In Whitman's Hand

Marginalia

Whitman's Reading: A Bibliographical Handlist

Walt Whitman was an extensive reader, and like many of us, he kept notes—in the margins, on scraps of paper, and in notebooks—about his reading. From classical rhetoric to the poetry of Tennyson, from Persian mysticism to nineteenth-century phrenological journals, the influences on Whitman's work were historically deep and culturally diverse. This section of the Archive offers a growing list of books and documents known or very likely to have been read by America's most famous poet. This list is not complete; we encourage users to contact the Archive with research questions about Whitman's reading, or with suggestions for additions to this list.

Bibliographic items are listed alphabetically by author. Unsigned or anonymously written materials are indexed as "Unsigned." All entries are searchable by using the search box below.

Contributors to digital file: Nicole Gray, Ty Alyea, Ashley Palmer, Lauren Grewe, Matt Cohen, Kevin McMullen, and Joelle Byars



TitleAuthorPublication DateReading DateNotesEvidenceLink to Resource
Epictetus. The Encheiridion. Trans. Rolleston, T. W. H.. London: C. Kegan Paul and Co., 1881.Author: EpictetusPublication Date: 1881Reading date: 1881-1892Notes: Several reactions over at least four readings. Extensive markings, with narrative of his readings in endpapers. One of WW's favorites. Also mentioned in With Walt Whitman in Camden. Evidence of reading: Whitman's marginalia. See #loc.03452.
Unsigned. English Writers. Philadelphia: Grigg and Elliot's, 1841.Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1841Reading date: 1862-1888Notes: "Here was Milton—the best of Milton, I think—of the two Paradises." This volume contains a number of other English authors, with WW's marginal notations on them. Evidence of reading: Horace Traubel, With Walt Whitman in Camden. Multiple publishers, 1906–1996). 9 vols.
Bell, George Joseph. "Mrs. Siddons as Lady Macbeth: From Contemporary Notes." (London) The Nineteenth Century: A Monthly Review 3 (1878-02): 296-313. Author: Bell, George JosephPublication Date: 1878Reading date: 1878-1892Notes: Underlines and manicules Evidence of reading: Whitman's marginalia.
Unsigned. "The Vanity and the Glory of Literature." The Edinburgh Review, American Edition 89 (1849-04): 149-168. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1849Reading date: After 1849-04Notes: Includes two pasteons, entitled, "The Muses" and "Socratic Philosophy." "My own opinion is that myriads of superior works have been lost—superior to existing works in every department, except law, physics, and the exact sciences." Evidence of reading: Whitman's marginalia.
Dickens, Charles. Dombey and Son. Date unknown.Author: Dickens, CharlesReading date: 1888-08Notes: Whitman claims this to be his favorite Dickens novel. He refers to it in several places in With Walt Whitman in Camden, see for example 6:149: "Dickens, with his inexpressibly fine touch, pictures the soul—its departure—its floating off in the mist—oh! beautiful! A trick, perhaps, yet how fine!" See also for example Traubel, WWWC 5:21-22; and 4:235. Evidence of reading: Horace Traubel, With Walt Whitman in Camden. Multiple publishers, 1906–1996). 9 vols. See med.00006.
Brainard, John G. C. Occasional Pieces of Poetry. New York: E. Bliss and E. White, 1825.Author: Brainard, John G. C.Publication Date: 1825Evidence of reading: Whitman's marginalia.
Thompson, Benjamin F. The History of Long Island. New York: Gould, Banks, 1843.Author: Thompson, Benjamin F.Publication Date: 1843Notes: Copy held in the Library of Congress, F127.L8 T4 Feinberg Whitman Collection. Further marginalia can be found at loc.03515. Whitman copies notes about Long Island in the margins. Evidence of reading: Whitman's marginalia.
Khayyam, Omar. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, the Astronomer-Poet of Persia. London: Bernard Quaritch, 1872.Author: Khayyam, OmarPublication Date: 1872Notes: Mainly brackets. Evidence of reading: Whitman's marginalia.
Salt, Henry Stevens. "The Poet Laureate as Philosopher and Peer." (London) To-Day; The Monthly Magazine of Scientific Socialism 1.2 (1884): 135-147. Author: Salt, Henry StevensPublication Date: 1884Reading date: During or After 1884Notes: The "Sun-Maiden," by Ernest Radford, appears after the end of this article. Evidence of reading: Whitman's marginalia.
Unsigned. "Shakspere as a Man." (Date unknown). Author: UnsignedNotes: Clipping from an unidentified newspaper juxtaposed with other clippings and notes on Shakespeare. "See Emerson's Shakespeare." Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Unsigned. "The True Character of Goethe." (Date unknown). Author: UnsignedNotes: This clipping, which Whitman attached to his notes on Goethe, includes a substantial quote from "Perthes the Publisher, and Literary Germany," published in the February 1857 issue of Titan. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Unsigned. "Chips from our Library; a Chance Medley of Fact, Sentiment, and Anecdote." (New York) Harper's Weekly. Journal of Civilization. 1 (issue 3) (1857-01-17): 37. Author: UnsignedReading date: After 1857-01-17Notes: From this miscellany, Whitman clipped a segment on the "statuesque" descriptions of William Cowper. Responding to a commentary on William Cowper's "statuesque description," Whitman remarks that Cowper is an "ennuyed poet." Whitman appends this clipping on William Cowper's poetry to a commentary on British poets. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Carlyle, Thomas. "On the Nibelungenlied." Author: Carlyle, ThomasPublication Date: 1831Notes: Whitman states he is indebted to Carlyle's essay in his notes on the German text. Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes. See duk.00144.
Gostwick, Joseph. German Literature. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1854.Author: Gostwick, JosephPublication Date: 1854Notes: According to Edward Grier, Whitman paraphrases Joseph Gostwick's literal translation of the Nibelungenlied from this source. He speculates that Whitman's paraphrase "was written in 1858 or slightly later." Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes. See duk.00144.
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. The Confessions of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Trans. William Swinton. New York: Calvin Blanchard, 1856.Author: Rousseau, Jean-JacquesPublication Date: 1856Notes: Whitman calls the Confessions a "frivolous, chattering, repulsive, book, that still has a great lesson in its pages, and whose revelations one keeps reading somehow to the end." Whitman references William Swinton's 1856 translation of Rousseau's Confessions twice in his biographical notes on Rousseau. Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes. See duk.00174.
Thornbury, George Walter. "Shakespeare's Stage." (Date unknown). Author: Thornbury, George WalterNotes: Newspaper clipping of a selection from G. W. Thornbury's Shakspeare's England (London, 1856) This clipping accompanies Whitman's clippings and intensive notes on Shakespeare. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See duk.00173.
J.D.W. "Lessing's Laocoon." (New York) American Whig Review 13 (1851): 21-26. Author: J.D.W.Publication Date: 1851Reading date: After 1851-01-01Evidence of reading: Whitman's marginalia.
Kavanagh, Julia. "The Deaths of Rousseau and Voltaire." Author: Kavanagh, JuliaPublication Date: 1850Notes: This clipping is a reprint of an excerpt from Volume 2 of Julia Kavanaugh's Woman in France During the Eighteenth Century, first published in 1850. This clipping is included with Whitman's notes on Rousseau and The Confessions of Jean Jacques Rousseau. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Knight, Charles. Half-Hours with the Best Authors. New York: John Wiley, 1853.Author: Knight, CharlesPublication Date: 1853Notes: Knight's book includes biographical sketches and textual selections from a wide range of authors. Whitman disassembled this book of biographical sketches and textual selections and included them in a variety of notebooks. Selections include Jeremy Taylor, Tobias Smollett, Blaise Pascal, and Benjamin Franklin (duk.00170); Comte Du Buffon (duk.00176). Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. Segments of Whitman's copy are clipped to notes on a variety of authors
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. The Complete Works of Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe. Date unknown.Author: Goethe, Johann Wolfgang vonNotes: "He is the most profound reviewer of life known. To him life, things, the mind, death, are all studies, dissections, exhibitions. These he enters upon with unequalled [sic] coolness and depth of penetration." Whitman refers to Goethe's Complete Works (first published in 1827) in notes on Goethe dated January 1856, February 18, 1856, and February 22, 1856. Whitman refers to several works in Goethe's oeuvre, but his January entry implies that he hasn't read all of his texts: "Had I not better read more of Goethe before giving an opinion?" Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes. See duk.00184.
Racine, Jean. Athalie. New York: Dramatic Performance, Date unknown.Author: Racine, JeanReading date: 1855-11Notes: "I fancy the classical tragedies of Corneille, Racine, Voltaire, &c. must illustrate the vital difference between a native and normal growth (as the Greek tragedies themselves,) and all that comes from the mere study of that growth." Whitman remarks that he saw "Athalie" at the Academy of Music in November of 1855. Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes. Whitman mentions attending this performance in his notes on tragedy See duk.00179.
Alfieri, Vittorio. Myrrha. Dramatic Performance, Date unknown.Author: Alfieri, VittorioNotes: "lurid passions—with long-winded dialogues between Myrrha and daughter mother about nothing." Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes. Whitman mentions this performance within his notes on tragedy See duk.00179.
Ossian. The Poems of Ossian. Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., 1839.Author: OssianPublication Date: 1839Notes: Whitman references MacPherson's "restoration" of Ossian and states that he is reading Ossian "this morning" (undated). Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes. See duk.00111.
