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Clara Morison: a tale of South Australia during the gold fever. London, John. W. Parker & Son. 1854. 2 vols. Read volume 2 online.
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Handfasted. By Catherine Helen Spence, edited, with a preface and afterword by Helen Thomson. Penguin Books, Ringwood, Australia, 1984. pp. 378. Submitted to the Sydney Mail in 1879 but not published.
Tender and true : a colonial tale. By the author of 'Clara Morison'. London, Smith, Elder and Co. 1856. 2 vols.
A week in the future. By Catherine Helen Spence. With an introduction and notes by Lesley Durrell Ljungdahl. Sydney, Hale and Iremonger, c.1987. pp. 136. Serialised in the Centennial Magazine in 1889.
Catherine Helen Spence: an autobiography edited by J. F. Young. Reprinted from the Register. Adelaide, W. K. Thomas & Co., 1910.
Effective voting: Australia's opportunity. An explanation of the Hare system of representation. Adelaide, Shawyer & Co, 1898.
Ever yours, C.H.Spence autobiography, extracts from 1894 diary and a selection of letters, edited by Susan Magarey with notes by Barbara Wall. Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 2005.
A plea for pure democracy: Mr. Hare's reform bill applied to South Australia Adelaide, Rigby 1861.
State children in Australia: a history of boarding out and its developments Adelaide, Vardon, 1907.
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