Chronological Checklist of Publications by Harriet P. H. Nowell

 

As May Mannering

 

AAS = Available in American Antiquarian Society Historical Periodicals Collection

APS = Available in American Periodicals Series Collection

 

1863

 

"Morning Glories." Sunday School Gazette 14.6 (15 March 1863): 22. AAS

 

"Whistle Willows." Sunday School Gazette 14.9 (1 May 1863): 34. AAS

 

"The Summer Shower." Sunday School Gazette 14.16 (15 August 1863): 62-63. AAS

 

"Ned Peters the Newsboy." Student and Schoolmate 12 (November 1863): 334-37.

Reprinted in Ever New and Never Old; or, Twice Told Stories, by the Best Authors (Boston: Joseph H. Allen, 1870): 225-31. Via Google Books

 

1864

"The Group at Maplewood," Student and Schoolmate 13.2 (February 1864): 39-43. AAS

"A Christmas Reminiscence," Sunday School Gazette 15.6 (1 June 1864): 21. AAS

 

"The School at Battery Sullivan," Student and Schoolmate 14.1 (July 1864): 18-20. AAS

Autobiographical. Letter #3 also refers to her time here.

"A Letter." Sunday School Gazette 15.10 (1 October 1864): 37-38. AAS

Autobiographical. Includes some description of her time in Illinois.

"Maplewood Phantom Tales" 2 parts. Merry's Museum 48 (November-December 1864): 147, 173. AAS

The last segment of the story in part 2 also appears in Climbing the Rope. Via Google Books

"Away from Mother." Sunday School Gazette 15.12 (1 December 1864): 47. AAS

 

1865

 

"He Never Smiled Again," Student and Schoolmate 15 (January 1865):10, 14.

 

"Fannie Montague." Sunday School Gazette 16.2 (February 1865): 7-8

 

"Oaks in Winter." Student and Schoolmate 15.3 (March 1865): 75.

 

"Letter No. 2." Sunday School Gazette 16.3 (March 1865): 10-11. AAS

Autobiographical. Includes some description of her time in Illinois.

 

"Letter No. 3." Sunday School Gazette 16.5 (May 1865): 17-18. AAS

1866

 

"Little Dutch Koshe" Student and Schoolmate 17.1 (January 1866): 18-22. AAS

 

"Stories and Talk" Sunday School Gazette 17.2 (15 Jan 1866): 7. AAS

John Duncan story; lesson on gratitude.

 

"Lessons in Pencil Drawing." 7 Parts. Student and Schoolmate 17.2-18.2 (Feb-Sept. 1866): 70-72; 111-12; 150-51; 190-91; 228-30; 26-28; 110-12. AAS

 

"Little Boy's Thoughts." Sunday School Gazette 17.4 (15 Feb 1866): 14. AAS

"Our Lady of the Chair; or, The Seated Virgin." Sunday School Gazette 17.5 (1 Mar 1866): 18-19. AAS

"The Silver Spoon." Sunday School Gazette 17.6 (15 Mar 1866): 28

Untitled. Sunday School Gazette 17.7 (1 April 1866): 28.

Anecdotes in "Stories for Little Folks" taken from other sources..

"Daisy Farm." Student and Schoolmate 17 (May 1866): 180-84. AAS

 

"Amy's Wings." Sunday School Gazette 17.9 (1 May 1866): 36-36. AAS

"Drachenfels; or, The Dragon's Rock." Student and Schoolmate 17.6 (June 1866): 218-21.

 

"The Palm-Tree." Sunday School Gazette 17.12 (15 June 1866): 47. AAS

"The Cat." Sunday School Gazette 17.13 (1 July 1866): 52. AAS

"A True Story." Sunday School Gazette 17.15 (1 Aug. 1866): 60. AAS

"Ralph Page; Or, The Boy Who Did What He Could." Sunday School Gazette 17.16 (15 Aug. 1866): 62-63. AAS

 

"Mice Tower." Student and Schoolmate 18.3 (Sept. 1866): 94-97. AAS

 

"Where There's A Will There's A Way." Sunday School Gazette 17.18 (15 Sept. 1866): 70-71. AAS

"Old Adam." Sunday School Gazette 17.20 (15 Oct. 1866): 78. AAS

"Louie the Pet Dog." Student and Schoolmate 18.6 (Dec. 1866): 223-27. AAS

"Stories For Little Boys." Sunday School Gazette 17.24 (15 Dec. 1866): 95. AAS

1867

 

Climbing the rope; or, "God helps those who try to help themselves ."

Boston : Lee and Shepard, 1867. Helping Hand series #1. Via Google Books. Reprinted in The Pilgrim Series for Boys, ca1897.

 

Billy Grimes' favorite; or, Johnny Greenleaf's talent. Boston, Lee and Shepard, 1867. Helping Hand series #2. Reprinted in The Pilgrim Series for Boys, ca1897.

