1820-29

1822

A New England Tale (New York, Bliss and White), reissued in 1822, 1852, and 1856.

“Mary Hollis” (New York, Van Pelt and Spears), reprinted for the Union Ministerial Association, Concord, New Hampshire, August 1834.

1824

Redwood (New York, Bliss and White), re-issued in 1850.

1825

The Travellers (New York, Bliss and White), reprinted as “Canadian Travellers” in Tales for Young People Above Ten Years, ed. Larry Russel Mitford, II (London, 1835), 1-133.

1826

“The Deformed Boy” (Boston), reprinted in Stories For Young Persons (New York, 1841), pp. 9-38.

“The Catholic Iroquois,” Atlantic Souvenir (Philadelphia), pp. 72-103, reprinted in Stories of American Life, ed. Mary Russel Mitford, III (London, 1830) 1-32, and in Tales and Sketches, series one (Philadelphia, 1835) pp. 45-66.

1827

Hope Leslie (New York, White, Gallaher, and White), re-issued in 1842, 1862, and 1872.

“Modern Chivalry,” Atlantic Souvenir (Phlladelphia), pp. 5-47, reprinted in Lights and Shadows of American Life, ed. Mary Russel Mitford, III (London, 1832), 226-2 73, and as “The Chivarlie Sailor” in Tales and Sketches, series one (Philadelphia,1835), pp. 117-149.

“A New England Sabbath,” The Casket, (Philadelphia), pp. 412-413.

“Saturday Night,” Juvenile Miscellany, I, number three (Boston),31, reprinted in Stories For Young Persons (New York, 1841), pp. 146-152.

1828

“Dogs,” Juvenile Miscellany, IV, number one (Boston), 31, reprinted in Stories For Young Persons (New York, 1841), pp.153-163.

“Romance ln Real Life,” The Legendary (Boston), reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series one (Philadelphia, 1835), pp. 237-278, The Garland (Boston. 1839), pp. 198-264, and The Diadem (New York, 1850), p. 236.

“A Short Essay To Do Good,” Christian Teacher’s Manual (Stockbridge, Massachusetts), pp. 4-14.

“A Vision,” Christian Teacher’s Manual (Stockbridge, Massachusetts), reprinted in Godey’s Lady’s Book, XXV (August 1842), pp. 97-99.

1829

“The Good Son,” Juvenile Miscellany, N.S. I (January), pp. 217-229.

“Mary Smith,” Juvenile Miscellany, II (May), pp. 110-134.

“Scenes at Niagra,” Youth’s Instructor and Sabbath School and Bible Class, N.S. I, number three (June), pp. 39.

(This bibliography is from Richard Banus Gidez’s dissertation, A Study of the Works of Catharine Maria Sedgwick, Ohio State University, 1958.)

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