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. The Social Contract. Date unknown.Author: Rousseau, Jean-JacquesNotes: Whitman extensively paraphrased and commented on sections of Rousseau's The Social Contract. "Some of the most important provisions of the specific laws of the Public Lands of the United States are taken word for word, and idea for idea, from Rousseau's 'Contract.'" C. Carroll Hollis identifies William Swinton as the source of Whitman's translation and speculates that Swinton read Social Contract to Whitman in a "rough and free translation" while Whitman took notes in 1856. Evidence of reading: C. Carroll Hollis, "Whitman and William Swinton: A Collaborative Friendship," American Literature 30.4 (1959). Page 431. Hollis documents Swinton and Whitman's readings of Rousseau
Unsigned. Voices From the Press; A Collection of Sketches, Essays, and Poems, by Practical Printers. Ed. Brenton, James J.. New York: Charles B. Norton, 1850.Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1850Notes: Whitman pasted a note on The Nibelungen onto the front boards of this book. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Wiffen, James Holmes. Life of Torquato Tasso. Ed. O.W. Wight. New York: Delisser & Procter, 1859.Author: Wiffen, James HolmesPublication Date: 1859Notes: Floyd Stovall argues that Whitman's notes on Tasso correspond "exactly" with this edition of Wiffen's work. Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes. See duk.00191.
Unsigned. "The New Jerusalem." (Date unknown). Author: UnsignedReading date: During or After 1856Notes: Whitman's copy of this essay on Emanuel Swedenborg is pasted in a notebook. Essay was first published in Household Words 13.6 (1856), ed. Charles Dickens (136-141). Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Unsigned. "Shakespeare versus Sand." (New York) American Whig Review 5 (issue 5) (1847): 470-481. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1847Notes: Essay is pasted into notebook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Mandeville, Henry. Fourth Reader: For Common Schools and Academies. D. Appleton & Co., 1851.Author: Mandeville, HenryPublication Date: 1851Reading date: During or After 1851Notes: Whitman cut out a page of the "Poems of Ossian" included in this text and pasted it into a notebook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Unsigned. "Religious Beliefs." (Date unknown). Author: UnsignedNotes: Whitman includes this clipping from periodical article on the comparative popularity of world religions. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. Whitman's clipping
Unsigned. "Life-Force, Its Philosophy." (New York) Life Illustrated (1856-05): 33. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1856Reading date: After 1856-05Notes: This essay accompanies Whitman's notes on insanity. Evidence of reading: Whitman's marginalia.
Bunsen, C.K.J. Outlines of the Philosophy of Universal History, Applied to Language and Religion. Date unknown.Author: Bunsen, C.K.JReading date: During or After 1854Notes: This book was translated into English in 1854 Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes. See duk.00200.
Unsigned. "The Muses." (Date unknown). Author: UnsignedNotes: Paste-on included with "The Vanity and Glory of Literature" and "Socratic Philosophy." Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Unsigned. "Socratic Philosophy." (Date unknown). Author: UnsignedNotes: Paste-on from a periodical included with "The Muses" and "The Vanity and Glory of Literature." Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Unsigned. "A Poet on Politics." (Date unknown). Author: UnsignedReading date: After 1884-10-30Notes: Clipping of an article about Whitman's views about the 1884 presidential election. Whitman included this clipping with "Specimen Days" notes about the presidential election of 1884. He claims that this article appeared in The Philadelphia Press on October 30, 1884. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Unsigned. "How America was Peopled." (Date unknown). Author: UnsignedNotes: Clipping from a newspaper or periodical. This is a brief clipping on a scholar's lectures on migration to the New World. These accompany Whitman's notes on ancient European and Asian populations. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. "Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe." (New York) The American Review: A Whig Journal 4 (1846-12): 580-587. Author: Longfellow, Henry WadsworthPublication Date: 1846Reading date: After 1846-12Evidence of reading: Whitman's marginalia.
Unsigned. "Webfoots." (Date unknown). Author: UnsignedReading date: Durirng or After 1870-10Notes: Clipping with attached note, "The Oregonese are called Webfoots." Whitman notes that this serial clipping was "from a letter Salem, Oregon Oct. 1870" clipping reproduces a letter from Salem, Oregon in October 1870. Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes.
Unsigned. "Typical American Canoes at the Annual Meet in Peconic Bay." (New York) Harper's Weekly 34 (1890-08-16): 641. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1890Reading date: After 1890-08-16Notes: Clipping from Harper's Weekly. The back side of this clipping contains material from Charles Waldstein's "Modesty." Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Waldstein, Charles. "Modesty." (New York) Harper's Weekly 34 (1890-08-16): 642. Author: Waldstein, CharlesPublication Date: 1890Notes: This material is on the back side of a picture of a canoe that Whitman cut out from Harper's. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Bell, George Joseph. "'Mrs. Siddons as Lady MacBeth.' From Contemporary Notes." (London) The Nineteenth Century: A Monthly Review 3 (1878-02): 296-313. Author: Bell, George JosephPublication Date: 1878Reading date: During or After 1878-02Notes: "In my reading, elocution, I must constantly measure every gesture, tone, conception, shade, burst, or radiation, &c. as to its fitness, appropriateness, advantage (or disadvantage) with reference to me, to my personnel [sic] style, physical & emotional individuality & not merely of its abstract authority." Evidence of reading: Whitman's marginalia.
Pardoe, Julia. Louis the Fourteenth, and the Court of France in the Seventeenth Century. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1847.Author: Pardoe, JuliaPublication Date: 1847Notes: According to Whitman, he owned this edition of Pardoe's text from 1855 to 1889. Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes. See loc.03429.
Thoreau, Henry David. A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers. Boston: James Munroe and Co., 1849.Author: Thoreau, Henry DavidPublication Date: 1849Notes: Whitman disassembled this text and pasted clippings in at least one notebook. The source of Whitman's clippings is available at loc.03446. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See loc.03446.
Unsigned. "Great Britain (From Our Correspondent)." (New York) New York Daily Tribune 16 (1856-07-12): 6. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1856Notes: Whitman cut and pasted this selection from the Tribune in his notes and titled it "London Letter." This letter contains speculation about upcoming work by Sydney Dobell (a.k.a. Sydney Yendya). Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Euripides. The Tragedies of Euripides. Literally Translated or Revised, with Critical and Explanatory Notes. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1857.Author: EuripidesPublication Date: 1857Notes: Whitman notes that he had this text in Washington through the Civil War and later in Camden. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Brodhead, Jacob. A Sermon Preached in the Central Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, Brooklyn, on Sabbath Morning, The 27th Day of July, 1851. Brooklyn, NY: I. Van Anden, 1851.Author: Brodhead, JacobPublication Date: 1851Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Radford, Ernest. "The Sun-Maiden." (London) To-Day; The Monthly Magazine of Scientific Socialism 1.2 (1884): 148. Author: Radford, ErnestPublication Date: 1884Notes: Appears immediately after the end of Henry Stevens Salt's "The Poet Laureate as Philosopher and Peer" in To-Day. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Tennyson, Alfred Lord. "Ulysses." (Date unknown). Author: Tennyson, Alfred LordReading date: After 1842Notes: Whitman transcribed the final lines of Tennyson's "Ulysses," which was first published in 1842. Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes. Whitman's transcription See loc.03437.
Anacreon. "Ode XXXIII." Translated by Thomas Moore (Date unknown). Author: AnacreonNotes: Whitman transcribes and revises Thomas Moore's translation of Anacreon's "Ode XXXIII" and entitles it "The Midnight Visitor." Arthur Golden's "The Text of a Whitman Lincoln Lecture Reading: Anacreon's 'The Midnight Visitor'" argues that Whitman likely preceded an 1879 lecture on Lincoln with a reading of this poem. Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes. See loc.03442.
Carlyle, Thomas. "Shooting Niagara, and After." (New York) New York Weekly Tribune (1867-08-21): 3. Author: Carlyle, ThomasPublication Date: 1867Reading date: During or After 1867-08-21Evidence of reading: Whitman's marginalia.
Ainsworth, Robert; Morell, Thomas. An Abridgement of Ainsworth's Dictionary, English and Latin, for the Use of Schools. Philadelphia: U. Hunt, 1834.Author: Ainsworth, Robert; Morell, ThomasPublication Date: 1834Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Hoffman, C. F. The Pioneers of New York; an Anniversary Discourse Delivered Before the St. Nicholas Society of Manhattan, December 6, 1847. New York: Stanford and Swords, 1848.Author: Hoffman, C. F.Publication Date: 1848Notes: June '57—"This man is now in an Insane Asylum—it is said, a confirmed lunatic." Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Lees, H. A. Historical Sketches of the Churches of the City of Brooklyn. Lees & Foulkes, 1850-01-01.Author: Lees, H. A.Publication Date: 1850Notes: Kept in slip-case with Charles Fenno Hoffman's "The Pioneers of New York" (loc.03454). Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Symonds, John Addington. Studies of the Greek Poets. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1880.Author: Symonds, John AddingtonPublication Date: 1880Reading date: After 1880Notes: "Sent to me by Symonds, must have been 1881. For years 1882-'89 I sip & drink from the two volumes. They and Walter Scott's Border Minstrels are feasts never exhausted." Whitman's marginalia to Volume 2 of this book is at loc.03459. Evidence of reading: Whitman's marginalia.
