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Hudson's Last Voyage
Henry Van Dyke
June 22, 1611 THE SHALLOP ON HUDSON BAY One sail in sight upon the lonely sea And only one, God knows! For never ship But mine broke through t...Rate it:

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A Scene At The Banks Of The Hudson
William Cullen Bryant
rocks that watch his bed, Glitters the mighty Hudson spread, Unrippled, save by drops that fall FroRate it:

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The Charge At Port Hudson
Anonymous Americas
'Niggers won't fight' ah ha! 'Niggers won't fight' ah ha! 'They are no good for war, One in a hundred.' Let Mississippi's shore, Flooded with negro...Rate it:

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Fight With A Bear
James McIntyre
the Canadian North-West, during the times of the Hudson Bay Company's rule. Two youths, employed aRate it:

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The Height of Land
Duncan Campbell Scott
land: The watershed on either hand Goes down to Hudson Bay Or Lake Superior; The stars are up, and Rate it:

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Wolverine
Emily Pauline Johnson
years I spent a-trappin' for the good old Hudson's Bay. 'Wild? You bet, 'twas wild then, an' few aRate it:

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A Meditation
Herman Melville
broad renown-- They all were messmates on the Hudson's marge, Beneath one roof they laid them down;Rate it:

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A poem, on the rising glory of America
Hugh Henry Brackenridge
less than him the muse would celebrate Bold Hudson stemming to the pole, thro' seas Vex'd with coRate it:

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A Song Inscribed To The Fremont Clubs
John Greenleaf Whittier
sound again the bugles, etc. Along the lordly Hudson, A shout of triumph breaks; The Empire State iRate it:

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Athabaska Dick
Robert William Service
of the early Spring, To take the pay of the "Hudson's Bay", as their fathers did before, They are aRate it:

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Brother Of All, With Genesrous Hand
Walt Whitman
ground Washington trod--by you Patapsco, You, Hudson--you, endless Mississippi--not by you aloneRate it:

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Catterskill Falls
William Cullen Bryant
home lay low in the valley where The kingly Hudson rolls to the deeps; But he wore the hunter's froRate it:

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Custer
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
by the cruel rapine of Cabot, Of Verrazin, and Hudson, dare we claim The Indian of the plains, to-Rate it:

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Epithalamium: A Marriage Poem
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
when softly the breezes were blowing, And Hudson majestic so sweetly was flowing, The groves rang wRate it:

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Lucille
Robert William Service
famous quest of the Arctic flea, to the wilds of Hudson's Bay? For it was a foreign Prince's whim tRate it:

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Noon
William Cullen Bryant
From this brow of rock That overlooks the Hudson's western marge, I gaze upon the long array of groRate it:

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Now List To My Morning's Romanza
Walt Whitman
Mississippi, or St. Lawrence, or Sacramento, or Hudson, or Paumanok Sound, claims him. Rate it:

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Ode To The Husky Clipper
Kurt Philip Behm
worn thin “I’ll be back for one run Up the Hudson With new oars Pulling deep From within” (VillRate it:

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Sonnets of the Empire:Gloriana’s England
Archibald Thomas Strong
will, one end, one pulse of deep desire, Drove Hudson through the ice to joy and death, Sped DrakRate it:

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Summer Night, Riverside
Sara Teasdale
we two together Sat in the park and watched the Hudson Wearing her lights like golden spangles GlinRate it:

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The Hasty Pudding
Joel Barlow
hear the Pennsylvanians call thee mush! On Hudson's banks, while men of Belgic spawn Insult and Rate it:

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The Iceberg
Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
knives. I passed the storm-racked gate Of Hudson Strait, And savage Chidley where the warringRate it:

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The Last of the Narwhale
John Boyle O'Reilly
the cliffs of Labrador From the sea where Hudson died. We talked of ships that never came back, Rate it:

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The Merchantmen
Rudyard Kipling
That opened as he sped, We saw dead Henry Hudson Steer, North by West, his dead. So dealt God's Rate it:

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The Merrimac
John Greenleaf Whittier
veil! Home of my fathers!-I have stood Where Hudson rolled his lordly flood Seen sunrise rest and Rate it:

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