Author:William Gilmore Simms

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William Gilmore Simms
(1806–1870)
A poet, novelist, and historian from South Carolina.
William Gilmore Simms

List of works[edit]

  • Lyrical and Other Poems (1827)
  • Tile Vision of Cones, Cain, and Other Poems (1829)
  • The Tricolor, or Three Days of Blood in Paris (1830)
  • Atalantis, a Tale of the Sea (1832).
  • Martin Faber, the Story of a Criminal (1833)
  • The Yemassee (1835)
  • The Partisan (1835, revised 1854)
  • Mellichampe (1836)
  • Richard Hurdis; or, the Avenger of Blood. A Tale of Alabama (1838)
  • Border Beagles: A Tale of Mississippi (1840)
  • The Kinsmen (1841)
  • History of South Carolina (1842)
  • The Life of Francis Marion (1844) (Page scans)
  • The Lily and the Totem, or, The Huguenots in Florida (1850)
  • Katherine Walton (1851)
  • The Tennessean's Story (1852)
  • Vasconselos (1853)
  • Woodcraft (1854)
  • The Forayers (1855)
  • Eutaw (1856)
  • The Cassique of Kiawah (1859)
  • Joscelyn (1867)

Individual poems[edit]

Works about Simms[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.