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Books:

The Conjure Woman

Boston; New York: Houghton Mifflin, iv, 294 pp. 1899.
London: Gay & Bird, 1899.
Cambridge, MA: The Riverside Press (150 Copies printed)
Large-paper edition with a colophon. 1899.
Reprinted: Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1928.
Ridgewood, NJ: Gregg Press, 1968.
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, Intro. by Robert M. Farnsworth. 1969.
St. Claire Shores, Mich.: Scholarly Press, 1977.
Darby, PA: Arden Library, 1978.
Tokyo: Honnotomosha, 1997.
Translated as: Der verwunschene Weinberg. Sklavenmarchen aus Nordamerika. Translated with Foreword by Monika Plessner. Frankfurt am Main: Insel. 1979.
Die Zauberfrau: SklavenmŠrchen aus North Carolina. Trans- lated with Foreword by Christiane Agricola and an afterwors by Horst Ihde.Leipzig; Weimar: Kiepenheuer, 1989
Sklavenmarchen aus Nordamerika. Translated with Foreword by Monika Plessner. Frankfurt am Main: Insel-Verl. 1991
Die Zauberfrau: SklavenmŠrchen aus North Carolina. Trans- lated with Foreword by Christiane Agricola and an afterwors by Horst Ihde. Hanau: Muller und Kiepenheuer, 1993
As retold by Ray Anthony Shephard (Conjure Tales), New York: Dutton, ix, pp p. 1973, London: Collins, 1975, New York: Dell, 1978.
Expanded as, The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, Edited and with an Introduction by Richard H. Brodhead, Durham and London: Duke UP, 207 p.1993.
Microfiche. Chicago: Library Resources, (Includes "The Conjurer's Revenge" reprinted from the Overland monthly.) 19--.
Microfilm. Ann Arbor: University microfilms International, (Includes "The Conjurer's reprinted from the Overland monthly.) 19--.

The Wife of His Youth and Other Stories of the Color Line

Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1899.
Reprinted: Ridgewood, NJ: Gregg Press, 323 pp. 1967.
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, xiv, 323 pp. 1968.
New York: Irvington Press, 1976.
St. Clair Shores, Mich.: Scholarly Press, 1977.
Tokyo: Honnotomosha, 1997.
Microfilm: Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, 1967.
Microfiche: Louisvill, KY: :ost Cause Press, 19--.
A Play based on "The Wife of His Youth" titled "The Blue Vein Society", by Samuel Lawrence Kelley appears in Samuel Lawrence Kelley Plays. 1982-1989. Was produced by two companies

Frederick Douglass

Boston: Small Maynard, In the Beacon Biographies of Eminent Americans series, ed. M. A. de Wolfe Howe. 1899;
London: Kegan Paul, xix, 141 p. 1899.
Reprinted: Boston: Small, Maynard, 1904, 1912.
New York: Johnson Reprints, 1970.
St. Clair Shores, Mich.: Scholarly Press, 1977.
Microfilm: Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International, 19--.

The House Behind the Cedars

Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, 294 pp. 1900.
Serialized: Self-Culture Magazine, XI (August, 1900) - XII (Feb. 1901)
Chicago Defender, October 29, 1921-March 4, 1922.
Reprinted: Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1902.
Cambridge MA: The Riverside Press, 1902.
Ridgewood, NJ: Gregg Press, 1968.
New York: Collier Macmillan, 1969.
London; Athens, GA.: U of Georgia P., xxii, 294 pp. Foreword by William L. Andrews. 1988.
New York: and Hamondsworth: Penguin, Intro. by Donald B. Gibson, xxvi, 195 p. 1993.
London: The X Press, iii, 185 p. 1995.
Tokyo: Honnotomosha, 1997.
New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 1999.
Adapted as film: Veiled Aristocrats, Directed by Oscar Micheaux, 1932.
Microfilm: Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International, 19--
Microfiche: Louisville, KY: Lost Cause Press, 19--

