Author:John Townsend Trowbridge

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John Townsend Trowbridge
(1827–1916)
American author, also wrote under the pseudonym Paul Creyton
John Townsend Trowbridge

Works[edit]

  • Father Brighthopes, or, An Old Clergyman's Vacation (1853)
  • Hearts and Faces: or, Home-life Unveiled (1853)
  • Martin Merrivale: his X mark (1854)
  • Ironthorpe: the pioneer preacher (1855)
  • Neighbor Jackwood: A domestic drama, in five acts (1857)
  • O Willie is the lad for me: ballad (1857)
  • Burrcliff: its sunshine and its clouds (1859)
  • The Deserted Family; or, Wanderings of an Outcast (1860)
  • The Old Battle-ground (1860)
  • The Drummer Boy (1863)
  • The Vagabonds (1863), illust. by Felix Octavius Carr Darley
  • The Ferry-boy and the Financier (1864)
  • The Three Scouts (1865)
  • Lucy Arlyn (1866)
  • The South: A Tour of Its Battle-Fields and Ruined Cities, a Journey Through the Desolated States, and Talks With the People (1866)
  • Neighbor's Wives (1867)
  • A Picture of the Desolated States, and the Work of Restoration, 1865-1868 (1868) (external scan)
  • The Story of Columbus (1870) with illustrations by Alfred Fredericks
  • Lawrence's Adventures among the Ice-cutters, Glass-makers, Coal-miners, Iron-men, and Ship-builders (1871)
  • Jack Hazard and his Fortunes (1871)
  • Beeton's Hero Soldiers, Sailors and Travelers in Kafirland (1872)
  • A Chance for Himself; or, Jack Hazard and His Treasure (1872)
  • Coupon Bonds, and Other Stories (1873)
  • Doing his Best (1873)
  • The Emigrant's Story: and other poems (1874)
  • Fast Friends (1874)
  • The Young Surveyor: or, Jack on the Prairies (1875)
  • Coupon Bonds: a play in four acts (1876)
  • Frank Manly, the Drummer Boy : a story of the war (1876)
  • Bound in Honor: or, A Harvest of Wild Oats (1877)
  • The Book of Gold and other poems (1878)
  • His Own Master (1878)
  • Banking house of George P. Bissell & Co., dealers in safe eight per cent. bonds, government securities, and first-class investments (1879)
  • Young Joe and Other Boys (1879)
  • The Silver Medal (1881)
  • The Pocket Rifle (1881)
  • A Home Idyl, and Other Poems (1881)
  • The Tinkham Brothers' Tide-mill (1882)
  • The Jolly Rover (1883)
  • Phil and his Friends (1884)
  • Farnell's Folly (1885)
  • The Satin-Wood Box: Old lady Hemenway's legacy (1885)
  • Midsummer (1887)
  • His One Fault (1887)
  • The Lost Earl, With Other Poems and Tales in Verse (1888)
  • A Start In Life: a story of the Genesee country (1888)
  • The Adventures of David Vane and David Crane (1889)
  • The Little Master (1890)
  • Penn Hapgood, or, The Yankee Schoolmaster: a drama in three acts (1890), also by George B. Chase
  • Cudjo's Cave (1891)
  • The Kelp-gatherers; a story of the Maine coast (1891)
  • Biding his Time; or, Andrew Hapnell's Fortune (1892)
  • The Scarlet Tanager, and other Bipeds (1892)
  • Woodie Thorpe's Pilgrimage and other stories (1893)
  • The Lottery Ticket (1896)
  • The Prize Cup (1896)
  • A Question of Damages (1897)
  • The Man Who Stole A Meeting-house, & Preaching for Selwyn (1897)
  • Brave Deeds (1902)
  • The Poetical Works of John Townsend Trowbridge (1903)
  • My Own Story: with recollection of Noted Persons (1903)
  • Darius Green and his Flying Machine (1910), illust. by Wallace Goldsmith (external scan)

Magazines[edit]

Our Young Folks: an illustrated magazine for boys and girls (1865-1873), also by Lucy Larcom

Contributions to Atlantic Monthly[edit]

Works about Trowbridge[edit]


Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 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.