Teale, Thomas P. Report of the Special Committee, of the Common Council, of the City of Brooklyn, of Ferry and Water. Brooklyn, NY: E.B Spooner, Printer to the City Corporation, 1849.Author: Teale, Thomas P.Publication Date: 1849Reading date: After 1849-03-26Notes: A message inscribed on the title page states: "To W. Whitman Esq with the compliments of the writer." Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Unsigned. A Defence of the Christian Doctrines of the Society of Friends; Being a Reply to the Charge of Denyi. Philadelphia: Society of Friends, 1825.Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1825Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Bucke, Richard Maurice. Walt Whitman. Philadelphia: David McKay, 1883.Author: Bucke, Richard MauricePublication Date: 1883Notes: Portions of several pages have been cut out. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Shelley, Percy Bysshe. The Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley. London: Edward Moxon, 1847.Author: Shelley, Percy BysshePublication Date: 1847Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Volney, C.F. The Ruins: or, Meditation on the Revolutions of Empires: and the Law of Nature, to which is added Vo. New York: Peter Eckler, 1890.Author: Volney, C.F.Publication Date: 1890Reading date: During or After 1890Notes: "Translation seems to have been either by Joel Barlow, or supervised by him, in Paris, and favored by Volney." Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Heine, Heinrich. Pictures of Travel. Philadelphia: I. Kohler, 1863.Author: Heine, HeinrichPublication Date: 1863Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Hedge, Frederic Henry. Prose Writers of Germany. Philadelphia: Carey and Hart, 1848-01-01.Author: Hedge, Frederic HenryPublication Date: 1848Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Lewes, George Henry. The Life and Works of Goethe: with Sketches of his Age and Contemporaries, from published and unpubl. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1856.Author: Lewes, George HenryPublication Date: 1856Notes: Volume 2 of Lewes's work is listed at bmr.00003 Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Lewes, George Henry. The Life and Works of Goethe: with Sketches of his Age and Contemporaries, from Published and Unpubl. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1856.Author: Lewes, George HenryPublication Date: 1856Notes: Volume 1 of Lewes's work is listed at bmr.00002 Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Mazzini, Giuseppe. The Duties of Man. London: Chapman & Hall, 1862.Author: Mazzini, GiuseppePublication Date: 1862Notes: Whitman's copy of this book is inscribed: "To Walt Whitman, from a Friend." At the end of page 107, a marginal note responds to Mazzini's advice about maintaining tranquillity in adversity with "Remember my friend this Truth—for woman." Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Milton, John; Gray, Thomas; Beattie, James; Collins, William. Milton, Young, Gray, Beattie, and Collins: Complete in One Volume. Grigg & Elliot, 1841.Author: Milton, John; Gray, Thomas; Beattie, James; Collins, WilliamPublication Date: 1841Notes: This book contains work by John Milton, Edward Young, Thomas Gray, James Beattie, and William Collins. Whitman notes birth and death dates of authors and marks significant moments in the text's biographical sketch of John Milton. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Whitney, William Dwight. Oriental and Linguistic Studies: the Veda, the Avesta, The Science of Language. New York: Scribner, Armstrong & Co., 1872.Author: Whitney, William DwightPublication Date: 1872Notes: On page 47, the following lines are bracketed: "On the other hand, it is possible to attain to such an exalted pitch of wisdom and virtue, that the soul escapes the condemnation of existence, and sinks into the void, or merges its individuality in the universality of the world-spirit." Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Dante. Dante's Divine Comedy: The Inferno. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1849.Author: DantePublication Date: 1849Reading date: During or After 1849Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Symonds, John Addington. Essays Speculative and Suggestive. London: Chapman & Hall, 1890.Author: Symonds, John AddingtonPublication Date: 1890Notes: Volume 2 of Symonds's work is listed at bmr.00011 Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Symonds, John Addington. Essays Speculative and Suggestive. London: Chapman & Hall, 1890.Author: Symonds, John AddingtonPublication Date: 1890Notes: Volume 1 of Symonds's work is listed at bmr.00010 Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Tennyson, Alfred Lord. Locksley Hall Sixty Years After, etc.. London: Macmillan, 1886.Author: Tennyson, Alfred LordPublication Date: 1886Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Felton, C. C. Greece, Ancient and Modern: Lectures Delivered Before the Lowell Institute. Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1867.Author: Felton, C. C.Publication Date: 1867Reading date: During or After 1867Notes: Volume 2 of this work is listed at bmr.00013 Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Felton, C. C. Greece, Ancient and Modern: Lectures Delivered Before the Lowell Institute. Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1867.Author: Felton, C. C.Publication Date: 1867Reading date: During or After 1867Notes: Volume 2 of this work is listed at bmr.00012 Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Harrison, Gabriel. John Howard Payne, Dramatist, Poet, Actor and Author of Home, Sweet Home! His Life and Writings. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & co., 1885.Author: Harrison, GabrielPublication Date: 1885Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Hicks, Elias. Journal of the Life and Religious Labours of Elias Hicks. New York: Isaac T. Hopper, 1832.Author: Hicks, EliasPublication Date: 1832Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Legouve, Ernest. The Art of Reading. Philadelphia: Claxton, Benson and Hoffelfinger, 1879.Author: Legouve, ErnestPublication Date: 1879Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Aeschylus. The Tragedies of Aeschylus. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1863.Author: AeschylusPublication Date: 1863Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Anacreon. The Odes of Anacreon. London: John Camden Hotten, 1871.Author: AnacreonPublication Date: 1871Notes: This volume may be the source text for Whitman's annotation of Ode XXXIII, which he titled "The Midnight Visitor" (loc.03442). Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Alighieri, Dante. The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri. Trans. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1867.Author: Alighieri, DantePublication Date: 1867Reading date: During or after 1867Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Unsigned. Bhagavad-gita or, A Discourse Between Krishna and Arjuna on Divine Matters. Trans. J. Cockburn Thomson. Hertford: Stephen Austin, 1855.Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1855Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Simms, William Gilmore. Views and Reviews in American Literature, History and Fiction. New York: Wiley and Putnam, 1845.Author: Simms, William GilmorePublication Date: 1845Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Sherman, Henry. Slavery in the United States of America; its National Recognition and Relations, from the Establishment of the Confederacy, to the Present Time. A Word to the North and South. 2nd ed.. Hartford, CT: Hurlburt & Pond, 1860.Author: Sherman, HenryPublication Date: 1860Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Arnold, Thomas. Introductory Lectures in Modern History, Edited, from the second London edition, with a preface and notes. Ed. Henry Reed. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1858.Author: Arnold, ThomasPublication Date: 1858Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Herrig, L. The British Classical Authors : Select Specimens of the National Literature of England from G. Chaucer to the Present Time. 2nd stereotype ed.. New York: G & B Westermann Bros., 1851.Author: Herrig, L.Publication Date: 1851Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Campbell, William W. The Border Warfare of New York during the Revolution, or, The Annals of Tryon County. New York: Baker & Schribner, 1849.Author: Campbell, William W.Publication Date: 1849Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Tupper, Martin Farquhar. Proverbial Philosophy: a Book of Thoughts and Arguments, Originally Treated. London: Joseph Rickerby, 1838.Author: Tupper, Martin FarquharPublication Date: 1838Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Catullus, Gaius Valerius; Tibullus, Albius. The Works of Catullus and Tibullus, and the Vigil of Venus, to Which are Added, the Metrical Versions of Lamb and Grainger, and a Selection of Versions by Other Writers. Trans. Walter K. Kelly. London: Henry G. Bohn, 1854.Author: Catullus, Gaius Valerius; Tibullus, AlbiusPublication Date: 1854Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Cowper, William. The Poetical Works of William Cowper, with a Biographical Notice by H.F. Carey. Philadelphia: Henry Carey Baird, 1856.Author: Cowper, WilliamPublication Date: 1856Reading date: During or After 1856Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Sand, George. Consuelo. Trans. Francis G. Shaw. 3rd ed.. New York: William H. Graham, 1848.Author: Sand, GeorgePublication Date: 1848Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Coues, Elliott. Woman in the Case: an Address Delivered at the Annual Commencement of the National Medical College in the Congregational Church of Washington, March 16, 1887. 2nd ed., with an introduction by Elisabeth Cavazza. Boston: Occult Publishing Co., 1890.Author: Coues, ElliottPublication Date: 1890Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Carpenter, Edward. England's Ideal, and Other Papers on Social Subjects. London: Swan Sonnenschein, Lowery & Co, 1887.Author: Carpenter, EdwardPublication Date: 1887Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Ellis, George. Specimens of Early English Metrical Romances : to Which is Prefixed an Historical Introduction on the Rise and Progress of Romantic Composition in France and England. Ed. J.O. Halliwell. London: Henry G. Bohn, 1848.Author: Ellis, GeorgePublication Date: 1848Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Dowden, Edward. Shakespeare : A Critical Study of His Mind and Art. London: Henry S. King & Co., 1875.Author: Dowden, EdwardPublication Date: 1875Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
De Amicis, Edomondo. Holland and its People. Trans. Caroline Tilton. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1890.Author: De Amicis, EdomondoPublication Date: 1890Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Antoninus, Marcus Aurelius. The thoughts of the Emperor M. Aurelius Antoninus. Trans. George Long. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1864.Author: Antoninus, Marcus AureliusPublication Date: 1864Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Fauriel, C.C. History of Provencal Poetry. Trans. G.J. Adler. New York: Derby & Jackson, 1860.Author: Fauriel, C.C.Publication Date: 1860Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Ingersoll, Robert Green. A Lay Sermon. New York: Truth Seeker Co., 1886.Author: Ingersoll, Robert GreenPublication Date: 1886Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Posnett, Hutcheson Macaulay. Comparative Literature. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1886.Author: Posnett, Hutcheson MacaulayPublication Date: 1886Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Horace. The Works of Horace. Trans. C. Smart. London: Bell & Daldy, 1864.Author: HoracePublication Date: 1864Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Homer. The Odyssey of Homer: With the Hymns, Epigrams, and Battle of the Frogs and Mice. Trans. Theodore Alois Buckley. London: Henry G. Bohn, 1863.Author: HomerPublication Date: 1863Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Homer. The Odyssey of Homer, with Notes by Theodore Alois Buckley, and Flaxman's Designs. Trans. Alexander Pope. New York: Scribner, Welford, and Armstrong, 1874.Author: HomerPublication Date: 1874Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Lomas, John; Peace, Alfred S. The Wealthy Men and Women of Brooklyn and Williamsburgh : Embracing a Complete List of All Whose Estimated Possessions (In Real and Personal Property) Amount to the Sum of Ten Thousand Dollars and Upwards, Together with Brief Biographical Sketches of Many Meritorious and Eminent Persons. Brooklyn, NY: A.S. Peace, 1847.Author: Lomas, John; Peace, Alfred S.Publication Date: 1847Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Sarrazin, Gabriel. La renaissance de la poésie anglaise. Paris: Librairie acadelmique Dider, Perrin et cie, 1889.Author: Sarrazin, GabrielPublication Date: 1889Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Antoninus, Marcus Aurelius. The Thoughts of the Emperor M. Aurelius Antoninus. Trans. George Long. Revised Edition. London: George Bell & Sons, 1885.Author: Antoninus, Marcus AureliusPublication Date: 1885Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Schele, de Vere, M. Outlines of Comparative Philology : With a Sketch of the Languages of Europe, Arranged Upon Philologic Principles, and a Brief History of the Art of Writing. New York: G.P. Putnam & Co., 1853.Author: Schele, de Vere, M.Publication Date: 1853Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Babcock, W.H. Lord Stirling. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1880.Author: Babcock, W.H.Publication Date: 1880Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Euripedes. The Tragedies of Euripedes. Literally Translated or Revised, with Critical and Explanatory Notes. Trans. Theodore Alois Buckley. London: Bell & Daldy, 1866.Author: EuripedesPublication Date: 1866Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
