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Special Collection: The Works of Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874-1942)

Lucy Maud Montgomery is perhaps best known as the author of the Anne of Green Gables series. Anne, an 11 year old girl, the hero of a girl’s novel has become a worldwide bestseller, from Canada to Japan, for children to adults. Tourism based on Anne is an important part of Prince Edward Island’s economy!

Information on L. M. Montgomery has practically become an industry on its own: multiple volumes of her Journals, her letters, and many works on Anne, and the author have been published. Many organizations to celebrate her works, have their own websites.

Information on L. M. Montgomery:

Thanks to the L. M. Montgomery Institute at UPEI for many of the scans of old magazines, of previously uncollected stories, from their Ryrie-Campbell Periodicals Collection.


Unmarked works which are hyperlinked are available on Faded Page.

Works marked with a * are currently under development at Distributed Proofreaders Canada and will be made available over the next few months.

Anne of Green Gables Series

  1. Anne of Green Gables (1908)
  2. Anne of Avonlea (1909)
  3. Anne of the Island (1915)
  4. Anne of Windy Poplars (1936)
  5. Anne's House of Dreams (1917)
  6. Anne of Ingleside (1939) Project Gutenberg Australia
  7. Rainbow Valley (1919)
  8. Rilla of Ingleside (1921)

Emily Trilogy

  1. Emily of New Moon (1923)
  2. Emily Climbs (1925)
  3. Emily’s Quest (1927)

Pat of Silver Bush

  1. Pat of Silver Bush (1933)
  2. Mistress Pat (1933)

The Story Girl

  1. The Story Girl (1911)
    • The Home of Our Fathers
    • A Queen of Hearts: Adapted from The Old South Orchard which appeared in The Outing Magazine, January 1908.
    • Legends of the Old Orchard
    • The Wedding Veil of the Proud Princess
    • Peter Goes to Church
    • The Mystery of Golden Milestone
    • How Betty Sherman Won a Husband
    • A Tragedy of Childhood
    • Magic Seed
    • A Daughter of Eve
    • The Story Girl Does Penance
    • The Blue Chest of Rachel Ward
    • An Old Proverb with a New Meaning
    • Forbidden Fruit
    • A Disobedient Brother
    • The Ghostly Bell
    • The Proof of the Pudding
    • How Kissing was Discovered
    • A Dread Prophecy
    • The Judgment Sunday
    • Dreamers of Dreams
    • The Dream Books
    • Such Stuff as Dreams Are Made On
    • The Bewitchment of Pat
    • A Cup of Failure
    • Peter Makes an Impression
    • The Ordeal of Bitter Apples
    • The Tale of the Rainbow Bridge
    • The Shadow Feared of Man
    • A Compound Letter
    • On the Edge of Light and Dark
    • The Opening of the Blue Chest
  2. The Golden Road (1913)
    • A New Departure
    • A Will, a Way and a Woman
    • The Christmas Harp
    • New Year Resolutions
    • The First Number of Our Magazine
    • Great-aunt Eliza's Visit
    • We Visit Cousin Mattie's
    • We Visit Peg Bowen
    • Extracts from the February and March Numbers of Our Magazine
    • Disappearance of Paddy
    • The Witch's Wishbone
    • Flowers o' May
    • A Surprising Announcement
    • A Prodigal Returns
    • The Rape of the Lock
    • Aunt Una's Story
    • Aunt Olivia's Wedding
    • Sara Ray Helps Out
    • By Way of the Stars
    • Extracts from Our Magazine
    • Peg Bowen Comes to Church
    • The Yankee Storm
    • A Missionary Heroine
    • A Tantalizing Revelation
    • The Love Story of the Awkward Man: Adapted from Paul, Shy Man from The Housekeeper, March 1907.
    • Uncle Blair Comes Home
    • The Old Order Changeth
    • The Path to Arcady
    • We Lose a Friend
    • Prophecies
    • The Last Number of Our Magazine
    • Our Last Evening Together
    • The Story Girl Goes

