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H. H. In Southern California by Charles Dudley Warner

Habit, I've beat my way

Hachiro Tametomo, the Archer by Yei Theodora Ozaki

Haddad Ben Ahab the Traveller by John Galt

Haddam Enchantments

Hafbur and Signe, by George Borrow

Hagar and Ishmael

Hague by M. Prior

Halcyon Birds by Lenore Elizabeth Mulets

Half Chick, Retold by Andrew Lang

Half Hours with the Idiot, by John Kendrick Bangs

Half Man by Thomas Wentworth

Hall, by Washington Irving

Hallowed Ground by Thomas Campbell

Halt! by John Strange Winter

Halting Step by S. Elizabeth Hall

Hamilton by James C. Carter

Hamlin Garland

Hamlin Garland's Literary Beginning by Edwin Watts Chubb

Hammerpond Burglary by H. G. Wells

Hampstead Mystery, by John R. Watson & Arthur J. Rees

Hand by Guy de Maupassant

Hand of Douglas by Annie Fellows Johnston

Hand of Fu-Manchu, by Sax Rohmer

Hands of the Malays by George Alfred Henty

Handsome Hands by Anonymous

Handy Andy by Anonymous

Hannibal by Faye Huntington

Hans Christian Andersen, Child Life

Hans in Luck, by Brothers Grimm

Hans Married, by Brothers Grimm

Hans the Hedgehog, by Brothers Grimm

Hansel and Grethel by W. and J. Grimm

Happiest Man in I-O-Way by Rupert Hughes

Happiness by Anton Chekhov

Happy and Unhappy Theologians, by W. B. Yeats

Happy Boy by John Wesley

Happy Ending, by Mack Reynolds and Fredric Brown

Happy Farmer by Chu Kwang-Hi

Happy Farmer by Mortimer C. Brown

Happy Hypocrite, by Max Beerbohm

Happy Mary by John Wesley

Happy Miner, I'm a happy miner,

Happy Prince and Other Tales, by Oscar Wilde

Happy Unfortunate, by Robert Silverberg

Happy Waterman by Hannah More

Harald the Viking by Thomas Wentworth

Hard Guy, by H. B. Carleton

Hard Times by M. B. Smith

Hard Times, Come listen a while

Hard to Hit, by Ernest Ingersoll

Hardy Shrubs for Forcing by Wm. Falconer

Hardyknute, a Fragment

Hare and the Hedgehog by Brothers Grimm

Hare by Francis C. Woodworth

Hare Hunting by Frances E. Slaughter

Hares and Men, A Santhal Pargana Tale

Hares Bride, by Brothers Grimm

Harlem Tragedy by O. Henry

Harmonious Lobsters by Robert Reece

Harp That Once Through Tara's Halls by Thomas Moore

Harras, the Bold Leaper by Karl Theodor Körner

Harrison's Slight Error by P. G. Wodehouse

Harry Bale

Harry Bolton’s Curacy

Harry Lossing by Octave Thanet

Harry Main: The Treasure and the Cats

Hartlepool Lighthouse by Anonymous

Harvest Home by Anonymous

Hashish Man, by Lord Dunsany

Hashnu the Stonecutter, A Japanese Story

Hasjelti and Hostjoghon, by Katharine Berry Judson

Hasty Judgment

Hateful Hen by Edgar Wilson Nye

Hatred of the Queen by L. Adams Beck

Hattie and Herbert by the American Sunday-School Union

Haughty Aspen by Nora Archibald Smith

Haunted and the Haunters, by Edward Bulwer Lytton

Haunted by G. Ranger Wormser

Haunted Dragoon, by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

