Author:Josiah Gilbert Holland

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Josiah Gilbert Holland

U.S. novelist and poet; helped to found and edit Scribner's Monthly (afterwards the Century Magazine). Also wrote under the pseudonym 'Timothy Titcomb'

Josiah Gilbert Holland


  • History of Western Massachusetts (1855)
  • The Bay-Path: A Tale of Colonial New England Life (1857)
  • Letters to Young People, Single and Married (1858)
  • Gold-Foil, Hammered from Popular Proverbs (1859)
  • Miss Gilbert’s Career: An American Story (1860)
  • Lessons in Life; A Series of Familiar Essays (1861)
  • Letters to the Joneses (1863)
  • The Life of Abraham Lincoln (1866)
  • Christ And The Twelve: Or Scenes and Events in the Life of Our Saviour and His Apostles, as Painted by the Poets (1867)
  • Illustrated Library of Favorite Song: Based upon folk songs, and comprising songs of the heart, songs of home, songs of life, and songs of nature (1872)
  • Plain Talks On Familiar Subjects: A Series of Popular Lectures (1872)
  • Arthur Bonnicastle: An American Novel (1873)
  • The Story of Sevenoaks: A Story of To-Day (1875)
  • Nicholas Minturn: A Study in a Story (1876)
  • Every-Day Topics: A Book of Briefs (2 series, 1876 and 1882)


  • Bitter-Sweet (1858) (external scan)
  • Kathrina: Her Life and Mine, in a poem, (1867)
  • The Marble Prophecy, And Other Poems (1872)
  • Garnered Sheaves: The Complete Poetical Works (1872)
  • The Mistress of the Manse (1874)
  • The Puritan’s Guest, And Other Poems (1881)
  • Gradatim
  • My Children (1858)
  • Wanted


Works about Holland[edit]

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