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Lucia Fidelia Woolley Gillette
A bibliography of short stories, essays, hymns, and poems
The following Gillette items are available on the Internet.
Thanks to the Andover Harvard Library and Archives,
Google Books, HathiTrust, the University of Michigan, and others
involved in the Google Books scanning project.


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1909 postcard

Poem: "To Lyra" by Laura Eggleston 12 Mar 1847 - Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate
"Memory Pictures.--No. II" Geneva, New York and Seneca Lake 26 Mar 1847 - Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate
Poem: "A Response, to Miss Laura Eggleston" 23 Apr 1847 - Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate
Poem: "A Day in January, 1847" 21 May 1847 - Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate
Poem: "We're Away on the Waters" also editor's note: Sister Lyra - 11 Jun 1847 - Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate
Oration: Truth and Right 18 Jun 1847 - Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate
To Correspondents Lyra is welcomed to our columns - 24 Feb 1848 - Primitive Expounder
Poem: "Irondequoit" Creek about leaving New York - 24 Feb 24 1848 - Primitive Expounder
Poem: "My Little Pet" 18 May 1848 - Primitive Expounder
Poem: "Florence Paddack" little floy, August 1848 - Ladies' Repository
Poem: "The Lay of an Invalid" long illness, in Father's hands, October 1848 - Ladies' Repository
Essay: "The Power of Universalism, in several chapters" is announced. 02 Nov 1848 - Primitive Expounder
Poem: "Let me go to my home" Weary to cross the ocean of Death, March 1849 - Ladies' Repository
Poem: "Our Little Jack" , February 1849 - Ladies' Repository
Obituary: "Lydia M. Brown" Universalist meeting in west- Sep 1849 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: Rev. S. R. Smith" - Jul 1850 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Little Cora, or the Ministry of a Child Angel" Lizzie Brown and Lyra - Sep 1850 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "My Sister's Bridal - Feb 1851 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Lizzie Brown, part 1" - Aug 1851 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Lizzie Brown, part 2" - Sep 1851 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Lizzie Brown, part 3" - Oct 1851 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "Faded Flowers" - Oct 1851 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "The Angel of the Fireside - Oct 1852 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Bell Summers, Chapter 1" - Nov 1852 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Bell Summers, Chapter 2" - Dec 1852 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "Little Carrie" - Jan 1853 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "Georgie" - Jun 1853 - The Ladies' Repository
Letter to the editor, Br. Bacon: Death of Rev. E. M. Woolley - Jul 1853 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "Memories to Mrs. H. S. Greenman" - Sep 1853 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "The Cot on the Hill Side" - Jul 1854 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "To The Silver Unadilla" - Aug 1854 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "All is Well" - Aug 1854 - The Ladies' Repository

