Author:Henry David Thoreau
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- Sir Walter Raleigh  (first publ. 1905)
- A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers (1849) (transcription project)
- Walden; or, Life in the Woods (1854)
- The Maine Woods (1864)
- Cape Cod (1865)
- Early Spring in Massachusetts: From the Journal of Henry D. Thoreau (1881), edited by H. G. O. Blake (transcription project)
- Summer: From the Journal of Henry D. Thoreau (1884), edited by H. G. O. Blake (transcription project)
- Winter: From the Journal of Henry D. Thoreau (1888), edited by H. G. O. Blake (transcription project)
- Autumn: From the Journal of Henry D. Thoreau (1892), edited by H. G. O. Blake (transcription project)
- Miscellanies (1894) (transcription project)
Orations, Lectures, and Addresses
- Civil Disobedience, in Æsthetic Papers, No. 1. Boston (1849)
- Slavery in Massachusetts (1854)
- A Plea for Captain John Brown (1860) 
- Aulus Persius Flaccus (July 1840)
- Homer, Ossian, Chaucer (January 1843)
- Dark Ages (April 1843)
- "A Winter Walk." The Dial 4 (October 1843): 211–226.
- "The Landlord." The United States Magazine and Democratic Review 13: 427–430. (October 1843)
- An Excursion to Canada (1853)
- Chesuncook (1858)
- The Last Days of John Brown (1860)
- "Martyrdom of John Brown." Echoes of Harpers Ferry: 439–445.
- “Walking,” in The Atlantic Monthly, 9 (56) (1862): 657-674.
- “Autumnal Tints,” in The Atlantic Monthly, 10 (60) (1862): 385-402.
- “Life Without Principle,” in The Atlantic Monthly, 12 (71) (1863): 484-495.
- “Night and Moonlight,” in The Atlantic Monthly, 12 (72) (1863): 579-583.
- “The Wellfleet Oysterman,” in The Atlantic Monthly, 14 (84) (1864): 470-478.
- “The Highland Light,” in The Atlantic Monthly, 14 (86) (1864): 649-659.
- Excursions (1863), anthology containing nine essays and a biographical sketch
- A Yankee in Canada, with Anti-Slavery and Reform Papers (1866), anthology of essays and addresses
- Concord to Montreal (1853)
- Quebec to Montmorenci (1853)
- St. Anne (1853)
- The Walls of Quebec (1853)
- The Scenery of Quebec; and the River St. Lawrence (1853)
- Slavery in Massachusetts (July 4, 1854)
- Prayers (1866)
- Civil Disobedience (1849)
- A Plea for Captain John Brown (October 30, 1859)
- Paradise (To Be) Regained (November 1843)
- Herald of Freedom (April 1844)
- Thomas Carlyle and His Works (March 1847)
- Life without Principle (October 1863)
- Wendell Phillips Before the Concord Lyceum (March 28, 1845)
- The Last Days of John Brown (July 4, 1860)
- The Service (1902) Written ca. 1840
- See also a list of poems and bits of verse
- Poems of Nature (1895)
- Unpublished poems by Bryant and Thoreau (transcription project)
- Anacreontics: thirteen translations from the Greek
- The Prometheus Bound of Aeschylus by Aeschylus  (1906)
- "Translations from Pindar" by Pindar [???] (1906)
- Paradise (To Be) Regained (November 1843)
- "DIED...Miss Anna Jones." [obituary] The Yeoman's Gazette 22 (25 November 1837).
- Letters to Various Persons (1865) (transcription project)
- Familiar Letters of Henry David Thoreau (1894), edited by Franklin Benjamin Sanborn (transcription project)
- Some unpublished letters of Henry D. and Sophia E. Thoreau: A Chapter in the History of a Still-born Book (1899) (transcription project)
- "A Bit of Unpublished Correspondence Between Henry D. Thoreau and Isaac T. Hecker"  edited by E. Harlow Russell (1902)
- The writings of Henry David Thoreau
- (1893) edition in 10 volumes: Vol. 5, vol 8 (1894 printing)
- (1899) edition: Vol. 1, Vol. 3, vol 7
- (1900) edition: Vol. 2, Vol. 4, Vol. 6, vol 9, vol 10
- (1906) edition in 20 vols.
- The First and Last Journeys of Thoreau, 2 vols. (1905) Vol. 1, Vol. 2
Works about Thoreau
- Thoreau: The Poet-naturalist, by William Ellery Channing, 1873. (transcription project)
- Henry D. Thoreau by Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, 1882. (transcription project)
- The Personality of Thoreau by Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, 1901. (transcription project)
- Pertaining to Thoreau. by Jones, Samuel Arthur, 1834-1912. Published 1901
- Thoreau: His Home, Friends and Books by Annie Russell Marble, 1902.
- Henry Thoreau's mother by Le Brun, Jean Munroe, 1908.
- Thoreau: As remembered by a young friend by Edward Emerson, 1917.
- "Thoreau" by Archibald MacMechan, Chapter X of Book II of The Cambridge History of American Literature, 1918.
- Thoreau by Canby, Henry Seidel, 1878-1961. Published 1939.
- Thoreau's library. by Harding, Walter Roy, 1917-1996. Published 1957.
- “Thoreau, Henry David,” by Octavius Brooks Frothingham in Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography, New York: D. Appleton and Co. (1889)
- “Thoreau, Henry David,” in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature, by John William Cousin, London: J. M. Dent & Sons
- “Thoreau, Henry David” by Joseph McCabe in A Biographical Dictionary of Ancient, Medieval, and Modern Freethinkers, 1945.
- “Thoreau, Henry David,” in The American Cyclopædia (1879)
- “Thoreau, Henry David,” in Encyclopædia Britannica (Ninth Edition) (1888)
- “Thoreau, Henry David,” in The New International Encyclopædia, New York: Dodd, Mead and Co. (1905)
- “Thoreau, Henry David,” in The Nuttall Encyclopædia, (ed.) by James Wood, London: Frederick Warne and Co., Ltd. (1907)
- “Thoreau, Henry David,” by William Sharp in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., 1911)
- “Thoreau, Henry David,” in The New Student's Reference Work, Chicago: F.E. Compton and Co. (1914)
- “Thoreau, Henry David,” in The Encyclopedia Americana, New York: The Encyclopedia Americana Corporation (1920)
- “Thoreau, Henry David,” in Collier's New Encyclopedia, New York: P. F. Collier & Son Co. (1921)
- A Fable for Critics by James Russell Lowell (1848)
- "Biographical Sketch" by Ralph Waldo Emerson, in Excursions (1863)
- "Thoreau's Flute", an elegy by Louisa May Alcott [Sep 1863] (1950) (transcription project)
On his works
- “Walden (book),” in The Encyclopedia Americana, New York: The Encyclopedia Americana Corporation (1920)