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PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

Jessieduds: America the Beautiful by Katharine Lee Bates 1913 O beautiful for Spacious skies, for amber waves of grain, for purple mountains majesties above the fruited plane! America! America! God shed his grace on there and crown thy good with brotherhood from sea to shining sea!

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

EthicsSteve: I could watch Parry’s Jerusalem on an endless loop. Not unlike Berlin’s God Bless America, Guthrie’s This Land is Your Land, or Katharine Lee Bates’s America the Beautiful. Last Night of the Proms, in Covid 2021

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

ldn_photo: "Vestiges: Photo Series Commentary on Humanity’s Relationship with Earth"

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

babyboymonaghan: Song publisher: What's your favorite thing about the sky? Katharine Lee Bates: Halcyon. Song publisher: Can we just say spacious?

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

FalmouthPS_HR: New Sidewalks On Katharine Lee Bates Road Will Complete Walk-To-School Route For Students

textsish: "My sorrow asks no healing; it is love; Let love then make me brave To bear the keen hurts of This careless summertide" - Yellow Clover, Katharine Lee Bates

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

dogyears: Jokgu of The Flockstars, A Buff Brahma Bantam Chicken, Rocks Katharine Lee Bates' Version of Samuel Augustus Ward's Materna

capenewsdotnet: Construction on Katharine Lee Bates Road continued last week, first with the installation of a new drainage system and soon, new sidewalks leading to the Mullen-Hall School.

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

Spill_Words: Our President a poem by Katharine Lee Bates GOD help him! Ay, and let us help him, too, Help him with our one hundred million minds Molded to loyalty, so that he finds The faith of the Republic pulsing through

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

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PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

romandolenc: The Lighthouse by Katharine Lee Bates In seas far north, day after day We leaned upon the rail, engrossed In frolic fin and jewel spray And crystal headlands of the coast.

LiteraryRob: On the birth of Katharine Lee Bates, August 12, 1859, and the one song of hers all Americans should know --

KayHeadley: O beautiful for spacious skies for amber waves of grain...Katharine Lee Bates ... August 12, 1859: Poet Katharine Lee Bates was inspired to write her best known work, America the Beautiful, after a trip to Colorado's Pikes Peak. She was born in Massachusetts, 162 years ago today.

NORTHTRENTON: Happy Birthday to Helena Blavatsky (d. 1891), Michael J. McGivney (d. 1890), Diamond Jim Brady (d. 1917), Ernestine Von Kirchsberg (d. 1924), Katharine Lee Bates (d. 1929), Klara Hitler (d. 1907), Jacinto Benavente (d. 1954), Henrik Sillem (d. 1907) and Edith Hamilton (d. 1963).

LISVocationeRP: Happy Birthday Katharine Lee Bates! "O beautiful..." were the words you wrote from the inspiration of Pike's Peak.

WayneResistance: “Love planted a rose, and the world turned sweet.” ~~ Katharine Lee Bates

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to writer/poet Katharine Lee Bates (August 12,1859), author of the patriotic song "America the Beautiful" (1893) and many other works.

reesean: It’s the birthday of the woman who wrote the lines: “O beautiful for spacious skies, / For amber waves of grain, / For purple mountain majesties / Above the fruited plain!” That’s Katharine Lee Bates, born in Falmouth, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod (1859).

flagcard: August 12 is America the Beautiful Day. It is the birthday of Katharine Lee Bates, writer of the lyrics to this beloved patriotic song. ©2021 Flag Card Music & Patriotic Poetry America! America! God shed his grace on thee & crown thy good w/ brotherhood from sea to shining sea.

jlorts: O beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain, For purple mountain majesties Above the fruited plain! --Katharine Lee Bates (1859-1929) Happy Birthday, Katherine, wherever you are. You are so right. We live in a beautiful land.

