Hampton Poetry

[From Various Authors]

Postcard poem by M. T. Sheahan of Boston, copyright 1908
Hampton Beach
By George Lunt, 1831
How the Women Went From Dover
By John Greenleaf Whittier
The Changeling
By John Greenleaf Whittier
The New Wife and the Old
By John Greenleaf Whittier
The Tent on the Beach
By John Greenleaf Whittier
Hampton Town
By Abbie Farwell Brown, 1920
Thoughts of Hampton From Days Gone By
[Author unknown]
Compiled by John M. Holman, Hampton History Volunteer
Winnacunnet: Beautiful Place of Pines
by Lucy A. Marston, published by Lucy Marston for the benefit of the Red Cross in 1938
Anniversary Hymns of Hampton, N.H.
Anniversary Hymn of Hampton, (Tune of "America")
Composed by Ada Fogg-Ring --- August 23, 1938;
Hampton Hymn (Tune of America)
Composed by Rev. Edgar Warren
Everyday Poems
By William 'Bill' Elliot, 1938
A Poem: Pine Grove Cemetery
by Virginia Cassedy, The Hampton Union, November 2, 1944
The Boot of General Jonathan Moulton
By Cynthia L. Vitko, Age 11, Dover High School, 1973
"We Are America"
An original poem by Sharon Fontaine, Hampton, N.H., September 14, 2001
Changes In News Items -- 1895-1906
A Poem by Hilda Morse
Poems by Dorothy Holman
Poems by Ernest L. White
The Hampton Union and Rockingham County Gazette, 1935