Miscellaneous

  1. Kilmeny of the Orchard (1910): Serialized in Family Herald and Weekly Star, starting August 3, 1910.
  2. * The Blue Castle (1926): Serialized originally in The Canadian Countryman, starting August 27, 1927.
  3. Magic for Marigold (1929)
  4. Magic for Marigold—The Serialized Version (2017): 7 different short stories which were eventually joined together and adapted into Magic for Marigold:
    1. Magic for Marigold (1926): The Delineator, May 1926.
    2. Lost—A Child’s Laughter (1926): The Delineator, June 1926.
    3. Bobbed Goldilocks (1926): The Delineator, July 1926.
    4. Playmate (1926): The Delineator, August 1926.
    5. “It” (1929): Chatelaine, April 1929.
    6. One Clear Call (1928): The Household Magazine, August 1928.
    7. Too Few Cooks (1925): The Delineator, February 1925.
  5. A Tangled Web (1931) [UK: Aunt Becky Began It]
  6. Jane of Lantern Hill (1937)

Chronological Short Story Collections

These individual stories have been collected and published as volumes by date by the Distributed Proofreading Team (US). They are mostly the same stories that were published in collections edited by Rea Wilmshurst during the ’80s and ’90s, which can be found below.

A good list of many of Montgomery’s short stories and their books can be found on the L. M Montgomery Literary Society site.