O'Connor, William Douglas. The Good Gray Poet: a Vindication. New York: Bruce & Huntington, 1866.Author: O'Connor, William DouglasPublication Date: 1866Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Swinburne, Algernon Charles. William Blake : A Critical Essay. London: John Camden Hotten, 1868.Author: Swinburne, Algernon CharlesPublication Date: 1868Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Pindar. The Odes of Pindar. Trans. Dawson W. Turner. London: Henry G. Bohn, 1852.Author: PindarPublication Date: 1852Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Sophocles. The Tragedies of Sophocles: in English Prose, the Oxford Translation. London: Henry G. Bohn, 1860.Author: SophoclesPublication Date: 1860Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Unsigned. "Territorial Aggrandizement." (New York) The United States Magazine, and Democratic Review 17 (issue 88) (1845): 247. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1845Notes: Whitman kept a page from this article with material from a review of Thomas Arnold's "Introductory Lectures on Modern History" (also duk.00010). Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Unsigned. "Arnold's Lectures on Modern History." (New York) The United States Magazine, and Democratic Review 17 (issue 88) (1845): 249-51. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1845Notes: "What is the definition of History?" Whitman kept pages from this article with material from the preceding article in the Review: "Territorial Aggrandizement" (also duk.00010). Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy.
Craik, George L., and Charles Macfarlane. The Pictorial History of England. 1849.Author: Craik, George L., and Charles MacfarlanePublication Date: 1841Notes: Whitman refers to this title in several annotations; edition unknown but perhaps the 1841, as page number references do not match the 1849 ed. Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes. See loc.03411.
Webster, Noah. An American Dictionary of the English Language. 1855.Author: Webster, NoahPublication Date: 1828Notes: Whitman quotes in various of his annotations from Webster's Dictionary. Evidence of reading: Whitman's notes. See duk.00687.
Ainsworth, William Harrison. The Miser's Daughter. Date unknown.Author: Ainsworth, William HarrisonNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Anthon. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities. Date unknown.Author: AnthonNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Baxter, Richard. Life and Writings. Date unknown.Author: Baxter, RichardNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Bell, Robert. Life of the Rt. Hon. George Canning. Date unknown.Author: Bell, RobertNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Blake, J.D. History of the American Revolution. Date unknown.Author: Blake, J.D.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Berrian, William. An Historical Sketch of Trinity Church, N.Y.. Date unknown.Author: Berrian, WilliamNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Bolles, William. Phonographic Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language. Date unknown.Author: Bolles, WilliamNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Boyd, J.R. Eclectic Moral Philosophy. Date unknown.Author: Boyd, J.R.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Bulwer, E.L. Lucretia; or The Children of the Night. Date unknown.Author: Bulwer, E.L.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Chambers. Encyclopedia of English Literature. Date unknown.Author: ChambersNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Chapin, A.B. Puritanism Not Genuine Protestantism. Date unknown.Author: Chapin, A.B.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Chambers. Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge. Date unknown.Author: ChambersNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Child, Lydia Maria. Fact and Fiction. Date unknown.Author: Child, Lydia MariaNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Child, Lydia Maria. Memoirs of Madame de Stael and of Madame Roland. Date unknown.Author: Child, Lydia MariaNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. Aids to Reflection. Date unknown.Author: Coleridge, Samuel TaylorNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Colman. Juvenile Publications. Date unknown.Author: ColmanNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
D'Aubigne, J.H. Merle. History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century. Date unknown.Author: D'Aubigne, J.H. MerleNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
D'Aubigne, J.H. Merle. The Protector; A Vindication. Date unknown.Author: D'Aubigne, J.H. MerleNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
DeSmet, Father P.J. Oregon Missions. Date unknown.Author: DeSmet, Father P.J.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Desher, Charles D. Chaucer and Selections from His Poetical Works. Date unknown.Author: Desher, Charles D.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Dickens, Charles. The Cricket on the Hearth. Date unknown.Author: Dickens, CharlesNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Dickens, Charles. The Chimes. Date unknown.Author: Dickens, CharlesNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Dickens, Charles. A Goblin Story. Date unknown.Author: Dickens, CharlesNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Dickens, Charles. A Christmas Carol. Date unknown.Author: Dickens, CharlesNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Dumas. The Duke of Burgundy. Date unknown.Author: DumasNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Duncan. Sacred Philosophy of the Seasons. Date unknown.Author: DuncanNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Dwight, Theodore. Summer Tours. Date unknown.Author: Dwight, TheodoreNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Ellet, E.F. Rambles About the Country. Date unknown.Author: Ellet, E.F.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Farnham, Thomas F. Mexico: Its Geography, Its People, and Its Institutions. Date unknown.Author: Farnham, Thomas F.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Farnham, Thomas F. Life, Travels, and Adventures in California and Scenes in the Pacific Ocean. Date unknown.Author: Farnham, Thomas F.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Ferrier, S. The Inheritance. Date unknown.Author: Ferrier, S.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Ford, Richard. Spaniards and Their Country. Date unknown.Author: Ford, RichardNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Foster, John. The Statesmen of the Commonwealth of England. Date unknown.Author: Foster, JohnNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Fowler, L.N. Marriage, Its History and Ceremonies. Date unknown.Author: Fowler, L.N.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Fowler, O.S. Physiology, Animal and Mental. Date unknown.Author: Fowler, O.S.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Fowler, O.S. Memory and Intellectual Improvement. Date unknown.Author: Fowler, O.S.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Galt, John G. Treatment of Insanity. Date unknown.Author: Galt, John G.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Goodwin. Lives of the Necromancers. Date unknown.Author: GoodwinNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Gore. The Courtier of the Days of Charles II. Date unknown.Author: GoreNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Guy, William Augustus. Doctor Hopper's Physicians' Vade Mecum. Date unknown.Author: Guy, William AugustusNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Hallam, Henry. The Constitutional History of England. Date unknown.Author: Hallam, HenryNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Headley. Washington and His Generals. Date unknown.Author: HeadleyNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Herbert, Henry William. Roman Traitor, A True Tale of the Republic. Date unknown.Author: Herbert, Henry WilliamNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Unsigned. Jack Long, or Shot in the Eye. Date unknown.Author: UnsignedNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Jerrould, Douglas. St. Giles and St. James. Date unknown.Author: Jerrould, DouglasNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Unsigned. Julia Ormond, or The New Settlement. Date unknown.Author: UnsignedNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Kirkland, C.M. Spenser and the Fairy Queen. Date unknown.Author: Kirkland, C.M.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Knowles, James Sheridan. Fortesque. Date unknown.Author: Knowles, James SheridanNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Unsigned. Laneton Parsonage. Date unknown.Author: UnsignedNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Lee, R. Memoirs of Baron Cuvier. Date unknown.Author: Lee, R.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Unsigned. Life of Christ in the Words of the Evangelists. Date unknown.Author: UnsignedNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Unsigned. Lives of Eminent Individuals Celebrated in American History. Date unknown.Author: UnsignedNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Livermore, Abiel Abott. Lectures to Young Men. Date unknown.Author: Livermore, Abiel AbottNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Unsigned. Locke Amsden, or The Schoolmaster. Date unknown.Author: UnsignedNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Lester, B.C. Edwards. Houston and His Republic. Date unknown.Author: Lester, B.C. EdwardsNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Lossing, Benson J. Seventeen Hundred and Seventy-Six. Date unknown.Author: Lossing, Benson J.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Unsigned. Martyrs and Covenanters of Scotland. Date unknown.Author: UnsignedNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Mackenzie, A. Slidell. Spain Revisited. Date unknown.Author: Mackenzie, A. SlidellNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
McIntosh, Mary J. Two Lives, or To Seem and To Be. Date unknown.Author: McIntosh, Mary J.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Mayo, A.D. Balance. Date unknown.Author: Mayo, A.D.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Unsigned. Memoirs of the Most Eminent American Mechanics. Date unknown.Author: UnsignedNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Miller, Thomas. The Poetical Language of Flowers. Date unknown.Author: Miller, ThomasNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Moore, Dr. George. The Use of the Body in Relation to the Mind. Date unknown.Author: Moore, Dr. GeorgeNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Morse. School Geography and Atlas. Date unknown.Author: MorseNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
