Author:Francis Hopkinson Smith

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Francis Hopkinson Smith
(1838–1915)
American author, artist and engineer. He built the foundation for the Statue of Liberty, wrote many famous stories and received awards for his paintings.
Francis Hopkinson Smith

Works[edit]

Travelogues and Non-ficition[edit]

(Author and illustrator)

Fiction[edit]

  • Col. Carter of Cartersville (1891), (adapted to a play)
  • A Day at La Guerre's and other Days (1892)
  • A Gentleman Vagabond and Some Others (1895) short stories
  • Tom Grogan (1896) (IA)
  • Caleb West, Master-Diver (1898)
  • The Other Fellow (1899) (short story collection
  • The Fortunes of Oliver Horn (1902)
  • The Under Dog (1903) (collection of 13 short stories)
  • Col. Carter's Christmas (1904)
  • At Close Range (1905)
  • The Tides of Barnegat (1906)
  • The Veiled Lady (1907)
  • The Romance of an Old Fashioned Gentleman (1907)
  • Peter: A Novel of Which He Is Not the Hero (1908) (IA)
  • Forty Minutes Late and Other Stories (1909)
  • Colonel Carter's Christmas; The romance of an old-fashioned gentleman (1911) (IA)
  • Kennedy Square (1911)
  • The Arm-chair at The Inn (1912)
  • Felix O'Day (1915)
  • Enoch Crane (1916) (completed by F. Berkeley Smith)

Short works[edit]

Works about Smith[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.