  1. Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories: 1896 to 1901 (2008) Referred to below as [SS1].
    • A Case of Trespass (1897)
    • A Christmas Inspiration (1901)
    • A Christmas Mistake (1899)
    • A Strayed Allegiance (1897)
    • An Invitation Given on Impulse (1900)
    • Detected by the Camera (1897)
    • In Spite of Myself (1896)
    • Kismet (1899)
    • Lillian’s Business Venture (1900)
    • Miriam’s Lover (1901)
    • Miss Calista’s Peppermint Bottle (1900)
    • The Jest that Failed (1901)
    • The Pennington’s Girl (1900)
    • The Red Room (1898)
    • The Setness of Theodosia (1901)
    • The Story of An Invitation (1901)
    • The Touch of Fate (1899)
    • The Waking of Helen (1901)
    • The Way of Winning Anne (1899)
    • Young Si (1901)
  2. Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories: 1902 to 1903 (2008) Referred to below as [SS2].
    • A Patent Medicine Testimonial (1903)
    • A Sandshore Wooing (1903)
    • After Many Days (1903)
    • An Unconventional Confidence (1903)
    • Aunt Cyrilla’s Christmas Basket (1903): Young People 1903?
    • Davenport’s Story (1902)
    • Emily’s Husband (1903)
    • Min (1903)
    • Miss Cordelia’s Accommodation (1903)
    • Ned’s Stroke of Business (1903)
    • Our Runaway Kite (1903)
    • The Bride Roses (1903)
    • The Josephs’ Christmas (1902)
    • The Magical Bond of the Sea (1903): Cassell’s Magazine, September 1911, under the title The Bond of the Sea.
    • The Martyrdom of Estella (1902)
    • The Old Chest at Wyther Grange (1903)
    • The Osborne’s Christmas (1903)
    • The Romance of Aunt Beatrice (1902): The Farmer’s Advocate and Home Magazine, December 8, 1910.
    • The Running Away of Chester (1903)
    • The Strike at Putney (1903)
    • The Unhappiness of Miss Farquhar (1903)
    • Why Mr. Cropper Changed His Mind (1903)
  3. Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories: 1904 (2008) Referred to below as [SS3].
    • A Fortunate Mistake (1904)
    • An Unpremeditated Ceremony (1904)
    • At the Bay Shore Farm (1904)
    • Elizabeth’s Child (1904): Schoolgirl’s Annual, 1937.
    • Freda’s Adopted Grave (1904)
    • How Don Was Saved (1904)
    • Miss Madeline’s Proposal (1904)
    • Miss Sally’s Company (1904)
    • Mrs. March’s Revenge (1904)
    • Nan (1904)
    • Natty of Blue Point (1904)
    • Penelope’s Party Waist (1904)
    • The Girl and The Wild Race (1904)
    • The Promise of Lucy Ellen (1904)
    • The Pursuit of the Ideal (1904)
    • The Softening of Miss Cynthia (1904)
    • Them Notorious Pigs (1904)
    • Why Not Ask Miss Price? (1904)
  4. Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories: 1905 to 1906 (2008) Referred to below as [SS4].
    • A Correspondence and a Climax (1905)
    • An Adventure on Island Rock (1906)
    • At Five O’Clock in the Morning (1905)
    • Aunt Susanna’s Birthday Celebration (1905)
    • Bertie’s New Year (1905)
    • Between the Hill and the Valley (1905): Springfield Republican, August 27 1905; Maclean’s, April 1915.
    • Clorinda’s Gifts (1906)
    • Cyrilla’s Inspiration (1905): The Epworth Herald, November 25, 1905.
    • Dorinda’s Desperate Deed (1906)
    • Her Own People (1905)
    • Ida’s New Year Cake (1905)
    • In The Old Valley (1906): New England Homestead: September 8, 1906; American Agriculturist Weekly: September 8, 1906.
    • Jane Lavinia (1906)
    • Mackereling Out in the Gulf (1905)
    • Millicent’s Double (1905)
    • The Blue North Room (1906)
    • The Christmas Surprise At Enderly Road (1905)
    • The Dissipation of Miss Ponsonby (1906)
    • The Falsoms’ Christmas Dinner (1906)
    • The Fraser Scholarship (1905)
    • The Girl at the Gate (1906)
    • The Light on the Big Dipper (1906)
