|←Author Index: Sc||Samuel Scoville, Jr.
|Henry Ward Beecher. Among his works are a biography of Abraham Lincoln, nature fiction (fictionalized tales of the wild), and juvenile adventure stories.American lawyer, naturalist and author: a grandson of the famous|
- Wild Folk (1922) Nature Fiction
- The Cleanlys — Blackbear — The Seventh Sleeper — High Sky — The Little People — The Path of the Air — Blackcat — Little Death — Blackcross — Sea Otter
- More Wild Folk (1924) Nature Fiction
- Runaway days, (1927) [hathitrust]
- The Falcon's Nest — Treetop — Ong's Hat — Secret Valley — Rus In Urbe — Rescue, Robbery, and Escapes — Fourways — Philohela — Wood Ibis — The Sky King — Squirrel Folk — The Logcock — The Raven Cliff.
- Lords of the Wild, illus by Charles Livingston Bull (1928) – Copyrighted in the United States until 2024 due to (Renewal: A1069419 )
Boy Scouts seriesEdit
- Boy Scouts in the Wilderness (1919) Project Gutenberg
- The Blue Pearl (1920) (Published in St. Nicholas Magazine, 1919-20 as The Boy Scouts of the North; or The Blue Pearl)
- The Inca Emerald (1922) (No index)
- The Red Diamond (1924)
- The Snakeblood Ruby (1932)
- Brave Deeds of Union Soldiers (1915) Project Gutenberg
- Abraham Lincoln: His Story (1918)
- The Out-of-doors Club (1919) [hathitrust]
- Everyday Adventures (1920) Project Gutenberg
- Everyday Adventures — Zero Birds — Snow Stories — A Runaway Day — The Raven's Nest — Hidden Treasure — Bird's-Nesting — The Treasure Hunt — Orchid Hunting — The Marsh Dwellers — The Seven Sleepers — Dragon's Blood
- Man and beast (1926)
- Wild Honey (etchings by Emerson Tuttle) (1929) [hathitrust]
- Scoville's digest of the liquor laws of Pennsylvania: from 1700 to 1914 (1915)
- Five hundred Bible story questions and answers on the Old Testament (1916)
- "When Lincoln and Beecher prayed together," (1907), from the Christian Educator, vol. XVII, no. 4, February 1907
- "The Evolution of Our Criminal Procedure," (1914), from the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volume 52.
- "The Municipal Court of Philadelphia" (1914), from the University of Pennsylvania Law Review and American Law Register, Volume 62.
- "The Evening Grosbeak at Haverford, Pa." (1922), from The Auk, Volume 39.