Tales of the East, 252
Tasso's Tribute (in English Spencerian Stanza), 316
Tennyson's Tribute, 301
Tercentenary in New York, 302
Testimony of a Contemporary, 309
Three Days, 115
To Spain, 201
The Track of Columbus, 259
The Tribute of Heinrich Heine, 162
Tribute of Joaquin Miller, 235
Tributes of the Phoenix of the Ages, The, 100
Tribute and Testimony of the Pope, 193
Tribute of Tasso, 300
Trifling Incident, 131
Triumph of an Idea, 152
Typical American, 357
Undiscovered Country, 128
Unwept, Unhonored, and Unsung, 261
U. S. S. Columbia, 344
Valparaiso Statue, 309
Vanderlyn's Picture, 310
Vespucci an Adventurer, 206
Visit of Columbus to Iceland, 208
Visit to Palos, 170, 305
Voice of the Sea, The, 128
Voice of Warning, 383
Washington Statue, 311
Watling's Island Monument, 311
West Indian Statues, 312
Westward Religion's Banners Took their Way, 90
When History Does Thee Wrong, 97
World a Seaman's Hand Conferred, The, 64
Wrapped in a Vision Glorious, 202
You Can not Conquer America, 93
Young America, 349-353
Youthful Land, 368
INDEX OF STATUARY AND INSCRIPTIONS.
Baltimore Monument, 73
Baltimore Italian Statue, 78
Barcelona Statue, 81
Boston, The Iasagi Statue, 92 First Inspirations of Columbus, 280 Replica of Isabella Statue, 280
Cardenas (Cuba) Statue, 312
City of Colon Statue, 108
Chicago, Drake Fountain, Statue of Columbus, 118 (Lake Front) Statue, 185
Genoa Inscription, 140 The Reel Palace Statue, 280 Statue, 140
Havana Cathedral, Tomb, 312 Cathedral, Inscription, 313 Statue, 313 Bust, 313
Isabella Statue, 171
Lima (Peru) Statuary, 280
Madrid Statue, 208
Mexico City Statue, 234
Nassau (Bahamas) Statue, 314
New York, Central Park Statue, 281 Italian Statue, 243 Memorial Arch, 247 Spanish Fountain, 249
Palos Statue, 281
Philadelphia Statue, 281
Rogers Bronze Door, Washington, D. C., 273
Sacramento, Cal., Statuary in the Capitol, 277
Salamanca Monument, 278
Santiago (Chili) Bust, 279
Santo Domingo, Inscription and Tomb, 38, 314 Statue, 315
St. Louis (Mo.) Statue, 279
Seville Tomb and Inscription, 36, 289
Valparaiso (Chili) Statue, 309
Vanderlyn's Picture at Washington, 310
Washington (D. C.) Statue, 311
Watling's Island Monument, 311
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