Picture of Harriet Beecher Stowe

Chronological listing of bibliography entries:



Beecher, Catharine Esther. Letters on the difficulty of religion.

Brown, Phoebe Hinsdale. The tree and its fruits; or, Narratives from Real Life.

___. The village school, to which is added Jenny; or The conversion of a child, a narrative.

Chandler, Elizabeth Margaret. Essays, philanthropic and moral, principally relating to the abolition of slavery in America.

_____. The poetical works of Elizabeth Margaret Chandler.

Chapman, Maria Weston. Songs of the free and hymns of Christian freedom.

Child, Lydia Maria. Anti-slavery catechism.

_____. The evils of slavery, and the cure of slavery.

_____. Philothea; a romance

Griffith, Mary. Camperdown; or, News from our Neighborhood.

_____. Three hundred years hence.

____. Discoveries in light and vision: with a short memoir containing Discoveries in the mental faculties.

Grimké, Angelina Emily Weld. Appeal to the Christian women of the South.

Hale, Sarah Josepha Buell. The Book of Flowers.

Hall, Louisa Jane Park. Alfred [and the Better part].

Larned, Mrs. L. The American Nun; or, The Effect of Romance.

Lee, Jarena The life and religious experience of Jarena Lee, a coloured lady, giving an account of her call to preach the gospel.

Morgan, Susan Rigby Dallam. The Swiss heiress; or, The bride of destiny. 2 vols.

Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer. (1778-1853) Holiness; or, The legend of St. George. A tale from Spencer's (!)Faerie Queen.

Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer. (1804-1894) Method of spiritual culture: being an explanatory preface to the second edition of record of a school.

Phelps, Almira Hart Lincoln. The female student; or, Lectures to young ladies on female education.

Ritchie, Anna Cora Ogden Mowatt. Pelayo; or, The Cavern of Covadonga.

Robbins, Eliza. Biography for schools.

Sedgwick, Catharine Maria. The poor rich man and the rich poor man.

Signourney, Lydia Howard Huntley. Poems for children.

_____. History of Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome.

_____. Olive Buds.

_____. Stories for youth; founded on fact.

Stephens, Ann Sophia Winterbotham, ed. The Portland Sketch Book.

Willard, Emma Hart. Atlas, to accompany a system of universal history.


Beecher, Catharine Esther. An Essay on Slavery and Abolitionism, with Reference to the Duty of American Females.

Child, Lydia Maria. The family nurse; or, Companion of the frugal housewife.

Downer, Sarah A. The contrast; or, Which is the Christian?

_____. The triumph of truth. A Tale.

Farrar, Eliza Ware Rotch. The Young Lady's Friend.

Gilman, Caroline Howard. The lady's annual register, and housewife's memorandum book for 1838.

Grimké, Angelina Emily Weld. An appeal to the women of the nominally free states.

Hale, Sarah Josepha Buell, ed. The Ladies' Wreath; a selection from the female poetic writers from England and America.

Hall, Louisa Jane Park. Miriam; a dramatic poem.

Lee, Hannah Farnham Sawyer. Three Experiments of Living: living within the means; living up to the means; living beyond the means.

_____. Fourth experiment of living: living without means.

_____. Living on other people's means; or, The history of Simon Silver.

_____. The Contrast; or, Modes of Education.

_____. The Harcourts: Illustrating the Benifit of Retrenchment and Reform.

_____. Rich Enough. A Tale of the Times.

_____. Elinor Fulton; sequel to Three experiments of living.

Leslie, Eliza. Directions for cookery; being a system of the art, in its various branches.

Phelps, Almira Hart Lincoln. Familiar lectures on natural philosophy, for the use of schools.

Ritchie, Anna Cora Ogden Mowatt. Reviewers reviewed: A Satire.

Sedgwick, Catharine. Live and let live; or, Domestic Service Illustrated

_____. A love token for children.

Sigourney, Lydia Howard Huntley. A book for girls, in prose and poetry.

Williams, Catherine Read Arnold. Fall River. An Authentic Narrative.


Barnes, Charlotte Mary Sanford. The Night of the Coronation. Written on reading the account of the coronation of Victoria I.

