Friday, June 1, 2018
American Women Writers: Bibliography 1820-1829
Beecher, Catharine Esther (1800-1878) Suggestions Respecting Improvements in Education. Hartford: Packer and Butler, 1829.
Brooks, Maria Gowen. (b.1796) Judith, Esther, and other Poems, by a Lover of the Fine Arts. Boston: Cummings and Hilliard, 1820.
_____. Zophiel, a Poem. Boston: Richardson and Lord, 1825.
Cheney, Harriet Vaughan Foster. (b.1796) The Sunday School, or Village Sketches, 1820.
_____. A Peep at the Pilgrims in Sixteen Hundred Thirty-Six: A Tale of Olden Times. 2 vols. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1824.
_____. The Rivals of Acadia, an old story of the New World. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1827.
Child, Lydia Maria Francis.(1802-1880) Hobomok. Boston: Cummings and Hilliard, 1824
_____. Evenings in New England. Boston: Cummings, Hilliard and Company, 1824.
_____. The rebels: or, Boston Before the Revolution. Boston: Cummings, Hilliard and Company, 1825.
_____. Emily Parker, or Impulse, not principle. Boston: Bowles and Dearborn, Isaac R. Butts and Company, Printers, 1827.
_____. The First Settlers of New England; or, Conquest of the Pequots, Narragansetts, and Pokanokets. Boston: Munroe and Francis; New York: C.S. Francis, 1828.
_____. Biographical Sketches of Great and Good Men. Boston: Putnam and Hunt; Philadelphia: Thomas T. Ash, 1828.
_____, ed. Moral Lessons in Verse. Cambridge: Hilliard and Brown, 1828.
____. The Frugal Housewife. Boston: Marsh and Capen, 1829.
Cushing, Eliza Lanesford Foster. (1794-1854?) Saratoga: A Tale of the Revolution. 2 vols. Boston: Cummings, Hilliard and Company, 1824.
_____. Yorktown: An Historical Romance. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1826.
Davidson, Lucretia Maria. (1808-1825) Amir Khan and Other Poems. New York: G. & C. & H. Carvill, 1829.
Dix, Dorothea Lynde. (1802-1887) Conversations on Common Things; or, Guide to Knowledge . Boston: Munroe and Francis, 1824.
_____. Hymns for Children: Selected and Altered, With Appropriate Texts of Scripture. Boston: Munroe and Francis, 1825.
_____. Evening Hours. Boston: Munroe and Francis; New York: Charles S. Francis, 1825.
_____. John Williams, or The Sailor Boy. Boston: Bowles and Dearborn, 1827.
_____. Marrion Wilder; or, The Passionate Little Girl. Boston: Bowles and Dearborn, 1827.
_____. The Prize: or, Three Half Crowns. Boston: Bowles and Dearborn, 1827.
_____. George Mills, or, The Little Boy Who Did Not Love His Books. Boston: Bowles and Dearborn,1828.
_____. Meditations for Private Hours. Boston: Munroe and Francis, 1828.
_____. Robert Woodward; or, The Heedless Boy. Boston: Bowles and Dearborn, 1828.
_____. The Storm. Boston: Bowles and Dearborn, 1828.
_____. Sequel to Marrion Wilder. Boston: Bowles and Dearborn, 1828.
_____, ed. The Garland of Flora. Boston: S.G. Goodrich and Company and Carter and Hendell, 1829.
_____. The Pearl or Affection's Gift: A Christmas and New Year's Present. Philadelphia, 1829. [There are no known copies extant.]
Embury, Emma Catherine Manley (1806-1863) Guido: A Tale; Sketches from History and Other Poems. New York: G. & C. Carvill, 1828.
Evans, Sarah Ann.Resignation: An American Novel.2 vols. Boston: Printed for the author by John B. Russell, 1825.
Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot. (1787-1860) The Well-Spent Hour. No. I-XII. Boston: Wait, Greene and Company, 1827-28.
_____. The Warning. Boston: Wait, Greene and Company, 1829.
_____, ed. Fenelon, Francois de Salignac de la Mothe, 1615-1715. Selections from the Writings of Fenelon. Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins, 1829.
Hale, Sarah Josepha Buell. (1788-1879) The Genius of Oblivion and Other Original Poems. Concord: Jacob B. Moore, 1823.
