Author:Thomas Allibone Janvier

Thomas Allibone Janvier

American story-writer and historian. He published many stories and articles in Harper's Magazine. Pen name: Thomas A. Janvier

Thomas Allibone Janvier


  • Color Studies (1885)
  • The Mexican Guide (1886)
  • The Aztec Treasure House: A romance of contemporaneous antiquity (1890) IA
  • Stories of Old New Spain (1891)
  • The Uncle of an Angel, and Other Stories (1891)
  • An Embassy to Provence (1893)
  • In Old New York (1894)
  • The Women's Conquest of New York (1894)
  • In the Sargasso Sea (1898) IA
  • The Passing of Thomas, and Other Stories (1900)
  • In Great Waters (1901)
  • The Christmas Kalends of Provence (1902)
  • The Dutch Founding of New York (1903)
  • Santa Fe's Trail (1907)
  • Henry Hudson: a brief statement of his aims and his achievements (1909)
  • Legends of the City of Mexico (1910)
  • From the South of France (1912; short stories), illust. by Elizabeth Shippen Green. IA
    • The Roses of Monsieur Alphonse
    • The Poodle of Monsieur Gáillard
    • The Recrudescence of Madame Vic
    • Madame Jolicoeur's Cat
    • A Consolate Giantess
  • At the Casa Napoleon (1914)

Articles and short storiesEdit

The Colonel and the Bishop's stories




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.