"Truth on His Travels," College Hill Mercury, December, 1850.

"Ode to Old Union," 1856.


"Union Terrace Song," 1856


"The Hymn of the Soul of Man", The New Era, 1856.


"A La Dame A Voile Noire" Knickerbocker, October, 1856.


"The Apocalypse of Hasheesh", Putnam's Monthly, December, 1856.


The Hasheesh Eater, New York: Harper Brothers, 1857.

The Hasheesh Eater, London: Sampson Low and Son, 1857.


"Our Queer Papa; A Case of Organic Affection", Harper's Monthly, November, 1858.


"The Loan of a Lyre", Harper's Monthly, December, 1858.


The Hasheesh Eater, 2nd Edition, New York: Harper Brothers, 1858.


"The Phial of Dread: By An Analytic Chemist", Harper's Monthly, November 1859.


"Regular Habits", Harper's Monthly, December, 1859.


The New Partner in Clingham & Co., Bankers, Harper's Weekly, January - April, 1860.


"Little Brother", Harper's Monthly, February - April, 1860.


"The Ransom of a Heritage", Waterville Times, February - March, 1860.


The Hasheesh Eater, 3rd Edition, New York: Harper Brothers, 1860. 


"The Century Plant", Harper's Monthly, June, 1860.


"The Cruise of the Two Deacons", Harper's Monthly, July - September, 1860.


"My Velvet Shoes", Harper's Monthly, October, 1860.


"Due South Sketches", New York Commercial Advertiser, October 19, 1860 - January 22, 1861. (24 installments)


The Primpenny Family, Vanity Fair, January - April, 1861.


"The Taxidermist", The Knickerbocker, January, 1861.


"The Taxidermist", in Tales of the Time, John T. Irving, ed., New York: H. Dexter & Co., 1861.


"Thrown Together", Harper's Monthly, June, 1861.


"The Music Essence", New York Commercial Advertiser, December 31, 1861.


The Hasheesh Eater, 4th Edition, New York: Harper Brothers, 1861 or 1862(?). 


"D'all uno del mio cuore", unpublished, with T.B. Aldrich, ms. in Houghton Library.


"A Drawn Game", Harper's Monthly, February, 1862.


"A Strange Acquaintance of Mine", New York Leader, March, 1862.


"Masks and Music", The Home Journal, October 11, 1862 -

February 14, 1863. (weekly column)


"Letters from Sundown: The Artists' Western Expedition", New York Evening Post, May 26, 1863.


"Letters From Sundown, No. II.", New York Evening Post, June 5, 1863.


"Letters From Sundown, No. III. The Wonders of Colorado", New York Evening Post, July 24-5, 1863.


"Letters From Sundown, No. IV. The Colorado Gold Mines", New York Evening Post, July 30, 1863.


"The Battle and Triumph of Dr. Susan", Harper's Monthly, July - August, 1863.


"Letters from Sundown", The Golden Era, August 2, 1863. (reprint from the New York Evening Post)


"Letter on theatre in Denver", New York Evening Post, September, 1863.


"On Good Living", The Golden Era, September 13, 1863.


"On Marrying Men", The Golden Era, September 20, 1863.


"On "Care" That "Killed the Cat"", The Golden Era, November 1, 1863.


"Plain Talks -- No. 1. How It Strikes One", The Golden Era November 8, 1863.


"I will not wish thy life a tinted bubble", November 16, 1863. (ms. in autograph book of Charles Warren Stoddard, now in Huntington Library.)


"P.P.C. - Goodbye Article", The Golden Era, November 22, 1863.

"Plain Talks No. 2", The Golden Era, December 20, 1863.


"Reminiscences of an Overlander: From the Missouri to the Rocky Mountains", The Golden Era, January 31, 1864, February 21, 1864.


"Reminiscences of an Overlander: Denver to Salt Lake Inclusive", The Golden Era, February 28, 1864, March 6, 20, 27, 1864.


"John Heathburn's Title", Harper's Monthly, February - March, 1864.


"Reminiscences of an Overlander: Salt Lake to San Francisco", The Golden Era, April 17, 1864.


"Among the Mormons", Atlantic Monthly, April, 1864/


Cinderella, New York: J.A. Gray and Green, 1864.


Ed., In Memoriam, Thomas Starr King, New York Sanitary Fair, New York, 1864.

"Abest: Surrexit", in In Memoriam, Thomas Starr King, New York, 1864.


"Finding A Sensible Tongue in Trees", The Californian, May 28, 1864. (Reprinted from New Nation, date unknown.)


"Seven Weeks in the Great Yo-Semite", Atlantic Monthly, June, 1864.

"The Prisoners of Portland: An Historical Novel of the Present, Past and Future", The Golden Era, June 12, 1864.


"The Prisoners of Portland: Book Second, and Last", The Golden Era, June 19, 1864.


"On Horseback Into Oregon", Atlantic Monthly, July, 1864.


"Through Tickets to San Francisco", Atlantic Monthly, November, 1864.


"On the Columbia River", Atlantic Monthly, December, 1864.


"The American Metropolis", Atlantic Monthly, January, 1865.


"Harriet Hosmer's Zenobia", Atlantic Monthly, February, 1865.


"If Massa Put Guns Into Our Han's", Atlantic Monthly, April, 1865.


"The Loan of a Lyre", in The Treasure Trove Series, New York, 1865.


"An International Affair", Harper's Monthly, January - February, 1866.


"The Gray Jockey; A Rocky Mountain Camp-Fire Story", Harper's Monthly, March, 1866.


"A Result of "The Lambeth Casual"", Harper's Monthly, September, 1866.


"E Pluribus Unum", Galaxy, November, 1866.


