Carl Sandburg

Carl Sandburg (January 6, 1878 – July 22, 1967) was an American writer and editor, best known for his poetry. He was the recipient of three Pulitzer Prizes: two for his poetry and another for his biography of Abraham Lincoln. H. L. Mencken called Sandburg "indubitably an American in every pulse-beat".

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List Of Fairfax County Public Schools Middle Schools - Carl Sandburg Middle School
... Carl Sandburg Middle School (Cluster 4 Grades 7-8) is located south of Alexandria ... In 1985, Fort Hunt High School was renamed Carl Sandburg Middle School ... Carl Sandburg's planetarium has a Spitz A4 planetarium projector, a 30-foot-diameter (9.1 m) dome, and 76 seats ...
Carl Sandburg (Amtrak)
... The Carl Sandburg is a 258-mile (415 km) passenger train route operated by Amtrak that runs between Chicago and Quincy, Illinois ... Q Quincy/Hannibal main line via Macomb) is served by the Carl Sandburg and the Illinois Zephyr ... During fiscal year 2011, both the Illinois Zephyr and Carl Sandburg carried a combined 225,000 passengers, a 6.9% increase over FY2010 ...
Carl Sandburg (Amtrak) - Overview
... The Carl Sandburg is an outgrowth of the Illinois Zephyr, which, along with the rest of the Illinois Service trains, posted record ridership levels in the 2005-2006 fiscal year ... The Carl Sandburg can trace its heritage to the Kansas City Zephyr and American Royal Zephyr, passenger train routes between Kansas City and Chicago along these ... The addition of the Carl Sandburg was the first step in this Midwest Regional Rail Initiative service upgrade ...
Carl Sandburg - Bibliography
... poetry) (originally published as Charles Sandburg) Abe Lincoln Grows Up (N/A) Incidentals (1904) (poetry and prose) (originally published as Charles Sandburg) Plaint of a ... War Years (1939) (biography) Storm over the Land (1942) (biography) (excerpts from Sandburg's own Abraham Lincoln The War Years) Road to Victory (1942) (exhibi ... the Young Strangers (1953) (autobiography) Selected Poems of Carl Sandburg (1954) (poetry) (edited by Rebecca West) The Family of Man (1955) (exhibition ...
Carl Sandburg High School - History
... board resolution called for the new school to be named for Carl Sandburg, out of "a desire for historic significance transcending purely local associations of the former school districts" ... announced that the new high school building would be named for the poet, after Sandburg "consented and expressed his pleasure" in a letter to the school board ... At least until 1960, Sandburg visited the school every other year ...

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