James Branch Cabell's
1879:April 14, James Branch Cabell born at 101 East Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia.
1894:Matriculated College of William and Mary at age fifteen.
1898:Graduated from college, where he had taught French and Greek as an undergraduate.
1898-1900:Worked as a newspaper reporter in New York.
1901:Reporter in Richmond; first stories accepted for publication; suspected of murder in Richmond.
1902:Seven stories published in national magazines.
1904:The Eagle's Shadow.
1905:The Line of Love.
1907:Branchiana (genealogy); Gallantry.
1909:The Cords of Vanity; Chivalry.
1911:Branch of Abingdom (genealogy).
1911-1913:Employed in office of the Branch (his uncle's) coal mines in West Virginia
1913:The Soul of Melicent (later title Domnei); November 8, married Priscilla Bradley Shepard.
1915:The Rivet in Grandfather's Neck; August 25, Ballard Hartwell Cabell born; The Major's and Their Marriages (his wife's genealogy).
1916:The Certain Hour; From the Hidden Way.
1917:The Cream of the Jest.
1919:Beyond Life; Jurgen (suppressed January 14, 1920, cleared October 19, 1922).
1920:The Judging of Jurgen.
1921:Figures of Earth; Taboo; Joseph Hergesheimer; The Jewel Merchants; edited October, November, and December issues of the Reviewer.
1922:The Lineage of Lichfield.
1923:The High Place.
1924:Straws and Prayer-Books.
1926:The Silver Stallion; The Music from Behind the Moon.
1927:Something About Eve.
1928:The White Robe; Ballades from the Hidden Way.
1929:Sonnets from Antan; The Way of Ecben.
1927-1930:The Storisende Edition of the The Works of James Branch Cabell with prefaces, in eighteen volumes.
1930:Some of Us; Between Dawn and Sunrise (selections edited by John Macy).
1932:These Restless Heads (dropped James from name).
1934:Smirt; Ladies and Gentlemen.
1936:Preface to the Past (prefaces from the Storisende Edition).
1938:The King Was in His Counting House.
1940:Hamlet Had an Uncle.
1942:The First Gentleman of America.
1943:The St. Johns (with A.J. Hanna).
1946:There Were Two Pirates.
1947:Let Me Lie.
1949:The Devil's Own Dear Son; March 29, death of Priscilla Bradley Cabell.
1950:June 15, married Margaret Waller Freeman.
1955:As I Remember It.