This is a complete bibliography of books and journals
in Home Economics Archive: Research, Tradition, History, organized by both author and title or by publication year:
Journal Title List
- Directions for cookery, in its various branches Leslie, Eliza. Philadelphia : Carey & Hart, 1842.
- An encyclopaedia of domestic economy: comprising such subjects as are most immediately connected with housekeeping: as, the construction of domestic edifices, with the modes of warming, ventilating, and lighting them; a description of the various articles of furniture, with the nature of their materials; duties of servants; a general account of the animal and vegetable substances used as food, and the methods of preserving and preparing them by cooking; making bread; the chemical nature and the preparation of all kinds of fermented liquors used as beverage; materials employed in dress and the toilette; business of the laundry; description of the various wheel-carriages; preservation of health; domestic medicine, &c,&c Webster, Thomas; Parkes, William, (as Mrs.). London : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1844.
- The duty of American women to their country Beecher, Catharine Esther. New York : Harper, 1845.
- The history of silk, cotton, linen, wool, and other fibrous substances: including observations on spinning, dyeing, and weaving. Also an account of the pastoral life of the ancients, their social state and attainments in the domestic arts Gilroy, Clinton G. New York : Harper & Brothers, 1845.
- The art of cleaning, dyeing, scouring, and finishing, on the most approved English and French methods: to which is added a list of prices, also abstracts of two acts of Parliament relative to apprentices, workmen, and jobbing by journeymen dyers Love, Thomas. London : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1855.
- The Tailor's guide: a complete system of cutting every kind of garment to measure, containing upwards of five hundred diagrams Compaing, Charles; Devere, Louis. London : Simpkin, Marshall, [1855-1856].
- Theory of nutrition: the treatment of disease, and philosophy of healing, without medicine Sunderland, La Roy. New York : Stearns, 1855.
- The young housekeeper's friend, or, A guide to domestic economy and comfort Cornelius, (as Mrs.). Boston : Tappan and Whittemore, 1855 [c1845]
- How to behave: a pocket manual of republican etiquette, and guide to correct personal habits, embracing an exposition of the principles of good manners : useful hints on the care of the person, eating, drinking, exercise, habits, dress, self-culture, and behavior at home : the etiquette of salutations, introductions, receptions, visits, dinners, evening parties, conversation, letters, presents, weddings, funerals, the street, the church, places of amusement, traveling, etc Wells, Samuel R. New York : Fowler and Wells, 1887.
- A woman's thoughts about women Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock. New York : Rudd & Carleton, 1859.