_____. Northwood: A Tale of New England. Boston: Bowles and Dearborn, 1827.
_____. Sketches of American Character. Boston: Putnam and Hunt and Carter and Hendee, 1829.
Hale, Sarah Preston Everett. (1796-1866) Boston Reading Lessons for Primary Schools. Boston: Richardson, Lord and Holbrook, 1828.
Hart, Jannette M. Nahant; or, "The Floure of Souvenance." Philadelphia: H.C. Carey and I. Lea, 1827.
_____. Cora; or The Genius of America. Philadelphia: E. Littell, 1828.
Huntington, Susan Mansfield. (1791-1823) Little Lucy; or, The Careless Child Reformed. Cambridge: Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf, 1820.
Leslie, Eliza. (1787-1858) Seventy-five Recipes for Pastry, Cakes, and Sweetmeats. Boston: Monroe and Francis; New York: C.S. Francis, 1827.
_____. The Mirror; or, Eighteen Juvenile Tales and Dialogues. 2 vol. Boston: Munroe and Francis; New York: Charles S. Francis, 1828.
_____, trans. Eugene and Lolotte; A Tale for Children. Written by Contesse de Stephanie Felicite Genlis. Boston: Munroe and Francis; New York: Charles S. Francis, 1828.
_____. Stories for Emma: Being a Series of Easy Reading Lessons, with the Syllables Divided. Boston: Munroe and Francis, 1829; New York: C.S. Francis, 1828-1829.
_____. Stories for Adelaide: Being a Second Series of Easy Reading Lessons, With Divided Syllables. Philadelphia: Thomas T. Ash, 1829.
_____. The Young Americans, or, Sketches of a Sea Voyage, and a Short Visit to Europe. Boston: Munroe and Francis; New York: C.S. Francis, 1829.
Morton, Sarah Wentworth Apthorp (1759-1846) My Mind and Its Thoughts in Sketches, Fragments, and Essays. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1823.
Phelps, Almira Hart Lincoln. (1793-1884) Familiar Lectures on Botany. Hartford: H. and F.J. Huntington, 1829.
Livermore, Harriet. (1788-1868) Scriptural evidence in favor of female testimony in meetings for Christian worship in letters to a friend. Portsmouth [N.H.]: Foster, 1824.
_____.An epistle of love, addressed to the youth and children of Germantown, Pa., county of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: J. Rakestraw, 1826.
_____. A narration of religious experience. In twelve letters. Vol 1. Concord [N.H.]: printed by Jacob B. Moore, for the author, 1826.
Reed, Anna C.The Life of George Washington. Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union, 1829.
Robbins, Eliza, (1786-1853) compiler. American popular lessons, chiefly selected from the writings of Mrs. Barbauld, Miss Edgeworth, and other approved authors.New York: S. Heustis, 1820.
_____. Sequel to American popular lessons. New York: Collins and Hannay, 1827.
_____, ed. Poetry for schools; designed for reading and recitation. New York: White, Gallaher and White, 1828.
_____. Primary dictionary, or Rational vocabulary, consisting of nearly four thousand words, adapted to the comprehension of children and designed for the younger classes in schools. New York: R. Lockwood, 1828.
_____. Tales from American History; containing the principal facts in the life of Christopher Columbus. 3 vols. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1829.
Rowson, Susanna Haswell. (1762-1824) Biblical Dialogues Between a Father and His Family: Comprising Sacred History from the Creation to the Birth of our Savior. Boston: Richardson and Lord, 1822.
_____. Charlotte's Daughter; or, The Three Orphans: A Sequel to Charlotte Temple. Boston: Richardson and Lord, 1828.
Royall, Anne Newport. (1769-1854) Sketches of history, life, and manners in the United States, by a traveler. New Haven: Printed for the author, 1826.
_____. The Tennessean: A novel, founded on facts. New Haven: Printed for the author, 1827.
_____. The Cabinet [a play]. 1828.
_____. The Black Book: or, A Continuation of Travels in the United States. 3 vols. Washington: Printed for the author, 1828-29.
_____. Mrs. Royall's Pennsylvania. 2 vols. Washington: Printed for the author, 1829.
Sanders, Elizabeth Elkins. (1762-1851) Conversations, principally on the aborigines of North America. Salem, Massachusetts: W. and S.B. Ives, 1828.
Savage, Sarah. (1785-1837) Filial Affection, or The Clergyman's granddaughter. Boston: Cummings and Hilliard, 1820.
