"The 1,000,000 Bank-Note." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. XLV.No. 3. (1893): 338.

"About barbers." Galaxy (1871)
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"An adventure of Huckleberry Finn ." The Century; a popular quarterly 29.2 (1884) : 268

"Ah Song Hi Writes Home from California." The Galaxy Vol. 10 (1870): 570.

"Americans on a Visit to the Emperor of Russia." Littell's Living Age .1218 (1867): 59.

"Anecdotes & Fun." Ohio Farmer 16.34 (1867): 271.

"At the Appetitecure." The Cosmopolitan; a Monthly Illustrated Magazine 25.4 (1898): 425.
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"The Austrian Edison keeping school again" ." The Century; a popular quarterly 56.4 (1898) : 630

"Buying Gloves in Gibraltar." Ohio Farmer 18.40 (1869): 636. Reprinted in the book "Wit and Humor of the Age," 1888.

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"The Canvasser's tale." Atlantic monthly 38.230 (1876): 673.

"Chapters from My Autobiography.--i." The North American Review* Vol. 183.No. 598. (1906): 321.

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"Chapters from My Autobiography.--vii." The North American Review* Vol. 183:.No. 604. (1906): 1089.

"Chapters from My Autobiography.--viii." The North American Review* Vol. 183.No. 605. (1906): 1217.

"Chapters from My Autobiography.--ix." The North American Review* VOL. 184 .No. 606. (1907): 1.

"Chapters from My Autobiography.--x." The North American Review* Vol. 184.No. 607. (1907): 113.

"Chapters from My Autobiography.--xi." The North American Review* Vol. 184.No. 608. (1907): 225.

"Chapters from My Autobiography.--xii." The North American Review Vol. 184.No. 609. (1907): 337.

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"Chapters from My Autobiography.-xiv." The North American Review* Vol. 184.No. 611. (1907): 561.

"Chapters from My Autobiography.--xv." The North American Review* Vol. 184:.No. 612. (1907): 673.

"Chapters from My Autobiography.--xvi." The North American Review* Vol. 184.No. 613. (1907): 785.

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"Chapters from My Autobiography--xviii." The North American Review* Vol. 185.No. 615. (1907): 113.

"Chapters from My Autobiography--xix." The North American Review* VOL. 186.No. 616. (1907): 241.

"Chapters from My Autobiography--xx." The North American Review* VOL. 186.No 618. (1907): 465.

"Chapters from My Autobiography--xxi." The North American Review* Vol. 186.No. 620. (1907): 689.

"Chapters from My Autobiography--xxii." The North American Review* VOL. 186.No. 622. (1907): 8.

"Chapters from My Autobiography-xxiii." The North American Review* VOL. 186.No. 623. (1907): 161.

"Chapters from My Autobiography--xxiv." The North American Review* VOL. 186 .No. 624. (1907): 327.

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"Christian Science." The North American Review* Vol. 175.No. DLIII. (1902): 756.
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"Christian Science.--III." The North American Review* Vol. 176.No. DLV. (1903): 173.
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"Christian Science--II." The North American Review* VOL. CLXXVI.No. DLIV. (1903): 1.
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"Christian Science and the Book of Mrs. Eddy." The Cosmopolitan; a Monthly Illustrated Magazine 27.6 (1899): 585.
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"Concerning Copyright." The North American Review* Vol. 180.No. DLXXVIII. (1905): 1.

"A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. XXXIX.No. 1. (1889): 74.

"A Curious Experience." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. . 23, No. 1. (1881): 35.

"The Czar's Soliloquy." The North American Review* Vol. 180.No. DLXXX. (1905): 321.
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"A Day at Niagara Falls." Saturday Evening Post (1869): 4.
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"The Dead Sea of California." Saturday Evening Post (1869): 3.
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"A Defence of General Funston." The North American Review* VOL. CLXXIV.No. DXLVI. (1902): 613.
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"Detective Tom Sawyer." Harper's new monthly magazine VOL. 93 No. 555. (1896): 344.

