Guernsey, Lucy Ellen

Lucy Ellen Guernsey (1826-1899) was born in Pittsford, New York. Her sister Clara F. Guernsey, was also a writer, whom she lived with many years. Many of her stories have a beneficial moral message and were published by the American Sunday-School Union. She wrote over 60 stories and books, including the popular "Irish Amy."

 

Curiosmith features:

Mabel or the Bitter Root: A Tale of the Times of James the First.

 

Lucy Ellen Guernsey booklist:

  • Alice and Bessie
  • Binney the Beaver and Other Stories
  • Blue Socks; or, Count the Cost
  • Chevalier's Daughter (The): Being One of the Stanton Corbet Chronicles
  • Child's Treasure of Stories (The)
  • Christmas at Cedar Hill: A Holiday Story-Book
  • Christmas Earnings; or, Ethel Fletcher's Temptation (The)
  • Claribel; or, Rest at Last
  • Cousin Deborah's Story, or, The Great Plague
  • Cub's Apple; or, Next Time
  • Dark Night; or, Fear of Man Bringeth a Snare (A)
  • Ethel's Trial in Becoming a Missionary
  • Fairchilds (The); or, Do What You Can
  • Foster-Sisters (The): or, Lucy Corbet's Chronicle
  • Grandmother Brown's School-Days; or, Education As It Was Seventy Years Since
  • Heiress of McGregor (The); or, Living for Self
  • Henry Willson's Voyage: or, Only in Fun
  • Hidden Treasure (The): A Tale Of Troublous Times
  • Irish Amy
  • Jenny and the Birds
  • Jenny and the Insects, or, Little Toilers and Their Industries
  • Kitty Maynard; or, To Obey Is Better Than Sacrifice
  • Lady Betty's Governess: or, The Corbet Chronicles
  • Lady Rosamond's Book; or, Dawnings of Light - Second Part of The Stanton-Corbet Chronicles
  • Langham Revels; or, The Fair Dame of Stanton
  • Lent In Earnest (A); or, Sober Thoughts for Solemn Days
  • Loveday's History: A Tale of Many Changes
  • Mabel, or, The Bitter Root, A Tale of the Times of James the First
  • Milly; or, The Hidden Cross.
  • Miss Georgine's Husband
  • Mission-Box (The); or, Doing Good and getting Good
  • Mother's Mission (The): Sketches from Real Life
  • Myra Sherwood's Cross, and How She Bore It
  • Nellie; or, the Best Inheritance
  • No Talent and Phil's Pansies
  • Object of Life (The)
  • Old Stanfield House
  • Oldham; or, Beside All Waters
  • Only in Fun; or, Henry Wilson's Voyage
  • Opposite Neighbours
  • Orphan Nieces; or, Duty and Inclination
  • Pattie Durant: A tale of 1662
  • Percy's Holidays
  • Ready Work for Willing Hands: or, The Story of Edith Allison
  • Red Plant (The)
  • Rhoda's Education; or, Too Much of a Good Thing
  • School-Girls' Treasury; or, Stories for Thoughtful Girls (The)
  • Story of a Hessian: A Tale of the Revolution in New Jersey
  • Sunday-School Exhibition and its Consequences
  • Sword of De Bardwell
  • Tabby's and Her Travels; or, The Holiday Adventures of a Kitten: A Christmas and New-Year's Story
  • Tame Turtle (The): or, Geordie McGregor's Trouble
  • Tatler (The); or, The History of Patty Steele
  • Three Girls of the Revolution
  • Through Unknown Ways: or, The Journal-Books of Mrs. Dorathea Studley
  • Twin Roses And How They Were Trained (The)
  • Unknown Ways
  • Upward and Onward; or, The History of Rob. Merritt
  • Washington and Seventy-Six. By Lucy E. And Clara F. Guernsey
  • Willing to Be Useful, or, Principle and Duty Illustrated in the Story Of Edith Allison
  • Winifred, or, After Many Days
  • Winifred; or, English Maiden in the Seventeenth Century