African American Poetry (1870-1927): A Digital Anthology

Arthur Schomburg (Arturo Schomburg), "A Bibliographical Checklist of American Negro Poetry" (1916)

A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CHECKLIST
OF
AMERICAN NEGRO POETRY

Compiled by
ARTHUR A. SCHOMBURG

CHARLES F. HEARTMAN
NEW YORK, 1916


BIBLIOGRAPHICA
AMERICANA
A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS
Edited by
CHARLES F. HEARTMAN
VOLUME II
 



Adams, Wellington Lyrics of an Humble Birth. Washington, D. C.: Murray Bros. Printing Co., 1914.

Allen, J. Mord. Rhymes, Tales, and Rhymed Tales. Topeka, Kan.: Monotyped by Crane & Co., 1906. 12mo, 153 p.

Battier, Alcibiade-Fleury (Haitian). Sous les Bambous. Kugelmann: Paris, 1881. 8vo, 323 p.

Battle, Effie T. Gleanings from Dixie-Land. Okalona, Miss., 1915. 12mo.

Beadle, S. A. Lyrics of the Under World. Jackson, Miss.: W. A. Scott, publisher, 1912. 8vo, 148 p.

Bell, James Madison. A Poem entitled The Day and the War delivered January 1st, 1864, at Platt's Hall. At the celebration of the 1st anniversary of President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation. San Francisco: Agnew & Deffeback, printers, cor. Sansome & Merchant Streets, 1864. 8vo, 27 p.

Bell, J. Madison An Anniversary Poem entitled The Progress of Liberty. Delivered January 1st, 1866, at Zion Church at the celebration of the Third Anniversary of President Lincoln's Proclamation. San Francisco: Agnew & Deffeback, printers, 511 Sansome Street cor. Merchant, 1866. 8vo, 28 p.

Bell, J. Madison. A Poem entitled The Triumph of Liberty. Delivered April 7, 1870, on the occasion of the Grand Celebration of the final ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. Detroit: Printed by The Times Steam Printing Co., 1870.
8vo, 32 p. 

Bell, James Madison. The Poetical Works. With biographical sketch by Bishop B. W. Arnett, D.D. Lansing, Mich.: Wynkoop, Hal-
lenbeck, Crawford Co., 1901.
8vo, 208 p. Portrait.

Bibb, Eloise. Poems by Eloise Bibb. Boston: Monthly Review Press, 1895. 16mo, 107 p.

Boisrond, Barbaud Royer (Haitian). Precis des Gemissements des Sang-meles. 8vo (see Grégoire "De La Littérature des Nègres," p. 188).

Braithwaite, William Stanley. Lyrics of Love and Life. Boston: H. B. Turner & Co., 1904. 8vo, 80 p. portrait.

Braithwaite, William Stanley. The House of Falling Leaves, with other Poems. Boston: J. W. Luce and Company, 1908. 8vo, 112 p. (partly reprinted from periodicals).

Braithwaite, William Stanley. The Book of Elizabethan verse, chosen and edited with notes, with an introduction by Thomas Wentworth Higginson. Boston: H. B. Turner & Co., 1906. 8vo, 787 p.

Braithwaite, William Stanley. The Book of Elizabethan verse, etc. 2nd edition. Boston: H. B. Turner & Co., 1907. 8vo, 823 p.

Braithwaite, William Stanley. The Book of Elizabethan verse, etc. London: Chatto & Windus, 1908. 8vo, 823 p.

Braithwaite, William Stanley. The book of Georgian verse, chosen and edited with notes. New York: Brentano's, 1909.  8vo, 1313 p.

Braithwaite, William Stanley. The book of Georgian verse, etc. London: Duckworth and Co., 1914. 8vo, 1313 p.

Braithwaite, William Stanley The Book of Restoration Verse,.chosen and edited with notes and introduction. This book is a companion of Elizabethan Verse and Georgian Verse. Brentano: N. Y. 8vo, 900 p.

Braithwaite, William Stanley. Anthology of magazine verse for 1913 and year book of American poetry edited. New York: Gomme & Marshall, 1913.
 
Braithwaite, William Stanley. Anthology of magazine verse for 1913-14. Cambridge, Mass.: Issued by W. S. B.

Braithwaite, William Stanley. Anthology of magazine verse for 1915. New York: Gomme & Marshall.

