells' American steam printing house. 1869

Dedicated by the author to the sachems of Tammany, and to the other grand magnorums of Manhattan.; 45 p.; 5 plates (incl. front.); 18 cm.; Title vignette.

Reel: 166, No. 2978
Stokes, Ellwood Haines, 1815-1897.

A pilgrim's foot prints; or, Passages in the life of Rev. John Hancock, of East Madison, New Jersey.

New York, Dix & Edwards. 1855

200 p.; front. (port.); 16 cm.; Contains poems by John Hancock.

Reel: 166, No. 2979
Stokes, Charles, & Co., Philadelphia (Pa.).

A book of cuttings, from Chas. Stokes & co.'s one price.

[Philadelphia] Henry B. Ashmead. [1866?]

first-class ready-made clothing house ... By their regular "cutter."; [2], 72, [2] p.; Cover title.; Contains poetry.

Reel: 166, No. 2980
Stokes, Charles & Co., Philadelphia (Pa.).

A book of cuttings from Charles Stokes & Co.'s one price first-class ready-made clothing house.

[Philadelphia]. [1866]

by their regular "cutter".; 72 p.; illus.; 17.5 cm.

Reel: 166, No. 2981
Stone, Horatio, 1810?-1875.


Washington, D.C., Philip Solomons; New York, C.T. Evans. 1864

81 p.; 23 cm.

Reel: 166, No. 2982
[Stone, John A.] d. 1864.

Put's golden songster.

San Francisco, D.E. Appleton & co. [c1858]

Containing the largest and most popular collection of California songs ever published. By the author of "Put's original California songster."; 64 p.; 14.5 cm.; Copyright by John A. Stone.; Attributed to John A. Stone. cf. History of music project. A San Francisco songster, 1840-1939. San Francisco [1939].; Without music: tunes indicated by title.; "Mining localities peculiar to California": p. 63-61.

Reel: 166, No. 2983
[Stone, John A.] d. 1864.

Put's original California songster, giving in a few words what would occupy volumes, detailing the hopes, trials and joys of a miner's life.

San Francisco, D.E. Appleton & co. 1868

4th ed., 18th thousand.; vi, 7-64 p.; 15 cm.; On cover: 5th ed., 25th thousand.; Without music: tunes indicated by title.

Reel: 166, No. 2984
Stone, Thomas Newcomb, 1818-1876.

Cape Cod rhymes.

Cambridge [Mass.] Printed at the Riverside press. 1869

2 p.l., [iii]-xiv p., 1 l., [17]-217 p.; 19.5 cm.

Reel: 166, No. 2985
Stories in verse for children.

New York, Carlton & Porter. [c1859]

By the author of "Little Ella."; 73 p.; illus., incl. front.; 15 cm.

Reel: 166, No. 2986
Story, William Wetmore, 1819-1895.

Graffiti d'Italia.

New York, C. Scribner & co.; [etc., etc.]. 1868

viii p., 1 l., 412, [2] p.; 17.5 cm.; Poems.

Reel: 166, No. 2987
Story, William Wetmore, 1819-1895.

Graffiti d'Italia.

Edinburgh and London, William Blackwood & sons. 1868

viii p., 2 l., [3]-412, [2] p.; 18 cm.

Reel: 166, No. 2988
Story, William Wetmore, 1819-1895.


Boston, Little, Brown and company. 1856

vii, 307 p.; 18 cm.

Reel: 166, No. 2989
Story, William Wetmore, 1819-1895.

A Roman lawyer in Jerusalem.

[Reprinted from Blackwood.] Boston, Loring. [1870]

First century.; 32 p.; 15 cm.; Published in 1902 under title: In defense of Judas.

Reel: 166, No. 2990
A Story of everyday life: Old Moses.

Utica, New York, James E.N. Backus. 1856

16 p.; 11 cm.; Includes two poems: The erring brother, and Uncle Tom's prayer, by George Washington Bungay. p. 14-16.

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