von Muller, Baron John. History of the World. Date unknown.Author: von Muller, Baron JohnNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Olmstead. Letters on Astronomy. Date unknown.Author: OlmsteadNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Osgood, Francis Sargent. A Birth-Day Bijou. Date unknown.Author: Osgood, Francis SargentNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Pardoe. Louis the Fourteenth. Date unknown.Author: PardoeNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Parker, Samuel. Journal of an Exploring Tour Beyond the Rocky Mountains. Date unknown.Author: Parker, SamuelNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Phelps. The Fireside Friend, or Female Student. Date unknown.Author: PhelpsNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Prescott. Conquest of Peru. Date unknown.Author: PrescottNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Salkeld, Joseph. Classical Antiquities. Date unknown.Author: Salkeld, JosephNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Sampson, M.B. Rationale of Crime. Date unknown.Author: Sampson, M.B.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Sargent, Epes. Songs of the Sea and Other Poems. Date unknown.Author: Sargent, EpesNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Schmitz, Dr. Leonard. History of Rome. Date unknown.Author: Schmitz, Dr. LeonardNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Sigourney. Water-Drops. Date unknown.Author: SigourneyNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Simms, William Gilmore. Guy Rivers: A Tale of Georgia. Date unknown.Author: Simms, William GilmoreNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Soulie, Frederick. Pastourel. Date unknown.Author: Soulie, FrederickNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Soulie, Frederick. Countess of Morion. Date unknown.Author: Soulie, FrederickNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Spooner, Alden. The Grape Vine. Date unknown.Author: Spooner, AldenNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Spurzheim, J.G. Phrenology. Date unknown.Author: Spurzheim, J.G.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Story. Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States. Date unknown.Author: StoryNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Sue, Eugene. Martin the Foundling. Date unknown.Author: Sue, EugeneNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Sue, Eugene. The Wandering Jew. Date unknown.Author: Sue, EugeneNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Taylor, W.C. Modern British Plutarch. Date unknown.Author: Taylor, W.C.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Thornton, Henry. Family Prayers. Date unknown.Author: Thornton, HenryNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Timpson, Thomas. Memoirs of Mrs. Elizabeth Fry. Date unknown.Author: Timpson, ThomasNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Titmarsh, Michael Angelo. Notes on a Journey From Cornhill to Cairo. Date unknown.Author: Titmarsh, Michael AngeloNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Turnbull. Genius of Scotland. Date unknown.Author: TurnbullNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Upham, Thomas C. Life of Madame de la Mothe Guyon, With Some Account of Fenelon, Archbishop of Cambray. Date unknown.Author: Upham, Thomas C.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Van Lennep, J. The Adopted Son. Date unknown.Author: Van Lennep, J.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Von Tschudi. Travels in Peru. Date unknown.Author: Von TschudiNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Ware, John. Memoir of the Life of Henry Ware, Jr.. Date unknown.Author: Ware, JohnNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Warner, James F. Rudimental Lessons in Music. Date unknown.Author: Warner, James F.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Wayland, Francis. The Pursuit of Knowledge Under Difficulties. Date unknown.Author: Wayland, FrancisNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Wellman, J. K. Illustrated Botany. Date unknown.Author: Wellman, J. K.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Wemyss, Francis C. Twenty-Six Years of the Life of an Actor and Manager. Date unknown.Author: Wemyss, Francis C.Notes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Willis, Nathaniel Parker. Sacred Poems. Date unknown.Author: Willis, Nathaniel ParkerNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Willson, Marcius. American History. Date unknown.Author: Willson, MarciusNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Whittier, John Greenleaf. Supernaturalism of New England. Date unknown.Author: Whittier, John GreenleafNotes: Emory Holloway lists this book as reviewed or noticed by Walt Whitman in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Evidence of reading: Emory Holloway, The Uncollected Poetry and Prose of Walt Whitman (Garden City, N.Y., and Toronto: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1921). Vol. 1. Page 126, note 2.
Unsigned. "With Whom We Trade." Life Illustrated (1855-12-08): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Glimpses of Iowa." (New York) Life Illustrated 1 (1855-12-08): 48-53. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Literary Institutions." (New York) Life Illustrated 3 (1856-12-27): 70-79. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Victoria Bridge." (duplicate of above) Life Illustrated duplicate of above (1856-12-27): duplicate of above. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Whole Amount of Salt Inspected." (New York) Life Illustrated (1857-01-31): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Travels in South Africa." (New York) Life Illustrated 3 (1857-01-31): 105-109. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Temperature of the Earth." (New York) Life Illustrated (1857-03-14): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Bridge at St. Louis." (New York) Life Illustrated (1857-03-14): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The State of New York Contains." (New York) Life Illustrated (1857-12-26): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Fincastle Valley Whig." (New York) Life Illustrated (1857-12-26): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Crops of 1856." (New York) Life Illustrated 5 (1857-12-26): 70-74. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "U. S. Army - The Total Authorized Strength." (New York) Life Illustrated 5 (1857-12-26): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Dow Johnson, Lorenzo. "Memoria technica: or, The Art of Abbreviating …, also Rules for Memorizing …." (London) (1847): Author: Dow Johnson, LorenzoNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Peru The U.S. Democratic Review." (New York) The United States Magazine and Democratic Review 21 (1847): 129-140. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
von Tschudi, J. J. "Travels in Peru, During the Years 1838-1842." (London) (1847): Author: von Tschudi, J. J.Notes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Herschel, John. "Results of Astronomical Observations Made During the Years 1834,5,6,7,8, at the Cape of Good Hope, Being the Completion of a Telescopic Survey of the Whole Surface of the Visible Heavens, commenced in 1825." (Edinburgh, Scotland) The North British Review 8, 9 (1848): 263-286. Author: Herschel, JohnNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Johnson, Alex Keith. "The Physical Atlas. [Book Review]." (Edinburgh, Scotland) Edinburgh Review, Or Critical Journal 89 (1849): 169-181. Author: Johnson, Alex KeithNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Johnson, Alex Keith. "Taylor's Eve of the Conquest [Review]." (Edinburgh, Scotland) Edinburgh Review, Or Critical Journal 89 (1849): Author: Johnson, Alex KeithNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Littell, E. "Littell's Living Age." E. Littell & Co. 22 (1849): Author: Littell, E.Notes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Layard's Nineveh and its Remains." (Edinburgh, Scotland) The North British Review 11, 12 (1849): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Central Nation." (New York) The American Whig Review 15, 16 (1852): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Johnston, Alexander Keith. "The Physical Atlas: A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating the Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena." (Edinburgh ) (1854): Author: Johnston, Alexander KeithNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Goodrich, Samuel G. "The World As it Is, And As it Has Been or, A Comprehensive Geography And History, Ancient And Modern." (New York) (1855): Author: Goodrich, Samuel G.Notes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Smith, Roswell C. "Smith's Atlas of Modern and Ancient Geography." (New York) (1855): Author: Smith, Roswell C.Notes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Calkins, Norman Allison. "Student and Schoolmate." (New York) 3, 4 (1856): Author: Calkins, Norman AllisonNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Henry Mandeville, D. D. "Fourth Reader. for Common Schools and Academies." (New York) (1856): Author: Henry Mandeville, D. D.Notes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Central America." (New York) Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1856-01-03): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Killed an Otter." (New York) New York Clipper 4,3 (1856-05-10): 18-27. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Our Large Pictures.." (Boston) Ballou's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion 10 (issue 21) (1856-05-24): 333. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Says a Scientific Writer." (Boston) Ballou's Pictorial (1856-07-19): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "American Association for the Advancement of Science (Proceedings, Day 3)." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1856-08-25): 3. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "New York Herald." (New York) (1856-08-26): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "American Association for the Advancement of Science (Proceedings, Day 4)." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1856-08-26): 6. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "New York Daily Tribune." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1856-08-28): 5-6. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Scientific Congress.." (New York) New York Herald (1856-08-28): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Inauguration of Dudley Observatory; Uses of Astronomy." (New York) New York Daily Times (1856-08-29): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Weekly Report of Deaths." (New York) The New York Herald (1856-10-06): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Census of Russia.." (New York) New York Herald (1856-10-26): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Staple Products of Texas." (New York ) Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1856-11-14): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "." (New York) Life Illustrated 3 (1856-12-06): 44-46. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Chesapeake and the Great Lakes United." (New York) Life Illustrated (1856-12-06): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "How Far Is It? Ours a Great Country." (New York) Life Illustrated 3 (1856-12-06): 46-49. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "central point of an active and industrious population." (New York) Life Illustrated 3 (1856-12-06): 44-45. . Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Brooklyn Daily Eagle." (New York) (1856-12-12): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Greatest City." (New York) Life Illustrated 3 (1856-12-20): 63-72. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Wells, David A. "Things Not Generally Known: A Popular Hand-book of Facts Not Readily Accessible in Literature, History, and Science." (New York) (1857): Author: Wells, David A.Notes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Westminster Review." (New York) 67 (1857): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Modern Naples." Harper's Weekly (1857-01-17): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Commerce of the La Plata--Advantages of Capt. Page's Explorations." New York Daily Times (1857-01-19): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
De La Sagra, R. "Statistical Notices on the Five Republics of Central America." (New York) New York Herald (1857-01-25): 8. Author: De La Sagra, R.Notes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Eugene Scribe. "The Spanish Moor or, The Convent of Alcala.: A Story of the Throne, The Alter and the Forest." (Boston) Ballou's Pictorial Drawing - Room Companion 12 (1857-01-31): 66. Author: Eugene ScribeNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Sketches in Sierra Leone, Western Africa.." (Boston) Ballou's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion 12 (issue 5) (1857-01-31): 67. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Japan. Appearance of the Country.." (New York) New York Times (1857-02-08): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "We Have Already Announced the Grant by the Turkish Government." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1857-03-20): 4. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "H. M. Coral reefs." (New York) Life Illustrated (1857-03-21): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Brief History of China." (New York) Life Illustrated 3 (1857-03-21): 168-170. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Papuas." (New York) Life Illustrated 3 (1857-03-21): 162-165. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Scenes in New Brunswick.." (Boston) Ballou's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion 12 (issue 13) (1857-03-28): 201. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Canso Light, Nova Scotia." Ballou's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion 12 (issue 14) (1857-03-29): 193. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "News from New Granada." (New York) New York Herald (1857-03-29): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Cruise of the Sloop-of-War John Adams." (New York) New York Herald (1857-03-29): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Army and Militia of the United States." (New York) New York Herald (1857-04-05): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Wagon Road from Nebraska." (New York) New York Herald (1857-04-05): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Interests of Russia in China." (New York) New York Herald (1857-04-06): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Emperor of China." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1857-04-06): 6. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Notes on the Missouri River." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1857-04-07): 6. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Godkin, Edwin Lawrence. "The Southern States of the North American Union." (New York) New York Weekly Tribune (1857-04-04): Author: Godkin, Edwin LawrenceNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. This article was one installment in a series. Godkin's name is not listed on the piece in the Tribune (the author is listed only as "An English Traveler"). However, the Life and Letters of Edwin Lawrence Godkin (New York: Macmillan, 1907) reproduces portions of the letters (beginning on page 118), attributing them to Godkin. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Madison, Wisconsin." (New York) Life Illustrated 3 (1857-04-18): 200-209. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Sectarianism Among the Turks." (New York) Life Illustrated 3 (1857-04-18): 200-204. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "News, &c. from Our Correspondents." (New York) New York Herald (1857-04-25): 4. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Prairies of Chontales." (New York) Harper's Weekly (1857-04-25): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Some Celestial Paradoxes." (New York) Harper's Weekly 4 (1857-04-25): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Rivalry Existing Between England and Russia in Asia." (New York) New York Herald (1857-04-26): 8. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Under the Dominion of the Celestial Empire." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1857-05-11): 4. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Lake Superior Copper and Iron." The Evening Post (1857-05-20): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Great West." (New York) New York Daily Times (1857-05-25): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Bayard Taylor in Northern Europe No. XXIII." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1857-06-12): 5. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Commercial Relations with Siam." The Evening Post (1857-06-13): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Is the Sun Inhabited." (New York) Life Illustrated (1857-06-20): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Down to the Year 1831." (New York) Life Illustrated (1857-06-20): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "J. R. C. Kenzer's Station." (New York) Life Illustrated (1857-06-20): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Lind, Jenny. "Two hours later We Were Located or, Egypt an Elephant Story." (New York) New York Times (1857-07-15): 2. Author: Lind, JennyNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Mutiny in India." (New York) New York Herald (1857-07-19): 4. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Annexation in India." (New York) New York Daily Times (1857-07-21): 4. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Indian Empire." (New York) New York Herald (1857-07-26): 4. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Geographical Discoveries." (New York) Life Illustrated 4 (1857-08-08): 118-122. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Nucleus of the Indian Mutiny." (New York) New York Herald (1857-08-10): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Scientific Convention." New York Daily Times (1857-08-13): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Scientific Convention at Montreal." (New York) New York Daily Times (1857-08-15): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The National Revenue." (New York) Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1857-08-17): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "From Chili." New York Daily Times (1857-08-17): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Our Copenhagen Correspondence." (New York) New York Herald (1857-08-30): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Harper's Weekly." (New York) Harpers Weekly (1857-09-12): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "New York Daily Tribune." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1857-09-16): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Gateway of the Great Temple of Juggernauth." (New York) Harper's Weekly (1857-09-26): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Brooklyn Daily Eagle." (New York) Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1857-10-02): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Our Stockholm Correspondence." (New York) New York Herald (1857-10-11): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "History of the East India Company." (New York) Harper's Weekly 10 (1857-10-24): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "British Empire in India." (New York) New York Herald (1857-10-25): 3. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "New York Daily Tribune." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1857-10-26): 4. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "A Tunnel From England to France." (New York) Life Illustrated 5 (1857-12-05): 46-49. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Gila Expedition." (New York) New York Herald (1857-12-06): 3. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "[It is likely that during the present Session of Congress]." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1857-12-08): 4. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Brooklyn Daily Eagle." Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1857-12-11): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Livingstone's Travels and Researches in Southern Africa." (New York) Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1857-12-17): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Livingstone's Travels and Researches in Southern Africa." (New York) Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1857-12-18): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Italian Travel." (New York) New York Times (1857-12-26): 3. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Proposed Territory of Arizona." (New York) New York Herald (1857-12-27): 4. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Nile." (New York) New York Times (1857-12-29): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Overland from St. Petersburg to the Mouth of the Amoor (Also The Japanese Becoming Less Exclusive)." (New York) New York Times (1857-12-29): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Benedict, Erastus Cornelius. "Excursion to Pompeii." (Burlington, VT) Burlington Free Press (1858-01-01): 1. Author: Benedict, Erastus CorneliusNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "New York Times." (New York) New York Times (1858-01-06): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Foreign Correspondence. & other columns Brooklyn Daily Eagle." Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1858-01-09): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Differences of Times." (New York) Life Illustrated (1858-01-09): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Interesting Account of the Russian Settlements on the Amoor River." (New York) New York Herald (1858-01-17): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Exploration of the Amoor." (New York) New York Herald (1858-01-17): 3. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Livingstone. "This Eminent explorer." (New York) Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1858-01-27): 2. Author: LivingstoneNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Oyster Beds and Oyster Business of Virginia." (New york) New York Daily Tribune (1858-01-28): 3. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Royal Families of Europe." (New York) New York Herald (1858-02-21): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Pacific Railroad—Overland to California." (New York) New York Daily Times (1858-04-19): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Overland Communication with the Pacific—The False and the True Policy." (New York) New York Herald (1858-04-24): 4. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "New York Daily Tribune." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1858-07-26): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "China: Delivery of the President's Letter. Three Days with the Mandarins. Bombardment of the Ta-Koo. Interview of Mr. Reed with the Imperial Commissioner." (New York) New York Times (1858-08-20): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Boynton. "Geological Lectures." (New York) Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1858-09-23): 3. Author: BoyntonNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Summary Received by the Last English Mail." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1858-09-27): 4. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Dr. Boynton's Second Lecture." (New York) Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1858-10-01): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Donati Comet." (New York) New York Herald (1858-10-10): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Brooklyn Daily Eagle." (New York) The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1858-10-12): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Dr. Boynton's Sixth Lecture." (New York) Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1858-10-13): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Mattison, H. "The Great Comet." (New York) The New York Herald (1858-10-14): 1. Author: Mattison, H.Notes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Comets: Their Histories and Habits." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1858-10-15): 7. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "New York Daily Tribune." (New York) (1858-11-02): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Taylor, Bayard. "Bayard Taylor in Northern Europe: No. LXX Railroads in Russia." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1858-11-02): 6. Author: Taylor, BayardNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Our Vienna Correspondence." (New York) New York Herald (1858-11-07): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Burmah; The New Capital." New York Times (1858-11-08): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Indians in Oregon and Washington." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1858-11-19): 6. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Brazilian Empire. The Sailor's Magazine." (New York) The New York Herald 31, 32 (1858-11-28): 5. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Life in the Pacific Territories." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1858-12-04): 6. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Fisheries of Puget Sound and the Vicinity." (New York) New York Daily Tribune (1858-12-27): 6. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "A Long Look Backward." (New York ) New York Daily Tribune (1858-12-31): 3. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art." 47 (1859): 143. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Hamlin, H. F. "Utah and the Great Basin." New York Daily Tribune (1859-01-29): Author: Hamlin, H. F.Notes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Rosettat Stone--Letter from Humbodt." (New York) New York Times (1859-07-13): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Lecture of W. S. Studley.." (New York) Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1860-02-17): 2. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Pre-Adamite Man." (New York ) Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1860-10-24): 1. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Scenes on the Ocean Floor." (New York) The Sailor's Magazine 29, 30 (1867-05): 270. Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Life Illustrated." (1856-12-05): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Willard, Emma. "Universal History in Perspective." (Date unknown): 1. Author: Willard, EmmaNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Eve of the Conquest." The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art 16, 17 (1849): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "." Life Illustrated (Date unknown): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Haydn, Joseph Timothy. "Dictionary of Dates, and Universal Reference (This is not the original source)." 16, 17 (Date unknown): Author: Haydn, Joseph TimothyNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Our Country." (Date unknown): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "New York Daily Tribune." (Date unknown): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The Different African Races." (Philadelphia) 16 (Date unknown): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Italia: Waugh's Great Paintings." Brooklyn Museum Flyer (Date unknown): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Lecture on India." (Date unknown): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "The French in Algeria." (Date unknown): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "According to the Statistical tables of Dr. Petermann." (Date unknown): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Unsigned. "Russia is to Have Her System of Railroads." (Date unknown): Author: UnsignedNotes: This source was part of Whitman's cultural geography scrapbook. Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #owu.00090.