Brawley, Benjamin Griffith. A Toast to Love and Death. Atlanta, Ga.: Author, 1902. 16mo, 29 p.

Brawley, Benjamin Griffith. The Problem and other Poems. Atlanta, Ga.: Author, 1905. 16mo, 32 p.

Brawley, Benjamin Griffith. The Desire of the Moth for the Star. Atlanta, Ga.: Author, 1906. 16mo, 10 p.

Brawley, Benjamin Griffith. The Dawn and other Poems. Washington, D. C.: Author, 1911. 4to, 10 p.

Brooks, (Rev.) Walter H. Beside the Sea. A. M. E. C. Review, Vol. IV., No. 4, p. 420, April, 1888.

Brooks, (Rev.) Walter H. Ode of Welcome to Frederick Douglass.

Brown, William Wells. Anti-Slavery Harp, a collection of songs. Boston, 1849. 2nd ed. 47 p.

Burleigh, Louise Alston. From the Southland.

Campbell, James Edwin. Echoes from the Cabin and Elsewhere. Chicago: Donohue & Henneberry, 1905. 8vo, 86 p. 

Cannon, (Rev.) N. C. The Rock of Wisdom. added several interested hymns, New York, 1833. mo 144 p. portr.

Carrion, Tomás. (Puerto Rico.) Poesias. Juana Diaz (Cuban), P. R., 1882.

Poems. (Mentioned by Castaing, Jean. (Early Haitian poet.) Grégoire in Littérature des Nègres.) P. 167.

Castaing, Jean. Opuscles de J: Castaing revus corriges et auguments, imprimis par lui meme 2nd edition. Disliques et pensees morales et philosophiques. N. p., 1790. 12mo.

Chevey, Arsene. (Haitian.) Les Areytos. Port au Prince, 1892. 8vo.

Chevey, Arsene. Voix Perdues et voix du Centenaire. Port au Prince, 1896. 8vo. 

Clem, Charles D. Rhyme of a Rhymester. Edmond, Oklahoma.  Author, 1901. 8vo, 52 p.

Clem, Charles D. A Little Souvenir. N. P., n. d. Author. 8vo, 8 p.

Clifford, Carrie W. Race Rhymes. Washington, D. C.: Pendleton, 1911. 8vo, 28 p.

Coicou, Massillon. (Haitian.) Passions et Imprexions. Paris: Dugarrie & Cie, 1903. 12mo.

Coicou, Massillon. Les Poesies Nationales. Paris: Goupy et Jourdan, 1892. 12mo.

Coffin, Frank Barbour. Coffin's Poems with Ajax' Ordeals. Little Rock, Arkansas: [Colored Advocate Printer and Binder], 1897. 8vo, 248 p
 
Cotter, Joseph Seamon (Sr.). A White Song and a Black One. Louisville, Ky.: The Bradley & Gilbert Co., 1909.
12mo, 64 p. Port. 

Cotter, Joseph Seamon (Sr.). Links of Friendship. Louisville, Ky.: The Bradley & Gilbert Co., 1898. 12mo, 64 p.

Corbett, Maurice N. The Harp of Ethiopia. Nashville, Tenn.: Nat. Baptist Publ. Board, 1914. 8vo, 276 p. port.

Corrothers, (Rev.) James David. Selected Poems. 1907.

Corrothers, (Rev.) James David. The Dream and the Song. 1914.

Dancer, W. E. To-day and Yistidy. (Poems in dialect.) Tuskegee, Ala., 1914.

Davis, Daniel Webster. Idle Moments: containing emancipation and other poems. With an introduction by John H. Smyth. Balto., 1895. 8vo, 81 p.

Davis, Daniel Webster. 'Weh Down Souf, and other poems. Illustrated by Wm. L. Sheppard. Cleveland: Helman-Taylor Co., 1897. 12mo, 136 p.

Derkes, Eleuterio. (Puerto-Rico.) Poesias Liricas. Guayama, P. R.

Derkes, Eleuterio. Don Nuvo Tiburcio de Pereira. Guayama, P. R.

Derkes, Eleuterio. Antologia Puertorriquena para el monumento

Derkes (J. A. Fernandez). Tip. Garriga Hermanos. Guayama, P. R., 1912. 8vo, 171 pp.

Dinkins, Charles R. Lyrics of Love. Columbia, S. C.: The State Company, 1904. 8vo, 230 p. portrait.
 
