Works and Works Available Online
For a full bibliography of primary works, go to the Catharine Maria Sedgwick Society site. Bibliographic information here has largely been derived from that site.
From the University of Virginia site
A New-England Tale (1822)(Anonymous).
NY: Bliss & White, 1822. web
Manuscript Materials (from the University of Virginia)
Letter: Sedgwick to "dear Madam" (March 18,1839)
Redwood: A Tale, 2 volumes (Anonymous). NY: Bliss & White, 1824. Revised edition, NY: Putnam, 1850. Novel. (Plot summary)
"Romance ln Real Life." The Legendary (Boston), reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series one (Philadelphia, 1835) pp. 237-278. The Garland, (Boston. 1839), pp. 198-264. and the Diadem New York, 1850), p. 236.
"A Short Essay To Do Good," Christian Teacher's Manual (Stockbridge, Massachusetts), pp. 4-14.
"Scenes at Niagara," Youth's Instructor /sic/ and Sabbath School and Bible Class, N.S. I, number three (June), 39.
Clarence (Philadelphia: Carey, and Lea, 1830), re-issued in 1849 and 1852
"Mary Dyre,[sic]" The Token (Boston, 1831), 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.
"A Reminiscence of Federalism" The Token (Boston), pp. 102-143, reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series one (Philadelphia, 1835), pp. 9-43.
Home (Anonymous). Boston &
Cambridge: Munroe, 1835.
"Our Burial Place," Knickerbocker, VI (November 1835), 388- 392,reprinted in Tales and Sketches, series two (New York, l844), pp. 385-396.
Tales and Sketches. Philadelphia: Carey,
Lea & Blanchard, 1835.
Live and Let Live; or, Domestic Service
Illustrated. NY: Harper, 1837.