Embury, Emma Catherine Manley. Constance Latimer, or, The Blind Girl; with other tales.

Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot. Sketches of a married life.

Gilman, Caroline Howard. The lady's annual register, and housewife's memorandum book for 1839.

_____. Recollections of a Southern Matron.

_____. The poetry of travelling in the United States.

Grimké, Angelina Emily Weld. Letters to Catherine E. Beecher, in reply to an essay on slavery and abolitionism, addressed to A.E. Grimké.

Grimké, Sarah Moore.Letters on the equality of the sexes,and the condition of woman.

Hall, Fanny W. Rambles in Europe; or, a Tour through France, Italy, Switzerland, Great Britain, and Ireland, in 1836.

Hall, Louisa Jane Park. Joanna of Naples.

Lee, Eliza Buckminster. Sketches of a New England Village in the Last Century.

Lee, Hannah Farnham Sawyer. Worth a Million.

Leslie, Eliza. Althea Vernon; or, The Embroidered Handkerchief. To which is added Henrietta Harrison, or The Blue Cotton Umbrella.

_____. The tell-tale; and, the week of idleness.

Livermore, Harriet. A letter to John Ross: the principal chief of the Cherokee nation.

Mayo, Sarah Carter Edgarton. Ellen Clifford; or, The genius of reform.

_____. The Palfreys: A Tale.

Osgood, Frances Sargeant Locke. A wreath of wild flowers from New England.

Phelps, Almira Hart Lincoln. Familiar lectures on chemistry; for schools, families, and private students.

Robbins, Eliza. The first book; or, Primary lessons for public and private schools.

Sigourney, Lydia Howard Huntley. Letters to mothers.

Smith, Elizabeth Oakes Prince. Riches without wings; or, The Cleveland Family.


Allen, Hannah Bowen. Farmer Housten and the Speculator: A New England Tale.

Bacon, Delia Salter. The Bride of Fort Edward, founded on an incident of the revolution.

Cunningham, Virginia. Maid of Florence; or, A woman's vengeance, a psuedo-historical tragedy in five acts.

Davis, Mary Elizabeth Morague. The British Partizan: A Tale of the Times of Old.

Ellet, Elizabeth Fries Lummis. The characters of Schiller.

Embury, Emma Catherine Manley. Pictures of early life; or, Sketches of youth.

Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot. Nursery Songs.

_____. Poems.

_____. Sacred Songs for Sunday Schools, original and selected.

Fuller, Margaret, trans. Conversation with Goethe in the last years of his life.

Gilman, Caroline Howard Tales and Ballads.

_____, ed. Letters of Eliza Wilkinson, during the invasion and possession of Charlestown, S.C., by the British in the Revolutionary War.

_____. Verses of a life Time. Boston and Cambridge: James Munroe and Co., [AAS date 1839] [OCLC date 1849].

Hale, Sarah Josepha Buell. The good housekeeper or the way to live well and to be well while we live containing directions for choosing and preparing food in regard to health, economy, and taste.

Hall, Louisa Jane Park. Hannah, the mother of Samuel the prophet and judge of Israel. A sacred drama.

_____. The New Year's Day.

Kirkland, Caroline. A new home - who'll follow? Or, Glimpses of Western Life.

Lee, Hannah Farnham Sawyer. Rosanna; or, Scenes in Boston..

_____. The life and times of Martin Luther.

Osgood, Frances Sargeant Locke. The casket of fate

Phelps, Almira Hart Lincoln. Essay on female education, and prospectus of the Rahway Institute

Robbins, Eliza. The school friend, or Lessons in prose and verse.

Sedgwick, Catharine Maria. Means and ends, or Self-training.

Sherburne, George Ann Humphreys. Imogine; or, The Pirate's Treasure. The Demon's Cave.

Stephens, Ann Sophia Winterbotham. The queen of a week.

Stowe, Harriet Beecher. The gift, a Christmas and New Year's present for 1840.

Williams, Catherine Read Arnold. Biography of revolutionary heroes, containing the life of Brigadier Gen. William Barton, and also, of Captain Stephen Olney.


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