Diaz, Jose del Carmen. (Narciso Blanco.) (Cuban.) Cantos del Esclaro. (Reproduced in F. Calcagno “Poctas de Color,”) 5th edition. Habana, 1887. (Cuban.) 12mo, 15 p.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Oak and Ivy. Dayton, Ohio: United Brethren Publishing House, 1893. 8vo, 62 p.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Majors and Minors. Toledo, Ohio: Hadley & Hadley, 1895. 8vo, (edition of 500 copies.)

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Majors and Minors. New York, 1895. 12mo.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Lyrics of Lowly Life. With an introduction by W. D. Howells. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1896. 12mo, 208 p. port.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Lyrics of Lowly Life. With an introduction by W. D. Howells. London: Chapman & Hall, Ltd., 1897. 8vo, 208 p.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Lyrics of Lowly Life. (Same as 1896 edition, but portrait has spectacles.) New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1898. 12mo, 208 p.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Lyrics of Lowly Life. (Same as 1896 edition with poet's picture seated.) N. Y.: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1899. 12mo, 208 p. New York:

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Lyrics of the Hearthside. Dodd, Mead & Co., 1899. 12mo, 227 p. port.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Candle Lighting Time. Illustrated with photograph by the Hampton Institute Camera Club and decorations by Margaret Armstrong. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1901. 8vo, 127 p. 

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Lyrics of Love and Laughter. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1903. 12mo, 180 p. 1 illust.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. When Malindy Sings. Illustrated with photographs by the Hampton Institute Camera Club; decorations by Margaret Armstrong. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1903 8vo, 144 p.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Poems of Cabin and Field. Illustrated with photographs by the Hampton Institute Camera Club; with decora-
tions by Alice Moore. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1899. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1904. 125 p. 8vo,

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Lyrics of Sunshine and Shadow. York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1905. New York, 1909. 12mo, 109 p. 1 illust.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Li'l Gal. Illustrations with photographs by Leigh Richmond Miner of the Hampton Institute Camera Club; decorations by Margaret Armstrong. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1904. 8vo, 123 p.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Howdy, Honey, Howdy. Illustrations with photographs by Leigh Richmond Miner. Decorations by Will Jenkins. Toronto: The Musson Book Co., Ltd., 1905. 8vo, 125 p.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Joggin' Erlong. Illustrations with photographs by Leigh Richmond Miner. Decorations by John Rae. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1906. 8vo, 119 p.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Life and Works, containing his complete Poetical Works, edited by Lida Keck Wiggins, with introduction by William Dean Howells. Naperville, Ill.: J. L. Nichols & Co., 1907. 8vo, 430 p. profusely illustrated.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Christman is A' Comin' & other Poems. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1907. 16mo, 47 p.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Lyrics of Lowly Life. With an introduction by W. D. Howells. Numerous illustrations. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1908.
8vo, 208 p.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. Speakin' o' Christmas, and other Christmas and Special Poems. Numerous illustrations. New York: Dodd, Mead
& Co., 1914. 12mo, 96 p.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. The Complete Poems of, with an introduction to Lyrics of Lowly Life by W. D. Howells. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1916. 8vo, port., 289 p.

Durant, Oswald. (Haitian.) Rires et Pleurs. Corbeil, 1896. (Ed. Créte.) 12mo, 2 vols.

Edouard, Emmanuel. (Haitian.) Rimes Haitiennes. Paris.

Estrada, Juan Bautista, Pucha Silvestre. (Cuban.)

Ford, (Rev.) Robert E. Brown Chapel, a story in verse. 31 cantos. Author: Privately printed, 1905. 8vo, 308 p.

Fordham, Mary Weston. Magnolia Leaves. Poems, with an introduction by B. T. Washington. Charleston, S. C.: Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co., 1897. 12mo, 104 p.

Forten, Charlotte L. (Grimké). At Newport. (A Parting Hymn. A. M. E. C. Review. Vol. IV, No. 3, p. 258.) *1888. The Angel's Visit.
(Brown, Wm. W., “The Black Man,” p. 190.)

Forten, Sarah. The Grave of the Slave. (Set to music and published by Frank Johnson, Phila., Pa.)

Fortson, Bettiola Heloise. Mental Pearls, original poems and essays. Chicago, Ill., 1915. 12mo, 62 p. port.