    • The Prodigal Brother (1906)
    • The Redemption of John Churchill (1906)
    • The Schoolmaster’s Letter (1905)
    • The Story of Uncle Dick (1906)
    • The Understanding of Sister Sara (1905)
    • The Unforgotten One (1906)
    • The Wooing of Bessy (1906)
    • Their Girl Josie (1906)
    • When Jack and Jill Took a Hand (1905): Gunter’s Magazine, October 1905; Maclean’s, March 1915.
  5. Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories: 1907 to 1908 (2008) Referred to below as [SS5].
    • A Millionaire’s Proposal (1907)
    • A Substitute Journalist (1907): Forward and Wellspring, March 9, 1907; Girl’s Own Annual, September 1940.
    • Anna’s Love Letters (1908)
    • Aunt Caroline’s Silk Dress (1907)
    • Aunt Susanna’s Thanksgiving Dinner (1907): The Housewife, November 1907.
    • By Grace of Julius Caesar (1908)
    • By the Rule of Contrary (1908): Farm and Fireside, July 10, 1908.
    • Fair Exchange and No Robbery (1907)
    • Four Winds (1908)
    • Marcella’s Reward (1907)
    • Margaret’s Patient (1908)
    • Matthew Insists on Puffed Sleeves (1908)
    • Missy’s Room (1907)
    • Ted’s Afternoon Off (1907)
    • The Girl Who Drove the Cows (1908)
    • The Doctor’s Sweetheart (1908)
    • The End of the Young Family Feud (1907)
    • The Genesis of the Doughnut Club (1907)
    • The Growing Up of Cornelia (1908)
    • The Old Fellow’s Letter (1907)
    • The Parting of the Ways (1907)
    • The Promissory Note (1907)
    • The Revolt of Mary Isabel (1908)
    • The Twins and a Wedding (1908): Holland’s Magazine, May 1908 as The Twins and a Wedding; Springfield Republican May 8, 1910.
  6. Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories: 1909 to 1922 (2008) Referred to below as [SS6].
    • A Golden Wedding (1909)
    • A Redeeming Sacrifice (1909)
    • A Soul that Was Not At Home (1915)
    • Abel And His Great Adventure (1917)
    • Akin to Love (1909)
    • Aunt Philippa and the Men (1915)
    • Bessie’s Doll (1914)
    • Charlotte’s Ladies (1911)
    • Christmas at Red Butte (1909)
    • How We Went to the Wedding (1913): Family Herald and Weekly Star, February 20 and March 6, 1935.
    • Jessamine (1909): Farm and Fireside, June 10, 1909.
    • Miss Sally’s Letter (1910)
    • My Lady Jane (1909): Springfield Republican, October 24, 1909; Maclean’s, February 1915.
    • Robert Turner’s Revenge (1909)
    • The Fillmore Elderberries 1909)
    • The Finished Story (1912): The Canadian Magazine, December 1912; Needlecraft January 1917.
    • The Garden of Spices (1918): Maclean’s, March 1918.
    • The Girl and the Photograph (1915): Farm and Fireside, August 10, 1907 as A Girl and a Picture; Maclean’s, May 1915.
    • The Gossip of Valley View (1910)
    • The Letters (1910)
    • Life-book of Uncle Jesse (1909): The Housekeeper, August 1909. Adapted into Chapter 7 of Anne’s House of Dreams.
    • The Little Black Doll (1909): Zion’s Herald, August 11, 1909; Girl’s Own Annual, January 1939.
    • The Man on the Train (1914)
    • The Romance of Jedediah (1912): The Housewife, September 1912.
    • The Tryst of the White Lady (1922): MacLean’s Magazine, August 1, 1922.
    • Uncle Richard’s New Year Dinner (1910)
    • White Magic (1921)

Short Story Collections, as originally published

These collections were made by LMM, though The Road to Yesterday/The Blythes are Quoted, were only published in modified form posthumously. All these stories, even the ones which were posthumously published, are probably out of copyright, since we eventually find all of her stories previously published in various periodicals. As the original publications are located, we are making individual stories available, from their original.

