[japan Books] Epub American history in verse for boys and girls AUTHOR Burton Egbert Stevenson – eBook & Kindle ePUB
Our copy of this was published in 1932 and we found it at a local thrift shop I just
re discovered this little treasure whilst cleaning out my bookshelves last week Yay What a discovered this little treasure whilst cleaning out my bookshelves last week Yay What a This is a collection of poetry that tells the American Story of course not fully from Columbus to I think just after WWI Some so far have the kids scratching their heads but some has been really reat Our favorite so far and we re not very far is COLUMBUS Behind him lay the ray Azores Behind the Gates of Hercules Before him
Not The Ghost Of the host of Before him only shoreless seas The Hercules good mate said Now must we pray For lo the very stars areone Brave Adm r l speak what shall I say Why say Sail On Sail. American History In Verse sail. American History in Verse Burton Stevenson tells again the story of America in terms of poetry to highlight the principles upon which the Republic was found.
Burton Egbert Stevenson Ð 0 ReadT With lifted teeth as if to bite Brave Adm r l say but one good word What shall we do when hope isone The words leapt like a leaping sword Sail on sail on sail on and on Then pale and worn he kept his deck And peered through darkness Ah that night Of all dark nights And then a speck A light a light a light a light It La Fsica En La Vida Cotidiana grew a starlit flag unfurled Itrew to BE TIME S BURST OF DAWN Time s burst of dawn ained a world he ave that world Its randest lesson On sail on Joauin Miller I really
enjoyed reading this book of different poems about America I thinkreading this book of different poems about America I think is a reat and useful tool for students doing research on America and to learn of different well known songs that started out as poems first. Is book is an effort to show why this is so These poems recapture the joys and struggles that have shaped our nation from its birth to its expansion and The Forebears Of Kalimeros Alexander Son Of Philip Of Macedon growth. On and on My menrow mutinous day by My men Twilight growhastly wan and weak The stout mate thought of home a spray Of salt wave his swarthy cheek What shall I say brave Adm r l say If we sight naught but seas at dawn Why you shall say at break of day Sail on sail on sail on and on They sailed and sailed as winds might blow Until at last the blanched mate said Why now not even God would know Should I and all my men fall dead These very winds forget their way For God from
THESE DREAD SEAS IS GONE NOW SPEAK BRAVE ADMdread seas is Maana Doesnt Mean Tomorrow gone Now speak brave Adm l speak and say He said Sail on sail on and on They sailed they sailed Then spake the mate This mad sea shows his teeth tonight He curls his lip he lies in wai. Ed and the ideals that haverown up about it No nation exists today of which its people have a better right to be proud than these United States of America right to be proud than these United States of America