Fortune, Timothy Thomas. Dreams of Life: Miscellaneous Poems. New York: Fortune & Petersen, 1905. 8vo, 192 p. port. 19
 
Franklin, James T. Mid-day Gleanings. Memphis, Tenn.: Tracy Printing and Stationery Co., 1893.

Franklin, James T. Jessamine Poems. Memphis, Tenn., 1900. Gilmore, F. Grant. Masonic and other Poems. 8vo, 26 p. port.

Guilbaud, Tertulien. (Haitian.) Feuilles au Vent. Port-au-Prince 1888. 12mo.

Hammon, Jupiter. An Evening Thought. Salvation by Christ, with Penettential Cries: Composed by Jupiter Hammon, a Negro belonging to Mr. Lloyed, of Queen's-Village, on Long-Island, the 25th of Decem- ber, 1760. Broadside of 88 lines, printed in double column, and word
"Finis" at bottom. Size 1074 x 778 inches.

Hammon, Jupiter. Hartford, August 4, 1778. An Address to Miss Phillis Wheatly, (sic) Ethiopian Poetess, in Boston, who came from Africa at eight years of age, and soon became acquainted with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. (One line, followed by 21 verses of four lines each, printed in double column.) Composed by Jupiter Hammon, a Negro Man belonging to Mr. Joseph Lloyd, of Queen's-Village, on Long-Island, now in Hartford.

Hammon, Jupiter. A Winter Piece: being a Serious Exhortation, with a call to the Unconverted: and a short Contemplation on the Death of Jesus Christ. Written by Jupiter Hammon, a Negro Man belonging to Mr. John Lloyd, of Queen's-Village, on Long-Island, now in Hartford. Published by the Author with the Assistance of his Friends. Hartford: Printed for the Author, M. DCC. LXXXII. 8vo, pp. (2),-22,-(1),-24.

Hampton, E. M. Poems.

Harper, Frances E. Watkins. Moses: A story of the Nile. Philadelphia, 1893. 16mo, 52 p. 2nd edition.

Harper, Frances E. Watkins. Idylls of the Bible. Philadelphia, Pa., 1895. 16mo.

Harper, Frances E. Watkins. Sketches of Southern Life. Philadelphia : Ferguson, Bros. & Co., 1896. 16mo, 48 p.

Harper, Frances E. Watkins. Poems. Phila.: George S. Ferguson Co., 1898. Phila.: George S. Ferguson Co., 1900. 12mo, 90 p. Port.

Hawkins, Walter Everett. Chords and Discords. Washington, D. C.: Murray Bros., 1909. 12mo, 81 p. Port.

Heard, Josie D. (Henderson). Morning Glories. Introduction by Bishop Benjamin T. Tanner. Phila.: Speaker, printer, 1890. 12mo, 108 p. port.

Henderson, Elliott Blaine, Humble Folks. Poems. Preface by E. G. Burkram. Springfield, Ohio. Author. 8vo, 65 p.

Heraux, Edmond. (Haitian.) Fleurs des Mornes. Poesies. Paris: Leopold Cerf, 1894. 12mo, 118 p.

Heraux, Edmond. Les Preludes, poesies, etc. Paris : Grassart, 1883. 12mo, 218 p.

Horton, George M. Hope of Liberty. Raleigh Register: Joseph Gales & Son, 1829.

Horton, George M. Poems by a Slave. (Second edition.) Phila. 1837. 8vo, 23 p.

Horton, George M. Poems by a Slave. (In Phillis Wheatley's Bibliography by Heartman No. XXXIII.)

Horton, George M. Poems. Issued at Hillsboro by Dennis Heart, Editor of Hillsboro Recorder. Raleigh, 1845.

Horton, George M. Poems. 1850-1854.

Horton, George M. Naked Genius.

Horton, George M. The Black Poet. Revised by Capt. W. W. S. Banks, 9th Michigan Cavalry, and compiled by Wm. B. Smith & Co., Southern Banks & Fireside Book Publishing House, Raleigh, N. C., 1865. 12mo, 100 p.

Jackson, Fanny M. Humility. Oberlin College, Ohio (April 18, 1863).

Johnson, Adolphus. The Silver Chord Poems. Phila., Pa.: Author. 8vo, 48 p. portrait. [1915]

Johnson, Fenton. A Little Dreaming. Chicago: Peterson Linotyping Co., 1913. 8vo, 80 p. pict.

Johnson, Fenton. Visions of the Dusk. New York: Trachlenberg Co., 1915. 16mo, 71 p. port.

