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    Page protection Edit Allow all users infinite Move Allow all users infinite Edit history Page creator Pathoschild talk contribs Date of page creation 11 46 9 May 2006 Latest editor Clockery talk contribs Date of latest edit 15 36 13 September 2013 Total number of edits 49 Recent number of edits within past 30 days 0 Recent number of distinct authors 0 External tools Revision history statistics Revision history search

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    Sound and the adjacent country Diaries of Court Ladies of Old Japan Doctor Syn Dulce et Decorum est Stallworthy edition E Elegie II The English Constitution 1894 F Fatal fall of Wright airship The Fight at Dame Europa s School Finished with the War A Soldier s Declaration Flatland first edition Flight 93 Cockpit Transcript G German 25th Army Instrument of Surrender 4 May 1945 German Instrument of Surrender 7 May 1945 Gettysburg Address Goblin Market and Other Poems 1862 After Death H Homes of the London Poor The Hound of the Baskervilles Houston Where Seventeen Railroads Meet the Sea J A Jewish State 1917 translation K The Kiss and its History Kopal Kundala L Laura Secord A Study in Canadian Patriotism The Laws of Hammurabi King of Babylonia Le Corbeau Mallarmé The Legend of Sleepy Hollow 1864 The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders R N M Magic Ellis Stanyon Makers of British botany Mexico as it was and as it is Mrs Caudle s curtain lectures N No Treason O Omnibuses and Cabs Orders to German Commanders on Surrender 5 May 1945 P Picturesque New Guinea Poems by Wilfred Owen Popular Science Monthly Volume 1 The Problems of Philosophy Proclamation 95 Q Queen Mab R Rambles in New Zealand Resignation letter Roosevelt The Russian School of Painting S Shaving Made Easy The Songs of a Sentimental Bloke South Africa Act 1909 Brand Southern Life in Southern Literature John James Audubon A specimen of the botany of New Holland Stops of Various Quills Studies of a Biographer A Study in Scarlet Susan B Anthony petition for remission of fine T Tales Poe The Black Cat The Times 1871 Obituary The Late Mr Charles Babbage F R S The Time Machine Heinemann text Tracks of McKinlay and party across Australia Transcript

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    Tesla Serbian inventor see the improvements E E Cummings American poet see the improvements John McCrae Canadian soldier see the improvements Maximilien Robespierre French revolutionary see the improvements Isaac Brock British Canadian General see the improvements Albert Schweitzer Alsatian humanitarian see the improvements Charles Spurgeon British preacher see the improvements Irving Berlin American songwriter see the improvements Barack Obama American President see the improvements John McCain United States Senator see the improvements Søren Kierkegaard Danish philosopher see the improvements John Masefield British poet see the improvements Percival Lowell American astronomer see the improvements W L Mackenzie King Canadian Prime Minster see the improvements John Gould English ornithologist see the improvements Cookbooks see the improvements Karl Marx German philosopher see the improvements Aeschylus Greek tragedian see the improvements George W Bush American President see the improvements Honoré de Balzac French novelist and playwright see the improvements John Cuthbert Hare British Aristocrat see the improvements Sabine Baring Gould British author see the improvements see the improvements Ovid Roman Poet see the improvements see the improvements Haile Selassie Ethiopian Emperor see the improvements Arthur Schopenhauer German philosopher see the improvements Abu Hamid al Ghazālī Persian Theologian see the improvements Winston Churchill British Prime Minister see the improvements Jefferson Davis American secessionist see the improvements see the improvements Rabindranath Tagore Indian poet see the improvements Ivan Turgenev Russian novelist see the improvements William Gordon Stables British adventure author see the improvements Stratemeyer Syndicate American ghostwriters see the improvements Thomas Wyatt English poet see the improvements Christopher Marlowe Elizabethan dramatist see the improvements Richard Francis Burton British traveller see the improvements Nikolai Gogol Russian author see the improvements Alfred Nobel Swedish inventor see the improvements see the improvements James Cook British Explorer see the improvements Napoleon Bonaparte French Emperor see the improvements Henry Ford American

