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Stedman, E. C., 225, 256

Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 219-23, 249

Strachey, William, 26, 38

Summary view of the Rights of British America, a, Jefferson 80

Sumner, Charles, 216

Sunthina in the Pastoral line, Lowell 174

Tales of a traveler, Irving 91

Tales of a Wayside Inn, Longfellow 155

Tamerlane and other poems, Poe 89

Taylor, Bayard, 255

Telling the Bees, Whittier 158

Tennessee's partner, Harte 242

Thanatopsis, Bryant 103, 104, 106

Thomas, Edith, 257

Thompson, Denman, 248

Thoreau, H. D., representative of New England thought, 119; life and writings, 130-39; nature-writing, 262; typically American, 265

Ticknor, George, 89, 111, 178, 216

Timrod, Henry, 225

To Helen, Poe 189, 192

Tom Sawyer, Clemens 238

Tour of the prairies, Irving 91

Transcendentalism, 111 et seq., 218; bibliography, 270-71

Tritemius, Whittier 161

True Relation, Smith 8-10, 25-26

True Reportory of the Wrack of Sir Thomas Gates, Kt. Vpon and from the Islands of the Bermudas, Strachey 26

Tuckerman, F. G., quoted, 117

Twain, Mark, see Clemens, S. L.

Twicetold tales, Hawthorne 148

Tyler, Professor, 64

Ulalume, Poe 192

Uncle Tom's cabin, Stowe 98, 208, 219, 220-23

Union of the colonies, Franklin 59

Unitarianism, 112-13

Verplanck, J. C., 107

Very, Jones, 141

Virginia, a continuation of English society, 14; in 1724, 44

Virginia House of Burgesses, address of the, Jefferson 80

Virginians, the, Thackeray 45

Vision of Sir Launfal, the, Lowell 170, 172

Walden, Thoreau 131, 134, 135

Walley, Thomas, 41

Warner, C. D., 93

Washington, George, 64-65, 66, 77-78

Waterfowl, to a, Bryant 103, 106

Webster, Daniel, eulogy for Adams and Jefferson, 86-87; civic note in oratory of, 208; criticism of Clay, 210; his oratory, 211-15

Week on the Concord and Merrimac rivers, a, Thoreau 131

Wendell, Barrett, 6

West, The, in American literature, 237 et seq. Westchester farmer, the, Seabury 76

When Lilacs last in the Dooryard Bloomed, Whitman 201

When the Frost is on the Punkin, Riley 248

Whitaker, Alexander, 26-27, 38

Whitman, Walt, in 1826, 90; in New York, 108; life and writings, 196-205; died (1892), 255; typically American, 265; argues for American books, 266

Whittier, J. G., in 1826, 90; attitude towards Transcendentalism, 143; life and writings 157-64; died (1892), 255

William and Mary College, 62

William Wilson, Poe 194

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