"Detective Tom Sawyer." Harper's new monthly magazine VOL. 93 No. 556. (1896): 519.

"Does the Race of Man Love a Lord?" The North American Review* VOL. CLXXIV.No. DXLV. (1902): 433.
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"Edward Mills and George Benton: A Tale" The Atlantic Monthly VOL. 46: No. 274. (1880): 226.

"English as She is Taught." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. 33. (1887): 932.

"The Esqulmaux Maiden's Romance." The Cosmopolitan; a Monthly Illustrated Magazine 16.1 (1893): 53.
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"The Facts in the Case of the Great Beef Contract." Saturday Evening Post (1870): 4.
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"Fenimore Cooper's Literary Offences." The North American Review* VOL. CLXI.No. CCCCLXIV. (1895): 1.

"Following the Equator. a Journey Around the World." The Independent ...Devoted to the Consideration of Politics, Social and Economic Tendencies, History, Literature, and the Arts 50.2575 (1898): 19.
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"From the "London Times" of 1904." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. LVII.No. 1. (1898): 100.

"General Washington's Negro Body-Servant." The Galaxy.A Magazine of Entertaining Reading Vol. 5.No. 2. (1868): 154.

"A Gift from India." The Critic: a Weekly Review of Literature and the Arts (1886-1898) 25.740 (1896): LXVIA.

"Grasses in the South." The American Farmer, a Monthly Magazine of Agriculture and Horticulture 3.2 (1868): 61.

"The great revolution in Pitcairn." Atlantic Monthly VOL. 43 .No. 257. (1879): 295.

"Hawah." Friends' Intelligencer 64.21 (1907): III.
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"The Heart of a Humorist." Life 35.914 (1900): 420.

Twain, Mark "A Helpless Situation." The Bystander (1905)

"His Last Stamp." Saturday Evening Post Vol. LI.No. 51. (1872): 4.
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"How I Escaped being Killed in a Duel." Every Saturday: A Journal of Choice Reading 2.25 (1872): 688.

"How I Edited an Agricultural Paper Once." Saturday Evening Post (1870): 3.
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"How I was Sold." The Independent 26.1336 (1874): 28.

"How Mark Twain was Sold in Newark." Tid-bits from all the most interesting books Vol. 1, No. 1 (1881):

"How to Tell a Story." The Youth's Companion .3567 (1895): 464.
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"How Tom Sawyer Got His Fence White-Washed." Christian Union 14.8 (1876): 163.
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"A Humorist's Views on Babies." Pictorial Review 3.2 (1901): 25.

"Important to Whom it may Concern." News Letter and California Advertiser (1868)

"In Defence of Harriet Shelley." The North American Review* VOL. CLIX.--NO. 454.No. CCCCLIV. (1894): 353.

"In Defence of Harriet Shelley.--I." The North American Review* VOL. CLIX.No. CCCCLII. (1894): 108.

"In Defence of Harriet Shelley." The North American Review VOL. CLIX.No. CCCCLIII. (1894): 240.

"Is He Living Or is He Dead?" The Cosmopolitan; a Monthly Illustrated Magazine 15.5 (1893): 629.

"Jan Szczepanik" Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. 56. No. 4 (1898): 630.

"Jim Smiley's Frog." Saturday Evening Post (1870): 4.
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"Jim's Investments, and King Sollermun." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. 29 .No. 3. (1885): 456.

"The Jumping Frog of Calaveras." Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine Vol. 40 No. 3 (1902): 0_020.

"Ladies Department." Massachusetts Ploughman and New England Journal of Agriculture 37.28 (1878): 4.

"The Land-Slide Case." Massachusetts Ploughman and New England Journal of Agriculture 42.15 (1883): 4.
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"A literary nightmare" Atlantic Monthly VOL. 37 .No. 220. (1876): 167.

