Project Gutenberg

Last Change: January 22, 2016

Founded in 1971, Project Gutenberg, or PG, (Wikipedia page) is the world's oldest electronic library. Its holdings number more than 40,000 works, almost exclusively in the public domain (under US copyright law), and are available at no cost over the Internet.

Dozens of public domain science books may be downloaded freely (libre and gratis) by subject.

Books Solo-Produced

  1. Albert Einstein:
    Relativity: The Special and the General Theory, 3rd Ed.
  2. Albert Einstein:
    The Meaning of Relativity: Four Lectures Delivered at Princeton, May, 1921
  3. Joseph Louis Lagrange:
    Lectures on Elementary Mathematics
  4. Karl Friedrich Gauss:
    General Investigations of Curved Surfaces of 1827 and 1825
  5. George Boole:
    The Mathematical Analysis of Logic: Being an Essay Towards a Calculus of Deductive Reasoning.
  6. Felix Klein:
    On Riemann's Theory of Algebraic Functions and their Integrals: A Supplement to the Usual Treatises.
  7. Henri Poincaré:
    Science and Hypothesis.
  8. Augustus De Morgan:
    Elementary Illustrations of the Differential and Integral Calculus.
  9. Augustus De Morgan:
    On the study and difficulties of mathematics.
  10. Alfred North Whitehead:
    An Introduction to Mathematics.
  11. Bertrand Russell:
    Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy.
  12. John W. Moon:
    Topics on Tournaments.
  13. Hermann Weyl:
    Space--Time--Matter.
  14. Niels Bohr:
    On the Quantum Theory of Line-Spectra, Parts I and II.
  15. Niels Bohr:
    The Theory of Spectra and Atomic Constitution.
  16. Max Planck:
    Treatise on Thermodynamics.
  17. Josiah Willard Gibbs:
    On Multiple Algebra.
  18. Josiah Willard Gibbs:
    Elementary Principles in Statistical Mechanics.

Books Produced at Distributed Proofreaders

The books for which I did the overall assembly (termed “post-processing” at Distributed Proofreaders) are listed below.

  1. Alexander McAulay:
    The Utility of Quaternions in Physics
  2. Amos Emerson Dolbear:
    The Machinery of the Universe
  3. Karl Weierstrass:
    Theorie der Abel'schen Functionen
  4. Ernst Leonard Lindelöf:
    Le Calcul des Résidus et ses Applications à la Théorie des Fonctions
  5. Arthur Stanley Eddington:
    Space, Time and Gravitation
  6. Vito Volterra:
    Leçons sur l'Intégration des Équations Différentielles aux Dérivées Partielles
  7. Michel A. Melkanoff et al.:
    A Fortran Program for Elastic Scattering Analyses with the Nuclear Optical Model
  8. Leonard Eugene Dickson:
    First Course in the Theory of Equations
  9. Jacques Hadamard:
    Four Lectures on Mathematics
  10. Maurice Godefroy:
    La Fonction Gamma
  11. Albert Ribaucour:
    Étude des Élassoïdes ou Surfaces A Courbure Moyenne Nulle
  12. H. E. Slaught and N. J. Lennes:
    Solid Geometry with Problems and Applications (Revised edition)
  13. Florian Cajori:
    A History of Mathematics
  14. Arthur L. Baker:
    Elliptic Functions
  15. Amos Emerson Dolbear:
    Matter, Ether, and Motion
  16. Max Planck:
    Vorlesungen über Thermodynamik
  17. Forest Ray Moulton:
    An Introduction to Astronomy
  18. Philip H. Wicksteed:
    The Alphabet of Economic Science
  19. John Maynard Keynes:
    A Treatise on Probability
  20. Rudolf Clausius:
    Die Potentialfunction und das Potential
  21. John Henry:
    Abrégé de la Théorie des Fonctions Elliptiques
  22. Richard Chace Tolman:
    The Theory of the Relativity of Motion
  23. Hugh Blackburn:
    Elements of Plane Trigonometry
  24. Hermann Laurent:
    Sur les Principes Fondamentaux de la Théorie des Nombres et de la Géométrie
  25. Thomas Roberts:
    Tappet and Dobby Looms: Their Mechanism and Management
  26. Horace Bryon Heywood and Maurice Fréchet:
    L'Équation de Fredholm
  27. Sylvanus Phillips Thompson:
    Calculus Made Easy
  28. Wallie Abraham Hurwitz:
    Randwertaufgaben bei Systemen von Linearen Partiellen Differentialgleichungen erster Ordnung
  29. Leo Koenigsberger:
    Vorlesungen über die Theorie der Hyperelliptischen Integrale
  30. Ernest Vessiot:
    Leçons de Géométrie Supérieure
  31. George Howard Darwin:
    Scientific Papers, Vol. V
  32. Felix Klein:
    The Evanston Colloquium: Lectures on Mathematics Delivered From Aug. 28 to Sept. 9, 1893 Before Members of the Congress of Mathematics Held in Connection with the World's Fair in Chicago
  33. Heinrich Emil Timerding:
    Die Analyse des Zufalls
  34. David Bierens de Haan:
    Note sur une Méthode pour la Réduction d'Intégrales Définies et sur son Application à Quelques Formules Spécials
  35. George Albert Wentworth:
    The First Steps in Algebra
  36. Charles Briot and Jean Claude Bouquet:
    Théorie des Fonctions Elliptiques
  37. Godfrey Harold Hardy:
    Orders of Infinity: The `Infinitärcalcül' of Paul Du Bois-Reymond
  38. George Howard Darwin:
    The Tides and Kindred Phenomena in the Solar System
  39. Godfrey Harold Hardy:
    A Course of Pure Mathematics
  40. Kurt Hensel:
    Zahlentheorie
  41. Max Planck:
    The Theory of Heat Radiation
  42. Évariste Galois:
    Oeuvres mathématiques d'Évariste Galois
  43. William Burnside:
    Theory of Groups of Finite Order
  44. William Frank White:
    A Scrap-Book of Elementary Mathematics