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Catharine Parr Traill Bibliography of Major Works
As Catharine Parr Strickland
Disobedience or, Mind What Mamma Says. London: James Woodhouse, 1819.
Reformation or, The Cousins. London: James Woodhouse, 1819.
Little Downy or, The History of a Field Mouse: A Moral Tale. London: Dean and Munday, 1822.
The Tell-Tale: An Original Collection of Moral and Amusing Stories. London: Harris, 1823.
Prejudice Reproved or, The History of the Negro Toy-seller. London: Harvey and Darton, 1826.
The Young Emigrants or, Pictures of Life in Canada, Calculated to Amuse and Instruct the Minds of Youth. London: Harvey and Darton, 1826.
The Juvenile Forget-Me-Not or, Cabinet of Entertainment and Instruction. London: N. Hailes, 1827.
The Keepsake Guineas or, The Best Use of Money. London: A. K. Newman, 1828.
Sketches from Nature or, Hints to Juvenile Naturalists. London: Harvey and Darton, 1830.
Sketchbook of a Young Naturalist or, Hints to the Students of Nature. London: Harvey and Darton, 1831.
As Catharine Parr Traill
The Backwoods of Canada; Being Letters from the Wife of an Emigrant Officer, Illustrative of the Domestic Economy of British America. London: Charles Knight, 1836.
"The Mill of the Rapids: A Canadian Sketch." Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, 7 (1838), pp. 32223.
"The Settlers Settled or, Pat Connor and His Two Masters." Sharpe's London Journal, 10 (1849), pp. 10710, 13742, 27477, 33540.
The Canadian Crusoes: A Tale of the Rice Lake Plains. London: Hall and Virtue, 1852.
"Forest Gleanings," IXIII. The Anglo-American Magazine, vols. 13 (185253).
The Female Emigrant's Guide, and Hints on Canadian Housekeeping. Toronto: Maclear, 185455. (Also published as The Canadian Settler's Guide.)
Lady Mary and Her Nurse or, A Peep into the Canadian Forest. London: Hall and Virtue, 1856. (Originally "The Governor's Daughter or, Rambles in the Canadian Forest," which appeared in 12 monthly instalments in the Maple Leaf, beginning in 1853.)
Canadian Wild Flowers. Painted and lithographed by Agnes Fitzgibbon. With botanical descriptions by
Studies of Plant Life in Canada or, Gleanings from Forest, Lake and Plain. Ottawa: A. S. Woodburn, 1885.
Pearls and Pebbles or, Notes of an Old Naturalist. Toronto: Briggs, 1894.
Cot and Cradle Stories. Toronto: Briggs, 1895.
"The Bereavement" (c1846). In Pioneering Women: Short Stories by Canadian Women, Beginnings to 1880. Lorraine McMullen and Sandra Campbell, eds. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1993.
Canadian Crusoes: A Tale of the Rice Lake Plains. Rupert Schieder, ed. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1986.
Forest and Other Gleanings: The Fugitive Writings of Catharine Parr Traill. Michael Peterman and Carl Ballstadt, eds. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1994.
The Backwoods of Canada. Michael Peterman, ed. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1997.