"Lost in the Snow--the Moral Effect." Prairie Farmer 43.33 (1872): 262.
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"Loves of Alonzo Fitz Clarence and Rosannah Ethelton, " Atlantic Monthly VOL. 41 .No. 245. (1878): 320.

"Luck, a story." Harper's new monthly magazineVOL. 83, No. 495 (1891) : 407.

"A majestic literary fossil." Harper's new monthly magazineVOL. 80, No. 477 (1890) : 439.

"Marjorie Fleming the Wonder Child." Harper's Bazaar 43.12 (1909): 1182.
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MARK TWAIN EXPLAINS.; WHAT THE ACCOMPLISHED BY HIS SOJOURN IN CANADA--THE COPYRIGHT LAWS. New York Times (1881)

"Mark Twain on Huck Finn." New York Times (1902)

"Mark Twain on Overspeeding." Life 46.1205 (1905): 648.

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"Mark Twain Says He didn't do it." Every Saturday: A Journal of Choice Reading 2.58 (1871): 118.
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"Mark Twain's New Map." New York Evangelist 41.39 (1870): 2.

"Mark Twain's Tramp Abroad, Notes and Clippings." The American Architect and Building News 8.251 (1880): 189.

"Mark Twain's War Map." The North American Review* VOL. CCI.NO. 715 (1915): 827.
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Twain, Mark. "Mark Twain's Work as an Editor." The Inland and American Printer and Lithographer Vol. 24. (1900): 408.

"A Medieval Romance." Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine Vol. L.No. 5 (1907): 0_023.

"Meisterschaft: In Three Acts." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. XXXV.No. 3. (1888): 457.

"Membranous Croup." Prairie Farmer 47.9 (1876): 70.
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"Memoranda." The Galaxy.A Magazine of Entertaining Reading

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"Memoranda." The Galaxy VOL. X.No. 4. (1870): 567.

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" Memoranda." The Galaxy VOL. XI.No. 2. (1871): 312.

"Memoranda." The Galaxy VOL XI.No. 4. (1871): 615.

Twain., Mark'. "Memoranda." The Galaxy VOL. IX.No. 5. (1870): 717.

"Mental telegraphy. A manuscript with a history. " Harper's new monthly magazine Vol. 84 No. 499. (1891):95-104.

"Mental telegraphy again." Harper's new monthly magazine VOL. 91 No. 544. (1895): 521-524.

"Miscellaneous." Southern Planter and Farmer 4.9 (1870): 556.

Twain., Mark. "Mrs. Eddy in Error." The North American Review Vol. 176.No. DLVII. (1903): 505.
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Twain, Mark. "MRS. McWILLIAMS AND THE LIGHTNING." The Chautauquan; A Weekly Newsmagazine 15.6 (1892): 768.

"My Boyhood Dreams." McClure's Magazine VOL. XIV.NO. 3. (1900): 286.
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"My Debut as a Literary Person." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL.LIX.No. 1. (1899): 76.

"My Late Senatorial Secretaryship." The Galaxy VOL. V.No. 5. (1868): 633.

"My Late Senatorial Secretaryship." Saturday Evening Post (1868): 5.
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"Old times on the Mississippi, I." Atlantic Monthly VOL. XXXV.No. 207. (1875): 69.

"Old times on the Mississippi, II." Atlantic Monthly VOL. XXXV.No. 208. (1875): 217.

"Old times on the Mississippi, III." Atlantic Monthly VOL. XXXV.No. 209. (1875): 283.

"Old times on the Mississippi, IV." Atlantic Monthly VOL. XXXV.No. 210. (1875): 446.

"Old times on the Mississippi, V." Atlantic Monthly VOL. XXXV.No. 211. (1875): 567.

"Old times on the Mississippi, VI." Atlantic Monthly VOL. XXXV.No. 212. (1875): 721.

"Old times on the Mississippi, VI." Atlantic Monthly VOL. XXXVI.No. 214. (1875): 190.

"The Parting of the Ships." Current Literature VOL. XLVIII.,.NO. 6 (1910): 678.

