- as Frances A. Fuller: Anizetta, the Guajira; or, The Creole of Cuba (1848)
- as Frances Fuller Barritt: East and West; or, The Beauty of Willard's Mill (later republished as "The Far West...") (1862) IA
- as Frances Fuller Barritt: Alicia Newcome, or The Land Claim: A Tale of the Upper Missouri (1862)
- The New Penelope: And Other Stories and Poems (1877)
- Republished, with a new introduction, in 1998. IA
The following lists published works containing Victor's poems. For individual poems, see Index of poem titles.
- Poems of Sentiment and Imagination (1851) as Frances A. Fuller, with Metta Victoria Fuller
- Poetry selections (with biographical intro) in The Poets and Poetry of the West: With Biographical and Critical Notices (1860)
- Poems section in The New Penelope (1877)
- Poems (1900)
- Reviewed in the Pacific Monthly
History and non-fiction edit
- The River of the West: The Adventures of Joe Meek (1870) (see "Eleven Years…," below, for a nearly identical text, fully transcribed.)
- All Over Oregon and Washington (1872) IA (later revised and republished as Atlantis Arisen
- The Women's War with Whisky; Or, Crusading in Portland , pamphlet, 60p., 1874.
- Eleven Years in the Rocky Mountains & A History of the Sioux War (1877)
- Part I: Eleven years in the Rocky Mountains and a life on the frontier (a lightly edited version of River of the West)
- Part II: A History of the Sioux War, and a Life of Gen. George A. Custer, with a Full Account of his Last Battle
- Under contract with Hubert Howe Bancroft:
- History of Oregon in two volumes (1886, 1888)
- History of California: 1846–1848 (1890)
- History of Washington, Idaho, and Montana: 1845–1889 (1890)
- History of Nevada, Colorado, and Wyoming, 1540–1888 (1890)
- History of the Pacific states of North America (1890)
- California Inter Pocula, chapter 19 (1888)
- Atlantis Arisen: or, Talks of a tourist about Oregon and Washington (1891) (a revised edition of All Over Oregon and Washington)
- The Early Indian Wars of Oregon (1894) (published at the direction of the Oregon Legislature; see House Concurrent Resolution No. 22, 1891.)
- Covered in the Hood River Glacier: "A Woman Historian," and in the Evening Capital Journal
In periodicals edit
- "Manifest Destiny in the West" (1869), featured in The Overland Monthly
- social columns and other items for the San Francisco Call, some under the penname "Dorothy D" (mid-1870s; 1890s)
- "The Literature of Oregon." The West Shore 1 (1876)
- "Did Dr. Whitman Save Oregon?" in The Californian (1880)
- "The Bancroft Historical Library" in The Californian (1882)
- "Dr. Marcus Whitman: An Estimate of the Services Rendered Oregon by the Pioneer and Martyr", The Oregonian, November 6, 1884.
- "Northern Seaside Resorts" in Overland Monthly (1894)
- "Autobiographical Sketch" in the Oregon Statesman (June 16, 1895)
- "How Oregon Was Saved", San Francisco Daily Call (July 1895)
- "Mrs. Frances Fuller Victor vs. Dr. O. W. Nixon of Chicago", San Francisco Daily Call (September 1895)
- "Early California Literature, San Francisco Call (April 19, 1896)
- H. S. Lyman: Oregonian/1897/Mrs. Victor's Latest Work: Her Book on "The Early Indian Wars of Oregon."
- Minto's response, Oregonian, March 19, 1897.
- Victor's response to Lyman, Oregonian, March 25, 1897.
- Lyman's response
- "She Defends Bancroft", Oregonian, December 22, 1901
In the Oregon Historical Quarterly:
- Scrapbook of a Historian - Frances Fuller Victor, in Oregon Historical Quarterly Volume42, No. 4 (Dec. 1941)
Works about Victor edit
- Hailed as "Our Lady Historian" early in her career in Oregon: Sacramento Daily Union: Letter from Oregon. 1865.
- A Woman Historian, in the Hood River Glacier, 1895.
- Mrs. Victor Dead, The Morning Oregonian, November 15, 1902.
- Historian of the Northwest (obituary from the Oregon Historical Quarterly, volume 3). (1902)
- Obituary in the Sunday Oregonian
- funeral notice in the Oregonian
- Interesting comment in the Oregonian following her death
- The Origin and Authorship of the Bancroft Pacific States Publications: A History of a History (part 1), concerning her career, in OHQ volume 4. (1903)
- Alfred Powers: Oregon Historical Quarterly/Volume 42/Scrapbook of a Historian - Frances Fuller Victor (1942)
- Hazel Mills: Oregon Historical Quarterly/Volume 62/The Emergence of Frances Fuller Victor-Historian (1961)
- Discussed in San Francisco's Literary Frontier (1939) IA
Some or all works by this author were published before January 1, 1928, and 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.
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