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The Atlantic Monthly The Atlantic Monthly [Vol. 11 no. 60 (January 1863) - Vol. 11 no. 68 (June 1863)]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09900 Author/Creator: The Atlantic Monthly Place Written: London, England Type: Magazine Date: 1863 Pagination: 1 vol. : 788 p. ; 24.3 x 16.5 cm.

One bound volume of The Atlantic Monthly dated January to June 1863. The volume contains 54 articles, 27 poems, and 20 literary reviews. Some notable articles are; America the Old World by Professor Louis Agassiz; Banneker, Benjamin, The Negro Astronomer by M.D. Conway; A Call to my Country Women, By Gail Hamilton; Iron-Clad Ships and Heavy Ordnance, by Alexander L. Holley; The Last Cruise of the Monitor by Grenville M. Weeks, U.S. N.; No Failure for the North, by Francis Wayland Jr.; Pericles and President Lincoln, by Henry M. Alden; A Reply to the Address of the Women of England by Harriet Beecher Stowe; Truth, Sojourner, The Libyan Sibyl by Harriet Beecher Stowe; Up the Thames by Nathaniel Hawthorne; Recollections of a gifted woman by Nathaniel Hawthorne; and A London Suburb by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Some poems of note are; The Flag by Julia Ward Howe, Lyrics of the street by Julia Ward Howe, and the Legend of Rabbi Ben Levi by H.W. Longfellow. A few reviews of note are; Rejoinder to Mrs. Stowe's Reply to the Address of the Women of England, Cochin's Results of Emancipation, North and South Russell's Diary, and Slavery and Secession in America by Thomas Ellison.

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