Allen, Devere: The Fight for Peace. - New York : The
Macmillan Company, 1930. - 740 s.
The "great war" and international law (1921).
A Coercive League Contrary to the Teachings of American History (1920).
The war for peace; the present war as viewed by friends of peace.Comp. by Arthur D. Call, Secretary of the American Peace Society ... Pub. by the Committee on Public Information, Washington, D.C. (1918).
The purposes and ideals of the Mexican revolution : addresses delivered at a joint session of the American Academy of Political and Social Science and the Pennsylvania Arbitration and Peace Society, held on Friday evening, November 10, 1916 (1917).
Peace through justice; three papers on international justice and the means of attaining it (1917).
War with Japan? (1916).
A Primer of the Peace Movement (1915).
Trueblood, Lyra D.: How the Eighteenth of May Came to Be Observed as Peace Day.
- Washington: American Peace Society, 1915. - 12 pp.
Proceedings of international conference under the auspices of American society for judicial settlement of international disputes, December, 15-17, 1910, Washington, D. C ().
The conditions of peace bewteen the East and the West (1908).
The teaching of history in the public schools with reference to war and peace (1906).
William Penn's Holy Experiment in Civil Government (1906).
Paper on a Regular International Advisory Congress (1903).
The moral damage of war to the school child (190-?).
The Nation's Responsibility for Peace: Address Delivered at the New England ... (1899).
The United States and International Arbitration (1896).
The coming peace. Oration delivered before the City council and citizens of Boston, on the one hundred and fifteenth anniversary of the Declaration of independence, July 4, 1891 (1891).
Tracts on Peace and Progress ... (1872).
War-system of the commonwealth of nations: an address (1870).
The True Christian Patriot, a Discourse on the Virtues and Public Services ... (1860).
The war system of the commonwealth of nations : an address before the American Peace Society, at its anniversary in Boston, May 28, 1849 (1854).
The War with Mexico Reviewed (1850).
The true grandeur of nations: an oration delivered before the authorities of the city of Boston, July 4, 1845 (1846).
An address delivered before the American Peace Society at its annual meeting, May 26, 1845 (1845).
The Book of Peace: A Collection of Essays on War and Peace (1845).
Thoughts on peace and war (1844).
Prize essays on a Congress of nations, for the adjustment of international disputes, and for the promotion of universal peace without resort to arms. Together with a sixth essay, comprising the substance of the rejected essays (1840).
The Doom of War (1828).