 

"The Young Artist." Student and Schoolmate 19.2 (Feb. 1867): 57-61 AAS

Note: Biographical sketch of Albert Bertel Thorwaldsen

"Baptiste Lulli, the Boy Musician." Student and Schoolmate 19.3 (March 1867): 107-11 AAS

Paraphrased as "Stories Told to Little Fred: The Boy Who Could Make Music Even on Tin Pans" Demorest's Young America (March 1873).

 

"The Golden Rule," Sunday School Gazette 18.8 (15 April 1867): 30. AAS

"The Poor English Woman." Liberal Christian 22.15 (30 March 1867): 6. AAS

"Lady Ruddering of Denmark." Sunday School Gazette 18.11 (1 June 1867): 41. AAS

"The Mouse Family." Ambassador 22 June 1867: 4. AAS

Also appears in Climbing the Rope. <a href="https://books.google.com/books?id=lf8pAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA53">via Google Books</a>

"The Story of Katie's Case," Student and Schoolmate 20.1 (July1867): 21-27.

Uses characters subsequently incorporated into The Cruise of the Dashaway in the Helping Hand series.

 

"The Kind Young Princess." Demorest's Young America. [no vol or issue # on copy] Aug 1867: 273-74. AAS AAS

"A Ghost Story." Oliver Optic's Magazine 2.32 (10 Oct. 1867): 399-401. AAS APS

1868

The Cruise of the Dashaway; or, Katie Putnam's Voyage (Boston: Lee & Shepard, 1868) Helping Hand series #3. Reprinted in The Mayflower Series for Girls, ca1897.

The Little Spaniard; or, Old Jose's Grandson (Boston: Lee & Shepard, 1868). Helping Hand series #4.

Reprinted in The Pilgrim Series for Boys, ca1897. Online at Google Books.

1869

Salt-water Dick. Boston, Lee and Shepard, 1869. Helping Hand series #5. Reprinted in The Pilgrim Series for Boys, ca1897.

"Rob's Torpedoes." Demorest's Young America 3.9 (July 1869) :335-40.

Reprinted in ch. 2 of Little Maid of Oxbow.Via Google Books.

"Funny Little Fred: A True Story" Demorest's Young America 3.11 (Sept 1869): 409-10.

 

1870

The Little Maid of Oxbow. (Boston: Lee & Shepard, 1870). Helping Hand series #6. Reprinted in The Mayflower Series for Girls, ca1897.

Online at Google Books.

 

1871

"Old Uncle Ben." Sunday School Gazette. 22.21 (1 Nov. 1871): 83. AAS

 

1872

"Boys Help Your Mothers," The Children's Hour 11.6 (June 1872): 170-72.

 

"Just My Luck," Demorest's Young America 6.2-6.10, 6,12 (Feb. - Oct, Dec. 1872): 38-42; 67-72; 99-103; 139-42; 165-68; 198-203; 231-39; 267-71; 295-300; 364-70. AAS

No chapter 13; no November installment. 

1873

"Little Fred: A True Story." 2 parts. Demorest's Young America 7.1-7.2 (Jan. - Feb. 1873): 22-24; 53-54. AAS

"Stories Told to Little Fred: The Boy Who Could Make Music Even on Tin Pans" Demorest's Young America 7.3 (March 1873): 78-80 AAS

"Little Fred's Favorite Story: Betty and the Bear," Demorest's Young America 7.4 (April 1873): 115-19. AAS

 

1898

"One Sunday Morning," Every Other Sunday, 13.14 (13 March 1898): 107.

Note: Every Other Sunday was a Unitarian periodical ("For the Sunday School and the Home")

1899

"Dorothy's Composition" Every Other Sunday 14.12 (12 Feb. 1899): 93.

"In Old Times" Every Other Sunday 15.3 (8 Oct. 1899): 21-22

1901

"Uncle Jack's Story" Every Other Sunday 16.13 (24 Feb. 1901): 101-02.

Another biographical sketch of Baptiste Lulli. 

"A True Story," Every Other Sunday 17.3 (13 Oct. 1901): 20.

Another biographical sketch of Thorwaldsen 

 

1903

"Washington's Birthday," Every Other Sunday 18.12 (15 Feb. 1903): 89-90

"Grandmother's Scrap Book," Every Other Sunday 19 (1903): 37-38.

 

1904

"Boyhood of Lincoln." Every Other Sunday 19.12 (14 Feb. 1904): 89-90.

Note: This volume also had two short pieces by Nowell's husband, Wm G. Nowell: "Was It?" 19.8 (20 Dec 1903): 61 and "How He Did It" 19.18 (8 May 1904): 139

"Anecdotes of Washington." Every Other Sunday 20.6 (20 Nov. 1904): 42

 

1909

"Feeding the Hungry." Every Other Sunday 24.14 (14 March 1909):106.

Published posthumously.

 


As Mrs. W[illiam]. G[ray]. Nowell

 

"A Mountain Suit for Women," Appalachia: The Journal of the Appalachian Mountain Club 1 (June 1877): 181-183. Via Google Books.

Originally a paper read to the Applalchian Mountain Club on 9 May 1877. Ironically, some sources credit this to her husband.

 

 

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