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Ode by Timrod, written in 1861 during the meeting of the first Confederate Congress, and published in his Poems (1873). It enthusiastically hails the new nation, optimistically proclaiming its inevitable victory in the war, and celebrates the character of the Southern people and the perfection of soil and climate in the South.

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