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    of an individual person that we add travel books The Library of Congress has a massive collection of these books and I find them quite interesting Zhaladshar Talk 19 23 10 February 2008 UTC I think travel books separate from any given author would still be a good idea Quadell talk swapmeet 18 49 12 February 2008 UTC World War I poetry edit I have been working on World War I poetry and could use some help Danny 19 31 10 February 2008 UTC Notices edit I added this note to the English Wikipedia This would probably be a good idea in the future Who knows it might drag more Wikipedians in Quadell talk swapmeet 18 49 12 February 2008 UTC Ha I should learn to read above before I leap I ve now switched the notice to use the nifty template Quadell talk swapmeet 18 54 12 February 2008 UTC Clinton edit If we make a significant start to collate these documents it seems likely that there will be many hands arriving to finish the project John Vandenberg chat 00 04 20 March 2008 UTC I m up for it but 11 000 is huge Mtmelendez 13 31 22 March 2008 UTC It should keep us busy Glad to hear you are keen It might be a week or two before we start on this project Lets get the ground work in order and promote the collaboration project If we get one or two more people interested it will start sooner rather than latter This is the archives gov press release and here are the actual documents in PDF format To prepare for the project we need to obtained those PDF files convert them to DJVU files using Any2DjVu and upload them to the Wikimedia Commons project John Vandenberg chat 14 20 22 March 2008 UTC Ok I ll try out a few uploads to get the hang of it I just finished the GWB radio addresses so I ll dedicate some time to these new documents Mtmelendez 14 52 22 March 2008 UTC Would it make more sense to see who the US Democratic nominee is first then plan on using CotW to get both the Republican and Democrat nominee s texts listed I d hate to turn down Obama in a few weeks because we just had Bush and Hillary etc I think I d rather say Let s make a plan to feature either Obama or Clinton whichever one wins the nomination the week they are announced We can either do McCain the following week or we could try to do both in one week Sherurcij Collaboration of the Week Author Aeschylus 22 50 26 March 2008 UTC While we wait for the US Democratic nominee to be decided we could focus on Author John McCain who is presumptive nominee for the Republicans We only have four of his speeches John Vandenberg chat 03 42 1 May 2008 UTC Seneca edit I am nominating Seneca the Younger for a Collaboration Week candidate forasmuch as his page is scant in works and rather deprived of sufficient formatting save On the Shortness of Life which is commendable Grammaticus 13 25 2 April 2008 UTC Nice find but we just did Aeschylus a week ago I d argue for more diverse selection although we may return to ancient authors in a few weeks Mtmelendez 03 04 3 April 2008 UTC John Masefield edit I would like to nominate John Masefield He is a widely anthologised poet and was the British Poet Laureate yet he only has three poems on here Cato 19 01 7 April 2008 UTC As Cato presumably knows I m a great fan of John Masefield and uploaded two of his three poems here But we ve had plenty of British authors Poetlister 12 40 10 April 2008 UTC Japanese literature edit Wikisource Japan and Category Works originally in Japanese are virtually empty We could either tackle this by finding an Japanese author whose works have been translated taking a religious angle and working on Wikisource Shinto or by using Wikisource Japan as the focal point of a CotW John Vandenberg chat 17 14 15 April 2008 UTC Schedule edit So if we re to get a Canadian in can I suggest the following schedule for the next couple weeks Author William Lyon Mackenzie King to get a Canadian in and one who took political advice from his dead cat while ruling the country nonetheless Either Wikisource Confucianism or Wikisource Shinto personally I d prefer the former since I think there are more scriptural works out there Author Percival Lowell Author John Masefield Author Seneca Author Søren Kierkegaard Author Hafez possibly It ll give us a nice mix of politicians poets psychologists theologists and such as well as a smattering of nationalisties Also once the US Democratic candidate is chosen we ll do a week where we concentrate on the two US presidential candidates so we re doing our civic duty to keep the world informed Sherurcij Collaboration of the Week Cookbooks 20 29 16 April 2008 UTC Yay to Percival Lowell I wrote the Wikiquote article Poetlister 21 41 16 April 2008 UTC If you are seeking for another prospective candidate I would certainly suggest John Dryden Grammaticus 15 22 17 April 2008 UTC No objection though I d give him lower priority than Masefield Poetlister 16 38 17 April 2008 UTC Masfield may be PD in the US but it certainly isn t in the UK Yet ShakespeareFan00 10 43 2 May 2008 UTC What about some of the older English Poets like for example Coleridge ShakespeareFan00 10 43 2 May 2008 UTC I thought we abided by American copyright law here Nobody s objected to the poems we have so far all published well before 1923 Yes there are lots of older poets to be done Poetlister 21 46 2 May 2008 UTC Author Samuel Taylor Coleridge is reasonably well covered although it did and probably still does neglect to mention a few of his important works The point is that this doesnt appear to be an area where significant growth can be achieved by working on it as a group John Vandenberg chat 22 45 2 May 2008 UTC I m working on Coleridge Poetlister 12 55 5 May 2008 UTC Poets