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Nathan Ward Fitz-Gerald



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Nathan Wartd Fitz-Gerald, Palestine: An Epic of the Holy Land
(San Antonio, Texas: Wood Printing & Engraving Co./Printed by the Author, 1913)

"Col. FitzGerald is a lawyer, poet, orator and has taken a hand in politics. He was the instructor of James Whitcomb Riley in his chrysalis days, has published several volumes of poems, was a solider in Gen. Ben Harrison's regiment during the Civil War, a candidate for Governor of West Virginia in 1896, a census enumerator in the State of Washington in 1910, originally taught elocution in Indiana, was law partner of Bob Ingersoll and now is a resident of Texas." [Source: "Noted Orator Will Speak", Los Angles times, May 10, 1913, p. 16]


Poetry

Nathan Ward Fitz-Gerald, Palestine: An Epic of the Holy Land (San Antonio, Texas: Published by the author and printed byWood Printing & Engraving Co., 1913) [online text]

____________________, "Woman's Work," and Other Poems (Los Angeles: The Neuner Co., 1908) [online text]

____________________, "Memorial Day," West Viringia Hills," and Other Poems (Washington, D.C., 1901)

____________________, The Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial, an epic of the Civil War: The "Jubilee" Peace Hymn of the Great Republic: The Story of the War in Verse (Los Angeles: The author, 1913)

____________________, The Christ in the Flag and Other Poems (Los Angeles, 1915)

____________________, Truth Lispings in Verse (Washington, D.C. [19__ ?)])

Writings

Nathan Ward Fitz-Gerald, The New Revelation: Its Marvelous Message (Tacoma [Washington]: 1905)

Research Resources

History of the Bahá'í Faith in Portland

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Nathan Ward Fitz-Gerald, "Woman's Work," and Other Poems
(Los Angeles: The Neuner Co., 1908)