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Idyls of battle and poems of the rebellion

Howard Glyndon

Idyls of battle and poems of the rebellion

by Howard Glyndon

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Published by Hurd and Houghton in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Poetry

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    Statementby Howard Glyndon (Laura C. Redden)
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 68484
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 152 p. ;
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14421516M

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    II. Poets of the Civil War I. Bibliography. I. GENERAL ANTHOLOGIES R. G. Poetry, Lyrical, Narrative and Satirical of the Civil War. The New York Public Library has a valuable Scrap-Book of American Poetry (–68) and a collection of Leaflets for Soldiers and Their Mothers. Idyls of Battle and Poems of Battle. Renunisco. Laura Redden Searing (born February 9, in Somerset County, Maryland) was a deaf poet and first book of poetry published was Idyls of Battle, and Poems of the Rebellion (). Her pseudonym is Howard icantly, the town of Glyndon, Minnesota was founded in and named in honor of the writer.

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Genre/Form: Electronic books History Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Glyndon, Howard, Idyls of battle and poems of the rebellion. Laura Redden Searing (born February 9, in Somerset County, Maryland) was a deaf poet and first book of poetry published was Idyls of Battle, and Poems of the Rebellion ().

Her pseudonym is Howard icantly, the town of Glyndon, Minnesota was founded in and named in honor of the : February 9,Somerset County, Maryland. Idyls of Battle and Poems of the Rebellion. by Howard Glyndon, Laura Catherine (Redden) Searing. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book.

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On the cover of the manuscript of her volume published intitled Idyls of Battle and Poems of the Rebellion, Abraham Lincoln personally wrote a note to Redden. He had found the poems "all patriotic and some of them very pretty.". Laura Redden Searing. Laura Redden Searing (born February 9, in Somerset County, Maryland) was a deaf poet and journalist.

Her first book of poetry published was Idyls of Battle, and Poems of the Rebellion (). Her pseudonym is Howard Glyndon. genre= journalism, poetry.

Laura Redden Searing (born February 9, in Somerset County, Maryland) was a deaf poet and journalist. Her first book of poetry published was "Idyls of Battle, and Poems of the Rebellion" (). Her pseudonym is Howard Glyndon.

Significantly, the town of Glyndon, Minnesota was founded in and named in honor of. Abraham Lincoln himself bought her books, the most critically acclaimed being Idylls of Battle and Poems of the Rebellion, published in Her poem “Belle Missouri” became the song of the Missouri Volunteers, and she was sent by the St.

Louis Republican newspaper to Washington as a. Laura Redden Searing was a deaf poet and journalist. Her first book of poetry published was Idyls of Battle, and Poems of the Rebellion. and in early she published her first book of poetry, Idyls of Battle and Poems of the Rebellion, possibly the first volume of poetry to appear about the Civil War.5 These poems were apparently widely read in anthologies and mag-azines as well.

Jones explains. Laura Redden Searing (born February 9, in Somerset County, Maryland) was a deaf poet and journalist. Her first book of poetry published was Idyls of Battle, and Poems of the Rebellion (). Her pseudonym is Howard Glyndon.Laura Redden Searing was born in Maryland in She published several collections of poetry under the pseudonym Howard Glyndon, including Idyls of Battle and Poems of the Rebellion (Hurd and Houghton, ) and Sounds from Secret Chambers (James R.

.She was pro-Union, as her poems from that period attest. She published a collection of them under the title Idyls of Battle and Poems of the Rebellion () that may have been the first book of poems about the war. Containing odes to Fredericksburg and Gettysburg, and a heroic profile of Grant, it is not surprising that President Lincoln was.