Henry Alley was a 19th-century American apiarist and author. He concentrated on successfully rearing queen bees, and developed the Alley method of queen-rearing.
- The Bee-Keeper's Handy Book: or Twenty-Two Years' Experience in Queen-Rearing pp. 184. Wenham, MA: Henry Alley (1883).
- The National Beekeeper's Directory, Containing a Classified List of the Beekeepers of the United States and Canada; With Essays and Hints Regarding the Successful Management of the Apiary. Salem, MA: Salem Press (1889).
- Thirty Years Among the Bees: The Result of a Quarter-Century Experience in Rearing Queen-Bees, Giving the Practical, Every-Day Work of the Apiary pp. 72. Salem, MA: Henry Alley (1891).
- A Brief History of the Adel Strain of Yellow-Banded Bees. Wenham, MA: Henry Alley (1896).
- Improved Queen-Rearing: Or, How to Rear Large, Prolific, Long-Lived Queen Bees pp. 55. Beverly, MA: Henry Alley (1903).