Johnson, Fenton. Songs of the Soil. New York: Trachlenberg Co., 1916. 16mo, 39 p.

Johnson, Maggie Pogue. Virginia Dreams. Lyrics for the idle hour, tales of the time told in rhyme. John M. Leonard, 1910. 8vo, 64 p. port.

Johnson, James Weldon. Goyescas, an opera in three tableux, the book by Fernando Periquet, the music by Enrique Granados English version by (James Weldon Johnson). New York: G. Schirmer, 1915. 4to, 165 p.

Johnson, James Weldon. Goyescas; or, The Rival Lovers. English version in verse. New York: G. Schirmer, 1915. 8vo, 42 p.

Johnson, (Rev.) H. T. Wings of Ebony. Phila.: A. M. E. Book Concern, 1904. 12mo, 51 p. Port. 

Jones, Edward Smyth. An Ode to Ethiopia. 32mo.

Jones, Edward Smyth. The Sylvan Cabin. A centenary ode on the birth of Lincoln and other verse with an introduction by William Stanley Braithwaite. Boston: Sherman, French & Co., 1911. 8vo, 96 p.

King, Jefferson. Darky Philosophy told in rhyme. Chicago: Smith Jubilee Music Co., 1906. 12mo, 61 pp.

Lambert, M. E. My Dream. Hymn to the New Year. (A, M. E. C. Review and St. Matthew's Journal.) Lochard, Paul. Chants du Soir. Port au Prince, 1876. 8vo.

Laviaux, Leon. Poems en Noir. Martinique, 1914.

Laviaux, Leon. The Ebon Muse and other poems made Englished by J. M. O'Hara. Portland: M. E. Smith & Sale, 1914. 4to, 53 p. (200 copies)

Leo's (Egbert Martin). Social Lyrics. Illustrated by Charles Stephens. Demerara: Printed by Baldwin & Co., Georgetown, 1886. 12mo, 76 p.

Leo's (Egbert Martin). Leo's Poetical Works. London: Printed for the Author, 1883, by W. H. and L. Collingridge. 12mo, 224 p.

Linden, Charlotte E. Scraps of Time. Springfield, O., 1913. [1907]

Lynch, Charles. Gladys Klyne and more Harmony. Boston: The Gotham Press, 1915. 12mo, 73 p.

Manzano, Juan Francisco. Flores Pasajeras. Habana, 1830. 

Manzano, Francisco (Cuban). Poems (translated to French and published in Victor Schoelcher Abolition de l'esclavage.) Paris, 1840.

Manzano, Juan Francisco. (Translated by R. R. Madden.) Poems by a slave in the Island of Cuba recently liberated with the history of the early life of the Negro poet written by himself. London: Thomas Ward & Co., 1840. 8vo, 188 8 p.

Manzano, Juan Francisco. Zafira. Tragedy in verse, five acts, dedicated to Ldo. Don Ignacio Valdez Machuca. Habana: Imprenta de D. Lorenzo Mier y Teran, 1842.

Manzano, Juan Francisco. Corona Fúnebre consagrada a la tierna memoria del Presbítero D. Manuel de Lara y Cadalso Cura Párroco de la Iglesia de Guadalupe. Habana : Imprenta de D. José S. Boloña, 1842.

Marin, Gonzalo. (Puerto-Rico.) Romances. New York: Author, 1892. 12 mo, 121 p.

Manzano, Juan Francisco. (Cuban.) Cantos a Lesbia. Poesias Líricas. 4th Habana, Cuba Oficina de Arazoza y Soler impresores del Gobierno Constitucional, 1821. 15 p.

Margetson, George Reginald. England in the West Indies a Neglected and Degenerating Empire. Cambridge, Mass.: Author, 1906. 8vo, 35 p.

Margetson, George Reginald. Ethiopia's Flight. The Negro question; or, the White Man's Fear. Cambridge, Mass.: Author, 1907. 8vo, 22 p. 29
 
Margetson, George Reginald. Songs of Life. French & Co., 1910. 8vo, 57 p.

Margetson, George Reginald. The Fledgling Bard and the Poetry Society. Boston: Richard G. Badger, 1916. 8vo, 111 p.

Martin, Egbert (see Leo).

McClellan, George Marion. Poems and Storiettes. Tenn.; Author, 1895. 12mo, 145 p.

