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Her first attributed novel, The Song of the Cardinal, met with great commercial success. Her novels Freckles and A Girl of the Limberlost are set in the wooded wetlands and swamps of the disappearing central Indiana ecosystems. She knew and loved these, and documented them extensively. Stratton-Porter wrote more than 20 books, both novels and natural history.
One of Stratton-Porter's last novels, Her Father's Daughter (1921), was set outside Los Angeles. She had moved about 1920 for health reasons and to expand her business ventures into the movie industry. This novel presented a unique window into Stratton-Porter's feelings about World War I-era racism and nativism, especially relating to immigrants of Asian descent.
Moths of the Limberlost, A book about Limberlost Cabin (1912)
Michael O'Halloran (1915)
The Fire Bird (1922)
The Song of the Cardinal (1903)
At the Foot of the Rainbow (1907)
Her Father's Daughter (1921)
A Daughter of the Land (1918)
The Harvester (1911)
A Girl Of The Limberlost (1909)