Anonymous Author Evelyn Whitaker
Biography: Evelyn Whitaker
The Buttercups
Two Letters
by the author of Honor Bright
Points of confusion
Collection Catalog
Topical Index
Digitized Titles by Evelyn Whitaker
Miss Toosey's Mission
Laddie & Lassie
Tip Cat
Letters to Our Working Party
Our Little Ann
Rose and Lavender
Baby John
Baby Bob
For the Fourth Time of Asking
My Honey
Rob [Rob and Kit]
Tom's Boy
Lassie & Laddie
Gay, a Story
K Cummings Pipes
Christ Church, San Pancras, Albany Street
The Woman Novelist as Theologian
Whitaker Citings
Unlisted pages
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Wikipedia: Evelyn Whitaker

Listing of titles by Evelyn Whitaker that have been digitized.

These titles are back in print.
Tip Cat, Boston:  Roberts Brothers, 1884
Pen, Boston:  Roberts Brothers, 1888
Zoe, Boston:  Roberts Brothers, 1890
Rob and Kit, Boston:  Little, Brown, 1899

Kessinger Publishing Rare Reprints

British Library Integrated Catalogue

Library of Congress

The Online Books Page (U. Penn.)

A Celebration of Women Writers (U. Penn.)

Wright American Fiction 1851-1875 (Indiana U.)

New General Catalog of Old Books and Authors

19th Century British & American Copyright law. The Victorian Web

Links to other women writers:
Charlotte M. Brame a.k.a. Bertha M. Clay (1836-1884) 

American Women's Dime Novels

L.T. Meade (1854-1914)

Women in the Literary Marketplace (Cornell U.)

Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards (1850-1943)

Laura E. Richards article by Diedre Johnson

Wikipedia lists titles by Laura E. Richards

add links to women authors
Mary C. Rowsell
Mary Dow Brine
Evelyn Maud Whitaker
Sue Chestnutwood Perkins
Gene Stratton Porter
Mable Fuller Blodgett

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