Anthology and bibliography of Niagara Falls . ers life, yourfathers strength. Cool the fog-flocked mists are swinging. Soar my dream; andsilver winging,Call my air-hung music ringing, toward the crystal-buoyedmorn —Full-fold music from the highlands, where my splendors voice issinging,Fresh from flooded shores and skylands as I sang when I wasborn. 1913 ZAREMBA, Edward. Niagara captive; a poem. (Metal, and chem. Zaremba eng., March, 1913. 11:120.) Niagara captive! And by ribbons led! His mighty force with that of toiling head And hand to join. So changed since ancient days When red men chanted

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Anthology and bibliography of Niagara Falls . ers life, yourfathers strength. Cool the fog-flocked mists are swinging. Soar my dream; andsilver winging,Call my air-hung music ringing, toward the crystal-buoyedmorn —Full-fold music from the highlands, where my splendors voice issinging,Fresh from flooded shores and skylands as I sang when I wasborn. 1913 ZAREMBA, Edward. Niagara captive; a poem. (Metal, and chem. Zaremba eng., March, 1913. 11:120.) Niagara captive! And by ribbons led! His mighty force with that of toiling head And hand to join. So changed since ancient days When red men chanted
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Anthology and bibliography of Niagara Falls . ers life, yourfathers strength. Cool the fog-flocked mists are swinging. Soar my dream; andsilver winging,Call my air-hung music ringing, toward the crystal-buoyedmorn —Full-fold music from the highlands, where my splendors voice issinging,Fresh from flooded shores and skylands as I sang when I wasborn. 1913 ZAREMBA, Edward. Niagara captive; a poem. (Metal, and chem. Zaremba eng., March, 1913. 11:120.) Niagara captive! And by ribbons led! His mighty force with that of toiling head And hand to join. So changed since ancient days When red men chanted hymns of praise; In flower-laden white canoe Each spring their fairest maiden sent into The Thunder of the Waters. Niagara an adult and to Effort bred — No more to play the livelong day, But proudly share the sweat and grime Of stalwart manhoods laboring prime. The evergrowing purpose runs; — Earths wealth is measured, not the suns; The stewards of great treasure may Not waste Tomorrows dire need For Pleasures or for Profits greed.840. Views of Niagara Showing the commercial buildings as they existed in the eighties before the State took it over as a reservation Music — Poetry — Fiction Oh, Hercules, still at thy labors keep! 1913 Canst take the raging current from the flood Zaremba And swiftly, silent round a cable sweep? Ye Seven Wonders of the ancient world, Long since into oblivion hurled, Your kings and gods born to commemorate — Tis to the people do we dedicate The Wonders of Today. 1915 CRUIKSHANK, Julia. Whirlpool heights: the dream-house on the 1915Niagara river. Lond.: George Allen & Unwin Ltd. 1915. Cruikshank A story of the making of a home on land overlooking the whirlpool onthe Canadian side of the Niagara river. It is written in the form of adiary, interspersed with many charming bits of description, sometimesof the Falls, sometimes of the river, and again of the rapids or the whirlpool. 1893 BlCKFORD, E. L. T. HARRIS. The Falls of Niagara. (In his G