Eliza Cook

Timeline of works

  • [n.d.]
    The Musical Bouquet. No. 419. Little Topsy's Song.
    Place & Publisher Musical Bouquet Office, 192 High Holborn London
    Subjects:Flowers, Mythology, Composers, Caricatures, African Americans, Slavery, Literature, Fictitious characters, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • [n.d.]
    The Robin. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, No. 162 Chesnut Str., Successors to Geo. Willig Philadelphia
    Subjects:Birdcages, Birds, Seasons, Spring, Sadness, Happiness
  • [n.d.]
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    Two Sea Songs. I'm Afloat, I'm Afloat. No. 2. A Life on the Ocean Wave.
    Place & Publisher Duff & Hodgson, Oxford Street London
    Subjects:Clipper ships
  • [n.d.]
    The Bromo-Seltzer Collection of 54 Popular Songs. Complete and Unabridged. Full Music Size With Piano & Organ Accompaniment. The Old Arm Chair.
    Place & Publisher Emerson Drug Co. Baltimore
    Subjects:Musicians--women, Bottles, Nostalgia, Time, Mothers & children, Weeping, Sadness
  • [n.d.]
    The Indian Hunter.
    Place & Publisher Firth, Hall & Pond, 239 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Native Americans, Bodies of water, Forests, Pines, Genocide
  • [n.d.]
    I'm Afloat! I'm Afloat!
    Place & Publisher n.p.
    Subjects:Sailors, Ships, Storms, Courage, Happiness
  • [n.d.]
    The Poor Man's Friend. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher James L. Hewitt & Co., 239 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Death, Graves, Dogs, Pets
  • [n.d.]
    The Fisher Boy.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed & Co., 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Waterfronts, Boats, Oceans, Children, Fishing, Happiness
  • [n.d.]
    I'm Afloat, I'm Afloat.
    Place & Publisher Musical Bouqet London
    Subjects:Clipper ships, Sailboats, Rowboats, Marine warfare, Courage, Patriotism
  • [n.d.]
    The Indian Hunter. A Song.
    Place & Publisher Firth, Hall & Pond, 239 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Forests, Bodies of water, Pines, Native Americans, Axes, Tomahawks, Clothing & dress, Discrimination, Ethnic stereotypes
  • [n.d.]
    The Indian Hunter. A Song.
    Place & Publisher William Hall & Son, 239 Broadway, Corner of Park Place New York
    Subjects:Forests, Bodies of water, Pines, Native Americans, Axes, Tomahawks, Clothing & dress, Discrimination, Ethnic stereotypes
  • [n.d.]
    The Indian Hunter. A Song.
    Place & Publisher Jas. L. Hewitt & Co., 239 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Forests, Bodies of water, Pines, Native Americans, Axes, Tomahawks, Clothing & dress, Discrimination, Ethnic stereotypes
  • [n.d.]
    The Indian Hunter. A Song.
    Place & Publisher Jas. L. Hewitt & Co., 239 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Forests, Bodies of water, Pines, Native Americans, Axes, Tomahawks, Clothing & dress, Discrimination, Ethnic stereotypes
  • 1840
    The Old Farm Gate. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Wm. H. Oakes, 13 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Children playing, Ponies, Dogs, Pets, Forests, Nostalgia
  • 1840
    The Old Farm Gate. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Wm. H. Oakes, 13 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Children playing, Ponies, Dogs, Pets, Forests, Nostalgia
  • 1840
    The Fisher Boy Merrily Lives. A Song.
    Place & Publisher Oakes & Swan, 8 1/2 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Waterfronts, Beaches, Ships, Children, Equipment, Fishing, Barrels, Occupations, Happiness
  • 1840
    The Old Farm Gate. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Children playing, Ponies, Dogs, Pets, Forests, Nostalgia
  • 1840
    The Fisher Boy Merrily Lives. A Song.
    Place & Publisher Oakes & Swan, 8 1/2 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Waterfronts, Beaches, Ships, Children, Equipment, Fishing, Barrels, Occupations, Happiness
  • 1840
    The Old Farm Gate. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Children playing, Ponies, Dogs, Pets, Forests, Nostalgia
  • 1840
    The Old Farm Gate. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Children playing, Ponies, Dogs, Pets, Forests, Nostalgia
  • 1840
    The Old Arm Chair. Fourth Edition.
    Place & Publisher Wm. H. Oakes, 13 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Parlors, Furniture, Symbols, Mothers & children, Death, Nostalgia
  • 1840
    The Old Water Mill. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Henry Prentiss, No. 33 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Bodies of water, Panoramic views, Gates, Bridges, Nostalgia, Time, Ruins
  • 1840
    The Old Arm Chair. Third Edition.