  1. Chronicles of Avonlea (1912)
    • The Hurrying of Ludovic: Canadian Magazine, Vol XXV, May 1905-October 1905, p. 67-71.
    • Old Lady Lloyd
    • Each In His Own Tongue: The Delineator, October 1910.
    • Little Joscelyn
    • The Winning of Lucinda
    • Old Man Shaw’s Girl: Slightly modified version, previously published under the title “Ol’ Man Reeves’ Girl” in Farm and Fireside, June 15, 1905.
    • Aunt Olivia’s Beau: The Designer, June 1905.
    • Quarantine at Alexander Abraham’s: Everybody’s Magazine, April 1907.
    • Pa Sloane’s Purchase
    • The Courting of Prissy Strong: The Housewife, July 1909.
    • The Miracle at Carmody
    • The End of a Quarrel: New England Homestead, July 20, 1907; American Agriculturist Weekly: July 20, 1907.
  2. Further Chronicles of Avonlea (1920)
    • Aunt Cynthia’s Persian Cat
    • The Materializing of Cecil
    • Her Father’s Daughter: The Christian Endeavor World, December 26, 1907.
    • Jane’s Baby
    • The Dream-Child
    • The Brother Who Failed: People’s Home Journal, September 1914; The Globe, December 1909.
    • The Return of Hester: The Canadian Magazine, May 1909.
    • The Little Brown Book of Miss Emily: Farm and Fireside, June 10, 1907; Maclean’s January 1917.
    • Sara’s Way
    • The Son of his Mother: The Canadian Magazine, March 1904; People’s Home Journal, November 1913.
    • The Education of Betty: Gunter’s Magazine, April 1906, under the title The Education of Sally.
    • In Her Selfless Mood
    • The Conscience Case of David Bell
    • Only a Common Fellow
    • Tannis of the Flats: Canadian Magazine, January 1914.
  3. The Road to Yesterday (1974): Possibly still in copyright (Abridged version of The Blythes are Quoted). The Preface to this book states: this posthumous publication of fourteen previously unpublished stories but this is clearly incorrect, unless they meant previously unpublished in book form.
    • An Afternoon With Mr. Jenkins (1933): Family Herald and Weekly Star, August 2, 1933; Girl’s Own Annual, November 1939.
    • Retribution (1936)
    • The Twins Pretend (1936)
    • Fancy’s Fool (1936)
    • A Dream Come True (1936)
    • Penelope Struts Her Theories (1936)
    • The Reconciliation (1936)
    • The Cheated Child (1936)
    • Fool’s Errand (1933)
    • The Pot and the Kettle (1936)
    • Here Comes the Bride (1936): Holland’s: The Magazine of the South, March 1937.
    • Brother Beware (1936): Country Home, June 1936.
    • The Road to Yesterday (1934): Canadian Home Journal, January 1934.
    • A Commonplace Woman (1934)
  4. The Blythes Are Quoted, edited by Benjamin Lefebvre (2009) (companion book to Rilla of Ingleside): Possibly still in copyright. Some stories have been published elsewhere, but have been modified slightly in this volume to introduce the Blythes, to appear to create a coherent book (indicated by a †, but not all have been compared). A small subset of these stories were published in The Road to Yesterday.
    • Frontispiece: "The Piper"
    • [SHADOWS]Some Fools and a Saint: Family Herald and Weekly Star, May 20, May 27, June 3 and June 10th, 1931.
    • Twilight at Ingleside
    • I Wish You: Good Housekeeping, January 1936. (poetry)
    • The Old Path Round the Shore: The Household Ledger, October 1903; Canadian Home Journal, July 1921. (poetry)
    • Guest Room in the Country
    • An Afternoon with Mr. Jenkins: Family Herald, August 2, 1933; Girl’s Own Annual, November 1939.
    • The Second Evening
    • The New House: Chatelaine, January 1932. (poetry)
    • Robin Vespers
    • Night: The Canadian Magazine, January 1935. (poetry)
    • Man and Woman
    • Retribution
    • The Third Evening
    • There Is a House I Love
    • Sea Song
    • The Twins Pretend
    • The Fourth Evening
    • To a Desired Friend
    • Fancy’s Fool
    • The Fifth Evening
    • Midsummer Day
    • Remembered: Chatelaine, September 1933. (poetry)
    • A Dream Comes True (1936)
    • The Sixth Evening
    • Farewell to an Old Room: The Ladies’ Home Journal, October 1924. (poetry)
    • The Haunted Room: The Canadian Magazine, January 1929. (poetry)
    • Song of Winter: Canadian Home Journal, December 1919. (poetry)
    • Penelope Struts Her Theories
    • The Seventh Evening
    • Success
    • The Gate of Dream: The Canadian Magazine, Vol 54 (November 1919-April 1920), p. 158. (poetry)
    • An Old Face: The Literary Digest, October 23, 1927. (poetry)
    • The Reconciliation
    • The Cheated Child
    • Fool’s Errand
    • The Pot and the Kettle
    • Another Ingleside Twilight
    • Interlude
    • Come, Let Us Go
    • A June Day
    • Wind of Autumn: Canadian Home Journal, October 1922. (poetry)
    • The Wild Places
    • For Its Own Sake
    • The Change
    • I Know
    • Brother Beware: Country Home, June 1936.
    • The Second Evening
    • The Wind
    • The Bride Dreams
    • May Song
    • Here Comes the Bride (1936): Holland’s: The Magazine of the South, March 1937.
    • The Third Evening
    • The Parting Soul
    • My House
    • Memories
    • A Commonplace Woman
    • The Fourth Evening
    • Canadian Twilight
    • Oh, We Will Walk With Spring Today
    • Grief: The Canadian Magazine, March 1922. (poetry)
    • The Room
    • The Road to Yesterday: Canadian Home Journal, January 1934.
    • Au Revoir
    • I Want
    • The Pilgrim
    • Spring Song
    • The Aftermath

