Clarence (Philadelphia, Carey and Lea), re-issued in 1849 and 1852.

“Cacoethes Scribendi,” Atlantic Souvenir (Philadelphia), pp. 17-38, reprinted in Stories of American Life, Ed. Mary Russell Mitford III (London, 1830), pp. 162-186, and Tales and Sketches, series one (Philadelphia-1835), pp. 165-181.

“The Country Cousin,” The Token (Boston), pp. 153-193, reprinted in Stories of American Life, ed. Mary Russell Mitford, I (London, 1830), pp. 97-140, and Tales and Sketches, series one (Philadelphia, 1835), pp. 67-96.

“The Eldest Sister,” Youth’s Keepsake (Boston), pp. 99-126, reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series one (Philadelphia, 1835), pp.183-203.


“The Canary Family,” Youth’s Keepsake (Boston), pp. 118-127, reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series one (Philadelphia, 1835), pp. 279-285.

“Mary Dyre,” The Token (Boston), 294-312, reprinted in and Tales and Sketches, series one (Philadelphia, 1835), pp. 151-164, and in hard covers, 1890.

“A Story of Shay’s War,” Atlantic Souvenir (Philadelphia), pp. 281-313, reprinted in Boston Pearl and Literary Gazette, IV, number thirty-eight (1835), 301-304.


“Berkeley Jail,” Atlantic Souvenir (Philadelphia), pp. 13-53.

“Le Bossu,” Tales of Glauber-Spa, ed. William Cullen Bryant, I (New York, J.and J. Harper), pp. 25-108.

“Country Pleasures,” Juvenile Miscellany, IV, series three (Boston), pp. 73-97.

“A Sketch of a Blue-Stocking,” The Token (Boston), pp. 334-346.

“Spring in the City,” Juvenile Miscellany, II, series three (Boston), 111, reprinted in Stories for Young Persons (New York, 1841), pp. 125-141.


“The Bridal Ring,” The Token (Boston) pp. 223-246.

“West Point,” Juvenile Miscellany, V, series three (Boston), pp. 237, 245.


“Ella,” Juvenile Miscellany, VI, series three (Boston), 73- 95 reprinted in Stories for Young Persons (New York, 1841), pp. 95-112.

“Old Maids,” The Offerings (Philadelphia), pp. 17-46, reprinted the same year in the March edition of The Casket, number three (Philadelphia), pp. 137-139, and Tales and Sketches, series one (Philadelphia, 1835), pp. 97-116.

“A Reminiscence of Federalism,” The Token (Boston), pp. 102-143, reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series one (Philadelphia, 1835), pp. 9-43.


Home (Boston, Munroe and Company), re-issued in 1835, 1837, 1839, 1841, 1845, 1846, 1850, 1852, 1854, 1859, 1865 and 1890.

The Linwoods (New York, Harper and Brothers).

Tales and Sketches, series one (Philadelphia, Carey, Lea, and Blanchard). This anthology includes “A Reminiscence of Federalism,” “The Catholic Iroquois,” “The Country Cousin,” “Old Maids,” “The Chivalric Sailor, “Mary Dyre,” “Cacoethes Scribendi,” “The Eldest Sister,” “St. Catharine’s Eve,” “Romance in Real Life,” and “The Canary Family.” All these tales had appeared previously in print.

“Our Burial Place,” Knickerbocker, VI (November), 388 392, reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series two (New York, l844), pp. 385-396.

“St. Catharine’s Eve,” The Token (Boston) pp. 7-36, reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series one (Philadelphia, 1835), pp. 205-235.


The Poor Rich Man and the Rich Poor Man (New York, Harper and Brothers), reissued in 1837, 1838, 1839, 1840, 1842, 1843, and 1847.

“Amy Cranstoun,” The Magnolia (New York), pp. 145-176, reprinted in The Snow Flake (New York, 1853), pp. 145-176.

“New Year’s Day,” The Token (Boston), pp. 11-31.

“The Unpresuming Mr. Hudson,” The Gift (Philadelphia), pp. 17-38.


Live and Let Live (New York, Harper and Brothers), reissued in 1838 and-1841.

“Daniel Prime,” The Magnolia (Philadelphia), pp. 281-311, reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series two (New York, l844), pp. 215-248.

“Full Thirty,” The Token (Boston), pp. 212-246.

“Uncle David,” The Pearl (Philadelphia), pp. 17-37.

“The Unsolved Riddle,” The Magnolia (New York), pp. 131-144.

“The Village Postoffice,” New Yorker, IV (November 4), 514-516, reprinted as “Our Village Post Office” in The Token (Boston, 1838), pp. 164-184, and in The Christian Review, X (1845), pp. 425-435.

“Who and What has not Failed,” New Yorker, III (June 17), p. 199.


A Love Token For Children (New York, Harper and Brothers). The volume includes “The Widow Ellis and her Son Willie,” “The Magic Lamp,” “Our Robins,” “Old Rover,” “The Chain of Love,” “Mill-Hill,” and “The Bantem /sic/.” None of these stories had previously appeared in print; subsequently “The Magic Lamp” appeared in The Jewell (New York, 1844), pp. 35-41, and “Our Robins,” in Southern Literary Messenger, IV (May 1838), pp. 318-321.

“Leisure Hours at Saratoga,” United States Magazine and Democratic Review, I (January), pp. 199-203.

“Passages From a Journal at Rockway,” New Yorker, V (September 8), 386-387, and Southern Literary Messenger, IV (September ), pp. 573-575.


Means and Ends (Boston, Marsh, Capen, Lyon, and Webb), reissued the same year.

“The Falls of Bash-Pish,” New Yorker, VI (January 26), 290-293.

“Second Thoughts Best,” New Yorker, VII (August 31 and September 14), 380-388 and 406-408, reprinted in The Token (Boston, 1840), pp. 201-258, Tales and Sketches, series two (New York, 1844), pp. 331-383, The Moss Rose (New York, 1846), pp. 201-258, and The Honeysuckle (New York, 1848), pp. 201-258.

“The White Scarf,” The Token (Boston), pp. 1-62, reprinted in A New England Tale and Miscellanies (New York, 1852) pp. 295-334.

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