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 James Waddel Alexander is buried at Princeton Cemetery, Princeton, New Jersey (photo credit: R. Andrew Myers).

James Waddel Alexander is buried at Princeton Cemetery, Princeton, New Jersey (photo credit: R. Andrew Myers).

A Geography of the Bible (1830)

Considerations on Foreign Missions: Addressed to Candidates for the Holy Ministry (1832)

Charles Clifford; or, The Children at River Bank (1834)

Hebrew Customs; or, The Missionary’s Return (1834)

Travels About Home (1836)

Uncle Austin and His Nephews, or, The Scripture Guide - Being a Familiar Introduction to the Study of the Bible (1838)

Letters to a Younger Brother, on Various Subjects, Relating to the Virtues and Vices, Duties and Dangers of Youth (1838)

Letters to a Very Young Lady (1843)

Good - Better - Best; or, The Three Ways of Making a Happy World (1844)

Memoir of the Rev. James Waddel (1844, 1880)

Thoughts on Family Worship (1847)

The American Mechanic and Working Man (1847)

Frank Harper; or, The Country-Boy in Town (1847)

The History of Catechizing (1849)

Discourses at the Inauguration of the Rev. James W. Alexander, D.D., as Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Church Government in the Theological Seminary at Princeton (1850)

Carl, the Young Emigrant: A Memoir of Schools and Schoolmasters (1851)

All is Yours: Sermon (1852)

Patience (1852)

Consolation (1852, 1864)

The Life of Archibald Alexander (1854)

Plain Words to a Young Communicant (1854)

The Merchant's Clerk Cheered and Counseled (1856)

The American Sunday-School and Its Adjuncts (1856)

Discourses on Common Topics of Christian Faith and Practice (1858)

The Revival and Its Lessons (1859)

Bring Me Up Samuel (1859)

Sacramental Discourses (1860)

Forty Years' Familiar Letters of James W. Alexander, D.D. (originally published in 1860)

The Breaking Crucible; and Other Translations of German Hymns (1861)

Thoughts on Preaching (1861)

Faith: Treated in a Series of Discourses (1863)

Truth In the Heart and Other Stories (1866)

School-Boy Heroes: The Story of Maurice Gray and Carl Adler (1872)


 Thanks to Gary Steward of Colorado Christian University for the PDF copy of this book.

Thanks to Gary Steward of Colorado Christian University for the PDF copy of this book.