    Place & Publisher Oakes & Swan, 8 1/2 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Parlors, Furniture, Symbols, Mothers & children, Death, Nostalgia
  • 1840
    The Old Water Mill. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Henry Prentiss, No. 33 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Bodies of water, Panoramic views, Gates, Bridges, Nostalgia, Time, Ruins
  • 1840
    The Old Arm Chair. Thirteenth Edition.
    Place & Publisher C.P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Parlors, Furniture, Musical instruments, Symbols, Mothers & children, Death, Fireplaces, Nostalgia
  • 1840
    The Old Water Mill. Third Edition. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Henry Prentiss, No. 33 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Bodies of water, Panoramic views, Gates, Bridges, Nostalgia, Time, Ruins
  • 1840
    The Old Arm Chair. A Ballad. Twentyfirst Edition.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Parlors, Furniture, Musical instruments, Symbols, Mothers & children, Death, Fireplaces, Nostalgia
  • 1840
    The Old Arm Chair. A Ballad. Twentieth Edition.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Parlors, Furniture, Symbols, Mothers & children, Death, Mantelpieces, Nostalgia
  • 1840
    The Old Farm Gate. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Wm. H. Oakes, 13 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Children playing, Ponies, Dogs, Pets, Forests, Nostalgia
  • 1841
    The Heart That's True. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Baltimore F.D. Benteen, No.137 Market St. Baltimore
    Subjects:Couples, Courtship & love, Shaking hands, Arrows
  • 1841
    I'm Afloat, I'm Afloat. A Song. Second Edition.
    Place & Publisher E.H. Wade, 197 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Clipper ships, Sailors, Marine warfare, Courage, Patriotism, Flags, Death's head
  • 1841
    I'm Afloat!
    Place & Publisher F.D. Benteen Baltimore
    Subjects:Angels, Boats, Ships, Seamen, Storms, Contentment
  • 1841
    I'm Afloat, I'm Afloat. A Song. Second Edition.
    Place & Publisher Henry Prentiss, 33 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Clipper ships, Sailors, Marine warfare, Courage, Patriotism Flags, Death's head
  • 1841
    I'm Afloat, I'm Afloat. A Song. Second Edition.
    Place & Publisher Henry Prentiss, 33 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Clipper ships, Sailors, Marine warfare, Courage, Patriotism Flags, Death's head
  • 1843
    I'm Afloat! I'm Afloat! A Song.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Clipper ships, Supernatural beings, Sailors, Marine warfare, Courage, Patriotism
  • 1843
    I'm Afloat! I'm Afloat! A Song.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:Clipper ships, Supernatural beings, Sailors, Marine warfare, Courage, Patriotism
  • 1844
    He led her to the altar
    Place & Publisher Firth & Hall, 1 Franklin St. New York
    Subjects:
  • 1845
    The Sailor's Grave. Song for the Guitar.
    Place & Publisher Firth, Pond & Co., No. 1 Franklin Sq. New York
    Subjects:Clipper ships, Burials at sea, Grief, Patriotism, Courage
  • 1845
    The Loved One Was Not There. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson, 115 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Dining tables, Eating & drinking, Families, Fireplaces, Light fixtures, Toasting, Death, Grief
  • 1846
    O Why Does the White Man Follow My Path? Song of the Indian Hunter.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson, 115 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Native Americans, Genocide
  • 1846
    O Why Does the White Man Follow My Path? Song of the Indian Hunter.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson, 115 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Native Americans, Genocide
  • 1848
    The Welcome Back.
    Place & Publisher W.H. Oakes Boston
    Subjects:Clothing & dress, Portraits, Domestic life, Nostalgia, Travel, Happiness
  • 1849
    The Song My Mother Sings.
    Place & Publisher W.H. Oakes Boston
    Subjects:Lullabyes, Time, Love
  • 1850
    The Robin. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, No. 162 Chesnut Str., Successors to Geo. Willig Philadelphia
    Subjects:Birds, Birdcages, Hills, Bodies of water, Seasons, Spring, Symbols, Nostalgia, Sadness
  • 1854
    Topsy Never Was Born. Topsy's Song.
    Place & Publisher Published by the Amphions and For Sale by T. Hough Syracuse New York
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Slavery, Whipping, Courtship & love, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1866
    Songs of the Fenians By Popular Authors. No. 2. Poor Fenian Boy.
    Place & Publisher D.P. Faulds, No. 70 Main Street Louisville, KY
    Subjects:Flags, Children, Immigrants, Death, Love, Wealth
  • 1887
    Say Oh Say You Love Me.
    Place & Publisher John F. Ellis & Co., 937 Penna. Ave. Washington, D.C.
    Subjects: