Charmian Kittredge London: Publications

"A Rival of Blind Tom in California," Overland Monthly, 35 (1900): 240-243. Now available on-line through the Making of America project at the University of Michigan.

"Jack London Afloat," Sunset, (1903): 190-191.

"Cross Saddle Riding for Women," Out West:21 (1904): 27-37.

The Log of the Snark. New York: Macmillan, 1915.

Our Hawaii. New York: Macmillan, 1917. Now available on-line at Google Books.

The Book of Jack London. New York: Century, 1921. Now available on-line at the Internet Archives, Volume 1 and Volume 2

Our Hawaii: Islands and Islanders. New York: Macmillan, 1922.

"How Jack London Would Have Ended Eyes of Asia", Cosmopolitan (November 1924): 78ff.

"George Sterling--As I Knew Him," Overland Monthly and Outwest Magazine 85 (March 1927): 1-7.

"My Husband: An Old Contributor," Overland Monthly 90 (1932): 106-7.

"Diary of Dirigo." In The Sewall Ships of Steel, Mark W. Hennessy, ed. Augusta: ME: Kennebac Journal Press, 1937: 582-600.

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