The Marrow of Tradition

Boston: Houghton Mifflin, vi, 329 pp. 1901.
Reprinted: Upper Saddle River, NJ: Gregg Press, 1968.
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1969.
Miami, Fla.: Mnemosyne Press, Intro. Robert M. Farnsworth, 1969.
New York: Arno Press, vi, 329 pp. 1969.
New York: AMS Press, vi, 392 pp. 1972.
New York: Irvington Press, 1977.
St. Clair Shores, Mich.: Scholarly Press, 1977.
Boston: Dynamic Learn Corporation, 1978.
Ann Arbor, MI: U Mich. Press, Ann Arbor Paperbacks, Robert M. Farnsworth, 1979.
New York: Penguin, Edited with Intro. by Eric J. Sundquist. xlvii, 346 pp. 1993.
Tokyo: Honnotomosha, 1997.
New Brunswick, NJ Transaction Publishers, 1999.
As Tradition, London: The X Press, Black Classics, 1994.
Included in: Three Classic African-American Novels, New York: Vantage Books, 1990. Ed and Intro. by Henry Louis Gates, JR.
The African-American Novel in the Age of Reaction: three Classics, New York: Penguin. Intro. William L. Andrews. 1992.

The Colonel's Dream

New York: Doubleday Page, viii, 294 pp. 1905;
London: A. Constable, 294 p. 1905.
Reprinted: Upper Saddle River, NJ: Gregg Press, viii, 294 pp. 1968.
Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P. Ed. Robert M. Farnsworth.1969
Miami, Fla.: Mnemosyne Press, viii, 294 pp. 1969.
New York: Arno Press, 1969.
Westport, Conn.: Negro Universities Press, viii, 294 pp. 1970
New York: Books for Libraries, Inc. 1971
New York: Irvington Press, 1977.
St. Clair Shores, Mich.: Scholarly Press, 1977.
Tokyo: Honnotomosha, 1997.

Baxter's Procrustes

Cleveland: The Rowfant Club, 1966. (180 copies) Includes biographical essay about the Author by John B. Nichols, Jr.

Charles W. Chesnutt: Works, 1895-1905

New York: 3M International Microfilm Press. 1972 (Includes the Schomburg Collection of the New York Public Library. Contents:[1] Frederick Douglas. New York, 1899-[2] The Wife of his youth ; and other stories of the color line. Boston 1899 - [3] The Conjure Woman, Boston, 1899 - [4] The Marrow of Tradition, Boston, 1901 -[5] A Defamer of His Race, in The Critic. April, 1901 -[6] The Disfranchisedment of the Negro, in The Negro Problem, 1903 - [7] The Colonel's Dream. New York, 1905.)

Charles W. Chesnutt Papers (microform) 1891-1932

Columbus Ohio: Ohio Historical Society, 1972. Ed. Olivia J. Martin (Western Reserve Historical Society.)

The Short Fiction of Charles W. Chesnutt

Washington, DC: Howard UP, (hardback) Edited and Introduced by, Sylvia Lyons Render. 422 pp. 1974.
Washington, DC: Howard UP, (paperback) Edited and Introduced by, Sylvia Lyons Render, 428 pp. 1981.

Who and Why was Samuel Johnson

Akron: Northern Ohio Bibliophilic Society, (450 copies.) 19 pp. Edited and Introduction by Robert A. Tibbetts. 1991.

Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt

New York: Penguin Books, A Mentor Book, 1992. Edited and Introduced by William L. Andrews.

The Journals of Charles Chesnutt

Ed. Richard Brodhead. London; Durham: Duke U. Press, 185 pp. 1993.

Mandy Oxendine: A Novel

Ed. Charles Hackenberry, Urbana: U of Illinois P, xxvii, 112 pp. 1997

"To Be an Author": Letters Of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1889-1905

Ed. Joseph R. McElrath, Jr. and Robert C. Leitz. Princeton; Chichester: Princeton UP, xv, 248 pp. 1997.

Tales of Conjure and the Color Line : 10 Stories

Ed. and with an Introduction by Joan R. Sherman, Mineola, NY: Dover Publications, Inc. vii, 117 pp. 1998.

Paul Marchand, F.M.C.

Intro. by Matthew Wilson. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, xxxviii, 144 pp. 1998.
Ed. Dean McWilliams, Princeton: Princeton University Press, xix, 192 pp. 1999.

