Picture of Harriet Beecher Stowe

Chronological listing of bibliography entries:



Bullard, Anne Tuttle Jones. The Stanwood Family; or, The History of the American Tract Society.

Farrar, Eliza Ware Rotch. The Children's Robinson Crusoe.

Gould, Hannah Flagg. Mary Dow, and the Little Beggar Girl.

Hale, Sarah Josepha Buell. Conversations on the Burman Mission.

_____. Poems for our children: designed for families, Sabbath schools, and infant schools. Part I.

Hinckley, Mary. The Seymour Family; or, Domestic Scenes.

_____. Sequel to the Seymour Family; or, Domestic Scenes.

Larned, Mrs L. The Sanfords; or, Home Scenes.

_____. Grace Seymour.

Robbins, Eliza. Elements of mythology.

Royall, Anne Newport. Letters from Alabama, 1817-1822.

_____. Mrs Royall's Southern Tour; or, Second Series of The Black Book. 3 vols.

Sedgwick, Catharine Maria. Clarence; or, A tale of our own times.

Sedgwick, Elizabeth Buckminster Dwight. A Spanish Conquest of America. Designed for the use of children. Boston: Leonard C.Bowles, 1830.

Sedgwick, Susan Ann Livingston Ridley. The children's week.

_____. The young emigrants: A tale designed for young persons.

Talbot, Mary Elizabeth. Rurality: Original Desultory Tales.

Wells, Anna Maria Foster. Poems and juvenile sketches.

Willard, Emma Hart. A series of maps to Willard's History of the United States, or Republic of America.

Williams, Catherine Read Arnold. Tales: National and Revolutionary.

_____. Original Poems on Various Subjects.


Bacon, Delia Salter. Tales of the Puritans. The regicides. The fair pilgrim. Castine.

Beecher, Catharine Esther. The elements of moral and mental philosophy, founded on experience, reason and the Bible.

Bullard, Anne Tuttle Jones.
Louisa Ralston; or what can I do for the heathen?

Child, Lydia Maria. The mother's book.

_____. The coronal; a collection of miscellaneous pieces, written at various times.

Embury, Emma Catherine Manley. (1806-1863) An address on female education, read at the anniversary of the Brooklyn Collegiate Institute for Young Ladies, by Fanning c. Tucker. Written for the occasion by Mrs. Emma C. Embury.

Farrar, Eliza Ware Rotch. The story of the Life of Lafayette, as told by a father to his children.

Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot. Hymns, songs and fables for children.

Griffith, Mary. Our Neighborhood; or, Letters on Horticultural and Natural Phenomena, Interspersed with Opinions on Domestic and Moral Economy.

Larned, Mrs. L. The Fairy Tale.

_____. Sarah and her cousins.

Leslie, Eliza. American Girl's book; or, Occupation for play hours.

Livermore, Harriet. A wreath from jessamine lawn; or, Free grace the flower that never fades.

_____. Millenial tidings no. 1.

Phelps, Almira Hart Lincoln.

_____, ed. Vauquelin, Louis Nicolas. Dictionary of chemistry.

Robbins, Eliza. Introduction to Popular lessons, for the use of small children in schools.

Willard, Emma Hart. Abridgement of the History of the United States; or, Republic of America.


Adams, Hannah. A Memoir of Miss Hannah Adams, written by herself. With Additional Notices by a Friend [ Hannah Farnham Sawyer Lee].

Beecher, Catharine Esther. Arithmetic simplified: prepared for the use of primary schools, female seminaries, and high schools: in three parts.

Bullard, Anne Tuttle Jones. The Reformation; a True Tale of the Sixteenth Century.

Child, Lydia Maria. The biographies of Lady Russell and Madame Guyon.

_____. The biographies of Madame de Stael and Madame Roland.

Cushing, Caroline Elizabeth Wilde. Letters descriptive of public monuments, scenery and manners in France and Spain. 2 vols.

Dix, Dorothea Lynde. American moral tales for young persons.

Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot. Sequel to the well-spent hour, or The Birthday.

Gould, Hannah Flagg. Poems.

Hale, Sarah Josepha Buell. Flora's Interpreter; or, The American Book of Flowers and Sentiments.

Leslie, Eliza. Wonderful travels; being the narratives of Munchhausen, Gulliver,and Sinbad abridged from the original works with numerous alterations and original designs.

_____, ed. and trans. Domestic French cookery, chiefly translated from Sulpice Barue.

Packard, Hannah James (1815-1831) The choice: a tragedy; with miscellaneous poems.

Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer. First Steps to the study of history: Being part first of a key to history

_____, trans. Self-education; or, The means and art of moral progress.

Phelps, Almira Hart Lincoln, ed. The child's geology by Samuel Griswold Goodrich.

Sedgwick, Catharine Maria. Pleasant Sundays.

Stewart, Maria W. Miller. Meditations from the pen of Mrs. Maria W. Stewart. Presented to the First African Baptist Church and Society, in the city of Boston.

_____. "Why sit ye here and die." Lecture delivered at Franklin Hall, Boston, reprinted in The Liberator, 21 September 1832.

Willard, Emma Hart. Ancient atlas: to accompany the universal geography by William C. Woodbridge and Willard.

Williams, Catherine Read Arnold. Aristocracy; or, The Holbey Family.


Beecher, Catharine Esther. Primary geography for children, on an improved plan.

