Frank Moore (journalist)

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Frank Moore (1828–1904) was an American journalist and compiler, a brother of George Henry Moore. He was born in Concord, New Hampshire, but removed to New York City and became a journalist and general writer. In 1869-72 he was Assistant Secretary of Legation in Paris. He edited:

  • Songs and Ballads of the American Revolution (1856)
  • Cyclopedia of American Eloquence (1857)
  • Diary of the American Revolution (two volumes, 1860)
  • The Rebellion Record (twelve volumes, 1861-68), a collection of original material bearing on the Civil War
  • Lyrics of Loyalty (1864)
  • Songs of the Soldiers (New York: George P. Putnam, 1864)
  • Confederate Rhymes and Rhapsodies (1864)
  • Personal and Political Ballads (1864)
  • Speeches of Andrew Johnson (1865)
  • Life and Speeches of John Bright (1865)
  • Anecdotes, Poetry, and Incidents of the War: North and South: 1860-1865 (1866)
  • Women in the War, 1861-66 (1866)
  • Songs and Ballads of the Southern People, 1861-65 (1887)
  • The Civil War in Song and Story, 1860-1865 (New York: P. F. Collier, 1889)

The Rebellion Record[edit]

Twelve volumes reporting on the American Civil War were published by David Van Nostrand. Each volume contains a diary of events, documents and narratives, and poetry. Most are now available from Internet Archive:


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