The Hope of Liberty. Containing a Number of Poetical Pieces. Raleigh: J. Gales & Son, 1829. 22 pp. 21 poems.
Poems by a Slave. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Lewis Gunn, 1837. 23 pp. 21 poems, the same as those in The Hope of Liberty.
Memoir and Poems of Phillis Wheatley, a Native African and a Slave. Also, Poems by a Slave. 3rd ed. Boston: Isaac Knapp, 1838.155 pp. 21 poems by Horton, the same as those in The Hope of Liberty.
The Poetical Works. Hillsborough, N.C.: D. Heartt, 1845-99 pp. 44 poems.
Naked Genius. Raleigh: Wm. B. Smith & Co., Southern Field and Fireside Book Publishing House, 1865. 160 pp. 132 poems (90 new).
"Lines to My" Southern Literary Messenger ( April 1843): 238.
"Slavery. By a Carolinian Slave named George Horton." Freedom's Journal ( July 18, 1828).
Liberator ( March 29, 1834).
"What is Time." Chapel Hill Weekly Gazette, May 9, 1857.
"An Address. The Stream of Liberty and Science. To Collegiates of the University of N.C. By George M. Horton The Black Bard." 1859. North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 29 pp.
*Letter to Garrison ( 1844), *letter to Greeley ( 1852), and *two letters to Swain (neither dated). David Lowry Swain Papers, Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Gillespie and Wright Family Papers, Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill____________________
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Publication information: Book title: The Black Bard of North Carolina:George Moses Horton and His Poetry. Contributors: Joan R. Sherman - Editor, George Moses Horton - Author. Publisher: University of North Carolina Press. Place of publication: Chapel Hill, NC. Publication year: 1997. Page number: 47.
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