"Little Briggs and I", Northern Lights, January, 1867.


"Fleeing to Tarshish", Northern Lights, February, 1867.

"The Proper Use of Grandfathers", Northern Lights, March, 1867.


"A Brace of Boys", Harper's Monthly, March, 1867.


"A Reformed Ring-Man", Harper's Monthly, August, 1867.


"What Shall They Do To Be Saved", Harper's Monthly, August, 1867.


"Pairing Off", Harper's Monthly, September, 1867.


Little Brother and Other Genre Tales, Boston: Lee & Shepard, 1867.


"The Proper Use of Grandfathers", in Stories and Sketches by our Best Authors, Boston: Lee & Shepard, 1867.


"Uncle George", Harper's Monthly, May, 1868.

The Household Angel, Harper's Bazaar, May - August, 1868.

Ed., with Horace Day, The Opium Habit, New York: Harper Brothers, 1868.


"What Shall They Do to Be Saved" and "Outlines of the Opium Cure", in The Opium Habit, New York: Harper Brothers, 1868.


"Too Late", Harper's Monthly, June, 1869.


"Draw Your Conclusions", Harper's Monthly, August, 1869.


The Heart of the Continent, Hurd and Houghton, Boston, 1870.


The Heart of the Continent, Sampson Low and Son, 1870.


"To Florence, On Her Fifteenth Birthday", Harper's Bazaar, May 1870.


"A La Dame A La Voile Noire", Appleton's Magazine, July, 1870.


Letters in Theriaki and Their Last Dose, Chicago: Evening Journal Print, 1870.


"Hymn of Forebearance", New York Commercial Advertiser, December 24, 1870. (Published along with eulogy by Frank B. Carpenter)


"To M.S., with thanks for a paper-knife", Appleton's Magazine, November, 1870.


"Oh how in yearning have I spent my time", ms., date unknown. (From collection of Schaefer Library, Union College.


"Where the dreary winds complain", ms. poem, private collection, 1870.


"The School", Child Life; A Collection of Poems, Ed. by John Greenleaf Whittier, J.R. Osgood Company, 1871.


"Too Late", A New Library of Poetry and Song, Ed. by William Cullen Bryant, New York: J.B. Ford and Co., 1876


"Niagara", "A La Dame a Voile Noire", "To the Home of All the Living", "Ode to Night", "To a Red Headed Girl", "The Jolly Fellow", in The Princeton Poets, Ed. by S. Miller Hageman, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1879.


"Ben Thirlwall's Schooldays" and "Selections from A Brace of Boys." Humorous Masterpieces from American Literature, Ed. by Edward T. Mason, New York and London, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1886. (Excerpt from "Little Briggs and I".)


"The Yosemite Valley", Half Hours with the Best American Authors, Selected and Arranged by Charles Morris, Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1887. (Excerpt from Heart of the Continent.)


"The Hour and the Power of Darkness", Library of American Literature, Ed. by Edmund C. Stedman & Ellen Hutchinson, 1888. (excerpt from The Hasheesh Eater.)


Augustus Jones, Jr., Boston: Lee and Shepard, the Good Company Series, 1891. (Reprint of Little Brother and Other Genre Tales.)

"Little Briggs and I", Little Classics, Volume 11: Heroism, Ed. by Rossiter Johnson, Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin, and Company, 1900.


"Too Late", Little Classics, Volume 16: Minor Poems, Ed. by Rossiter Johnson, Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin and Co., 1900.


"A Brace of Boys", Little Classics, Volume 17: Humanity, Ed. by Rossiter Johnson, Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1900.


"Loan of a Lyre", Bancroft Library of the World's Best Short Masterpieces, New York: A. Sanderson - Whitten Co., 1901. (reprint of the Treasure Trove Series, 1865)


The Hasheesh Eater, New York: S.G. Rains, 1903.


"A Brace of Boys" (selections), Little Masterpieces of American Wit and Humor, Ed. by Thomas L. Masson, New York: Doubleday, Page and Company, 1903.


"A Brace of Boys", Short Story Classics, Vol 1, Ed. by William Patten, New York: Collier and Son, 1905.


The Hasheesh Eater (excerpts), The Equinox. A Journal of Scientific Illuminism, London: September, 1910.


The Hasheesh Eater (excerpts), in Robert Walton, Marihuana: America's New Drug Problem, Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1938.


The Hasheesh Eater (excerpts), in Drugs and the Mind, Ed. by Robert S. DeRopp, New York: Grove Press, 1957.


The Hasheesh Eater, in The Hasty Papers. A One Shot Review, Ed. by Alfred Leslie, New York, 1960.


The Hasheesh Eater (excerpts), in The Drug Experience, Ed. by David Ebin, New York: Grove Press, 1961.


The Hasheesh Eater (excerpts), The Marijuana Papers, Ed. by David Solomon, Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1966.


The Hasheesh Eater, Louisville: Lost Cause Press, 1969.


The Hasheesh Eater, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Gregg Press, 1970.


The Hasheesh Eater (excerpts), Berkeley Barb, September 11, 1970 - September 18, 1970.


The Heart of the Continent, New York: AMS Press, 1971.


The Hasheesh Eater (excerpts), in Drugs and the Other Self, New York: Harper & Row, 1971.


The Hasheesh Eater, San Francisco, Level Press, Fitz Hugh Ludlow Memorial Library edition, 1975.


The Hasheesh Eater, San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1979. 


The Opium Habit, New York: Arno Press, Addiction in America Series, 1981.


The Hasheesh Eater, Portland: Subterranean Press, 1989.


The Hasheesh Eater, (excerpts), in Psychedelic Illuminations, 1993.