Haunted House, A True Ghost Story, by Walter Hubbell

Haunted House, by Virginia Woolf

Haunted House, by Washington Irving

Haunted House on Duchess Street by John Charles Dent

Haunted Houses in Conn's Half, by St John D. Seymour

Haunted Houses in Mogh's Half, by St John D. Seymour

Haunted Houses in or Near Dublin, by St John D. Seymour

Haunted Mill by Charles M. Skinner

Haunted Places, by St John D. Seymour

Haunted Ships by Allan Cunningham

Haunter of Churchyards, by W. H. Hudson

Hauntings, by Vernon Lee

Haunts of Wild Beasts by C. A. Stephens

Have you been at Carrack? by Edward Walsh

Havelok Hid from the Traitor by F. J. H. Darton

Havelok Married Against His Will by F. J. H. Darton

Havelok Wins Back His Kingdom by F. J. H. Darton

Hawick Spate by Alexander Campbell

Hawking, by Washington Irving

Hawks and Their Friends, Re-told by Ellen C. Babbitt

Hawthorne and the Scarlet Letter by Edwin Watts Chubb

Hay Time by Newton

Haying Time by Hamlin Garland

Hazard of New Fortunes, by William Dean Howells

Hazard of New Fortunes, Part First by William Dean Howells

Hazard of New Fortunes, Part Second by William Dean Howells

Hazard of New Fortunes, Part Third by William Dean Howells

Hazard of New Fortunes, Part Fourth by William Dean Howells

Hazard of New Fortunes, Part Fifth by William Dean Howells

Hazel Brook Farm by H. S. Caswell

Hazel Squirrel and Other Stories by Howard B. Famous

He and She by Frances Fuller Victor

He Couldn't Say No by M. E. B.

He Sets Forth on His Adventures by Judge Parry

He Who Has Vision by Folger McKinsey

He Who Knew Not Fear by Anonymous

He Worried About It by Sam Walter Foss

Head Measurements of the Trophies

Head of A Priest, by Gertrude Atherton

Headless Skeleton of Swamptown

Heads, by Fannie Hurst

Headsman: A Tale of Doom

Heart, by Henry Slesar

Heart of Princess Joan by Mary De Morgan

Heart of the Range, by William Patterson White

Heart of the Rockies, by G. A. Henty

Heart of the Sunset, by Rex Beach

Heartbreak Cameo by Lizzie W. Champney

Heartbreak Hill

Hearts Highway, A Romance of Virginia, by Mary E. Wilkins

Hearts Secret, by Maturin Murray

Hearts Unfortified by Annie Eliot Trumbull

Heather Lintie by S. R. Crockett

Heavenly Inheritance by Summerfield

Heavenly Wedding by Brothers Grimm

Heavy Collar and the Ghost Woman, by George Bird Grinnell

Hedge School by William Carleton

Hedonist, by John Galsworthy

Height of the Ridiculous by Oliver Wendell Holmes

Heil! by Lyle Monroe

Heir of the McHulishes by Bret Harte

Heiress from Redhorse by Ambrose Bierce

Heiress of Red Dog by Bret Harte

Heirs by Boris Pilniak

Heirs of Kellie by Mrs. Margaret Oliphant

Heist Job on Thizar, by Gordon Randall Garrett

Helen of Troy, by A. Lang

Helena, by Mrs. Humphry Ward

Helena's Husband by Philip Moeller

Hell Bound Train, A Texas cowboy

Hell fer Sartain and Other Stories by John Fox, Jr.