Scott, Walter. The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott; with and His Last Additions and Illustrations. 1833.Author: Scott, WalterPublication Date: 1833Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03447.
Post Office Department. "The Postal Laws and Regulations." (1866): Author: Post Office DepartmentPublication Date: 1866Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03457.
Whelpley, J.D. "On Style." (New York) The American Review: A Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art and Science 2 (1845): 357-364. Author: Whelpley, J.D.Publication Date: 1845Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #rut.00014.
Unsigned. "Words." (New York) The American Review: A Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art and Science 1 (1845-01): 177-182. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1845Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #rut.00015.
Unsigned. "From the Boston Eve'g Transcript." (1891-05-07): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1891Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #rut.00016.
Unsigned. "The Pleasures of the Pen." (New York) The United States Magazine and Democratic Review 20 (1847-01): 27-36. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1847Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #rut.00017.
Unsigned. "Theories of Evil." (New York) The American Whig Review 8-14 (1851): 515-524. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1851Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #rut.00018.
Unsigned. "The American Mind." (New York) Harper's New Monthly Magazine 15 (1857-06 to 1857-11): 690-698. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1857Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #rut.00019.
Unsigned. "The English Mind." (New York) Harper's New Monthly Magazine 15 (1857-06 to 1857-11): 835-836. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1857Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #rut.00020.
Unsigned. "My Married Life." (Cincinnati) The Social Revolutionist; A Medium for the Free Discussion of General Principles and Practical Measures, Pertaining to Human Progress and General Well-Being. 4 (1857-07): 1. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1857Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #rut.00021.
Bowen, Charlotte H. "Exclusiveness in Love." (Cincinnati) The Social Revolutionist; A Medium for the Free Discussion of General Principles and Practical Measures, Pertaining to Human Progress and General Well-Being. 4 (1857-07): 7-8. Author: Bowen, Charlotte H.Publication Date: 1857Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #rut.00021.
Monroe, J.R. "Variety in Love." (Cincinnati) The Social Revolutionist; A Medium for the Free Discussion of General Principles and Practical Measures, Pertaining to Human Progress and General Well-Being. 4 (1857-07): 8-10. Author: Monroe, J.R.Publication Date: 1857Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #rut.00021.
Drayton, Michael. "America and the Early English Poets." (Washington, D.C.) The United States Magazine and Democratic Review 4 (1839): 469-474. Author: Drayton, MichaelPublication Date: 1839Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #rut.00013.
Unsigned. "What Women Can Do." The Pacific Rural Press 23-24 (1882-05-27): 419. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1882Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #yal.00422.
Unsigned. "The Last Days of Columbus." (New York) Harper's Magazine 3 (Date unknown): 59-60. Author: UnsignedEvidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.00265.
Unsigned. "English Spelling Reform." (New York) The Westminster Review 51-53 (1849-04): 33-34. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1849Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03394.
Unsigned. "A Word for Woman; Origin of Speech-- History of Alphabets." (New York) American Phrenological Journal 24 (1856-08): 1, 26. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1856Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03395.
Unsigned. "On the Use of the Precious Metals, As Elements of National and Individual Prosperity." (New York) The American Review: A Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art, and Science 5 (1847-01): 507. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1847Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03396.
Unsigned. "The Indians in American Art." (New York) The Crayon: A Journal Devoted to the Graphic Arts, and the Literature Related to Them 3 (1856-01): 27-28. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1856Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.00164.
Collins, William. The Passions. An Ode for Music. London: 1823.Author: Collins, WilliamPublication Date: 1823Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.01775.
Deshler, Charles D. Wiley and Putnam's Library of American Books. Chaucer; Selections from the Political Works of Geoffry Chaucer: with a Concise Life of that Poet, and the Remarks Illustrative of his Genius. London: Wiley and Putnam, 1847.Author: Deshler, Charles D.Publication Date: 1847Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03682.
Unsigned. "Our Weekly Gossip." (New York) Brother Jonathan (1842-02-46): 238. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1842Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03779.
Thomson, Asa L. "Negroes for Sale." (Natchez, Mississippi) Natchez Free Trader (1848-05-02): Author: Thomson, Asa L.Publication Date: 1848Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03780.
Talfourd, Thomas Noon. "Charles Lamb." (London) Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine 66 (1849-08): 10. Author: Talfourd, Thomas NoonPublication Date: 1849Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03781.
Hall, J. Sparkes. The Book of the Feet: a History of Boots and Shoes, with Illustrations of the Fashions of the Egyptians, Hebrews, Persians, Greeks, and Romans, and the Prevailing Style Throughout Europe, During the Middle Ages, Down to the Present Period; also, Hints to Last-Makers, and Remedies for Corns, Etc.. New York: 1847.Author: Hall, J. SparkesPublication Date: 1847Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03785.
Unsigned. "A Winter in the South." (New York) Harper's New Monthly Magazine 15 (1857-11): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1857Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03787.
Unsigned. "Some Shakespearian and Spenserian Mss.; Learning of Shakespeare." (New York) The American Whig Review 9-15 (1852-02): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1852Reading date: During or After 1852Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03791.
Unsigned. "Affairs in England." (New York) The New-York Times (1867-03-18): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1867Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03792.
Unsigned. "New Books." Philadelphia Press (1891-11-01): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1891Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03793.
Unsigned. "Shakesperiana." (New York) The Critic; A Weekly Review of Literature and the Arts 17 (1890-08-02): 59. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1890Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03794.
Unsigned. "Editor's Quarters." (Topeka) The Kansas Magazine 2 (1872-08): 99-100; 194. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1872Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03795.
Unsigned. "Modern Writers on Greece. And Her Antique Remains." (New York) International Review (1875-05 to 1875-06): 320-321. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1875Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03797.
Unsigned. "Modern Writers on Greece. And Her Antique Remains." (New York) International Review (1875-05 to 1875-06): 320-321. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1875Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03797.
Unsigned. ""The Good Gray Poet"; At Work His New Edition of "Leaves of Grass."; Complete and Crowning Work of Walt Whitman's Life; The Purpose of His Poetry Stated in His Own Language." (Boston) Boston Daily Globe (1881-08-24): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1881Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03799.
O'Grady, Standish. History of Ireland: Critical and Philosophical. Dublin: E. Ponsonby & Company, 1881.Author: O'Grady, StandishPublication Date: 1881Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03800.
Unsigned. "Constitution of the American Copyright League." (New York) Publisher's Weekly (1888-01-21): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1888Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03802.
Browning, Robert. "Foreign News." (Boston) Boston Evening Transcript (1889-12-14): Author: Browning, RobertPublication Date: 1889Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03803.
Unsigned. "The Listener." (Boston) Boston Evening Transcript (1889-09-14): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1889Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03804.
Unsigned. "Brunswick's Letters." (Boston) Boston Evening Transcript (1890-09-20): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1890Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03805.
Unsigned. "Clubs, Guilds, and Societies." (Boston) The Christian Register (1891-04-30): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1891Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03806.
Unsigned. "Peeps from Under a Parasol." (New York) New York Ledger (1856): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1856Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03807.
Scott, Walter. "Appendix No. I; Relation." (1816): Author: Scott, WalterPublication Date: 1816Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03808.
Woodworth, Samuel. "Appendix." (New York) Festivals, Games, and Amusements. Ancient and Modern. (1831): Author: Woodworth, SamuelPublication Date: 1816Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03809.
Unsigned. "Sketches of Siam." (New York) Frank Leslie's New York Journal of Romance, General Literature, Science and Art (1856-07): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1856Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #loc.03810.
Unsigned. "Modern English Poets." (New York) The American Whig Review 14 (1851): 461-462. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1851Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #mid.00006.
Unsigned. "Robert Southey." (New York) The American Whig Review 7 (1851): 157-168. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1851Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #mid.00007.
Hunt, Leigh. "What is Poetry?." (London) Half-Hours with the Best Authors. Selected and Arranged, with Short Biographical and Critical Notices 1 (1847): 601-610. Author: Hunt, LeighPublication Date: 1847Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #mid.00008.
Unsigned. "Lessing's Laocoon. The Secret of Classic Composition in Poetry, Painting, and Statuary." (New York) The American Whig Review 13 (1851): 17-20. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1851Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #mid.00009.
