A few highlights of the many publications Morse put forth during his life.
First Book of Zoölogy
First published in 1875, this book "presupposes an entire ignorance of animals on the part of the student."
Japanese Homes and their Surroundings
This book was first published in 1885, and describes and illustrates the construction of Japanese homes.
Ancient and Modern Arrow Release
Originally published in the Bulletin of the Essex Institute (now a part of PEM), Vol. XVII, 1885.
Below are links to books and articles that were published about Morse and his research.
Bibliography of Edward Sylvester Morse
A typewritten chronological bibliography compliled by Albert P. Morse (no relation), Curator of Natural History at the Peabody Museum of Salem, 1927.
Japan day by day : an exhibition
Published in conjunction with an exhibition honoring Edward Sylvester Morse and commemorating the hundredth anniversary of his arrival in Japan. The exhibition was held at the Peabody Museum of Salem, in 1977.
Edward Sylvester Morse, a biography
Published in 1942, this book is still considered the authoritative biography of Morse.
Edward S. Morse as a Zoological Illustrator with notes on his handwriting
This article was originally published in the Essex Institute Historical Collections, Volume CIII, January 1967
Sketch of Professor Edward S. Morse
A brief biography of Morse published in Popular Science Monthly, 1878, volume 13, pages 102-104.
Ephemera from the Phillips Library collection associated with Edward S. Morse
Certificate of membership
Certificate of membership issued to Edward S. Morse in the American Flag House and Betsy Ross memorial Association, 1899.