Hell Gate, by Washington Irving

Hell in Texas, The devil

Hellas by Sir Rennell Rodd

Hellhounds of the Cosmos, by Clifford Donald Simak

Help Yourselves by William M. Thayer

Helpful Robots, by Robert J. Shea

Helpless Situation by Mark Twain

Hen, by Lord Dunsany

Hen that hatched Ducks by Harriet Beecher Stowe

Henrietta Maria, Wife of Charles I by Agnes Strickland

Henry C. Carey, and his Political Economy by Rufus W. Griswold

Henry Clay Sherburne

Henry Clay, the Great Commoner by Martha Grassham Purcell

Henry David Thoreau by Edwin Watts Chubb

Henry IV.'s Soliloquy on Sleep by Shakespeare

Henry James, Jr., by William Dean Howells

Henry Oakes Kent by H. H. Metcalf

Henry Ward Beecher, from the Contemporary Review

Henry William Blair

Hepaticas by Anne Douglas Sedgwick

Hepaticas, by Madison Cawein

Her Hero by Ethel M. Dell

Her Ideal by Kate Masterson

Her Majesty's Servants by Rudyard Kipling

Her Neighbor's Landmark by Annie Eliot Trumbull

Her Right by George A. Birmingham

Her Weight in Gold by George Barr McCutcheon

Her White Bosom Bare, The sun had gone down

Hercules and Nessus by H. P. Maskell

Hercules and the Golden Apples by Nathaniel Hawthorne

Herd Boy and the Witches, A Santhal Pargana Tale

Here are Ladies, by James Stephens

Here she goes, and there she goes by James Nack

Hereditary Goblet, From the Swedish of Uncle Adam

Here's to the Ranger!, He leaves unplowed his furrow,

Here’s Your Mule

Heritage by James Russell Lowell

Hermann Kriege

Hermione and Her Little Group of Serious Thinkers by Don Marquis

Hermit and the Wild Woman and Other Stories by Edith Wharton

Hermit of ------ Street, by Anna Katharine Green

Hermit's Daughter, Translated by S. M. Mitra

Hernani by Victor Hugo

Hero, A Story of the American Revolution

Hero and Leander by Mrs. Guy E. Lloyd

Hero and Leander, from the Greek of Musaeus

Hero and Some Other Folks, by William A. Quayle

Hero Tales, by James Baldwin

Heroes of New Swishford by Talbot Baines Reed

Heroine of Long Point, by John Greenleaf Whittier

Heroism in Housekeeping, by Jane Welsh Carlyle

Heroism of Sir Walter Scott by Edwin Watts Chubb

Herr Korbes, by Brothers Grimm

Herr Sinclair by E. Storm

Hers Not to Reason Why, by Fannie Hurst

Hic Jacet, by Oliver Onions

Hickory, Dickory, Dock by Penn Shirley

Hidden Creek, by Katharine Newlin Burt

Hidden Masterpiece, by Honore de Balzac

Hidden Servants by Sara Cone Bryant

Hiding Places in War Times by J. H. Gore

Hieroglyphic Tales, by Horace Walpole

High School Boys Canoe Club, by H. Irving Hancock

High School Boys Fishing Trip, by H. Irving Hancock

High School Boys in Summer Camp, by H. Irving Hancock

High School Boys Training Hike, by H. Irving Hancock

High School Captain of the Team, by H. Irving Hancock

High School Freshmen, by H. Irving Hancock

High School Left End, by H. Irving Hancock

High School Pitcher, by H. Irving Hancock

High Tide by Jean Ingelow

High Water Mark by Bret Harte

Higher Aims by August Strindberg

Higher Claim, by Bartimeus

Highland Brigade Buries its Dead by Lieut.-Col. W. T. Reay

Highland Drover: A Song, by Robert Bloomfield

Highland Mary by Robert Burns

Hill of Dreams, by Arthur Machen

Hill of Trouble by Arthur Christopher Benson

Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit by S. M. Mitra and Nancy Bell

