Fahrney, Ralph Ray. Horace Greeley and the Tribune in the Civil War. Cedar Rapids, Iowa: The Torch Press, 1936. Reprint, New York: Da Capo Press, 1970.
Greeley, Horace. [Abraham Lincoln. N.p., 1868?]
. An address on Success in business. New York: S. S. Packard, .
. The American conflict; a history of the Great Rebellion in the United States of America, 1860-64: Its causes, incidents, and results: intended to exhibit especially its moral and political phases, with the drift and progress of American opinion respecting human slavery from 1776 to the close of the war for the Union. N.p., 1864-1866. Reprint, New York: Negro Universities Press, .
. The American Laborer. New York: Greeley & McElrath, 1843. Reprint, with an introduction by Michael Hudson. New York: Garland Pub., 1974.
. Art and industry as represented in the exhibition at the Crystal Palace, New York1853-4. New York: Redfield, 1853.
. Divorce: Being a correspondence between Horace Greeley and Robert Dale Owen. New York: R. M. DeWitt, 1860.
. Essays Designed to Elucidate the Science of Political Economy. Boston: Fields, Osgood & Co., 1870. Reprint, with an introduction by Michael Hudson. New York: Garland Pub., 1974.
. Glances at Europe: In a series of letters from Great Britain, France, Italy, Switzerland, etc., during the summer of 1851. Including notices of the Great Exhibition, or Worlds Fair. New York: Dewitt & Davenport, 1852.
. Greeley illustrated. [Washington?: N.p., 1872].
. Greeley on Lincoln, with Mr Greeleys letters to Charles A. Dana and a lady friend. New York: The Baker & Taylor Co.. .
. The Greeley record: Showing the opinions and sentiments of Horace Greeley on office seeking, the presidency, the Democratic Party, prominent Democrats North and South, secession and secessionists. Washington, D.C.: Union Republican Congressional Executive Committee, 1872.
. Greeleys estimate of Lincoln: An unpublished address. Hancock, N.Y.: Herald printery, .
. Hints toward reforms, in lectures, addresses, and other writings. New York and Boston: Fowlers and Wells, 1854.
. A history of the struggle for slavery extension or restriction in the United States from the Declaration of Independence to the present day. New York: Dix, Edwards & Co., 1856. Reprint, Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press, 1970.
. Horace Greeley upon Tilden. [New York: N.p., 1874].
. Horace Greeleys jokes. New York: Pub. from the office of the Journeymen Printers Co-operative Association, 1872 .
. Horace Greeleys views on Virginia: And what he knows about the South, slave-breeding, mixed schools, miscegenation, making sectional war, Kansas and the South, favoring secession, letting the erring sisters go," confiscation, rapine, and ravage, slave insurrections, supporting General Butlers New Orleans order, the KuKlux trials, & c.. [N.p., 1872].
. Introductory. [New York: N.p., 1868].
. The Kansas gold mines. Cherry Creek, K[ansas] T[erritory], 1859. Reprint, [Boulder, Colo.: Johnson Pub. Co., 1964?]
. Mr. Greeleys letters from Texas and the lower Mississippi: To which are added his address to the farmers of Texas, and his speech on his return to New York, June 12, 1871. New York: Tribune Office, 1871.
. Mr. Greeleys record on the question of amnesty and reconstruction, from the hour of Gen. Lees surrender. [New York: N.p., 1872].
. An overland journey from New York to San Francisco in the summer of 1859. New York: C.M. Saxton, Barker, 1860. Reprint, introduction to the Bison Books edition by Jo Ann Manfra. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, .
. A political text-books for 1860: Comprising a brief view of presidential nominations and elections: including all the national platforms ever yet adopted: Also, a history of the struggle respecting slavery in the territories, and of the action of Congress as to the freedom of the public lands. New-York: Tribune Association. 1860.
. Recollections of a Busy Life. New York: J.B. Ford & Co., 1868. Reprint, a new edition, with a memoir of Mr. Greeleys later years and death. Port Washington, N.Y.: Kennikat Press, .
. The tariff as it is, compared with the substitute proposed by its adversaries in the bill reported to the U.S. House of Representatives by Gen. McKay. New York: Greeley & McElrath, [ca. 1845].
. The tariff question: Protection and free trade considered. New York: The Tribune, .
. What Horace Greeley knows about leading Democrats at the North and at the South, especially those who now profess to be his especial friends, and his devoted supporters, & c. [New York?: N.p.,1872?]
. What I Know of Farming. New York: G. W. Carleton, 1871. Reprint, New York: Arno Press, 1975.
. Why I am a Whig: Reply to an inquiring friend. New York: Tribune Office, [1852?]
Greeley, Horace, and John F. Cleveland, comps. A political text-book for 1860, comprising a brief view of presidential nominations and elections including all the national platforms ever yet adopted; also, a history of the struggle respecting slavery in the territories, and of the action of Congress as to the freedom of the public lands. N.p., 1886. Reprint, New York: Negro Universities Press, .
Hale, William Harlan. Horace Greeley: Voice of the People. New York: Collier Books, 1950.
Horner, Harlan Hoyt. Lincoln and Greeley. [Urbana]: University of Illinois Press, 1953. Reprint, Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, .
Ingersoll, Lurton D. The Life of Horace Greeley. Founder of the New York Tribune, with Extended Notices of Many of His Contem. Chicago: Union Pub. Co., 1873. Reprint, New York: Beekman Publishers, 1974.
Isely, Jeter A. Horace Greeley and the Republican Party, 1853-61: A Study of the New York Tribune. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1947.
King, C. Richard. Horace Greeley in Texas." Southwestern Historical Quarterly 64 (January 1961): 333-41.
Kleber, Louis, C. Horace Greeley, 1811 1872." History Today 26 (September 1976): 569-75.
Linn, William Alexander. Horace Greeley, Founder of the New York Tribune." New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1903. Reprint, New York: Beekman Publishers, 1974.
Maihafer, Harry J. (Harry James). The General and the Journalists: Ulysses S. Grant, Horace Greeley, and Charles Dana. Washington: Brasseys, 1998.
Parton, James. The Life of Horace Greeley. New York: Mason, 1855. Reprint, [New York]: Arno, .
Robbins, Roy M. Horace Greeley and the Quest for Social Justice, 1837-1862. Indiana History Bulletin 16 (February 1939): 68-84.
Rosecrans, William S. (William Starke). Hon. Horace Greeley: New York, Jan. 8th, 1866. [New York?: N.p.,1866?]
Sargent, Epes. The life and public services of Henry Clay, down to 1848. Edited and completed at Mr. Clays death, by Horace Greeley. Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, .
Seitz, Don Carlos. Horace Greeley; Founder of the New York Tribune." Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1926. Reprint, New York: AMS Press, .
Sotheran, Charles. Horace Greeley and Other Pioneers of American Socialism. with foreword by W. J. Ghent ; and reminiscences of Charles Sotheran by Alice Hyneman Sotheran. New York: The Humboldt Publishing Co.. .Reprint, Westport, Conn.: Hyperion Press], 1975.
Strauss, James H. The Political Economy of Horace Greeley." Southwestern Social Science Ouarterly 19 (March 1939): 399-408.
Stoddard, Henry Luther. Horace Greeley: Printer, Editor, Crusader. New York: G.P. Putnams Sons, 1946.
Van Deusen, Glyndon Garlock. Horace Greeley. Nineteenth Century Crusader. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1953.
Zabriskie, Francis Nicoll. Horace Greeley, the Editor. New York, [etc.]: Funk & Wagnalls, 1890. Reprint, New York: Beekman Publishers, 1974.