The Quarry

Ed. Dean McWilliams, Princeton: Princeton University Press, xvii, 298 pp. 1999

Charles W. Chesnutt: Essays and Speeches

Editors, Joseph R. McElrath, Robert C. Leitz, III, Jesse S. Crisler. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. xxxvii, 596 pp. Illustrations. 1999

Charles W. Chesnutt: Critical Essays

Editors, Joseph R. McElrath, et. al.. Sept. 1999.

The Northern Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt

Editor, Charles Duncan. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press. xxvii, 262 pp. 2004.

Short Stories:

"Appreciation"

Puck, April 20, 1887, p.128.
Reprinted in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 64-65.

"Aunt Lucy's Search"

Family Fiction, April 16, 1887 (CC).
Reprinted in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 209-13.

"Aunt Mimy's Son"

Youth's Companion, March 1, 1900, pp.104-105.
Reprinted in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 202-08.

"The Averted Strike"

Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 383-90.

"A Bad Night"

Atlanta Constitution, August 2, 1886, p.5
Reprinted in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 271-78.

"Baxter's Procrustes"

Atlantic Monthly, XCIII (June, 1904), 823-30.
Reprinted in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 413-422
Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 266-278.
Tales of Conjure and the Color Line: 10 Stories, 1998, pp. 98-108.

"The Bouquet"

Atlantic Monthly, LXXXIV (November, 1899), 648-54.
Reprinted. The Wife of His Youth, 1899
As "The Bunch of Yellow Roses," Living Age, April 7, 1900, pp. 63-66
Collected in North Carolina in the Short Story, by Richard Gaither Walser Chapel Hill: U North Carolina Press, 1948.
Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 238-248.

"A Busy Day in a Lawyer's Office"

Tid-Bits, January 15, 1887 (CC).
Reprinted in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 73-74

"Cartwright's Mistake"

Cleveland News and Herald, September 19, 1888 (CC).
Reprinted in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 315-20.

"A Cause CŽl?bre"

Puck, January 14, 1891, p.354.
Reprinted in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 68-69.

"Cicely's Dream"

The Wife of His Youth and Other Stories of the Color Line, pp. 132-67.
Reprinted: Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 168-186.

"Concerning Father"

Crisis, XXXVII (May, 1930), 153-55, 175.
Reprinted in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 89-96.

"The Conjurer's Revenge"

Overland Monthly, XIII (June, 1889), 623-29.
Reprinted: The Conjure Woman,1899. 103-31.
Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 40-50.
The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, 1993, pp. 70-81.

"Dave's Neckliss"

Atlantic Monthly, LXIV (October, 1889), 500-508.
Reprinted in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 132-41.
Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 89-101.
The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, 1993, pp. 123-135.
Tales of Conjure and the Color Line : 10 Stories, 1998, pp. 21-31.

"A Deep Sleeper"

Two Tales, 5.53 March 11, 1893, pp. 1-8.
Reprinted: in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 115-22.
The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, 1993, pp. 136-145.

"The Doctor's Wife"

Chicago Ledger, June 1, 1887 (CC).
Reprinted: in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 279-82.

"The Doll."

The Crisis, 3 (April 1912) p. 248-52.
Reprinted: in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 405-12.
Tales of Conjure and the Color Line : 10 Stories, 1998, pp. 109-117.

"A Doubtful Success"

Cleveland News and Herald, February 17, 1888 (CC).

"The Dumb Witness."

Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 153-163.
Reprinted: in The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, 1993, pp. 158-172.

"An Eloquent Appeal"

Puck, June 6, 1888, p.246.
Reprinted: in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 66-67.

"L'Epouse de sa Jeunesse"

Trans. Marie Louise Preis. Jour'nal de Geneve, 2nd, ed., November 4, 1910, p. 4; November 5, 1910, p. 4;
November 6, 1910, p. 2.
French translation of "The Wife of His Youth,"

"The Exception"

Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 353-56.

"The Fall of Adam"

Family Fiction, December 25, 1886 (CC).
Reprinted: in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 177-82.

"A Fatal Restriction"

Puck, May 1, 1889, p. 166.

"Frisk's First Rat"

Educator[Fayetteville], March 20, 1875, np.
Reprinted: in North Carolina Literary Review, 8 (1999): 87.

