- The Essence of Science; or, The catechism of positive sociology, and physical mentality. By a student of Auguste Comte. New York, C. Blanchard, 1859
- The religion of science: or, The art of actualizing liberty, and of perfecting and satisfactorily prolonging happiness : being a practical answer to the great question--"If you take awaymy religion, what will you give me in its stead?" New York: C. Blanchard, 1860
- Religio-political physics: or, The science and art of man's deliverance from ignorance-engendered mysticism, and its resulting theo-moral quackery and governmental brigandage. By Calvin Blanchard. New York, C. Blanchard, 1861
and the rather amazing:
- Astounding disclosures! : Hell on earth! Murder, rape, robbery, swindling, and forgery covertly organized! Cannibalism made dainty! : An exposition of the infernal machinations and horrible atrocities of whited sepulcherism : together with a sure plan for its speedy overthrow. 1860.
Blanchard is a very odd mix of elements: anarchism and positivism, to name the most important ones. His work is well worth the look.