Chicago Poems (1916) [Available full text
online at www.bartleby.com
Cornhuskers (1918) [Available full text online at www.bartleby.com
Smoke and Steel (1920) [Available full text online at www.bartleby.com
Slabs of the Sunburst West (1922)
Good Morning, America (1928)
The People, Yes (1936)
Poems of the Midwest (1946)
The Complete Poems of Carl Sandburg (1950)
Harvest Poems (1960)
Honey and Salt (1963)
Breathing Tokens (edited by Margaret Sandburg, 1978)
Billy Sunday and Other Poems (edited by George and Willene
Selected Poems of Carl Sandburg (edited by George and Willene
The Chicago Race Riots of 1919
Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years (two volumns, 1926)
The American Songbag (1927)
Steichen the Photagrapher (1929)
Mary Lincoln: Wife and Widow (Part two by Paul M. Angle, 1932)
Abraham Lincoln: The War Years (four volumns, 1939)
Storm over the Land (1942)
Home Front Memo (1943)
Always the Young Strangers (1953)
A Lincoln Preface (1953)
Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years and the War Years (one volumn
The Sandburg Range (1957)
Heise, Kenan. The Sandburg Shelf: An Annotated
Bibliography and Price Guide for the Works of Carl Sandburg.
1993. 71 pgs. (limited to 100 copies) [Very imformative with regards
to identifying first editions. Used primarily as a quick reference
Crane, Joan. Carl Sandburg, Philip Green Wright
and the Asgard Press: 1900-1910. 1975. 132 pgs. [This book deals
primarily with Sandburg's years in Galesburg, Illinois. Includes letters
to his friend/mentor Professor Philip Green Wright].
Canant, Ray Moschel. A Catalog of the Carl Sandburg
Collection of the University of Texas at Austin. 1972. 961 pgs.
(two volumns) [Compiled as part of a dissertation, this is the most
impressive of the bibliographies. The University of Texas at Austin
has a very impressive collection of Sandburg materials].
Van Doren, Mark. Carl Sandburg:
with a bibliography of Sandburg materials in the collections of the
Library of Congress. 1969. 83 pgs. [Another quick reference source.
Includes an introductory discussion of Sandburg's works. Nicely divided
to inlcude catagories such as "Audio" works and "Introductions and
The Sandburg Range: An Exhibit
of Materials from Carl Sandburg's Library. 1958. 47 pgs. [An
exhibit catalog from the University of Illnois. Used as an incomplete
bibliography, but includes some very important materials].
Newman, Ralph. "A Selective Checklist
of Sandburg's Writings." Journal of the Illinois State Historical
Society, winter, 1952. p.402-406. [Another very quick reference
source. Newman was a major collector of Sandburg material, including
the very earliest editions of Sandburg's poetry. This is part of a
larger ISHL issue dealing with Sandburg, including many writtings
about him by some of his closest friends].