McClellan, George Marion. The Path of Dreams. Louisville, Ky.: John P. Morton & Co., 1916. 8vo, 76 p.

McGirt, James Ephraham. Avenging the Maine. (3rd revised and enlarged edition.) Philadelphia: George T. Lasher, 1901. 12mo, 119 p. port.

McGirt, James E. For your sweet sake poems. Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Co., 1906. 12mo, 80 p. port.

McGirt, James E. The Triumphs of Ephraham.

Medina, Antonio. Lodoiska. (Poetical Drama in 5 acts.) Habana, 1849.

Medina, Antonio. Poesias. Habana, 1851.

Medina, Antonio. D. Canuto Ceibamocha ó al Guajiro generoso. Habana, 1854.

Menard, J. W. Little Footsteps. In_Memory of My Mother. (In Repository of Religion and Literature,) Baltimore, Md., Jan., 1863. Means, Sterling M. The Deserted Cabin and other Poems. Atlanta: A. B. Caldwell Co., 1915.

Menos, Solon. Mnemoniennes. A Poem. (Haitian.) Port-au-Prince, 1889. 12mo.

Moore, Alice Ruth (Dunbar). Violets and other Tales. Preface by S. F. Williams. Boston, Mass.: Monthly Review Publishing Co., 1895. 12mo, 176 p.

Moore, John Trotwood. Songs and Stones from Tennessee. Philadelphia, Pa.: H. T. Coates & Co., 1903.

Moravia, Charles. Roses et Camélias Poésies. Port-au-Prince Impremerie: Madame F. Smith, 1903. 12mo, 127 p.

Mossell, Gertrude B. The Work of the Afro-American Woman, verse 149-176. Philadelphia: Geo. S. Ferguson, 1898. 12mo, 178 p.

Paisley, J. W. Voice of Mizraim. New York: Neale Publ. Co., 1907. 12mo, 122 p.

Payne (Rt. Rev.) Daniel Alexander. Pleasures and other Miscellaneous Poems. Baltimore, Md.: Sherwood and Company, 1850. 12mo.

Plácido. See Gabriel de la Concepcion Valdés.

Plato, Ann. Essays including Biographical and Miscellaneous pieces in Prose and Poetry. With introduction by Rev. James W. C. Pennington. Hartford: Printed for the Author, 1841. 16mo, 122 p.

Plumer, Mary. Poems, 1915.

Ray, H. Cordelia. Lincoln. (Written for the occasion of the unveiling of the Freedman's monument in memory of Abraham Lincoln), April 14th, 1876. Photographic frontipiece. New York, 1893. 12mo, 11 p.

Ray, H. Cordelia. Poems. New York: Grafton Press, 1910. 12mo, 169 p.

Reason, Charles L. Hope and Confidence. (In Autographs for Freedom.) New York, 1853.

Reason, Charles L. Freedom. _(In Alex. Crummell's Eulogium on Thomas Clarkson.) New York: Printed by Egbert, Hovey & King, 1847. 8vo, 44 p.

Romane, J. B. Sur les traites conclus entre la France et Haiti. Imprimees au Port-au-Prince por Pinard, 1841. (Haitian.) 12mo, 13 p.

Rosiers, M. le Comte de (Haitian). Recueil de chants et de couplets a la gloire de leurs Majestés et de la famille Royale d'Hayti a l usage, de la cour et des Haytiens. Sans Souci. De l'impremerie Royale. 16mo, 77 p.

Rowe, George Clinton. Thoughts in verse and a volume of poems. Charleston, S. C.: Kahrs, Stolze & Welch, 1887. 12mo, 113 p. Portr.

Rowe (Rev.) George Clinton. Our Heroes; Patriotic poems on men, women and sayings of the Negro race. Charleston, S. C.: Author, 1890. 12mo, 68 p.

Rowe (Rev.) George Clinton. The aim of Life; Live, learn, labor, love. Annual address delivered at Claflin University, Orangeburg, S. C., April 26, 1892. Charleston: Kahrs & Welsh, printers, 1892. 8vo, 27 p.

Serra, Rafael. (Cuban). Ecos del Alma. Ensayo literario en tres cantos. 3r canto. Jamaica: Mortimer C. de Souza, Kingston, 1885. 12mo.

Shackelford, W. H. Pearls in prose and poetry. Nashville, Tenn.: National Baptist Publ. Board, 1907. 8vo, 82 p. Portrait.