"A Fool's Paradise"

Family Fiction, November 24, 1888 (CC).
Reprinted: in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 321-29.

"The Goophered Grapevine"

Atlantic Monthly, LX (August, 1887), 254-60.
Reprinted: The Conjure Woman, 1899. 1-35.
Famous American Stories: A Collection of short stories by 19th Century American Authors. Ed. Karl-Heinz Wirzberger, Berlin: Seven Seas Publ. 1963.
Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 1-13.
The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, 1993, pp. 31-43.
Tales of Conjure and the Color Line : 10 Stories, 1998, pp. 1-11.

"A Grass Widow"

Family Fiction, May 14, 1887 (CC).
Reprinted: in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 330-42.

"Gratitude"

Puck, December 26, 1888, p. 300.
Reprinted: in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 62-63.

"The Gray Wolf's Ha'nt"

The Conjure Woman, 1899, pp. 162-94.
Reprinted: Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 63-75.
The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, 1993, pp. 94-106.

"Her Virginia Mammy"

The Wife of His Youth and Other Stories of the Color Line, 1899, pp. 25-59.
Reprinted: Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 114-131.

"Hot-Foot Hannibal"

Atlantic Monthly, LXXXIII (January, 1899), 49-56.
Reprinted: The Conjure Woman, 1899. 195-229.
Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 76-88.
The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, 1993, pp. 107-122.

"How a Good Man Went Wrong"

Puck, November 28, 1888, p.214.
Reprinted: in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 190-191.

"How Dasdy Came Through"

Family Fiction, February 12, 1887 (CC).
Reprinted: in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 249-52.

"How He Met Her"

Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 283-85.

"Jim's Romance"

Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 343-52.

"The Kiss"

Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 306-14.

"A Limb of Satan"

Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 195-201.

"Lonesome Ben"

Southern Workman, XXIX (March, 1900), 137-45.
Reprinted: in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 106-114.
The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, 1993, pp. 146-157.

"McDugald's Mule"

Family Fiction, January 15, 1887 (CC).
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 183-85.

"The March of Progress"

Century, LXI (January, 1901), 422-28.
Reprinted: in Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 214-22.

"The Marked Tree"

Crisis, XXIX (December-January, 1924-1925), 59-64, 110-13.
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 142-52.
The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, 1993, pp. 194-207.

"Mars Jeems's Nightmare"

The Conjure Woman, 1899, pp.64-102. Reprinted: Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 25-39.
The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, 1993, pp. 55-69.

"A Matter of Principle"

The Wife of His Youth and Other Stories of the Color Line, pp.94-131.
Reprinted: Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 149-167.
Tales of Conjure and the Color Line : 10 Stories, 1998, pp. 67-82.

"A Metropolitan Experience"

Chicago Ledger, June 15, 1887 (CC).
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 286-91.

"A Midnight Adventure"

New Haven Register, December 6, 1887 (CC).
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 85-88.

"A Miscarriage of Justice"

Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 357-64.

"Mr. Taylor's Funeral"

Crisis, IX (April, 1915), 313-16; X (May, 1915), 34-37.
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 261-70.

"An Original Sentiment"

Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 78-79.

"The Origin of the Hatchet Story"

Puck, April 24, 1889, p.132.
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 83-84.

"The Partners"

Southern Workman, XXX (May, 1901), 271-78.
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 253-60.

"The Passing of Grandison"

The Wife of His Youth and Other Stories of the Color Line, 1899, 168-202.
Reprinted: Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 187-204.
Tales of Conjure and the Color Line : 10 Stories, 1998, pp. 83-97.

"Po' Sandy"

Atlantic Monthly, LXI (May, 1888), 605-11.
Reprinted: The Conjure Woman,1899. 36-63.
Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 14-24.
The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, 1993, pp. 44-54.
Tales of Conjure and the Color Line : 10 Stories, 1998, pp. 12-20.

"The Prophet Peter"

Hathaway-Brown Magazine, April 1, 1906, 51-66.
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 236-48.

"A Roman Antique"

Puck, July 17, 1889, p. 351.
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 75-76.

"A Secret Ally"

New Haven Register, September 19, 1887 (CC).
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 303-05.

