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Ishmael open wikipedia on the title 
E.D.E.N. Southworth open wikipedia on the author (1819 - 1899) 

1864 Best Seller.

Southworth considered Ishmael to be her best work. It's inspirations to wisdom and goodness were drawn from the real life examples of the heroes and statesmen of the American Revolution. The novel tells the story of Ishmael, born into poverty and virtuously climbing to success.

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Opening a Chestnut Burr open wikipedia on the title 
Edward Payson Roe open wikipedia on the author (1838 - 1888) 

1874 Best Seller.

In his day E. P. Roe was a bigger seller than Mark Twain.

"In the Opening of a Chestnut Burr, Mr. Roe has made a marked advance upon his two previous stories. He has already exhibited a remarkable power of description, which in this volume he uses with good effect in the scenes of fire and shipwreck. It is thoroughly religious, thoroughly Christian both in tone and teaching." -- Harper's Magazine. (a contemporary review)

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Self-Raised open wikipedia on the title 
E.D.E.N. Southworth open wikipedia on the author (1819 - 1899) 

1864 Best Seller.

The sequel to Ishmael.

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Ten Nights in a Bar-Room open wikipedia on the title 
Timothy Shay Arthur open wikipedia on the author (1809 - 1885) 

1855 Best Seller.

Ten Nights in a Bar-Room is temperance novel that helped demonize alcohol. In the story a miller gives up his mill and opens a tavern. The narrator visits intermittently over the years and charts the changes in the proprietor and the town due to the negative influence of alcohol.

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The Hoosier School-Master open wikipedia on the title 
Edward Eggleston open wikipedia on the author (1837 - 1902) 

1871 Best Seller.

From age 19 Eggleston was an itinerant preacher until travelling broke his health.

The books relates the experiences of a young man sent to be the only teacher of a backwoods rural Indiana town. It is an early example of American realist fiction.

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The Red Badge of Courage open wikipedia on the title 
Stephen Crane open wikipedia on the author (1871 - 1900) 

1895 Best Seller.

One of the most influential anti-war stories ever written The Red Badge of Courage was adapted as a film in 1951 by John Huston. Crane wanted to show what war was like and achieved a ground breaking 'psychological portrayal of fear'. The story follows an archetypical 19 year old recruit in the American Civil War.

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Tom Grogan open wikipedia on the title 
F. Hopkinson Smith open wikipedia on the author (1838 - 1915) 

1896 Best Seller.

Tom Grogan is a stevedore on the 1890s New York City docks. Tom dies unexpectedly and his wife Mary decides to carry on his business by taking Toms place. It is not easy to maintain the fiction that she is Tom Grogan, nor to keep the business afloat in the face of many challenges.

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