Author:Helen Maria Fiske Hunt Jackson

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Helen Maria Fiske Hunt Jackson
American poet, writer and activist for the Native Americans, commonly known as Helen Hunt Jackson: best remembered works include the non-fiction book A Century of Dishonor (1881), and the novel Ramona (1884). Other pseudonyms: Saxe Holm, H. H., Helen Jackson
Helen Maria Fiske Hunt Jackson


  • Ramona, 1884 (transcription project)
  • Cat Stories, 1886: (transcription project) children's lit.
    • Letters from a Cat (1879)
    • Mammy Tittleback and Her Family. A True Story of Seventeen Cats (1881)
    • The Hunter Cats of Connorloa (1884)
  • Verses, 1870
  • Bits of Travel, 1872 IA
  • Bits of Talk about Home Matters, 1873 IA : PG
  • Bits of Talk in Verse and Prose for Young Folks, 1876 IA
  • Mercy Philbrick's Choice, 1876 PG
  • Hetty's Strange History, 1877 IA : PG
  • Nelly's Silver Mine: A story of Colorado life, 1878 IA : PG
  • Bits of Travel at Home, 1878 IA
  • Letters from a Cat. Published by Her Mistress, 1879 IA : PG
  • A Century of Dishonor; a Sketch of the United States Government's Dealings with Some of the Indian Tribes, 1881 (transcription project) IA : PG
  • Mammy Tittleback and Her Family: A True Story of Seventeen Cats, 1881 PG
  • The Hunter Cats of Connorloa, 1884 IA : PG
  • Zeph, 1885
  • Glimpses of Three Coasts, 1886 IA : PG
  • A Calendar of Sonnets (1886) PG
  • Sonnets and Lyrics, 1886 IA
  • Between Whiles, 1887 PG
  • Poems, 1892 IA
  • Glimpses of California and the Missions, 1902 IA

Saxe Holm's storiesEdit

(Stories first serialized in Scribner's Magazine under the pseudonym Saxe Holm)

Individual short worksEdit


Works about JacksonEdit


Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 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.