Thoreau, Henry David. "Though All the Fates Should Prove Unkind." (Boston) The Writings of Henry David Thoreau: A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers 13 (1873): 153-158. Author: Thoreau, Henry DavidPublication Date: 1873Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #mid.00010.
Unsigned. "Indian Epic Poetry." (London) The Westminster and Foreign Quarterly Review 50 (1849): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1873Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #mid.00011.
Unsigned. "The Hindu Drama." (London) The Westminster Review 67 (1857): 19, 214. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1857Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #mid.00012.
Unsigned. "Walt Whitman at the Poe Funeral." (Washington, D.C.) The Washington Evening Star (1875-11-18): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1875Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #tex.00351.
Unsigned. "Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe." (New York) The American Review: A Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art and Science (1846): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1846Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #tex.00352.
Unsigned. "Foreign Newspaper Talk." (New York) New York Times (1881-06-21): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1881Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #tex.00255.
Unsigned. "Death of Alexander Lee." (New York) The International Magazine (1852): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1852Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #tex.00258.
Unsigned. "Remains of the Confederate Dead." (Washington, D.C.) The Washington Chronicle (1872-09-19): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1872Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #tex.00262.
Unsigned. "National Cemetery Reports." (Washington, D.C.) The Washington Chronicle (1872-04-30): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1872Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #tex.00263.
Unsigned. "Sick Soldiers." (Washington, D.C.) The Washington Chronicle (1863-04-03): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1863Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #tex.00264.
Unsigned. "American Literature and Culture." (London) The London Times (1881-01-08): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1881Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #tex.00265.
Unsigned. "The Confederate Dead." (Philadelphia) The Philadelphia Ledger (1873-07-03): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1873Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #tex.00266.
Unsigned. "Partridge; Burying the Dead." (New York) The New York Tribune (1865-05-13): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1865Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #tex.00267.
Unsigned. "American Institute of Architects. --Heating and Ventilation. --Building Laws. --." (Boston) American Architect and Architecture 9 (1881): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1881Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #tex.00332.
Unsigned. "Poverty of Great. Men.." (Chicago) The Peoples' Condensed Library a Compendium of Universal Knowledge, Historical, Scientific, Mechanical and Statistical, Comprising the Origin of Many Things Not Generally Known. 9 (1881): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1881Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00181.
Shelley, Percy Bysshe. "Ode to the Skylark." (Philadelphia) Half-hours with the Best Authors (1881): Author: Shelley, Percy BysshePublication Date: 1881Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00143.
Everett, Edward. Uses of Astronomy. Boston: 1856.Author: Everett, EdwardPublication Date: 1856Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00707.
Unsigned. "Advertisements." (New York) American Phrenological Journal 19-20 (1854): 71-72. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1851Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00689.
Unsigned. "Rules to Walk." (New York) The Water-cure Journal and Herald of Reforms; devoted to Physiology, Hydropathy, and the Laws of Life 21-25 (1856): 36. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1856Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00690.
Thoreau, Henry David. A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers. Boston: 1849.Author: Thoreau, Henry DavidPublication Date: 1849Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00009.
Unsigned. "Chaucer." (Edinburgh) North British Review (1849): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1849Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00011.
Unsigned. "Early Roman History; The Currency." Western Review (1846-04): 211-272. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1846Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00012.
Unsigned. "Egotism. As Manifested in the Works and Lives of Great and Small Men." (Philadelphia) Graham's Magazine 27 (1845-03): 211-272. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1845Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00013.
Unsigned. "Perniciousness of the Trade Union." (Philadelphia) The Philadelphia Chronicle (1878-08-27): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1878Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00781.
Unsigned. "Social Science and Crime." (New York) The Library Table (1877-05-17): 117-118. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1877Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00783.
Unsigned. "The Disorder of the Times and its Remedy." (New York) The Evolution. A Review of Politics, Science, Literature and Art (1877-09): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1877Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00784.
Unsigned. "Christopher Under Canvass." (London) The Evolution. A Review of Politics, Science, Literature and Art (1849-06): 763-766. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1849Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00015.
Unsigned. "The French Moralists. La Bruyere, Montaigne, Nicole." (New York) The American Review: A Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art and Science 2 (1845-07): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1845Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00016.
Unsigned. "John Bunyan." (New York) Half-hours with the Best Authors 1 (1853): 528-534. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1853Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00021.
Unsigned. "Literature of the Middle Ages." (New York) The Westminster Review 51 (1849): 181-191. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1849Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00025.
Unsigned. "Robert Chambers. Present State of the British Empire." (Brunswick) The British Classical Authors. Select Specimens of the National Literature of England (1850): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1850Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00037.
Unsigned. "Imagination and Fact." Graham's Magazine (1852): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1852Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00038.
Unsigned. "The Slavonians and Eastern Europe." The North British Review (1849): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1849Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00039.
Unsigned. "." The New York Tribune (1857): Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1857Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00040.
Unsigned. "Modern Poetry and Poets." (Edinburgh) The Edinburgh Review (1849-07): 205-227. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1849Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00052.
Unsigned. "Nationality in Literature." (New York) The United States Magazine and Democratic Review 20 (1847-03): 265-270. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1847Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00704.
Unsigned. "Writings of Cornelius Mathews." (New York) Views and Reviews in American Literature, History and Fiction (1845): 143-169. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1845Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00058.
Unsigned. "Christopher Under Canvass." (London) Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine 66 (1849-08): 237-238. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1849Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00729.
Unsigned. "Philosophy, Psychology, and Metaphysics." (New York) The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art 76 (1871-04): 389-386. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1871Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00730.
Unsigned. "Scotch School of Philosophy and Criticism." (New York) The American Review: A Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art, and Science 2 (1845): 387-396. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1845Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00063.
Unsigned. "The "Hyperion" of John Keats." (New York) The American Whig Review (1845): 317-322. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1845Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00731.
Unsigned. "Chapter XI. Chaining the Unicorn." (New York) The New York Journal of Romance, General Literature, Science and Art 6 (1857): 17. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1845Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00733.
Unsigned. "First Series. One Hundred Events." (Boston) Memoria Technia. or The Art of Abbreviating 6 (1847): 18-40. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1847Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00734.
Unsigned. "Phrenology: A Socratic Dialogue." (New York) The American Review: A Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art and Science 3 (1846): 31-46. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1846Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00066.
Unsigned. "The Works of Alexander Pope." The North British Review 9 (1848-08): 163-179. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1848Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00068.
Unsigned. "The Prelude." (New York) The American Whig Review (1851): 447-458. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1851Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00069.
Unsigned. "Literature and Society." (New York) The Westminster Review 67 (1857): 277-288. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1857Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00735.
Unsigned. "New Poetry in New-England." (New York) The United States Magazine and Democratic Review 20 (1847): 396-397. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1847Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00071.
Unsigned. "Proven çal and Scandinavian Poetry." The Edinburgh Review 88 (1848-07): 1-16. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1848Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00073.
Unsigned. "Recollections of Poets Laureate. Wordsworth: Tennyson." (New York) The American Whig Review (1852): 516-523. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1852Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00074.
Unsigned. "R. M Milnes' Life of Keats." The North British Review (1848-11): 39-48. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1848Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00075.
Leland, Charles G. "The Romantic in Literature and Art." Sartain's Union Magazine (1849-11): Author: Leland, Charles G.Publication Date: 1849Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00076.
Herrig, Ludwig. The British Classical Authors. Select Specimens of the National Literature of England from G. Chaucer to the Present Time. Poetry and Prose.. Trans. . New York: G. & B. Westermann Brothers, 1850.Author: Herrig, LudwigPublication Date: 1850Evidence of reading: Whitman's marginalia. See #duk.00077.
Taylor, Henry. "Taylor's Eve of the Conquest." (New York) The Edinburgh Review, or Critical Journal 88-89 (1848): 184-196. Author: Taylor, HenryPublication Date: 1848Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00078.
Unsigned. "Tennyson's Poems." (London) Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine 65 (1849): 453-467. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1849Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00079.
Unsigned. "Tennyson's Poems--The Princess." (New York) The North British Review 8 (1848): 25-37. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1848Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00080.
Unsigned. "Thoughts on Reading." (New York) The American Review: A Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art and Science 1 (1845): 483-496. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1845Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00081.
Unsigned. "Translators of Homer." (New York) The American Review 4 (1845): 351-372. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1845Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00082.
Unsigned. "Sketches of the Illustrious Dead." (New York) The American Phrenological Journal, and Repository of Science, Literature, and General Intelligence, Devoted to Phrenology, Physiology, Magnetism, Education, Mechanism, Agriculture, and to all those Progressive Measures which are Calculated to Reform, Elevate, and Improve Mankind 13-14 (1851): 130-131. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1851Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00083.
Unsigned. "Ascent of Mount Popocatapetl." (Philadelphia) Friend's Intelligencer 11 (1855): 61. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1855Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00086.
Unsigned. "An Enormous Ape." (New Orleans) The New Orleans Crescent (1854-11-16): 3. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1854Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00087.
Unsigned. "New English Poets." (New York) Putnam's Monthly Magazine of American Literature, Science, and Art (1855): 226-233. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1855Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00736.
Unsigned. "Political Poets: Waller and Marvell." (New York) The American Whig Review 7-13 (1851): 412-416. Author: UnsignedPublication Date: 1851Evidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00737.
Unsigned. "Unknown." (Unknown) New York Evening Express Author: UnsignedEvidence of reading: Whitman's copy. See #duk.00025.


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