Hints for the Household by Edgar Wilson Nye

Hints to the Traveler by Edgar Wilson Nye

Hippopotamus and the Rhinoceros, by Anonymous

Hippopotamus by Francis C. Woodworth

Hippothanasia, or, the Last of Tails by William Jerdan

Hiram A. Tuttle by John Wheeler

Hired Baby by Marie Corelli

His Avenger by Guy de Maupassant

His Christmas Miracle by Charles Egbert Craddock

His "Day in Court" by Charles Egbert Craddock

His Girl by George A. Birmingham

His Hero by Margaret Minor

His Honor, The District Judge by John Le Breton

His Hour, by Elinor Glyn

His Last Bow, by Arthur Conan Doyle

His Lordship and Miss O'Callaghan, A Comedy by Charles Kennett Burrow

His Majesty the King by Rudyard Kipling

His Masterpiece by Andrew Barton 'Banjo' Paterson

His Mother's Portrait, by Selma Lagerlof

His Mother's Song, Beneath the hot midsummer sun

His New Mittens by Stephen Crane

His Stock in Trade by Rex Beach

His Three Trials by Kate Gannett Wells

His Unquiet Ghost by Charles Egbert Craddock

His Widow's Husband by Jacinto Benevente

His Wife's Deceased Sister by Frank Stockton

Historian, by Washington Irving

History of Ali Cogia, A Merchant of Bagdad

History of Dick Whittington and His Cat by Old Chapbook

History of English Literature by Hippolyte Adolphe Taine

History of Jack the Giant-Killer

History of Richard Raynal, Solitary, by Robert Hugh Benson

History of Tom Thumb

History of Tom Thumb and Other Stories by Anonymous

Hobomak by Charles M. Skinner

Hochenheimer of Cincinnati, by Fannie Hurst

Hocken and Hunken, A Tale of Troy, by A. T. Quiller-Couch

Hohenlinden by Thomas Campbell

Hohenzollerns in America, by Stephen Leacock

Hok Lee and the Dwarfs, Retold by Andrew Lang

Holiday in Bed, by J. M. Barrie

Holiday Luck, by Sara Conant

Holiday Romance, by Charles Dickens

Holiday Round, by A. A. Milne

Holland by Andrew Marvell

Hollow Land, by William Morris

Hollow of Her Hand, by George Barr McCutcheon

Hollow Peace, by H. L. Havell

Holly Bough, by Mackay

Holly Tree, by Charles Dickens

Holly Tree, by Paul H. Hayne

Hollyhocks by Florence Finch Kelly

Holy, Holy, Holy. Altered from Reginald Heber

Holy Place by Zona Gale

Home by Edgar A. Guest

Home Coming by Rabindranath Tagore

Home Coming of Jim Wilkes by Bret Harte

Home Mission, by T. S. Arthur

Home of Thunder

Home on the Range, Oh, give me a home

Home Seekers' Goal, by Samuel Hopkins Adams

Home They Brought Her Warrior Dead by Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Homecoming of Ulysses by M. M. Bird

