- Two Months Abroad (1878)
- An introduction to Thomas Halsey of Hertfordshire, England, and Southampton, Long Island, 1591-1679, with his American Descendents to the Eighth and Ninth Generations, by Jacob LaFayette Halsey and Edmund Drake Halsey (1895)
- Virginia Isabel Forbes (1900), a memoir of his wife
- The Old New York Frontier: Its Wars with Indians and Tories, its Missionary Schools, Pioneers and Land Titles, 1614-1800, Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1901
- American Authors And Their Homes, Personal Descriptions And Interviews, J. Pott & Company, New York (1901)
- The Pioneers of Unadilla Village, 1784-1840 (1902)
- Our Literary Deluge And Some of Its Deeper Waters (1902)
- The World's Famous Orations (with William Jennings Bryan) (ed., 10 volumes, 1906)
- The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose (with Senator Henry Cabot Lodge) (ed., 10 volumes, 1909)
- Great Epochs in American History, Described by Famous Writers, From Columbus to Roosevelt (ed., 10 volumes, 1912)
- Works by Francis Whiting Halsey at Project Gutenberg
- Seeing Europe with Famous Authors (Project Gutenberg) (ed., 10 volumes, 1914)
- The Literary Digest History of the World War, compiled from Original and Contemporary Sources: American, British, French, German, and Others (10 Volumes, 1919–20)
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“In the works of man, everything is as poor as its author; vision is confined, means are limited, scope is restricted, movements are labored, and results are humdrum.”
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—Bible: Hebrew, Proverbs 16:26.
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