Emma C. Embury was the daughter of James R. Manly, a New York physician. She published poetry in the New York Mirror and other journals, and after her marriage to Daniel Embury, kept a literary salon in Brooklyn.
An address on female education. 1831.
Constance Latimer, or, The blind girl, with other tales. 1837.
Pictures of early life, or, Sketches of youth. 1839.
American wild flowers in their native haunts. 1845.
The blind girl, with other tales. 1845.
Love's token-flowers. 1846.
Glimpses of home life, or, Causes and consequences. 1848.
The home offering, or, Causes and consequences. 1848.
Grace Morland: or, The weight of trifles. 1849.
The Waldorf Family; or, Grandfather's legends, 1848.
Tales for the young. 1853.
The poems of Emma C. Embury. 1869.