Bullard, Anne Tuttle Jones. Little Aimee, the persecuted child: to which is added The frightful story.

Child, Lydia Maria. An appeal in favor of that class of Americans called Africans.

_____. Good wives.

_____. The girl's own book.

_____. Authentic anecdotes of American slavery. No. 1, 2. 1833-1835.

Farrar, Eliza Ware Rotch. John Howard.

Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot. Little Songs for little boys and girls.

Hall, Sarah Ewing Selections from the writings of Mrs. Sarah Hall, author of Conversations on the Bible, with a memoir of her life. Ed. By Harrison Hall.

Hentz, Caroline Lee Whiting. Lovell's Folly

Holley, Mary Austin. Texas; observations, geographical and descriptive.

Leslie, Eliza. Atlantic Tales; or, Pictures of youth.

_____. Pencil Sketches; or, Outlines of character and manners.

Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer. The Hebrews.

_____.The Greeks; part three of a key to history.

Phelps, Almira Hart Lincoln. Botany for beginners: an introduction to Mrs. Lincoln's Lectures on botany.

_____. Address on the subject of female education in Greece, and general extension of Christian intercourse among females.

_____. Caroline Westerley; or, The Young Traveller from Ohio.

Robbins, Eliza. Grecian History; Adapted to the Use of Schools and Young Persons.

_____. Classic Tales; designed for the instruction and amusement of young persons.

Savage, Sarah. Blind Miriam Restored to Sight.

Sigourney, Lydia Howard Huntley. Biography of pious persons; abridged for youth.

____. Letters to young ladies.

_____. How to be happy.

_____. The farmer and the soldier.

_____. Memoir of Phoebe P. Hammond, a pupil in the American asylum at Hartford.


Child, Lydia Maria. The oasis.

Day, Martha. Literary remains of Martha Day, with the Rev. Dr. Fitch's address at her funeral, and sketches of her character.

Ellet, Elizabeth Fries Lummis. trans. Euphemio of Messina. By Silvio Pellico.

Farrar, Eliza Ware Rotch. The Youth's Letter Writer; or, The Epistolary Art Made Plain and Easy to Beginners, through the example of Henry Moreton.

Fox, Mary L. The ruined deacon: a true story.

Gilman, Caroline Howard. Recollections of a housekeeper [by Mrs. Clarissa Packard, pseud.]

Hale, Sarah Josepha Buell, ed. The school song book.

Leslie, Eliza. Laura Lovel; a sketch for ladies only.

Phelps, Almira Hart Lincoln. Chemistry for beginners.

Robbins, Eliza. English History; Adapted to the Use of Schools and Young Persons.

Scott, Julia H. Kinney. The Sacrifice: A Clergyman's Story.

Sedgwick, Susan Ann Livingston Ridley. Allen Prescott; or, The fortunes of a New England Boy.

Sigourney, Lydia Howard Huntley. Sketches.

_____. The children in the wood: to which is added: My mother's grave, a pathetic story.

_____. Poems.

_____. Lays from the West.

Taggert, Cynthia. Poems.

Wheatley, Phillis. Memoir and poems of Phillis Wheatley, a native African and a slave: Dedicated to the friends of the Africans.


Beecher, Catharine Esther. An essay on the education of female teachers, written at the request of the American Lyceum and communicated at their annual meeting, New York, May 8th, 1835.

Bullard, Anne Tuttle Jones. The wife for a missionary.

Child, Lydia Maria. The history of the condition of women, in various ages and nations. 2 vols.

Ellet, Elizabeth Fries Lummis. Poems, translated and original, incl. Teresa Contarini.

Farrar, Eliza Ware Rotch. The adventures of Congo in search of his master:an American tale.

Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot. The Skeptic.

Fox, Mary Anna. George Allen, the Only Son.

Gould, Hannah Flagg. Esther: a scripture narrative; together with an original poem.

Hale, Sarah Josepha Buell. Traits of American Life.

Lee, Hannah Farnham Sawyer. The Backslider.

Leslie, Eliza, ed. The violet: a Christmas and New Year's gift, or birthday present for 1836.

Livermore, Harriet. The hero of Israel to meet the loud echo of the wilds of America.

Paul, Susan. Memoir of James Jackson, the attentive and obedient scholar, who died in Boston, October 31, 1833, aged six years and eleven months.

Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer. Record of a school; exemplifying the principles of spiritual culture.

Phelps, Almira Hart Lincoln and Emma Willard, trans. Madame Necker de Saussure. Progressive education, commencing with the infant.

Savage, Sarah. Trial and Self-Discipline.

Sedgwick, Catharine Maria. Tales and sketches.

_____. Home.

_____. The Linwoods; or, "Sixty years since" in America.

Sigourney, Lydia Howard Huntley. Tales and Essays for children.

_____. A book for boys; consisting of original articles in prose and poetry.

_____. Memoir of Margaret and Henrietta Flower.

_____. Margaret and Henrietta..

_____. Zinzedorff, and Other Poems.

Stewart, Maria W. Miller. Productions of Mrs. Maria W. Stewart, presented to the First African Baptist Church and Society, in the city of Boston.

Warfield, Susanna. Illorar de Courcy: An Auto-biographical novel. By Josiah Templeton, Esq. [Pseud.].

Willard, Emma Hart. A system of universal history, in perspective: accompanied by an atlas, exhibiting chronology in a picture of nations,and progressive geography in a series of maps.


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