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T

Tales of the East, 252

Tasso's Tribute (in English Spencerian Stanza), 316

Tendency, 151

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

U

Undiscovered Country, 128

Unwept, Unhonored, and Unsung, 261

U. S. S. Columbia, 344

V

Valparaiso Statue, 309

Vanderlyn's Picture, 310

Vespucci an Adventurer, 206

Vinland, 133

Visit of Columbus to Iceland, 208

Visit to Palos, 170, 305

Voice of the Sea, The, 128

Voice of Warning, 383

W

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

Y

You Can not Conquer America, 93

Young America, 349-353

Youthful Land, 368



INDEX OF STATUARY AND INSCRIPTIONS.

Page

B

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

C

Cardenas (Cuba) Statue, 312

City of Colon Statue, 108

Chicago, Drake Fountain, Statue of Columbus, 118 (Lake Front) Statue, 185

G

Genoa Inscription, 140 The Reel Palace Statue, 280 Statue, 140

H

Havana Cathedral, Tomb, 312 Cathedral, Inscription, 313 Statue, 313 Bust, 313

I

Isabella Statue, 171

L

Lima (Peru) Statuary, 280

M

Madrid Statue, 208

Mexico City Statue, 234

N

Nassau (Bahamas) Statue, 314

New York, Central Park Statue, 281 Italian Statue, 243 Memorial Arch, 247 Spanish Fountain, 249

P

Palos Statue, 281

Philadelphia Statue, 281

R

Rogers Bronze Door, Washington, D. C., 273

S

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

V

Valparaiso (Chili) Statue, 309

Vanderlyn's Picture at Washington, 310

W

Washington (D. C.) Statue, 311

Watling's Island Monument, 311

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