In The Chinese: Their Present and Future. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis, 1891, pp. 131-154.
Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1967.
March 12, 1940. East Asia Review (vol. 3, no.10 -- March 25, 1940), pp. 1-5.
The China Journal, vol. VI, No. 5 (May, 1927), pp. 243-247.
Chicago: F.G. Browne, 1913.
Old China and Young America is intended four young readers, and indeed, part II of this book ("Young America") verges on sappy. The noteworthy aspect of this book, however, is that it was written by the wife, Sarah Pike Conger, of the U.S. ambassador to China during the Boxer Uprising. Mrs. Conger's view of the Empress Dowager is unique.
Some insights about Ci Xi (Empress Dowager) of whom Mrs. Pike was very fond.
Np.: n.n., 2000.
Translated, adapted, and annotated by Nathan Sturman.
New York: Bretano's, 1926.
Collection of stories translated from the Chinese.
New York: A.L. Burt, 1922.
Tokyo: South Manchuria Railway Company, 1933.