nineteenth-century american literature and history: ohio ... nineteenth-century american literature

Download Nineteenth-Century American Literature and History: Ohio ... Nineteenth-Century American Literature

Post on 30-Dec-2019




0 download

Embed Size (px)


  • Nineteenth-Century American Literature and History: Ohio Valley and the South Author Index


    Abdy, Edward Strutt. Journal of a Residence and Tour in the United States of North America. London, J. Murray. 1835 3 v.

    Abraham Africanus I. His Secret Life. New York, J.F. Feeks. 1864

    Adams, W.E. The Slaveholders' War: An Argument For the North and the Negro. Manchester, Union and Emancipation Society. 1863

    Ainslie, Hew. A pilgrimage to the land of Burns: and poems. Paisley and London, A. Gardner. 1892

    Ainslie, Hew. Scottish Songs, Ballads and Poems. New York, Redfield. 1855

    Alexander, James W. Forty Years' Familiar Letters of James W. Alexander, D.D. New York, C. Scribner; London, Sampson, Low, Son & Company. 1860 2 v.

    Allston, Washington. Lectures on Art, and Poems. New York, Baker and Scribner. 1850

    Allston, Washington. Manaldi: a Tale. Boston, C.C. Little and J. Brown. 1841

    Allston, Washington. Outlines & Sketches. Boston, S.H. Perkins. 1850

    Allston, Washington. The Sylphs of the Seasons; With Other Poems. London, W. Pople. 1813

    Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander). Before the dawn, a story of the fall of Richmond. New York, Doubleday, Page & Company. 1903

    Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander). The candidate: a political romance. New York and London, Harper & Brothers. 1905

    Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander). A Herald of the West; An American Story of 1811-1815. New York, D. Appleton and Company. 1898

    Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander). The hidden mine. New York, Continental Pub. Co. 1898

    Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander). The hidden mine. New York, J.S. Tait & Sons. [ca.1896]

    Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander). My captive: a novel. New York, D. Appleton and Company. 1902

    Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander). The rainbow of gold. New York, Continental Publishing Company. 1896

    Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander). A Soldier of Manhattan, and His Adventures at Ticonderoga and Quebec. New York, D. Appleton and Company. 1897

    Altsheler, Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander). The Sun of Saratoga, a romance of Burgoyne's surrender. New York, D. Appleton and Company. 1897

    An American. Letter on American Slavery. Edinburgh, printed by Miller and Fairly. 1846 Addressed to the editor of the "Witness," 1846.

    American Civil War. 1861 Correspondence with Mr. H.C. Carey, of Philadelphia, August-September, 1861.

    The American Pioneer, a monthly periodical, devoted to the objects of the Logan Historical Society; or, to collecting and publishing sketches relative to the early settlement and successive improvement of the country. Cincinnati, J.S. Williams. 1842-1843 2 v.

    Ames, Mary C. A memorial of Alice and Phoebe Cary, with some of their later poems. New York, Hurd and Houghton. 1874

    Anderson, Charles. An address on Anglo-Saxon destiny. Cincinnati, printed by J.D. Thorpe. 1850

    Anderson, Charles. An Oration on the Real Nature and Value of the American Revolution. Cincinnati, C.F. Bradley & Co., printers. 1855

    Andrews, Mary Raymond Shipman. A kidnapped colony. New York and London, Harper & Brothers. 1903 illustrated by E.M. Ashe.

    Andrews, Mary Raymond Shipman. Vive l'empereur. New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1902 illustrated by F.C. Yohn.

    Arnold, George. Life and Adventures of Jeff. Davis. Hinsdale, N.H., Hunter & Co. 1865

    Arthur, William.

  • Nineteenth-Century American Literature and History: Ohio Valley and the South Author Index


    English Opinion on the American Rebellion. Manchester, C. Chorlton.

    Ashe, Thomas. Memoirs and Confessions of Captain Ashe. London, H. Colburn. 1815 3 v.

    Ashe, Thomas. Memoirs of mammoth, and various other extraordinary and stupendous bones, of incognita, or non-descript animals, found in the vicinity of the Ohio, Wabash, Illinois, Mississippi, Missouri, Osage, and Red Rivers. Liverpool, printed by G.F. Harris. 1806

    Ashe, Thomas. Travels in America, performed in 1806, for the purpose of exploring the rivers. London; Newburyport, Mass., Re-printed for W. Sawyer & Co., by E.M. Blunt. 1808

    Associate Reformed Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge. Constitution of the Associate reformed society for the promotion of Christian knowledge. Lexington, Ky., printed by T.T. Skillman. 1812

    Atwater, Caleb. Essay on Education. Cincinnati, printed by Kendall & Henry. 1841

    Atwater, Caleb. The General Character, present and Future Prospects of the People of Ohio. Columbus, printed by P.H. Olmsted & Co. 1827

    Atwater, Caleb. A history of the State of Ohio, Natural and Civil. Cincinnati, stereotyped by Glezen & Shepard. 1838 2d ed.