IllinoisPress: JAF, 134.3. Katharine Lee Bates' Ballad Book and the Pedagogy of the Ballad, by Michael J. Bell. Katharine Lee Bates is internationally celebrated as the author of “America the Beautiful”, yet her long, distinguished academic career is virtually ignored.

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

kamaris_tuoy: America the Beautiful is a patriotic famous song written by a witty feminist poet Katharine Lee Bates accompanied by the hymns tune by church organist and choirmaster Samuel A. Ward. America the beautiful was originally written in 1893 when Katharine Lee was inspired by travels..

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

HeruHer15410868: When Katharine Lee Bates wrote O beautiful in 1893 we were slaves; Therefore if beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, then we have become blind: it’s long been time to open our eyes, and stop bumping into each other, and find our way back home. Africa’s calling you home.

HeruHer15410868: When Katharine Lee Bates wrote O beautiful in 1893 we were slaves; Therefore if beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, then we have become blind: it’s long been time to open our eyes, and stop bumping into each other, and find our way back home. Africa’s calling you home.

HeruHer15410868: When Katharine Lee Bates wrote O beautiful in 1893 we were slaves; Therefore if beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, then we have become blind: it’s long been time to open our eyes, and stop bumping into each other, and find our way back home. Africa’s calling you home.

HeruHer15410868: When Katharine Lee Bates wrote O beautiful in 1893 we were slaves; Therefore if beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, then we have become blind: it’s long been time to open our eyes, and stop bumping into each other, and find our way back home. Africa’s calling you home.

HeruHer15410868: When Katharine Lee Bates wrote O beautiful in 1893 we were slaves; Therefore if beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, then we have become blind: it’s long been time to open our eyes, and stop bumping into each other, and find our way back home. Africa’s calling you home.

HeruHer15410868: When Katharine Lee Bates wrote O beautiful in 1893 we were slaves; Therefore if beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, then we have become blind: it’s long been time to open our eyes, and stop bumping into each other, let’s find our way back home. Africa’s calling you.

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

portmanteauface: I tend to avoid politics here but waves of grain are amber in summer during the lovely harvest season yet they’re a stunning emerald green in the dead of winter as if to thumb their noses at adversity and all due respect to Katharine Lee Bates but that is a shit ton more American

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

l_ackman: July 22, 1893 Katharine Lee Bates wrote "America the Beautiful" in Colorado

ChefLilah: - 1893 Saturday: Wellesley College professor Katharine Lee Bates visited the summit of Pikes Peak, where she was inspired to write the original version of her poem, “America the Beautiful.”

HondaTadakatsu: Today in 1893 – Katharine Lee Bates writes "America the Beautiful" after admiring the view from the top of Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs, Colorado. America the Beautiful-Cedarmont kids

piratenations1: On this date in history, 1893: Katharine Lee Bates writes "America the Beautiful" in Colorado 1937 US Senate rejects FDR's proposal to enlarge Supreme Court

sfdb: July 22, 1893: Katharine Lee Bates writes "America the Beautiful" after admiring the view from the top of Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs, Colorado.

MFStaley: 22.7.1893 – Katharine Lee Bates writes America the Beautiful after admiring the view from the top of Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs, Colorado.

TMcClusky: On this day in 1893 (128 years ago): Katharine Lee Bates writes "America the Beautiful" after admiring the view from the top of Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs, Colorado. It is also Gworge Clinton's 80th birthday A good day to be American!

0penbo0k: On July 22 1893, Katharine Lee Bates writes "America the Beautiful" after admiring the view from the top of Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs, Colorado.

TIMarkham: 22 Jul 1893 – Katharine Lee Bates writes America the Beautiful after admiring the view from the top of Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs, Colorado.

thepainterflynn: Today in 1893 Katharine Lee Bates writes "America the Beautiful" after admiring the view from the top of Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs, Colorado

JackMillerCtr: On this day in 1893, professor and social activist Katharine Lee Bates penned “America the Beautiful,” a poem that would soon be turned into the beloved song we still cherish... Read more on Instagram:

theweekjuniorus: THIS DAY IN HISTORY: “America the Beautiful” is written. On July 22, 1893, Katharine Lee Bates, a professor and poet, wrote the lyrics to the song “America the Beautiful.” She wrote the words after visiting Pikes Peak, one of the highest mountain summits in Colorado.

