The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Dime Hail Columbia Speaker

Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: Beadle's Dime Speakers — no. 18
Alternate Title: The Dime Hail Columbia Speaker: Containing the Great Utterances of our Great Orators, Poets, Statesmen, and Divines, on the Themes of American Patriotism, Liberty, and Union
Subjects / Tags: Recitations
Speeches, addresses, etc., American
Contents: Columbia (Work, pages 9-10)
Washington (Work, pages 10-12)
Appeal for Liberty (Work, page 12)
The American Hero (Work, page 13)
Resistance to Oppression (Work, pages 14-16)
Patriotism (Work, pages 16-17)
The Green Mountain Boys (Work, pages 17-18)
The Eloquence of James Otis (Work, pages 18-19)
Washington (Work, pages 20-21)
America Must Be Free (Work, pages 21-23)
Freedom the Only Hope (Work, pages 23-24)
The Day of Disinthrallment (Work, pages 24-26)
No Alternative But Liberty (Work, pages 26-27)
Carmen Bellicosum (Work, pages 27-28)
The Sword of Bunker Hill (Work, page 29)
The Fourth of July (Work, page 30)
Warren's Address (Work, page 31)
A Call to Liberty (Work, page 32)
Good Faith (Work, pages 33-34)
Revolutionary Soldiers (Work, page 34)
Our Responsibility (Work, pages 34-35)
British Barbarity (Work, pages 35-36)
How Freedom is Won (Work, page 37)
Adams and Liberty (Work, pages 38-39)
Our Duties (Work, pages 40-41)
Our Destiny (Work, page 42)
The American Flag (Work, pages 43-44)
The True Union (Work, pages 44-45)
American Independence (Work, pages 45-46)
Washington and Franklin (Work, pages 46-47)
Sink or Swim (Work, pages 47-50)
The Buff and Blue (Work, pages 51-52)
The Union (Work, pages 52-53)
The Martyr Spy (Work, pages 53-55)
Lexington (Work, pages 55-56)
Our Only Hope (Work, pages 57-58)
The Declaration of Independence (Work, pages 58-59)
The Liberty Bell (Work, pages 60-61)
Washington's True Attributes (Work, pages 61-63)
What We Are (Work, page 63)
Our Great Trust (Work, page 64)
God Bless Our Stars (Work, pages 65-66)
Looking Backward (Work, pages 67-68)
Marion And His Men (Work, pages 69-70)
Liberty and Union (Work, pages 70-71)
A Noble Plea (Work, pages 71-73)
The Original Yankee Doodle (Work, pages 73-75)
Wolfe's Address to his Army (Work, pages 75-76)
Watching for Montgomery (Work, pages 76-77)
The National Ensign (Work, page 78)
God Save the Union (Work, pages 79-80)
Our Natal Day (Work, pages 80-81)
The Twenty-Second of February (Work, pages 81-82)
New England's Dead (Work, pages 82-84)
Repeal! Repeal! (Work, pages 84-85)
The True Heroes (Work, pages 85-86)
Old Ironsides (Work, pages 86-87)
Our Gifts to History (Work, pages 87-89)
"Uncle Sam's a Hundred" (Work, pages 89-91)
Centennial Oration (Work, pages 91-93)
Date: August 26, 1876
Publisher: Beadle and Adams (1872-1898) (New York (N.Y.): No. 98 William Street) -- United States
OCLC Number: 1078402917
Edition Description: Also includes: publisher's advertisements.
Length: 93 pages

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