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Mary Jane Holmes
(1828–1907)
best-selling and prolific American author who published 39 popular novels, as well as short stories
Mary Jane Holmes

WorksEdit

  • Tempest and Sunshine (New York, 1854); reprint New York: G.W. Dillingham (1886)
  • The English Orphans (1855)
  • The Homestead on the Hillside and other Tales (Auburn, 1855)
  • Lena Rivers (1856)
  • Meadow Brook (New York, 1857)
  • Dora Deane, or the East India Uncle, and Maggie Miller, or, Old Hagar's Secret (1858)
  • Cousin Maude and Rosamond (1860)
  • Marian Grey; or The Heiress of Redstone Hall (1863)
  • Hugh Worthington (1863)
  • Darkness and Daylight (1864)
  • The Cameron Pride, or Purified by Suffering, or Family Pride (1867)
  • The Christmas Font, a story for young folks (1868)
  • Rose Mather, a Tale of the War (1868)
  • Ethelyn's Mistake (1869)
  • Millbank (1871)
  • Edna Browning; or The Leighton Homestead (1872)
  • West Lawn, and The Rector of St. Mark's (1874)
  • Mildred (1877)
  • Daisy Thornton and Jessie Graham (1878)
  • Glen's Creek (1878)
  • Forest House (1879)
  • Chateau d'Or (1880)
  • Red Bird (1880)
  • Madeline (1881)
  • Queenie Hetherton (1883)
  • Christmas Stories (1884)
  • Bessie's Fortune (1885)
  • Tracy Park
  • Gretchen (1887)
  • Red Bird's Christmas Story (1892)

Works about HolmesEdit


 

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.