"The Shadow of My Past"

Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 292-302.

"She Reminded Him"

Puck, September 21, 1887, p.58.
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 77.

"The Sheriff's Children"

New York Independent, November 7, 1889, pp. 30-32.
Reprinted. The Wife of His Youth, 1899.
Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 132-148.
Tales of Conjure and the Color Line : 10 Stories, 1998, pp. 32-46.

"Sis' Becky's Pickaninny"

The Conjure Woman, 1899, pp. 132-61.
Reprinted: Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 51-62.
The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, 1993, pp. 82-93.
Tales of Conjure and the Color Line : 10 Stories, 1998, pp. 57-66.

"A Soulless Corporation"

Tid-Bits, April 16, 1887 (CC).
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 70-72.

"Stryker's Waterloo"

Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 365-73.

"The Sway-Backed House"

Outlook, LXVI (November, 1900), 588-93.
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 223-31.

"A Tight Boot"

Cleveland News and Herald, January 30, 1886 (CC).
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 58-61.

"Tobe's Tribulations"

Southern Workman, XXIX (November, 1900), 656-64.
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 97-105.
The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, 1993, pp. 183-193.

"Tom's Warm Welcome"

Family Fiction, November 27,1886 (CC).
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 186-89.

"Two Wives"

New Haven Evening Register, August 13, 1886, p. 3.

"Uncle Peter's House"

Syndicated by S. S. McClure and appeared in:
Cleveland News and Herald, December, 1885;
Saint Paul and Minneapolis Pioneer Press, December 7, 8, 1885, p. 8, 10. (CC).
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 168-76.

"Uncle Wellington's Wives"

The Wife of His Youth and Other Stories of the Color Line, 1899, pp. 203-68.
Reprinted: Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 205-237.

"A Victim of Heredity; or, Why the Darkey Loves Chicken"

Self-Culture Magazine, XI (July, 1900), 404-409.
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 123-131.
The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales, 1993, pp. 172-182.

"A Virginia Chicken"

Household Realm, August, 1887 (CC).
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 164-67.

"Walter Knox's Record"

Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 374-82.

"The Web of Circumstance"

The Wife of His Youth and Other Stories of the Color Line, pp.291-323.
Reprinted: Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 249-265.

"White Weeds"

Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 391-404.

"The Wife of His Youth"

Atlantic Monthly, LXXXII (July, 1898), 55-61.
Reprinted: The Wife of His Youth, 1899.
Translated into French by Marie Louise Preis as: "L'Epouse de sa Jeunesse,"
Jour'nal de Geneve, 2nd, ed., November 4, 1910, p. 4; November 5, 1910, p. 4;
November 6, 1910, p. 2.
Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1992, pp. 102-113.
Tales of Conjure and the Color Line : 10 Stories, 1998, pp. 47-56.

"Wine and Water"

Family Fiction, April 23, 1887 (CC).
Reprinted: Short Fiction, 1974, pp. 232-35.

Poems:

"The Ballad of Fair Oscar"

Tid-Bits, December 18, 1886 (CC).

"A Battle Hymn"

Social Circle Journal, XVIII (October, 1886), 1.

"A Father's Dream"

Cleveland Voice, March 8, 1885, p.2.

"The Garden"

n.p., December, 1886 (CC).

"An Oasis"

Tid-Bits, n.d. (CC).

"A Summer Cloud"

Cleveland Voice, August 30, 1885, p.2.

"To the Grand Army of the Republic"

Cleveland Leader, September 8, 1901, p.12.

Essays and Articles:

"Advice to Young Men"

Social Circle Journal, XXXVIII (November, 1886), 1.

"Charles W. Chesnutt's Own View of His New Story, 'The Marrow of Tradition'"

Cleveland World, October 20, 1901, Magazine Section, P.5.

"The Disfranchisement of the Negro." Booker T. Washington, et al.

The Negro Problem: A Series of Articles by Representative American Negroes of To-day. New York: James Pott, 1903, pp. 79-124.

"The Free Colored People of North Carolina"

Southern Workman, XXXI (March, 1902), 136-41.

"The Future American: A Complete Race Amalgamation Likely to Occur"

Boston Evening Transcript, September 1, 1900, p.24.