Book: "Memoir of the Rev. Edward Mott Woolley" - 1855

Story: Charley Gray, Chapter I" Jul 1855 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: Charley Gray, Chapter II" Sep 1855- The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "The Gift of Flowers" Oct 1855 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: Regulus" Feb 1856 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Ashes of Roses" - Mar 1857 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Leaves from a Sick Room. No. I" - Dec 1859 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "Let Us Go Home to Father's" - Dec 1859 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Leaves from a Sick Room. No. II" - Jan 1860 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Leaves from a Sick Room. No. III" - Feb 1860 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Leaves from a Sick Room. No. IV" - Mar 1860 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Leaves from a Sick Room. No. V" - Apr 1860 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Leaves from a Sick Room. No. VI" - May 1860 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Leaves from a Sick Room. No. VII" - Jun 1860 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Leaves from a Sick Room. No. VIII" grandmother reads, parents attend to children - July 1860 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "To My Youngest Brother" - Jun 1860 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "The Erring - Jun 1860 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Leaves from a Sick Room. No. IX" Sleigh ride - Oct 1860 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "To My Youngest Sister" - Oct 1860 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Leaves from a Sick Room. No. X" school compositions, father's old sermons, the old homestead gone - Nov 1860 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Leaves from a Sick Room. No. XI" Young school marm - Nov 1860 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Leaves from a Sick Room. No. XII" Woman's equality and man's superiority - Apr 1861 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: Baby Frank" - Apr 1861 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Leaves from a Sick Room. No. XIII" Spring comes in April - May 1861- The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Gold Dust Gathered in My Journey" Sep 1862- The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "He Died at Home" - November 1863 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Mile-Stones in My Pilgrimage, No. 1" Dec 1863- The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "Hearty" Dec 1863- The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "Oh, Carry Me Back With You, Father!" depression over wandering husband Apr 1864- The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "Edward-Son of Mr. & Mrs. P. B. Ring" September 24, 1864 - The New Covenant
Story: "Milestones in My Pilgrimage: Number II" A child's grave in winter March 1865 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "Little Mary" September 2, 1865 - "Readings for the Young" The New Covenant
Poem: "Florence Paddock" Oct 1865- The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Milestones in My Pilgrimage" Jan 1866- The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Milestones in My Pilgrimage" May 1866 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "Thanksgiving: Dedicated to Rev. C. W. Knickerbacker" who raised funds, oversaw moving her father's body to Elmwood Cemetery in Detroit, and erected a white marble monument. July 14, 1866 - The New Covenant
Poem: "Sorrowful Hours" Sep 1867 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "The Lady of The Lake: Chapter 1" Michigan pioneer, delayed marriage, two taverns, Daisy Hollow on the Clinton Nov 1868 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "Will Wild" cold husband Dec 1868 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Milestones in My Pilgrimage" July 1870 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Molly White's Goodness" doing good quietly Sep 1870 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "No Father" Sep 1870 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "The Mother's Love" sons in this war Dec 1870 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Woman and Religion" human tenderness withdrawn Nov 1870 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Little Barbara, Chapter I" marriage, foster child, temperance Jan 1871 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "Ode. Laying a Corner-Stone" 1871 - The Odd-Fellows's improved manual
Story: "At Evening" Sep 1871 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Was it Nelly's Will?" escape an arranged marriage Apr 1871 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "An Autumn Day" Nov 1871 - The Ladies' Repository
Poem: "The Flag of Washington" 1872 - The United States Reader (widely reprinted)
Story: "A Thought of Margaret Fuller" Feb 1872 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "A Child's Thought of Death" Apr 1872 - The Ladies' Repository
Story: "Was He A Hero?" Jan 1885 - Manford's Magazine
Story: "From an Unpublished Manuscript" death and children Mar 1885 - Manford's Magazine
Essay: "The Unsatisfied Heart" Apr 1885 - Manford's Magazine
Essay: "Sacred Places" May 1885 - Manford's Magazine
Essay: "Religion" Aug 1885 - Manford's Magazine
Essay: "Woman and Religion" September 1892 - Manford's Magazine
Recitation: "Hallowe'en" 1903 - Werner's readings and recitations


1909 postcard
Hymns
Hymn: "Jesus Leads Me Every Day" 1880 - The Mornning Light!
Hymn: "I will not Forget, Our Father is True" 1880 - The Morning Light!
Hymn: "Come to My Kingdom" 1880 - The Mornning Light!
Hymn: "Be True, Boys!" 1880 - The Mornning Light!
Hymn: "The Beautiful World" 1880 - The Mornning Light!
Hymn: "I Will Not Forget, Our Father is True" 1887 - Beautiful Songs . . . For the Sunday School
Hymn: "The Beautiful World" 1887 - Beautiful Songs . . . For the Sunday School

Books
Book: "Memoir of Rev. Edward Mott Woolley" 1855 - Abel Tompkins, Boston, Massachusetts
Book: "Pebbles From the Shore" 1879 - H. J. Vail, Publisher, New Sharon, Iowa
Book: "Floating Leaves" 1881 - Herald Steam Printing House, S. C. Stacy, Proprietor, Tecumseh, Michigan
by M. & D. [Mother and Daughter]

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Article by Jim Nugent - posted January 27, 2015

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