Other Short Stories, not known to be in a collection

All the collections of short stories, whether by LMM or other editors, were collections of stories previously published in many different magazines. These are stories we have located in various magazines, which we do not believe have been previously collected. All these stories are either now available, or are under development.

Note that many of Montgomery’s novels appeared in various forms in various periodicals; either as serials, or as short stories which became one or two chapters of the novel. Such short stories were slightly different, to allow the stories to stand alone. Only a few of them have been included here.

Other Collections of Stories, by other editors, with commentary

These collections are still under copyright. However, the individual stories that were published prior to Montgomery’s death are out of copyright. The ones published in 1922 or prior have already been collected in the various collections produced by DP-US. See links above, to Chronological Short Story Collections.

Stories in these collections fall into one of three categories:

  1. Pre-1923: Published in one of the story collections above. [XXXX] beside the story is a link to the collection above.
  2. Post-1923: Published here on fadedpage as a standalone story, and linked directly to the download page.
  3. One story’s derivation is unknown.
  1. The Doctor’s Sweetheart and Other Stories, selected by Catherine McLay (1979)
    • [SS5] The Doctor’s Sweetheart (1906): Watson’s Magazine, December 1906, under the title The Wisdom of the Heart; also in The Canadian Magazine, Vol XXXI (May 1908-October 1908), p. 154-158.
    • I Know a Secret (1935): Good Housekeeping, August 1935.
    • The Bride is Waiting (1932): The Canadian Magazine, April 1932.
    • [SS6] The Garden of Spices (1918): The Girl’s Own Paper, September, 1937; Maclean’s, March 1918.
    • [SS6] Abel and His Great Adventure (1917): Canadian Magazine, February, 1917.
    • [SS6] My Lady Jane (1909): Springfield Republican, October 24, 1909; Maclean’s, February 1915.
    • [SS6] The Finished Story (1912): The Canadian Magazine, December 1912; Needlecraft, January 1917.
    • [SS6] Akin to Love (1909)
    • [SS5] By the Grace of Julius Casear (1908): The Canadian Magazine, Vol XXXI (May 1908-October 1908), p. 412-416.
    • [SS5] The Parting of the Ways (1907): The Canadian Magazine, Vol XXVIII, November 1906-April 1907, p. 335-336.
    • [SS3] The Promise of Lucy Ellen (1904): The Delineator, February, 1904.
    • [SS3] The Girls and the Wild Race (1904)
    • [SS2] Emily’s Husband (1903): The Canadian Magazine, November, 1903.
    • [SS1] Kismet (1899)
  2. Akin to Anne: Tales of Other Orphans, edited by Rea Wilmshurst (1988)
    • Charlotte’s Quest (1933)
    • [SS5] Marcella’s Reward (1907)
    • [SS1] An invitation Given on Impulse (1900)
    • [SS3] Freda’s Adopted Grave (1904)
    • [SS5] Ted’s Afternoon Off (1907)
    • [SS5] The Girl Who Drove the Cows (1908)
    • [SS3] Why Not Ask Miss Price? (1904)
    • [SS4] Jane Lavinia (1906)
    • [SS2] The Running Away of Chester (1903)
    • [SS4] Millicent’s Double (1905)
    • [SS3] Penelope’s Party Waist (1904): The Designer, March 1904.
    • [SS6] The Little Black Doll (1909): Zion’s Herald, August 11, 1909; Girl’s Own Annual, January 1939.
    • [SS4] The Fraser Scholarship (1905)
    • [SS4] Her Own People (1905)
    • [SS3] Miss Sally’s Company (1904)
    • [SS1] The Story of an Invitation (1901)
    • [SS3] The Softening of Miss Cynthia (1904)
    • [SS5] Margaret’s Patient (1908)
    • [SS6] Charlotte’s Ladies (1911)
  3. Along the Shore: Tales by the Sea, edited by Rea Wilmshurst (1989)
    • [SS2] The Magical Bond of the Sea (1903): Cassell’s Magazine, September 1911, under the title The Bond of the Sea.
    • [SS6] The Life-Book of Uncle Jesse (1909)
    • [SS4] Mackereling out in the Gulf (1905)
    • [SS5] Fair Exchange and No Robbery (1907)
    • [SS3] Natty of Blue Point (1904)
    • [SS4] The Light on the Big Dipper (1906)
    • [SS4] An Adventure on Island Rock (1906)
    • [SS3] How Don Was Saved (1904)
    • [SS6] A Soul That Was Not at Home (1909)
    • [SS5] Four Winds (1908): The Housewife, October and November 1908.
    • [SS2] A Sandshore Wooing (1903): The Designer, August 1903.
    • [SS2] The Unhappiness of Miss Farquhar (1903)
    • [SS1] A Strayed Allegiance (1897)
    • [SS1] The Waking of Helen (1901)
    • [SS1] Young Si (1901)
    • A House Divided Against Itself (1930): Canadian Home Journal, March 1930. Adapted for A Tangled Web.