"The Future American: A Stream of Dark Blood in the Veins of Southern Whites"

Boston Evening Transcript, August 25, 1900, p.15.

"The Future American: What the Race Is Likely to Become in the Process of Time"

Boston Evening Transcript, August 18, 1900, p.20.

"Lincoln's Courtship"

Southwestern Christian Advocate, February 4, 1909, p.8.

"Methods of Teaching"

Minutes of the North Carolina State Teachers' Educational Association. Raleigh, N.C.: Baptist Standard Print, 1883, pp. 5-13.

"The Mission of the Drama"

Cygnet, January, 1920, pp.11-12 (CC).

"A Multitude of Counselors"

New York Independent, 43 April 2, 1891, pp. 4-5.

"The Negro in Cleveland"

Clevelander, V (November, 1930), 3-4, 24, 26-27.

"The Negro's Franchise"

Boston Evening Transcript, May 11, 1901, p. 18.

"Obliterating the Color Line"

Cleveland World, October :23, 1901, p. 4. Unsigned editorial attributed to Chesnutt.

"Peonage, Or the New Slavery"

Voice of the Negro, 1 (Sept. 1904) 394-97

"Post-Bellum-Pre-Harlem"

Colophon, II, No.5 (1931). Reprinted in Crisis, XL (June, 1931), 1934.
In: Elmer Adler, ed. Breaking into Print. New York: Simon and Shuster, 1937.

"Race Ideals and Examples"

A.M.E. Review, XXX, No.2 (1913), 101-117. Text of an address delivered at Wilberforce University, June, 1913.

"Race Prejudice: Its Causes and Its Cure"

Alexander's Magazine, I (July 15, 1905), 21-26. Text of an address delivered before the Boston Historical and Literary Association, June, 1905.

"Superstitions and Folk-Lore of the South"

Modern Culture, XIII (May, 1901), 231-35.
Reprinted in Alan Dundes, ed., Mother Wit from the Laughing Barrel. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1973. pp. 369-376.

"Things To Be Thankful For"

Social Circle Journal, 1886 (CC).

"A Visit to Tuskegee"

Cleveland Leader, March 31, 1901, p.19.

"What Is a White Man?"

New York Independent, May 30, 1889, p. 5-6.

"The White and the Black"

Boston Evening Transcript, March 20, 1901, p.13.

"Women's Rights"

Crisis, X (August, 1915), 182-83.

Miscellaneous:

"Advocates New Social House"

Cleveland Journal, December 2, 1905, P.1.
Reprint of a Chesnutt speech, "Does Central Avenue Need a Social Settlement House?" delivered before the Cleveland Negro Board of Trade, November, 1905.

"A Defamer of His Race"

Critic, 38.4 (April, 1901), 350-51.
Book review of William Hannibal Thomas, The American Negro (New York: Macmillan, 1901).

"American Orators and Oratory"

American orators and oratory: being a report of lectures delivered/by Thomas Wentworth Higginson at Western Reserve university; under the auspices of the Western Reserve Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. Reported by Charles W. Chesnutt. Published: Cleveland, OH: Imperial Press, 91 p.: Ill., 1901.

"The Negro in Art"

Crisis, XXXIII (November, 1926), 28-29.
Re-marks contributed to a symposium.

"The Negro in the South"

Boston Evening Transcript, September 20, 1899, p. 16.
Correspondent's summary of a Chesnutt lecture delivered at the Greenacre summer school in Elliot, Maine, in August, 1899.

"Negroes To Walk in Perry's Parade"

Cleveland Plain Dealer, September 8, 1913, p.3.
News article containing a brief Chesnutt essay on the role of Afro-Americans in the War of 1812.

"On the Future of His People."

Saturday Evening Post, 20 January 1900, p. 646.
(Book review of Booker T. Washington's The Future of the American Negro, Boston: Small, Maynard. 1899.)

"A Plea for the American Negro"

Critic, XXXVI (February, 1900),160-63.
Book review of Washington's The Future of the American Negro.

"Pussy Meow: The Autobiography of a Cat, S. L. Patteson"

Modern Culture, XIV (November, 1901), 261. (Book review.)