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

kd_yeongwonhi: "Love planted a rose, and the world turned sweet." ~ Katharine Lee Bates KODREA SHINES ON ASAP

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

SteveRGrill: I think that when Katharine Lee Bates wrote “America the Beautiful”, and she mentions the purple mountian majesty, she must have been on Pikes Peak on an ozone action day.

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

BarbaraDelinsky: but rather is based on a poem written in the late 1800s by Katharine Lee Bates. In 1893, Bates was an English professor at Wellesley College. After accepting a teaching position in Colorado, she traveled there by train and was so struck by the beauty of the passing land

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

thalia_romana: Love planted a rose, and the world turned sweet. – Katharine Lee Bates RALPHGAIL 4 CantGetOutMV

DGaudetWBOY: Katharine Lee Bates was talking about Pike's Peak when she mentioned "purple mountain majesties" in America the Beautiful... But I would argue the same could be said about our Appalachian Mountains.

MaureenCMooney: Happy Independence Day! "America! America! God shed His grace on thee, And crown thy good with brotherhood From sea to shining sea!" --"America the Beautiful" written by Katharine Lee Bates and Samuel A. Ward.

ldennison: Today in History - 1895: The poem "America the Beautiful" was first published. It was written by a teacher, Katharine Lee Bates, after a visit to Pike's Peak in Colorado.

AndrewBeckNYC: Katharine Lee Bates wrote a poem on the July Fourth which became known as “America the Beautiful” atop Pikes Peak in Colorado. The tune came to Samuel A. Ward on a ferry from Coney Island looking at New York City. Two America’s: both inspired by it enough to hope for its future.

compost_lady: The poem was written by Katharine Lee Bates in 1893, inspired not by a random battle in a mostly forgotten war, but by the sight of wheat fields rolling out beneath the rocky mountains (2/9)

ic_greg: America! America! God shed his grace on thee Till selfish gain no longer stain The banner of the free! (Katharine Lee Bates)

amlitreader: "America the Beautiful" inspired when Katharine Bates took a wagon up Pike's Peak: "When I saw the view, I felt great joy. All the wonder of America seemed displayed there, with the sea-like expanse."

sneaker2speaker: Katharine Lee Bates wrote the words as a poem inspired by her trip up Pikes Peak,to celebrate a call to action. First published in the Fourth of July 1895 edition of the church periodical,”The Congregationalist”. It was there the poem was first entitled "America".

cjscalia: “Confirm thy soul in self-control / Thy liberty in law.” - Katharine Lee Bates “what I need right now's the original good time girl.” - DLR

g0_bang: Spent America’s Birthday at the summit of America’s Mountain (Pikes Peak). This view inspired Katharine Lee Bates to write “America the Beautiful” in 1893. Merica

Wellesley: It's the Fourth of July, which means people throughout the country will be singing "America the Beautiful," written by Katharine Lee Bates, Class of 1880. She is pictured here with her collie, Hamlet. To read more poems by Bates, visit:

drivepikespeak: "America the Beautiful" was written in 1893 by Katharine Lee Bates, moved by her experience on top of Pikes Peak which struck her with such a sense of awe as to inspire the beautiful song we know today. Happy Independence Day!

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

Christi94194917: O beautiful for spacious skies, for amber waves of grain; for purple mountain majesties above the fruited plain! America! America! God shed his grace on thee, and crown thy good with brotherhood from sea to shining sea. Katharine Lee Bates (1859 - 1929) “America the Beautiful”

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895

PDSongBot: America The Beautiful Music: Samuel Augustus Ward, 1882 Lyrics: Katharine Lee Bates, 1895



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