Homer and Classical Philology, by Friedrich Nietzsche

Homespun Dress by Carrie Bell Sinclair

Homesteaders, A Novel by Robert J. C. Stead

Homo, by F. Hopkinson Smith

Honest Ant, by Jeannette Marks

Hong the Currier, translated by George Soulié

Honor of the Big Snows, by James Oliver Curwood

Hoodooed by Alice Hegan Rice

Hood’s Old Brigade by Miss Mollie E. Moore

Hood’s Texas Brigade

Hoof Mark on the Wall, A German Legend

Hoofer, by Walter M. Miller

Hooking Watermelons, by Edward Bellamy

Hop O' My Thumb

Hop O' My Thumb, Retold by Joseph Jacobs

Hope, At summer eve, when Heaven's ethereal bow

Horatius at the Bridge by James Baldwin

Horn in Exile by F. J. H. Darton

Horn is Dubbed Knight by F. J. H. Darton

Horn the Knight Errant by F. J. H. Darton

Horned Women, by Joseph Jacobs

Horn's Return by F. J. H. Darton

Horrible by Guy de Maupassant

Horror: A True Tale by Anonymous

Horror of the Heights by Arthur Conan Doyle

Horrors of the Bull Fight by Sidney Gowing

Horse Car Incident

Horse Marines at Galveston

Horse Show by William Dean Howells

Horse That Aroused the Town, by Lillian M. Gask

Horse who Wore Snow Shoes by Anonymous

Horse Wrangler, I thought one spring just for fun

Horseback Ride by Sara Jane Lippincott

Horseheads by Charles M. Skinner

Horseman in the Sky, by Ambrose Bierce

Horsemanship, by Washington Irving

Horses, by James Stephens

Horses, by Stephen Crane

Horses Tale, by Mark Twain

Horticultural Exhibitions in London by W. Goldring

Hospital Sketches, by Louisa May Alcott

Hostler's Story by J. T. Trowbridge

Hotel Experience of Mr. Pink Fluker, by Richard Malcolm Johnston

Houlihan's Equation, by Walt Sheldon

Hour Before Execution by Miss Maria E. Jones

House and the Brain by Lord Edward Bulwer-Lytton

House Boat on the Styx, by John Kendrick Bangs

House Bonga, A Santhal Pargana Tale

House in the Wood

House of Eld, by Robert Louis Stevenson

House of Elmore by F. W. Robinson

House of Silvery Voices, by Samuel Hopkins Adams

House of Strange Stories by Andrew Lang

House of Suddhoo by Rudyard Kipling

House of the Seven Gables, by Nathaniel Hawthorne

House of the Vampire, by George Sylvester Viereck

House of the Whispering Pines, by Anna Katharine Green

House of Whispers, by William Le Queux

House that Was Not, by Elia W. Peattie

House with Nobody In It by Joyce Kilmer

House with the Mezzanine and Other Stories by Anton Chekhov

Household Tales by Brothers Grimm

How A Blacksmith's Boy Became A Knight by Paul Hull

How A Boy was Cured of Boasting by Mabel Powers

How A Fast Train Is Run by Russell Doubleday

How A Good Dinner was Lost by Fannie Benedict

How A President is Inaugurated by Clifford Howard

How a Tiger Was Killed, A Santhal Pargana Tale

How an Indian Boy won his Name by Mabel Powers

How Automobiles Work by Russell Doubleday

How Bess Managed Tom by Unknown

How Brother Rabbit Fooled the Whale and the Elephant by Sara Cone Bryant

How Catherine Douglas Tried to Save King James of Scotland by Charlotte M. Yonge

How Colonel Kate Won Her Spurs by Florence Finch Kelly

How Cousin Wildcat Served Br'er Fox

How Danny Said he was Sorry by Anonymous

How Dickon Came by His Name by Harold Frederic

How Did the Canary Do It?, by Celia Thaxter

How Did You Die? by Edmund Vance Cooke

How do I find Old Sarum

How Don Diego Fought the Three Brothers by Robert Southey

How Don Quixote Arrived at an Inn Which He Imagined to be a Castle by Judge Parry

How Dorothy Helped the Angel by Unknown

How Father Tom Connolly Began to Be a Saint by Francis Clement Kelley

How Fidelia went to the Store by Mary E. Wilkins

How Fremont crossed the Mountains by Edward Eggleston

How Good and Evil came to Be by Mabel Powers

How Great is the Glory of Kwannon by L. Adams Beck

How Guglielmo Marconi Telegraphs Without Wires by Russell Doubleday

How Heat Produces Cold, Artificial Ice-Making by Russell Doubleday

How Hiram Spent his Shrimp Money by Anonymous

How I became a Yeoman by Professor Aytoun

How I Stood for the Dreepdaily Burghs by Professor Aytoun

How I Won my Handicap by Told by the Winner

How Ian Direach Got the Blue Falcon, from the West Highlands

How Isuro the Rabbit Tricked Gudu

How it Feels to be Fifty, by Ellis Parker Butler

How it Happened by Arthur Conan Doyle

How Jack Hastings Sold His Mine by Frances Fuller Victor

How Joan the Maid Took Largess from the English by Anonymous

How June Found Massa Linkum by Elizabeth S. Phelps

How Little Duke Jarl Saved the Castle, by Laurence Housman

How Little John Joined Robin Hood by Bertha E. Bush

How Little Shooter lost his Luck by Mabel Powers

How Livia Won the Brooch by Beatrice Harraden

How Maggie Paid the Rent

How Manawyddan Caught a Thief by Lady Charlotte Guest

How Marc was Made Captain by Francis Sterne Palmer

How Margery Wondered by Lucy Larcom

How Mice overcame the Warriors by Mabel Powers

How Morning Star lost her Fish by Mabel Powers

How Moses was Saved by Sara Cone Bryant

How Much Land Does A Man Need? by Leo Tolstoy

How Napoleon crossed the Alps by James Baldwin

How Napoleon Rewarded His Men by Baron de Marbot

How Obadiah Brought About a Thanksgiving by Emily Hewitt Leland

How Old Man Above Created the World, by Katharine Berry Judson

How Old Man Winter was driven Back by Mabel Powers

How Old Wiggins Wore Ship by Captain Roland T. Coffin

How One Girl Showed that She Was Sorry

How One Went Out to Woo by Sir George W. Dasent

How Our Fathers were Physicked by J. A. Langford, LL.D.