  4. Among the Shadows: Tales from the Darker Side, edited by Rea Wilmshurst (1990) Referred to above as [SHADOWS]
    • The Closed Door (1934): Family Herald, June 1934.
    • [SS2] Davenport’s Story (1902): Waverley Magazine, April 1902.
    • The Deacon’s Painkiller (?)
    • [SS1] Detected by the Camera (1897): Philadelphia Times, June 1897.
    • From out the Silence (1934): Family Herald, January 1934.
    • [SS4] The Girl at the Gate (1906): National Magazine, August 1906.
    • The House Party at Smoky Island (1935): Weird Tales Magazine, August 1935; Startling Mystery Stories Fall 1968.
    • [SS6] The Man on the Train (1914): Canadian Courier, July 1914.
    • [SS2] The Martyrdom of Estella (1902): Waverley Magazine, December 1902.
    • [SS2] Min (1903): American Home, December 1903.
    • [SS1] Miriam’s Lover (1901): Waverley Magazine, June 1901.
    • [SS1] Miss Calista’s Peppermint Bottle (1900): Westminster Magazine, November 1910; also Springfield Republican, November 1900 under the title Of Miss Calista’s Peppermint
    • [SS2] The Old Chest at Wyther Grange (1903): Waverley Magazine, September 1903.
    • [SS1] The Red Room (1898): Waverley Magazine, July 1898.
    • [SS6] A Redeeming Sacrifice (1909): Holland’s Magazine, February 1909.
    • [SS4] The Redemption of John Churchill (1906): American Magazine, June 1906.
    • Some Fools and a Saint (1931): Family Herald and Weekly Star, May 20, May 27, June 3 and June 10th, 1931.
    • [SS6] The Tryst of the White Lady (1922): Maclean’s, August 1922.
    • [SS6] White Magic (1921): Woman’s Century, June and July 1921.
  5. After Many Days: Tales of Time Passed, edited by Rea Wilmshurst (1991)
    • [SS2] After Many Days (1903)
    • [SS2] The Bride Roses (1903)
    • [SS6] The Romance of Jedediah (1912): The Housewife, September 1912.
    • [SS3] Elizabeth’s Child (1904): Young People, December 17, 1904; Schoolgirl’s Annual 1937; Girl’s Own Annual, December 1937.
    • [SS4] In The Old Valley (1906): New England Homestead: September 8, 1906; American Agriculturist Weekly: September 8, 1906.
    • [SS4] The Prodigal Brother (1906)
    • [SS6] Robert Turner’s Revenge (1909)
    • For a Dream’s Sake (1935)
    • The Price (1930)
    • [SS6] A Golden Wedding (1909)
    • [SS3] Mrs. March’s Revenge (1904)
    • [SS5] An Unpremeditated Ceremony (1907)
    • [SS5] Missy’s Room (1907)
    • [SS4] The Story of Uncle Dick (1906): New England Homestead, July 28, 1906; American Agriculturist Weekly, July 28, 1906.
    • [SS2] The Romance of Aunt Beatrice (1902): The Farmer’s Advocate and Home Magazine, December 8, 1910.
    • [SS1] The Setness of Theodosia (1901)
    • [SS4] Between the Hill and the Valley (aka The Hill and the Valley) (1905): Springfield Republican, August 27 1905; Maclean’s, April 1915.
    • The Man Who Forgot (1932): Family Herals and Weekly Star, January 6 and 13, 1932.
  6. Against the Odds: Tales of Achievement, edited by Rea Wilmshurst (1993)
    • [SS3] At the Bay Shore Farm (1904)
    • [SS6] Bessie’s Doll (1914)
    • [SS4] The Blue North Room (1906)
    • [SS6] A Case of Trespass (1909)
    • [SS4] Dorinda’s Desperate Deed (1906)
    • [SS6] The Fillmore Elderberries (1909)
    • [SS5] The Genesis of the Doughnut Club (1907)
    • [SS6] How We Went to the Wedding (1913): The Housewife, April and May 1913, Adapted from Chapter 31 of Rilla of Ingleside; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Feburary 20, and March 6, 1935; Girl’s Own Paper October 1938.
    • [SS1] In Spite of Myself (1896)
    • [SS1] Lilian’s Business Venture (1900)
    • [SS2] Ned’s Stroke of Business (1903): Farm and Fireside, January 15, 1903.
    • [SS2] A Patent Medicine Testimonial (1903)
    • A Question of Acquaintance (1929): MacLean’s Magazine, October 1929.
    • [SS2] The Strike at Putney (1903)
    • [SS5] A Substitute Journalist (1907): Forward and Wellspring, March 9, 1907; Girl’s Own Annual, September 1940.
    • [SS4] Their Girl Josie (1906): American Home, 1906; Maclean’s, July 1915.
    • Where There is a Will There is a Way (1934)
    • [SS2] Why Mr. Cropper Changed His Mind (1903)
  7. At the Altar: Matrimonial Tales, edited by Rea Wilmshurst (1994)
    • [SS6] Aunt Philippa and the Men (1915): Red Book Magazine, January 1915. Adapted for Chapter 8 of Anne’s House of Dreams.
    • [SS5] By the Rule of Contrary (1908): Farm and Fireside, July 10, 1908.
    • A Dinner of Herbs (1928)
    • [SS4] The Dissipation of Miss Ponsonby (1906): The Housewife, February 1906.
