The Cambridge History of American Literature

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BIBLIOGRAPHIES
Books for which no place of publication is given were published in New York.The following general authorities are not cited, except in special cases, in the bibliographies of individual chapters:
BIBLIOGRAPHIES
American Catalogue, The. Ed. Leypoldt, F., and others. Covering period 1 July, 1876-31 December, 1910. 14 vols. 1880-1911. [Title varies after 1886.]
Catalogue of Copyright-entries of Books and Other Articles Entered in the Office of the Librarian of Congress. Washington, 1891-.
Cumulative Book Index, The. 10 vols. Minneapolis, 1906-16.
Evans, C. American Bibliography. A Chronological Dictionary of all Books, Pamphlets and Periodical Publications Printed in the United States of America from the Genesis of Printing in 1639 down to and including the Year 1820. 8 vols. Chicago, 1903- 1914. [At present completed only through 1792.]
Foley, P. K. American Authors 1795-1895. A Bibliography of First and Notable Editions. Boston, 1897.
Growoll, A. Book-trade Bibliography in the United States in the Nineteenth Century. 1898.
Harris, C. F. Index to American Poetry and Plays in the Collection of C. Fiske Harris. Providence, 1874. Rev. ed. by Stockbridge, J. C., 1886.
Kelly, J. The American Catalogue of Books. 1861- 1871. 2 vols. 1866-71.
Roorbach, O. A. Bibliotheca Americana. Catalogue of American Publications. 1820- 1852. 1852. Supplements, 1855, 1858, 1861.
Sabin, J. A Dictionary of Books relating to America from its Discovery to the Present Time. 20 vols. 1868-92. [A to Smith.]
Stone, H. S. First Editions of American Authors. A Manual for Book-lovers with an Introduction by Eugene Field. Cambridge, 1893.
United States Catalogue, The. Books in Print, January 1, 1912. Minneapolis, 1912.

ANTHOLOGIES
Alderman, E. A., Harris, J. C., Kent, C. W., and others. Library of Southern Literature Compiled under the Direct Supervision of Southern Men of Letters. 16 vols. New Orleans, etc., 1908-13.
Carpenter, G. R. American Prose. 1899.

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