Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook

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like spiritualism that run counter to what we have chosen to see as dominant trends.


BIBLIOGRAPHY

Works by Elizabeth Oakes Smith


Poetry

"Stanzas." The New-England Galaxy 18, no. 1 ( 21 February 1835): 1.

The Sinless Child and Other Poems. Edited by John Keese. New York: Wiley & Putnam; Boston: W. D. Ticknor, 1843.

The Keepsake: A Wreath of Poems and Sonnets. By Mrs. Seba Smith. New York: J. S. Redfield, 1845; Leavitt and Company, 1849.

The Poetical Writings of Elizabeth Oakes Smith. New York: J. S. Redfield, 1845; 2nd ed., 1846.

The Female Poets of America: With Portraits, Biographical Notices, and Specimens of their Writing. Ed. Thomas Buchanan Read. Philadelphia, 1848. 7th ed. Philadelphia: E. H. Butler, 1857.


Juvenile

Riches without Wings, or The Cleveland Family. By Mrs. Seba Smith. Boston: George W. Light, 1838; 3rd ed., 1839.

Rosebud. Boston: Saxton & Kelt, 1845.

The True Child. Stories for Real Children. By Mrs. E. Oakes Smith. Boston: Saxton & Kelt, 1845. 4th ed. Auburn: Derby, Miller & Co., 1849.

The Dandelion: Stories Not for Good Children, Nor Bad Children, But for Real Children. Buffalo: G. H. Derby & Co., 1849; Auburn: Derby & Miller; Buffalo: Derby, Orton & Mulligan; Cincinnati: Henry W. Derby, 1853.

The Moss Cup. By Mrs. E. Oakes Smith. Auburn: Derby & Miller; Buffalo: Derby, Orton & Mulligan; Cincinnati: Henry W. Derby, 1853.


Novels

The Western Captive; or, The Times of Tecumseh. New York: J. Winchester, 1842.

The Salamander: A Legend for Christmas. Found Amongst the Papers of the Late Ernest Helfenstein. Edited by E. Oakes Smith. New York: George P. Putnam, 1848. Reprinted as Mary and Hugo; or The Lost Angel, a Christmas Legend, by Elizabeth Oakes Smith . New York: Derby and Jackson, 1857.

Bertha and Lily; or, The Parsonage of Beech Glen: A Romance. New York: J. C. Derby; Boston: Phillips, Sampson & Co.; Cincinnati: H. W. Derby, 1854.

The News-Boy. By Anonymous. New York: J. C. Derby, 1854.

Black Hollow. New York: Beadle and Adams, 1864.

Bald Eagle, or the Last of the Ramapaughs. A Romance of Revolutionary Times. New York: Beadle & Adams, 1867; London, 1870.

The Sagamore of Saco. Beadle's Dime Novels 142. New York: Beadle & Co., 1868.

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