"Personal Habits of the Siamese Twins." Saturday Evening Post (1839-1885) (1869): 6.
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"Prewarned of a Meeting." Current Literature (1888-1912) VOL. XVIII.No. 4 (1895): 309.

"The Private History of a Campaign that Failed." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. 31 .No. 2. (1885): 193.

"Private History of the "Jumping Frog" Story." The North American Review* Vol. 158.No. CCCCXLIX. (1894): 446.

"Pudd'Nhead Wilson." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. XLVIII.No. 1. (1894): 16.

"Pudd'Nhead Wilson." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. XLVIII.No. 2. (1894): 232.

"Pudd'Nhead Wilson." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. XLVII.No. 3. (1894): 329.

"Pudd'Nhead Wilson." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. XLVII.No. 4. (1894): 548.

"Pudd'Nhead Wilson." Century Illustrated Magazine (1881-1906) VOL. XLVII.No. 5. (1894): 772.

"Pudd'Nhead Wilson." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. XLVII.No. 6. (1894): 816.

"Pudd'Nhead Wilson." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. XLVIII.No. 1. (1894): 16 - 24.

"Pudd'n Head Wilson." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. 47 .No. 2. (1893): 232-240.

"Putting Up Stoves." Scientific American Vol. 22, No. 1. (1870): 13.

"Royalty on the Mississippi:" Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. XXIX.No. 4. (1885): 544-568.

"The Sea of Galilee." Ohio Farmer 19.14 (1870): 220.
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"Selections." Christian Union 7.13 (1873): 258.

"Some notes of an idle excursion, I ." Atlantic Monthly VOL. 40 No. 204. (1877): 443-447.

"Some notes of an idle excursion, II ." Atlantic Monthly VOL. 40 No. 205. (1877): 586-592.

"Some notes of an idle excursion, III ." Atlantic Monthly VOL. 40 No. 206. (1877): 718-724.

"Some notes of an idle excursion, IV ." Atlantic Monthly VOL. 41 No. 243. (1878): 12-19.

and T. M. "Starting a Paper." Massachusetts Ploughman and New England Journal of Agriculture 39.27 (1880): 4.
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"A telephonic conversation." Atlantic Monthly VOL. 45 .No. 272. (1880): 841-843.

"To My Missionary Critics." The North American Review Vol. 172.No. DXXXIII. (1901): 520.

"To the Person Sitting in Darkness." The North American Review* Vol. 172.No. DXXXI. (1901): 161.
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"Tom Sawyer Abroad." St.Nicholas 21.5 (1894): 392.
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"Tom Sawyer Abroad." St.Nicholas 21.3 (1894): 250.
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"Tom Sawyer Abroad." St.Nicholas; an Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks (1873-1907) 21.4 (1894): 348.
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"Tom Sawyer Abroad." St.Nicholas 21.6 (1894): 539.
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"Tom Sawyer Abroad." St.Nicholas 21.2 (1893): 116.
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"The Tomb of Adam." Life 58.1517 (1911): 923.
Reprinted in Mark Twain's Library of Humor (1917)

"Travelling with a Reformer." The Cosmopolitan; a Monthly Illustrated Magazine 16.2 (1893): 207.
Reprinted in Mark Twain's Library of Humor (1906)

"The Turning Point of My Life." Harper's Bazaar 44.2 (1910): 118.
Reprinted in What is man? (1917)

"The Ubiquitous Michael Angelo." The Chautauquan 11.3 (1890): 378.

"Two Little Tales.1." Century Illustrated Magazine VOL. 43, No. 1. (1901): 24.

"What Ought He to have done?" Christian Union Vol. 32, Number 3 (1885): 4.

"What Paul Bourget Thinks of Us." The North American Review VOL. CLX.No. CCCCLVIII. (1895): 48.

"Wit and Humor." Saturday Evening Post Vol. LI.No. 14. (1871): 8.

"A Yankee in King Arthur's Court." The Chautauquan 12.2 (1890): 278.
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