_____. James Talbot. Cambridge: Hilliard and Metcalf; Boston: Published at The Christian Register Office, 1821.
_____. Advice to a young woman at service: in a letter from a friend. New York: New York Book Society; Boston: Trustees of the Publishing Fund by J.B. Russell, 1823.
_____. The Badge: A Moral Tale for Children. Boston: Office of the Christian Register, 1824.
_____. Life of Philip, the Indian chief. Salem: Whipple and Lawrence, 1827.
_____. Sunday School Conversations on Some Interesting Subjects Recorded in the New Testament. Boston: Cottons and Barnard, 1829.
Sedgwick, Catharine Maria. (1789-1867) Mary Hollis, An Original Tale. New York: New York Unitarian Book Society, 1822.
_____. A New England Tale. New York: E. Bliss and E. White, 1822.
_____. Redwood. New York: E. Bliss and E. White, 1824.
_____. The Travellers: A Tale Designed for Young People. New York: E. Bliss and E. White, 1825.
_____. The Deformed Boy. Boston: Munroe and Francis; Brookfield: E.and G. Merriam, 1826.
_____. Hope Leslie. New York: White, Gallaher, and White, 1827
_____. A short essay to do good. Stockbridge [Ma.]: Republished from the Christian teacher's manual, 1828.
Sedgwick, Elizabeth Buckminster Dwight (1801-1864) The Beatitudes. Boston: Bowles and Dearborn, 1828.
Sedgwick, Susan Anne Livingston Ridley (1789-1867) The Morals of Pleasure: Illustrated by Stories Designed for Young Persons. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea and Carey, 1829.
Sigourney, Lydia Howard Huntley. (1791-1865) Traits of the Aborigines of America. A Poem. Cambridge: Hilliard and Metcalf, 1822.
_____. Sketch of Connecticut, Forty Years Since. Hartford: Oliver D. Cooke and Sons, 1824.
_____. Poems. Hartford: S.G. Goodrich, 1827.
_____. Female Biography. 1829.
Smith, Margaret Bayard. (1778-1844) A Winter in Washington, or Memoirs of the Seymour Family. 2 vols. New York: E. Bliss and E. White, 1824.
_____. What is Gentility? Washington: Pishey Thompson, 1828.
Smith, Sarah Pogson. Daughters of Eve. Schenectady: Printed by G. Richie, Jr., 1826.
Smith, Sarah Louisa P. (1811-1832) Poems. Providence: A.S. Beckwith, 1829 [same as Sarah Pogson Smith?]
Thayer, Caroline Matilda Warren. (1787?-1844) , ed. Muzzy, Harriet. Poems, moral and sentimental [includes poems by Thayer]. New York: F.W. Ritter, 1821.
_____. First Lessons in the History of the U.S.: Compiled for the use of the Junior Class in Joseph Hoxie's Academy. New York: Printed by D. Fanshaw, 1823.
_____. Letter to the Members of the Methodist Episcopal Church of the City of New York. New York: Printed for the publishers, 1821.
Tuthill, Louisa Caroline Huggins. (1798-1879) James Somers: The Pilgrim's Son. New Haven: A.H. Maltby, 1827.
_____. Love of Admiration, or Mary's Visit to Boston: A Moral Tale. New Haven: A.H. Maltby, 1828.
Willard, Emma Hart. (1787-1870) Geography for Beginners, or the Instructor's Assistant. Hartford: Oliver D. Cooke and Company, 1826.
_____. History of the United States; or, Republic of America. New York: White, Gallaher, and White, 1828.
_____ and William C. Woodbridge. Rudiments of Geography, on a New Plan. Hartford: Samuel G. Goodrich, 1821.
_____ and William C. Woodbridge. Ancient Geography as Connected with Chronology and Prepatory to the Study of Ancient History in a System of Universal Geography. Hartford: 1822.
_____ and William C. Woodbridge. Universal Geography, Ancient and Modern; On the Principles of Comparison and Classification. Hartford: Oliver D. Cooke and Company, 1824.
Williams, Catherine Read Arnold. (1790-1872) Religion at Home: A Story Founded on Facts. Providence: Marshall and Hammond, Printer, 1829.
Wood, Sarah (Sally) Sayward Barrell Keating. (1759-1855) Tales of the Night. Portland, Maine: Thomas Todd, 1827.
Bibliography compiled for Dr. Judith Fetterley by Lois Dellert Raskin.