    • [SS6] The Gossip of Valley View (1910)
    • [SS6] Jessamine (1909): Farm and Fireside, June 10, 1909.
    • [SS2] Miss Cordelia’s Accommodation (1903)
    • [SS3] Nan (1904)
    • [SS3] Them Notorious Pigs [The Nuisance of Women] (1904): New England Homestead, October 15, 1904; American Agriculturist Weekly: October 15, 1904.
    • [SS1] The Pennington’s Girl (1900)
    • [SS3] The Pursuit of the Ideal (1904): What to Eat, May 1904.
    • [SS1] The Touch of Fate (1899)
    • [SS6] The Twins and a Wedding [The Twins and a Pretty Wedding] (1908): Holland’s Magazine, May 1908 as The Twins and a Wedding; Springfield Republican May 8, 1910.
    • [SS2] An Unconventional Confidence (1903): New Idea Woman’s Magazine, April 1903.
    • [SS1] The Way of the Winning of Anne [The Winning of Anne] (1900)
    • What Aunt Marcella Would Have Called It (1935): Family Herald and Weekly Star, June 19, 1935.
    • [SS4] When Jack and Jill Took a Hand (1905): Gunter’s Magazine, October 1905; Maclean’s, March 1915.
    • [SS4] The Wooing of Bessy (1906): Trotwood’s Monthly, April 1906.
  8. Across the Miles: Tales of Correspondence, edited by Rea Wilmshurst (1995): All the stories in this collection are pre-1923, and are found in the DP-US collections.
    • [SS1] The Gest that Failed (1901)
    • [SS2] Our Runaway Kite (1903): New Idea Woman’s Magazine, October 1903.
    • [SS3] A Fortunate Mistake (1904)
    • [SS3] Miss Madeline’s Proposal (1904): Modern Women, September 1904.
    • [SS4] At Five O’Clock in the Morning (1905): National Magazine, July 1905; Maclean’s September 1914.
    • [SS4] Aunt Susanna’s Birthday Celebration (1905): New Idea Woman’s Magazine, February 1905.
    • [SS4] A Correspondence and a Climax (1905): The Sunday Magazine, August 20, 1905.
    • [SS4] Cyrilla’s Inspiration (1905): The Epworth Herald, November 25, 1905.
    • [SS4] The Schoolmaster’s Letters (1905): The Sunday Magazine, June 4, 1905; Holland’s Magazine, August 1914.
    • [SS4] The Understanding of Sister Sara (1905)
    • [SS5] Aunt Caroline’s Silk Dress (1907)
    • [SS5] A Millionaire’s Proposal (1907)
    • [SS5] The Odd Fellow’s Letters (1907)
    • [SS5] Anna’s Love Letters (1908)
    • [SS5] The Growing Up of Cornelia (1908): Pictorial Review, October 1908.
    • [SS5] The Revolt of Mary Isabel (1908)
    • [SS6] The Letters (1910): Sunday at Home, April 1910. Also National Magazine, November 1910; Maclean’s, December 1915.
    • [SS6] Miss Sally’s Letter (1910)
    • [SS5] The Promissory Note (1913)
    • [SS6] The Girl and the Photograph (1915): Farm and Fireside, August 10, 1907 as A Girl and a Picture; Maclean’s, May 1915.
  9. Christmas with Anne and Other Holiday Stories, edited by Rea Wilmshurst (1995): All the stories in this collection are pre-1923, and are found in the DP-US collections.
    • [SS2] Aunt Cyrilla’s Christmas Basket (1903): Young People 1903?
    • [SS4] Bertie’s New Year (1905): Pittsburg Christian Advocate, 28 December 1905.
    • [SS6] Christmas at Red Butte (1909): East and West, 25 December 1909.
    • [SS1] A Christmas Inspiration (1901): Family Herald 1901?; also Churchman 19 December 1909.
    • [SS1] A Christmas Mistake (1899): Family Herald, 20 December 1899.
    • [SS4] The Christmas Surprise at Enderly Road (1905): King’s Own, 23 December 1905.
    • [SS4] Clorinda’s Gifts (1906): Epworth Herald, 15 December 1906.
    • [SS5] The End of the Young Family Feud (1907): Epworth Herald, 14 December 1907.
    • [SS4] The Falsoms’ Christmas Dinner (1906): East and West, 22 December 1906.
    • [SS4] Ida’s New Year Cake (1905): Days of Youth, 31 December 1905.
    • [SS2] The Josephs’ Christmas (1902): Sunday School Visitor 1902?
    • Katherine Brooke Comes to Green Gables (1936) — Anne of Windy Poplars, Second Year, Sections 4-6.
    • Matthew Insists on Puffed Sleeves (1908) — Anne of Green Gables, chapter XXV.
    • [SS2] The Osbornes’ Christmas (1903):Zion’s Herald, 16 December 1903.
    • [SS6] Uncle Richard’s New Year’s Dinner (1910): Congregationalist, 1 January 1910; also East and West, 31 December 1910.
    • [SS4] The Unforgotten One (1906): Zion’s Herald, 19 December 1906; also Canadian Courier, 18 December 1909; also Springfield Republican, 22 December 1907 under the title She was the Forgotten One.
  10. After Many Years: Twenty-one “Long-Lost” Stories By L. M. Montgomery (2016), Selected and Edited by Carolyn Strom Collins and Christy Woster. Full contents is not known.

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