How Payne Bucked Up by P. G. Wodehouse

How People Lived in the Time of Ulysses, by Andrew Lang

How Phidias Helped the Image-Maker by Beatrice Harraden

How Pillingshot Scored by P. G. Wodehouse

How Polly Elliott Came Across the Plains by Ella M. Sexton

How Pwyll Outwitted Gawl by Lady Charlotte Guest

How Reelfoot Lake Was Formed by Martha Grassham Purcell

How Reynard Outwitted Bruin

How Robin Hood Drew His Bow for the Last Time by Mary Macleod

How Robin Hood Was Paid His Loan by Mary Macleod

How Robin Hood Went Back to the Greenwood by Mary Macleod

How Salvator Won by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

How Sampo Lappelill saw the Mountain King by Z. Topelius

How Sancho Paid the Reckoning at the Inn by Judge Parry

How Shakspere Came to Write the Tempest, by Rudyard Kipling

How Shall we Govern our Childern? by Nora A. Smith

How Shanggasba buried his Father

How She Learned to Speak by Helen Adams Keller

How Sir Galahad Won the Red Cross Shield by Beatrice Clay

How Sir Launcelot Saw the Holy Grail by Beatrice Clay

How Six Men Got on in the World, by Brothers Grimm

How Smaland and Schonen Came To Be

How Spirits Materialize by Anonymous

How Sun, Moon and Wind Went out to Dinner by E. Frere

How Sweetie's Ship Came In, A Christmas Story by Margaret Field

How the Alphabet Was Made by Rudyard Kipling

How the Arabs Bake their Bread

How the Birds Got Their Feathers, Iroquois Myth

How the Blackfoot Hunted, by George Bird Grinnell

How the Blackfoot Lived, by George Bird Grinnell

How the Bluebird Got its Color by Katharine Berry Judson

How the Camel Got his Hump by Rudyard Kipling

How the Captain Got His Steamer Out by Robert Barr

How the Child of the Sea Was Made Knight by Robert Southey

How the Coon outwitted the Fox by Mabel Powers

How the Crickets Brought Good Fortune by P. J. Stahl

How the Enemy Came to Thlunrana, by Lord Dunsany

How the Fairies worked Magic by Mabel Powers

How the Farmboy Became an Editor by Horace Greeley

How the First Letter Was Written by Rudyard Kipling

How the Gods Avenged Meoul Ki Ning, by Lord Dunsany

How the Indians learned to Heal by Mabel Powers

How the Iroquois give Thanks by Mabel Powers

How the King Came to Sherwood Forest by Mary Macleod

How the Leopard Got his Spots by Rudyard Kipling

How the Man Found his Mate, by Frank Bird Linderman

How the Monkey Saved his Troop, Re-told by Ellen C. Babbitt

How the Office of Postman Fell Vacant In Otford-under-the-Wold, by Lord Dunsany

How the Raindrops and Sunbeams Helped by Ellen Robena Field

How the Rattlesnake Learned to Bite by Katharine Berry Judson

How the Rhinoceros Got his Skin by Rudyard Kipling

How the Robin burned his Breast by Mabel Powers

How the Sheriff Took Sir Richard Prisoner by Mary Macleod

How the Stalos Were Tricked, from, Lappländische Mährchen

How the Stone-age Children Played by Charles C. Abbott

How the Tales came to be told by Giambattista Basile

How the Turkey Buzzard Got His Suit by Mabel Powers

How the Two Ivans Quarrelled by Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol

How the Whale Got his Throat by Rudyard Kipling

How the White Man came by Mabel Powers

How the Wicked Sons were Duped by Joseph Jacob

How the Widow saved her Son’s Life

How the Widow Won the Deacon, by William James Lampton

How the Woman overcame the Bear by Mabel Powers

How the World Was Made, by John Maurice Miller

How Theseus Found His Father by Nathaniel Hawthorne

How they brought the Good News from Ghent to Aix by Robert Browning

How they Stopped the “Run” by Anthony Hope

How Thierry Vanquished Ganelon by Sir George W. Cox

How to Attain True Greatness by T. S. Arthur

How to Become a Christian by Burrell

How to Fail in Literature, by Andrew Lang

How to Make a Lawn by W. J. Beal

How to Make a Paper. from Sharpe's Mag.