Shackelford, Otis M. Seeking the best dedicated to the Negro youth. Kansas City, Mo.: Franklin Hudson Publ. Co., 1909. 8vo, 177 p.

Shackelford, W. H. Poems. Nashville, Tenn.: A. M. E. S. S. U. Press, 1915.

Shackelford, Theo. H. Mammy's Cracklin' Bread and other poems. Phila., Pa., 1916. 8vo, 58 p. Port.

Shoeman, Charles Henry. A Dream and other Poems. Ann Arbor: George Wahr, 1899. 16mo, 146 p.

Shoeman, Charles Henry. A Dream and other Poems. Ann Arbor, Mich.: George Wahr, 1899-1900. 16mo, 202 p. 2nd edition.

Sterne, Armorel. My Mother. N. d., n. p. Author. 32mo, 8vo.
 
Simpson, Dr. J. McC. The Emancipated Car being an original composition of Anti-Slavery Ballads composed exclusively for the under ground railroad. Zanesville, Ohio: Sullivan & Brown, printers, 1874. 32mo, 152 p.

Silveira Vicente. Flores y Espinas. Habana, 1873. (Cuban.) 8vo, 102 p.

Sylvain, Georges (Haitian). Cric? Crac? Fables de la Fontaine. Racontees par un Montagnard Haitien et transcrites en vers Créoles, etc.
Paris, 1901. 8vo, 246 p.

Tanner, B. T. (Bishop). Poem on the Death of O. V. Catto. Phila., 1871. 4 p.

Temple, George Hannibal. The Epic of Columbus Bell and other poems. Reading, Pa.: Press of the Reading Eagle, 1900. 12mo, 80 p. Portrait.

Therison, Justin (Haitian). Les Chants de l'Aurore. Port-au-Prince, 1893. 12mo.

Thompson, Aaron Belford. Morning Songs. Rossmoyne, O.: Privately printed, 1899.

Thompson, Clara Ann. Songs from the Wayside. Rossmoyne, O.: Author, 1908.

Thompson, Priscilla Jane. Ethiope Lays. Rossmoyne, O.: Author, 1900. 16mo, 95 p. Portr.

Thompson, Priscilla Jane. Gleanings of Quiet Hours. Rossmoyne, 0.: Author, 1907. 16mo, 100 p. Portr.

Thorne, Jack (D. B. Fulton). Abraham Lincoln. Brooklyn: Author. 8vo, 8 p. port.

Todd, Walter E. Fireside Musings. 2nd Edition. Washington, D. C.: Murray Bros., 1909. 16mo, 52 p. Portr.

Toomey, Richard E. S. Thoughts for True Americans. Washington, D. C.: Neale Publ. Co., 1901.

Turner (Rev.) H. M. The Conflict for Civil Rights, a Poem. Washington, D. C.: Author, 1881. 8vo, 14 p.

Valdés, Gabriel de la Concepción. (Plácido.) Aureola Poética al Sr. D. Francisco Martinez de la Rosa por las Musas del Almendares. Habana : Imp. del Gobierno, 1834.

Valdés, Gabriel de la Concepción. Poesias Escogidas. Mexico, 1838. 

Valdés, Gabriel de la Concepción. Poesias. Matanzas, 1838.

Valdés, Gabriel de la Concepción. El Veguero Poesias Cubanas dedicadas por Plácido a sus amigos de Villa-Clara. Matanzas: Imp. del Comercio, 1841. 8vo, 48 pp.

Valdés, Gabriel de la Concepción. Poesias. Matanzas, 1842.

Valdés, Gabriel de la Concepción. El Hijo de Maldición. Poema del Tiempo de las Cruzadas. Matanzas: Imp. del Gobierno, 1843. Valdés, Gabriel de la Concepción. Poesias Escogidas. Vera Cruz, 1845.

Valdés, Gabriel de la Concepción. Poesias, New York, 1847. MMe. Demné Smchitz é Hijo.

Valdés, Gabriel de la Concepción. Poesias. Barcelona, Spain, 1854..

Valdés, Gabriel de la Concepción, Poesias de Plácido. Edicion de Vingut J. Durand. New York: 2 volumes, 1855. 16mo, 2nd edition.

Valdés, Gabriel de la Concepción. Poesias de Plácido Edicion de Vingut de Vingut 3rd edition. New York: J. Durand, 1856.

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