    Atwater, Caleb. Writings of Caleb Atwater. Columbus, O., the author, printed by Scott and Wright. 1833

    Aughey, John Hill. The Iron Furnace; or, Slavery and Secession. Philadelphia, J.S. Claxton. 1865

    Avery, R.J., Mrs. Wood notes wild. Nashville, Cameron and Fall. 1843 by Mrs. R.J. Avery of Tennessee.

    Badin, Stephen Theodore. Origine et progres de la mission du Kentucky, par un temoin eculaire. Paris, A. Le Clere. 1821

    Bagby, George William. John M. Daniel's Latch-Key, a memoir of the late editor of the Richmond Examiner. Lynchburg, Va., J.P. Bell & Co. 1868

    Bagby, George William. Meekins' twinses, perduckshun uv Mozis Addums. Richmun, Westun, Jonsum & Kumpny. 1877

    Bagby, George William. Original letters of Mozis Addums to Billy Ivvins. Richmond, printed for the author by Clemitt & Jones. 1878

    Baird, Henry Carey. George Washington and General Jackson, on Negro Soldiers. Philadelphia, H.C. Baird. 1863

    Baird, Robert. View of the Valley of the Mississippi; or, The emigrant's and traveller's guide to the west. Philadelphia, H.S. Tanner. 1832

    Baker, De Witt Clinton, comp. A Texas scrap-book. New York, Chicago (etc.), A.S. Barnes and Company. (1875) Made up of the history, biography, and miscellany of Texas and its people.

    Baker, La Fayette Charles. The United States Secret Service In the Late War. Philadelphia, J.E. Potter and Company. 1889

    Baldwin, Joseph Glover. The Flush Times of Alabama and Mississippi. New York, D. Appleton and Company. 1853

    Baldwin, Joseph Glover. Party Leaders: sketches of Thomas Jefferson, Alex'r Hamilton, Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, John Randolph, of Roanoke. New York, D. Appleton and Company. 1855

    Baldwin, Oliver P. Southern and South-Western Sketches. Richmond, J.W. Randolph. 1852 Edited by a gentleman of Richmond.

    Baldwin, Oliver P. Virginia, Her Past and Her Future. Richmond, Va., E.A. Gallaher & Co. 1852 An address before William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va., 1852.

    Ballard, Robert E. Myrtle lawn. Philadelphia, T.B. Peterson & Brothers. (ca.1879) A novel.

    Banks, Nancy Huston, Mrs. Stairs of Sand. Chicago and New York, Rand, McNally & Company. 1890

    Barbe, Waitman. Ashes and Incense, poems. Philadelphia, J.P. Lippincott Company. 1892

  • Nineteenth-Century American Literature and History: Ohio Valley and the South Author Index


    Barbe, Waitman. In the Virginias, stories and sketches. Akron, O., The Werner Company. 1896

    Barnett, Evelyn Snead. Jerry's reward. Boston, L.C. Page & Company. 1903 illustrated by Etheldred B. Barry.

    Barnett, Evelyn Snead. Mrs. Delire's euchre party: and other tales. Franklin, O., The Editor Publishing Co. (ca.1895)

    Barry, Joseph. The Annals of Harper's Ferry, From the Establishment of the National Armory in 1794 to the Present Time, 1869. Hagerstown, Md., Dechert & Co., printers. 1869

    Bartlett, Elisha. A brief sketch of the life, character, and writings of William Charles Wells, M.D., F.R.S. Louisville, Ky., Prentice and Weissinger. 1849 An address delivered before the Louisville Medical Society, 1849.

    Bartlett, Elisha. Simple settings, in verse, for six portraits and pictures. Boston, Ticknor and Fields. 1855 From Mr. Dicken's gallery.

    Barton, William E. Lieutenant William Barton of Morris county, New Jersey, and his descendants. Oak Park, Ill., Vaile Press. 1900

    Barton, William E. The story of a pumpkin pie, told in verse...and in pictures. Chicago, The Pilgrim Press. (1896) by A(rchibald) M. Willard, Boston.

    Baskervill, William Malone. Southern Writers: biographical and critical studies. Nashville, Tenn., Publishing House of M.E. Church, South. 1897 Volume I.

    Baskett, James N. "At You-all's House"; a Missouri nature story. New York, London, The Macmillan Company. 1898

    Baskett, James N. As the light led. New York., The Macmillan Company, London, Macmillan & Co., Ltd. 1900

    Baskett, James N. Sweetbrier and thistledown. Boston and Chicago, W.A. Wilde Company. (1902) with frontispiece illustration by W.F. Stecher.

    Bates, Elisha. The Doctrines of Friends.

    Mountpleasant, O., printed and published by the author. 1825

    Bates, Elisha. An examination of certain proceedings and principles of the Society of Friends, called Quakers. St. Clairsville, O., printed for the author by Horton H. Howard. 1837

    Bates, Elisha. The Retrospect; or, Reflections on the goodness of providence. Mountpleasant, O., printed and published by the author. 1825

    Bayne, Charles J. The Wa


View more >