The Fredoniad; or Independence Preserved by Richard Emmons

The full title of this epic poem is The Fredoniad; or, Independence Preserved. An Epic Poem on The Late War of 1812.

This is a poem in 40 cantos covering the entire War of 1812. This page contains the table of contents of each of the 4 volumes, and links to the full text of this poem found on the Hathi Trust.

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The Fredoniad vol 1 Table of Contents. Click on the image to see larger

 

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The Fredoniad vol 2 Table of Contents (p. 1).
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The Fredoniad vol 2 Table of Contents (p. 2). Click on the image to see larger

 

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The Fredoniad vol 3 Table of Contents (p. 1). Click on the image to see larger
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The Fredoniad vol 4 Table of Contents (p. 2). Click on the image to see larger

 

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The Fredoniad vol 4 Table of Contents (p. 1). Click on the image to see larger
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The Fredoniad vol 4 Table of Contents (p. 2). Click on the image to see larger

 

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Source: Emmons, Richard.  The Fredoniad; or, Independence Preserved. An Epic Poem on The Late War of 1812.  2nd ed. Philadelphia:  W. Emmons, 1832

A discussion of this poem can be found in Severance, Frank H.  Old Trails on the Niagara Frontier.  Buffalo:  The Matthews-Northrup Co.,  1899 (Chapter entitled Niagara and the Poets)
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