MORE THAN any biography, however detailed, Don Mariano's works show us what kind of a man he was. This list of his works, both published and unpublished, is probably incomplete. Though all his published works are out of print, years before his death he had donated copies of most, if not all, of his works to the University of the Philippines Library in Diliman, Quezon City, with the late Miss Marina G. Dayrit, Librarian of the University of the Philippines, as custodian of his works.

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In a conversation with this writer in the early 1970's, Don Mariano remarked that he had wanted to donate his works to his first alma mater, but he was turned down.

-A Better Diet for a Better Race (chart)

-A Brief History of the Town of Angeles

-ABECEDE Capampangan (syllabary)

-Actions and Uses of Selected Philippine Plants

-Appraisal of Philippine Rice, An

-Appraisal of Philippine Sugar, An

-Archaelogists vs Historians in the Philippines

-Blood Relationships Among the Mayors of Angeles City (chart)

-Date of Issue and of Circulation of Philippine Postage Stamps from 1854 to 1963

-Ejercicio Cotidiano by Doña Luisa G. de Leon (Pampango)

-Evolution of Pampango Writing through the Centuries

-Foundation of Angeles, Pampanga (Pampanga corrido)

-Genealogy of All Hensons of Pampanga to IV Generation

-Genealogy of Aniceto Gatbonton and Baldomera de la Rosa of Candaba, Pampanga, to III Generation

-Genealogy of Eugenio Juco and Maria David of Guagua, Pampanga, 1819 to III Generation

-Genealogy of Francisco delos Santos and Luisa Gonzaga de Leon, famed authoress of the Ejercicio Cotidiano, of Bacolor, Pampanga, 1800 to IV Generation

-Genealogy of Mariano Cruz de Miranda and Magdalena Ticsay of Santa Rita, Pampanga, to IV Generation

-Genealogy of the Jucos of Guagua, the Mirandas of Santa Rita, and the Santos-De Leons of Porac in the Province of Pampanga

-Genealogy of the Rulers of Central Luzon as Related in the Will of Fernando Malang Balagtas

-Graphic study of 61 Years of Sugarcane and Palay Crops of the Direct Descendants of Mariano V. Henson in the Haciendas of Pangpang -Bangcal and Luyus-Tabun, Angeles, Pampanga

-How to Play Sungca

-Ing Pangatatag Ning Balen Angeles (narrative poem)

-Lazy and Dutiful Numbers in the Philppine Sweepstakes

-Modern Rice Culture (Pampango)

-Pampango Cuisine, 160 Recipes by the author (Pampango)

-Peñola y Tinta de Mariano A. Henson (Latin, Spanish, English, and Pampango Anthology)

-Peoples that Made The Philippines' Race and Influenced Its Culture

-Philippine Tables of Equivalents

-Prophets and Prophecies

-Sapilitan Daptan Para Mupul Dacal a Pale (Must Do's For A Bountiful Harvest)

-Sun Spots, Comets and Calamities

-Sweepstakes Lazy and Dutiful Numbers

-Tables of Palay Share Crop Divisions: 55-45, 70-30 and 75-25 Per Cent, in Cavans, Gantas, and Chupas

-The Date of Issue and of Circulation of Philippine Postage Stamps: 1854-1963

-The Descendants of the Founders of Angeles, Don Angel Pantaleon de Miranda and Doña Rosalia de Jesus, and of Severino Henson and Placida Paras of San Fernando

-The Hensons of Pampanga

-The New Town of Magalang (map)

-The Province of Pampanga and its Towns (up to Fourth Revised Edition)

-The Tastes and Ways of a Pampango

-The Three Successive Sites of Magalng, Pampanga (map)

-What Other Poultry Books Did Not Tell

-Wise Travels, Happy Pocket