How to Make History Dates Stick by Mark Twain

How to Pick Out a Birthplace by Edgar Wilson Nye

How to Tell A Story by Mark Twain

How Two Indian Boys settled a Quarrel by Mabel Powers

How Two Schoolboys Killed a Bear by H. F. Marsh

How Ulysses Invented the Device of the Horse of Tree, by Andrew Lang

How Ulysses Stole the Luck of Troy, by Andrew Lang

How Uncle Mose Counted the Eggs

How Uncle Sam Observes Christmas by Clifford Howard

How we Act, Not How we Look by Grace Greenwood

How we Bought Louisiana by Helen Lockwood Coffin

How we got Possession of the Tuileries by Professor Aytoun

How we Hunted a Mouse by Joshua Jenkins

How we Kept Thanksgiving at Oldtown by Harriet Beecher Stowe

How Women Love, by Max Simon Nordau

Howard the Buccaneer by Rowan Stevens

Howells Calls on Emerson, and Describes Longfellow by Edwin Watts Chubb

Howe's Masquerade

Hudden and Dudden and Donald O'Neary, by Joseph Jacobs

Hudson's Bay by R. M. Ballantyne

Huge Birds, in all parts of the World

Hugh Miller, Child Life

Hullo by Sam Walter Foss

Hum, the Son of Buz by Harriet Beecher Stowe

Human Adventure, by H. G. Wells

Humane Word from Satan by Mark Twain

Humanity by Beauties of History

Humble Drama by Guy de Maupassant

Humoresque, by Fannie Hurst

Humorous Readings and Recitations by Various

Humphry Davy and the Safety-Lamp George C. Towle

Hungry Stones And Other Stories by Rabindranath Tagore

Hungry Times in the Woods by Edward Eggleston

Hunt Ball Mystery, by Magnay, William

Hunt of Lion and Jackal, by James A. Honey

Hunted Down by Charles Dickens

Hunted Heroes, by Robert Silverberg

Hunted Stag by Sir Walter Scott

Hunter Quatermain's Story, by H. Rider Haggard

Hunters of the Hills, by Joseph Altsheler

Hunting Adventure by Unknown

Hunting Dinner, by Washington Irving

Hunting in East Africa by W. A. Chanler

Hunting in Many Lands by Various

Hunting in the Cattle Country by Theodore Roosevelt

Hunting in the Midlands by T. H. S. Escott

Hunting of the Deer, by Charles D. Warner

Hunting Sketches, by Anthony Trollope

Hunting Song, by Robert Bloomfield

Hunting the Deceitful Turkey by Mark Twain

Hunting the Lions, by R. M. Ballantyne

Hunting Trip in India by Elliott Roosevelt

Huntingcrop Hall by Alfred E. T. Watson

Huntsman by Anton Chekhov

Huntsman the Unlucky by John T. Naaké

Huron Cinderella by Howard Angus Kennedy

Hurricane by William Cullen Bryant

Husband by Proxy, by Jack Steele

Husband Who Was to Mind the House by Sir George W. Dasent

Hut in the Forest, by Brothers Grimm

Hyborian Age, by Robert E. Howard

Hymn Before Action by Rudyard Kipling

Hymn Before Sunrise in the Vale of Chamouni by S. T. Coleridge

Hymn of the Nativity by John Milton

Hymn to Spiritual Desire, by Madison Cawein

Hymn to the Virgin Mary

Hynde Etin by Mary MacGregor

Hynde Horn by Mary MacGregor

Hypermnestra by V. C. Turnbull

Hypnotism, Telepathy, and Dreams by Henry Holt

Hypnotist, by Ambrose Bierce

Hypochondriac, Doctor; how do you do


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