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PS Literature: American (Go to start of category)
PS3349 .W65 H39 1907 [Info] The Haydocks' Testimony: A Tale of the American Civil War (new edition; London: Headley Brothers; et al., c1907), by L. C. W. (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PS3355 .M52 [Info] Melodies, Duets, Trios, Songs, and Ballads, by Samuel Woodworth (page images at MOA)
PS3358 .W6 G8 1881 [Info] A Guernsey Lily, or, How the Feud Was Healed: A Story for Girls and Boys (Boston: Roberts Bros., 1881), by Susan Coolidge, illust. by Kate Greenaway (page images at HathiTrust)
PS3358 .W6 I6 [Info] In the High Valley: Being the Fifth and Last Volume of The Katy Did Series (Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1896), by Susan Coolidge (multiple formats at
PS3359 .W58 [Info] Who Ate the Pink Sweetmeat? and Other Christmas Stories (Boston: D. Lothrop Co., c1884), by Susan Coolidge, Mary Hartwell Catherwood, F. L. Stealey, Kate Upson Clark, Lady Dunboyne, and Edward Everett Hale (multiple formats at
PS3359 .W888 [Info] Verses, by Susan Coolidge
PS3362 .C3 [Info] Castle Nowhere, by Constance Fenimore Woolson
PS3362 .C3 1875 [Info] Castle Nowhere: Lake-Country Sketches (New York: Harper and Bros., c1875), by Constance Fenimore Woolson (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA)
PS3362 .O4 [Info] The Old Stone House, by Constance Fenimore Woolson (Gutenberg text)
PS3362 .O4 1873 [Info] The Old Stone House (Boston: D. Lothrop and Co.; Dover, NH: G. T. Day and Co., c1873), by Constance Fenimore Woolson (multiple formats at
PS3362 .R6 [Info] Rodman the Keeper: Southern Sketches (New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1880), by Constance Fenimore Woolson (HTML and page images at
PS3364 .W34 P7 [Info] Poetical Compositions of Edward Danville Wright: Comprising Poems of Boyhood Days, Voices of The Heart, Religious, Sentimental, and Comical Poems; Also, The Federal Spy, Deception's Prey, and Others (Richmond, IN: M. Cullaton and Co., 1888), by Edward Danville Wright (multiple formats at Indiana)
PS3364 .W433 A3 [Info] Adam's Daughters (New York: American Tract Society, c1892), by Julia McNair Wright (illustrated HTML with commentary at
PS3364 .W433 A5 [Info] Almost a Priest: A Tale That Deals in Facts (Philadelphia: McKinney and Martin, 1870), by Julia McNair Wright (multiple formats at
PS3364 .W433 J6 [Info] John and the Demijohn (Boston: H. Hoyt, c1869), by Julia McNair Wright (illustrated HTML with commentary at
PS3364 .W433 M5 [Info] A Million Too Much: A Temperance Tale (Philadelphia: Porter and Coates, c1871), by Julia McNair Wright (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA)
PS3364 .W433 P7 [Info] Priest and Nun ("with a valuable appendix by the publishers"; Philadelphia: Crittenden and McKinney; Springfield, MA: D. E. Disk and Co., c1869), by Julia McNair Wright (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA)
PS3364 .W437 Z5 [Info] My New York (New York: Macmillan, 1930), by Mabel Osgood Wright, illust. by Ivin Sickels (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA)
PS3364 .W75 I6 1913 [Info] Interludes and Other Verses (Boston: W. B. Clarke Co., c1913), by Lillie Buffum Chace Wyman
PS3500 .A1 C6 [Info] Confessions of a Negro Preacher (published anonymously, sometimes attributed to Opie Read; Chicago: Canterbury Press, 1928), contrib. by Opie Read (page images at HathiTrust)
PS3500 .A1 W55 [Info] William and Eliza, or The Visit (illustrated HTML at
PS3500 .A63 B86 1920 [Info] Little Bunnie Bunniekin: A Tale For Wee Folks (Philadelphia: H. Altemus Co., c1920), by Margaret Campbell Hoopes (page images at
PS3501 .A38 M26 [Info] Manuel Pereira: or, The Sovereign Rule of South Carolina, With Views of Southern Laws, Life, and Hospitality, by F. Colburn Adams (Gutenberg text)
PS3501 .A38 O9 [Info] Our World: or, The Slaveholder's Daughter, by F. Colburn Adams (Gutenberg text)
PS3501 .B222 I5 [Info] The Indiscreet Letter, by Eleanor Hallowell Abbott (Gutenberg text and audio)

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