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1871. A collection of verse from Whittier, American Quaker poet and reformer. He was a pioneer in the development of regional literature as well as being a crusader for many humanitarian causes. He was a self-declared abolitionist. Contents: Miriam; Miscellaneous Poems: Norembega; Nauhaught, the Deacon; In School-Days; Garibaldi; After Election; My Triumph; The Hive at Gettysburg; Howard at Atlanta; To Lydia Maria Child; The Prayer Seeker; Poems for Public Occasions: A Spiritual Manifestation; The Laurels; and Hymn. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.