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Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of T. W. Higginson
Author: Higginson, Thomas Wentworth
Language: English
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WORKS OF

THOMAS WENTWORTH HIGGINSON


CONTENTS

##  MALBONE

##  OLDPORT DAYS

##  ARMY LIFE IN A BLACK REGIMENT

##  BLACK REBELLION FIVE SLAVE REVOLTS

##  WOMEN AND THE ALPHABET

##  HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW

THE ENCHIRIDION, by Epictitus

##  A BOOK OF AMERICAN EXPLORERS



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



MALBONE
AN OLDPORT ROMANCE.
By Thomas Wentworth Higginson
CONTENTS
MALBONE.
PRELUDE.
I	AN ARRIVAL
II	PLACE AUX DAMES!
III	A DRIVE ON THE AVENUE
IV	AUNT JANE DEFINES HER POSITION
V	A MULTIVALVE HEART
VI	“SOME LOVER’S CLEAR DAY.”
VII	AN INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
VIII	TALKING IT OVER
IX	DANGEROUS WAYS
X	REMONSTRANCES
XI	DESCENSUS AVERNI
XII	A NEW ENGAGEMENT
XIII	DREAMING DREAMS
XIV	THE NEMESIS OF PASSION
XV	ACROSS THE BAY
XVI	ON THE STAIRS
XVII	DISCOVERY
XVIII	HOPE’S VIGIL
XIX	DE PROFUNDIS
XX	AUNT JANE TO THE RESCUE
XXI	A STORM
XXII	OUT OF THE DEPTHS
XXIII	REQUIESCAT



OLDPORT DAYS
By Thomas Wentworth Higginson
CONTENTS
OLDPORT IN WINTER
OLDPORT WHARVES
THE HAUNTED WINDOW
A DRIFT-WOOD FIRE
AN ARTIST'S CREATION
IN A WHERRY
MADAM DELIA'S EXPECTATIONS
SUNSHINE AND PETRARCH
A SHADOW
FOOTPATHS



ARMY LIFE IN A BLACK REGIMENT
By Thomas Wentworth Higginson
Originally published 1869
CONTENTS
Chapter 1.   Introductory
Chapter 2.   Camp Diary
Chapter 3.   Up the St. Mary's
Chapter 4.   Up the St. John's
Chapter 5.   Out on Picket
Chapter 6.   A Night in the Water
Chapter 7.   Up the Edisto
Chapter 8.   The Baby of the Regiment
Chapter 9.   Negro Spirituals
Chapter 10.   Life at Camp Shaw
Chapter 11.   Florida Again?
Chapter 12.     The Negro as a Soldier
Chapter 13.   Conclusion

APPENDIX
Appendix A
Appendix B The First Black Soldiers
Appendix C General Saxton's Instructions
Appendix D The Struggle for Pay
Appendix E Farewell Address of Lt. Col. Trowbridge



BLACK REBELLION: FIVE SLAVE REVOLTS
By Thomas Wentworth Higginson
CONTENTS
AUTHOR'S NOTE:
THE MAROONS OF JAMAICA
THE MAROONS OF SURINAM.
GABRIEL'S DEFEAT
DENMARK VESEY
NAT TURNER'S INSURRECTION
APPENDIX OF AUTHORITIES



WOMEN AND THE ALPHABET
A Series of Essays
By Thomas Wentworth Higginson
1881
CONTENTS
I. OUGHT WOMEN TO LEARN THE ALPHABET?
II. PHYSIOLOGY
Too Much Natural History
Darwin, Huxley, and Buckle
The Spirit of Small Tyranny
The Noble Sex
The Truth about our Grandmothers
The Physique of American Women
The Limitations of Sex
III. TEMPERAMENT
The Invisible Lady
Sacred Obscurity
Virtues in Common
Individual Differences
Angelic Superiority
Vicarious Honors
The Gospel of Humiliation
Celery and Cherubs
The Need of Cavalry
The Reason Firm, the Temperate Will
Allures to Brighter Worlds, and leads the Way
IV. THE HOME
Wanted--Homes
The Origin of Civilization
The Low-Water Mark
Obey
Woman in the Chrysalis
Two and Two
A Model Household
A Safeguard for the Family
Women as Economists
Greater Includes Less
A Copartnership
One Responsible Head
Asking for Money
Womanhood and Motherhood
A German Point of View
Childless Women
The Prevention of Cruelty to Mothers
V. SOCIETY
Foam and Current
In Society
The Battle of the Cards
Some Working Women
The Empire of Manners
Girlsterousness
Are Women Natural Aristocrats?
Mrs. Blank's Daughters
The European Plan
Featherses
VI. STUDY AND WORK
Experiments
Intellectual Cinderellas
Cupid and Psychology
Self-Supporting Wives
Thorough
Literary Aspirants
The Career of Letters
Talking and Taking
How to Speak in Public
VII. PRINCIPLES OF GOVERNMENT
We the People
The Use of the Declaration of Independence
Some Old-Fashioned Principles
Founded on a Rock
The Good of the Governed
Ruling at Second Hand
VIII. SUFFRAGE
Drawing the Line
For Self-Protection
Womanly Statesmanship
Too Much Prediction
First-Class Carriages
Education via Suffrage
Follow Your Leaders
How to Make Women Understand Politics
Inferior to Men, and near to Angels
IX. OBJECTIONS TO SUFFRAGE
The Facts of Sex
How will it Result?
I have all the Rights I want
Sense Enough to Vote
An Infelicitous Epithet
The Rob Roy Theory
The Votes of Non Combatants
Manners repeal Laws
Dangerous Voters
How Women will Legislate
Individuals vs. Classes
Defeats before Victories



HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW
BY Thomas Wentworth Higginson
CONTENTS
Chap.		Page
I.	Longfellow as a Classic	1
II.	Birth, Childhood, and Youth	11
III.	First Flights in Authorship	21
IV.	Literature as a Pursuit	37
V.	First Visit to Europe	45
VI.	Marriage and Life at Brunswick	59
VII.	The Corner Stone laid	67
VIII.	Appointment at Harvard and Second Visit to Europe	81
IX.	Illness and Death of Mrs. Longfellow	107
X.	Craigie House	116
XI.	Hyperion and the Reaction from It	124
XII.	Voices of the Night	137
XIII.	Third Visit to Europe	149
XIV.	Anti-Slavery Poems and Second Marriage	163
XV.	Academic Life in Cambridge	176
XVI.	Literary Life in Cambridge	188
XVII.	Resignation of Professorship-to Death of Mrs. Longfellow	202
XVIII.	Birds of Passage	213
XIX.	Last Trip to Europe	219
XX.	Dante	225
vi XXI.	The Loftier Strain: Christus	236
XXII.	Westminster Abbey	248
XXIII.	Longfellow as a Poet	258
XXIV.	Longfellow as a Man	278
Appendix	297



A BOOK OF AMERICAN EXPLORERS
By Thomas Wentworth Higginson
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
I.	The Legends of the Northmen (985?1008)
 	1.	How the Northmen discovered North America
 	2.	The Voyage of Leif the Lucky
 	3.	Leif finds Vines, and goes back to Greenland
 	4.	Thorvald, Leif's Brother, goes to Vinland
 	5.	Karlsefni's Adventures

II.	Columbus and his Companions (1492?1503)
 	1.	The First Letter from Columbus
 	2.	The Second Voyage of Columbus
 	3.	Columbus reaches the Mainland
 	4.	Columbus at the Mouth of the Orinoco
 	5.	Columbus thinks himself near the Earthly Paradise
 	6.	Daring Deed of Diego Mendez
 	7.	How Diego Mendez got Food for Columbus
 	8.	How Diego Mendez saved Columbus
 	9.	Appeal of Columbus in his Old Age

III.	Cabot and Verrazzano (1497?1524)
 	1.	First News of John and Sebastian Cabot
 	2.	Sebastian Cabot's Voyage
 	3.	Verrazzano's Letter to the King

IV.	The Strange Voyage of Cabeza de Vaca (1528?1533)
 	1.	The Strange Voyage
 	2.	Cabeza de Vaca saved by Indians
 	3.	Cabeza de Vaca's Captivity
 	4.	The Indians of the Gulf of Mexico
 	5.	Cabeza de Vaca's Escape

V.	The French in Canada (1534?1536)
 	1.	Cartier's Visit to Bay of Chaleur
 	2.	Cartier sets up a Cross
 	3.	Cartier ascends the St. Lawrence
 	4.	How the Indians tried to frighten Cartier
 	5.	How Cartier reached Hochelaga, now Montreal
 	6.	The Festivities at Hochelaga

VI.	Adventures of De Soto (1538?1542)
 	1.	How De Soto set sail
 	2.	De Soto attacks the Indians, and finds a Fellow Countryman
 	3.	The Story of John Ortiz
 	4.	De Soto discovers the Mississippi
 	5.	De Soto's Vain Attempts to reach the Sea
 	6.	Death and Burial of De Soto

VII.	The French in Florida (1562?1565)
 	1.	Jean Ribaut in Florida
 	2.	Alone in the New World
 	3.	Laudonnière's Search for the Colonists
 	4.	Capture of Fort Caroline by the Spaniards

VIII.	Sir Humphrey Gilbert (1583)

IX.	The Lost Colonies of Virginia (1584?1590)
 	1.	The First Voyage to Virginia
 	2.	Visit to an Indian Princess
 	3.	Adventures of the First Virginia Colony
 	4.	The Second English Colony in Virginia
 	5.	Search for the Lost Colony

X.	Unsuccessful New England Settlements (1602?1607)
 	1.	Gosnold's Fort at Cuttyhunk
 	2.	Captain Waymouth explores the Penobscot
 	3.	The Popham Colony on the Kennebec
 	4.	Captain Gilbert's Adventure with Indians

XI.	Captain John Smith (1606?1631)
 	1.	The Virginia Colony
 	2.	The Colonists
 	3.	Captain Smith's Capture by Indians
 	4.	Captain Smith and Pocahontas
 	5.	King Powhatan
 	6.	A Virginia Princess
 	7.	An Indian Dance in Virginia
 	8.	Indian Children
 	9.	"The Planter's Pleasure and Profit"
 	10.	The Glories of Fishing
 	11.	Visit of Pocahontas to London
 	12.	First Buildings of the Virginia Colonists
 	13.	Captain Smith's Recollections

XII.	Champlain on the War-Path (1609)

XIII.	Henry Hudson and the New Netherlands (1609?1626)
 	1.	Discovery of the Hudson River
 	2.	Indian Traditions of Hudson's Arrival
 	3.	Hudson's Last Voyage, and how he was set adrift in the Ice
 	4.	Dutch Settlement of the New Netherlands

XIV.	The Pilgrims at Plymouth (1620?1621)
 	1.	Sailing of the Pilgrims
 	2.	Miles Standish at Cape Cod
 	3.	The First Encounter
 	4.	The Landing on Plymouth Rock
 	5.	Plymouth Village founded
 	6.	"Welcome, Englishmen!"

XV.	The Massachusetts Bay Colony (1629?1631)
 	1.	Voyage of the Massachusetts Colonists
 	2.	The Puritans in Salem Harbor
 	3.	The Four Elements in New England
 	4.	A Sea-Adventure of the Puritans
 	5.	Governor Winthrop's Night out of Doors
 	6.	The Privations of the Puritans
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
1.	Columbus at the Mouth of the Orinoco
2.	A Norse Ship
3.	Esquimau Boat
4.	Dutch Man-of-War
5.	Reception of Columbus by Ferdinand and Isabella
6.	Fleet of Columbus
7.	Ship of the Fifteenth Century
8.	Portrait of Verrazzano
9.	Verrazzano in Newport Harbor
10.	Indians making Canoes
11.	Cabeza de Vaca building the Boat
12.	Portrait of Jacques Cartier
13.	Cartier raising a Cross on the St. Charles River
14.	Indians trying to frighten Cartier
15.	Portrait of De Soto
16.	Landing of De Soto
17.	Burial of De Soto
18.	Indians in Canoe
19.	Ribaut's Pillar decorated by Indians
20.	Fort Caroline
21.	Portrait of Menendez
22.	Indian Village in Virginia
23.	Baptism of First Child in Virginia
24.	The Explorers looking at the Tree
25.	Palisaded Town
26.	Gosnold's Fort
27.	Captain Weymouth sailing up the Penobscot
28.	Portrait of James I.
29.	Old Print of Smith's Capture
30.	Facsimile Illustration of Pocahontas saving the Life of Smith
31.	Indian Dance
32.	Cod-Fishing
33.	Portrait of Pocahontas
34.	Portrait of Champlain
35.	Champlain on the War-Path
36.	Hudson in the Highlands
37.	Indians on Board "The Half-Moon"
38.	Settlement on the Hudson River
39.	Delph's Haven
40.	"The Mayflower" in Provincetown
41.	Portrait of Governor Winslow
42.	Sword of Standish
43.	Sunday on Clark's Island
44.	Landing of Mary Chilton
45.	Meeting of Captain Standish and Massasoit
46.	Governor Carver's Chair
47.	Portrait of Francis Higginson
48.	Governor Endicott
49.	First Church in Salem
50.	Old Planter's House at Salem
51.	Portrait of Governor Winthrop
52.	Famine among the Pilgrims





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