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Analysis and comments on Hush’d be the Camps To-day. by Walt Whitman

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Information about Hush’d be the Camps To-day.

Poet: Walt Whitman
Poem: 3. Hush’d be the Camps To-day.
Volume: Leaves of Grass
- 17. President Lincoln's Burial Hymn
Year: 1900
Added: Feb 7 2004
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