are generally good because it only takes ten minutes to find and add a poem but as Jay said we should focus on poets where we don t currently have more than two or three works And if we can find a non American non British non Australian non Russian poet even better Go find a Rhodesian poet with Public Domain translations Sherurcij Collaboration of the Week William Lyon Mackenzie King 00 22 3 May 2008 UTC ANy votes on whether to go with Wikisource Confucianism or Wikisource Shinto tomorrow Personally I think the former as I think it will yield more writings of rather than scholarly analyses Sherurcij Collaboration of the Week William Lyon Mackenzie King 20 27 2 May 2008 UTC Wikisource Confucianism is the easier of the two I m not sold on Shinto for a topic I think we should coordinate with ja ws before selecting which angle to take in order to increase our coverage Japanese literature John Vandenberg chat 21 22 2 May 2008 UTC Sherucij perhaps Hafez would be an agreeable candidate for non Anglo c poesy For it appears that this celebrated poet is even yet to have an article bestowed I am certain that a number of translations many predating the twentieth century particularly the Divan are extant in the English tongue To wit there is a certain translation by one H Bicknell about whom I know nothing other than I own a translation by his hand dating 1900 Grammaticus 17 11 3 May 2008 UTC We need more Arabs less Persians lol But I agree Hafez seems like a good choice for a non Anglo author better than Ibn Arabi and we don t want two more Persian Sufis in such close following so I ll replace Ibn Arabi on our schedule with Hafez pending any other opinions or suggestions Sherurcij Collaboration of the Week Wikisource Confucianism 17 36 3 May 2008 UTC Rhodesian Arthur Shearly Cripps though there may be copyright issues Poetlister 20 28 3 May 2008 UTC So are there copyright concerns about Masefield Sherurcij Collaboration of the Week Author Percival Lowell 20 09 14 May 2008 UTC If we go by the usual American rules many of his poems including the ones uploaded so far were published before 1923 so should be OK However his later poetry and his novels and plays are presumably still in copyright If we go by British rules all of his work is still copyright as only he died about 40 years ago Poetlister 15 21 15 May 2008 UTC Next edit Was going to do Seneca but saw Grammaticus had gone inactive over the summer Now thinking something from Wikisource Religious texts or Wikisource Wars would be a nice choice somebody want to choose a favourite under represented war or religion Sherurcij Collaboration of the Week Author Davy Crockett 23 52 28 October 2008 UTC Definitely wars WWI poetry especially to help us participate in WS S Wiki Campus Radio Nov 11th Armistice Day John Vandenberg chat 01 41 29 October 2008 UTC Author John McCrae it is then We can get up a bunch of his poems and letters to supplement the wealth we have by Owen and Sassoon Sherurcij Collaboration of the Week Author Davy Crockett 02 39 29 October 2008 UTC Author John Ruskin edit Hello I would like to proposed John Ruskin an English art critic and social critic as well as an author poet and artist I already improved his page on Commons commons John Ruskin o Yann talk 16 56 30 October 2008 UTC I do get to grumble that it s meant to improve the collections of people we have zero few works from not 19 P Sherurcij Collaboration of the Week Author John McCrae 05 14 5 November 2008 UTC Proposed Author Harvey Milk edit This will likely be on the en wiki Main Page on 27 November 2008 Would be nice to have a cross project collaboration effort Cirt talk 19 07 25 November 2008 UTC I assume his only works would be speeches would there be some loophole that allows us to avoid the Coretta King controversy and undoubtedly say they are all public domain He seems a bit recent Sherurcij Collaboration of the Week e e cummings 20 09 25 November 2008 UTC Moni3 would know best she worked on bringing the en wiki article w Harvey Milk to FA Cirt talk 20 12 25 November 2008 UTC I ve never done anything like this on Wikisource Not sure what to do or tell you What would you like You can leave me messages on my talk page on Wikipedia Moni3 128 227 205 118 20 31 25 November 2008 UTC I ll try to find some stuff doing a bit of my own research and check back here to see if it checks out for inclusion But don t worry about it it doesn t seem fodder for a big collaboration drive at this point Cirt talk 03 09 26 November 2008 UTC It is a bit too late for us to be involved before the 27th We would need a few weeks notice to find sources and related texts and verify copyright status But fill up the author page and its talk page with any works that might be of interest and we ll slot it in if there is a sizeable amount of work ready to be tackled John Vandenberg chat 06 41 27 November 2008 UTC No worries Like I said I will try to just slowly work on this one over time for now Cirt talk 15 56 27 November 2008 UTC Author Joseph McCabe edit This freethinker wrote translated and collaborated on hundreds of books and we have one work he translated There s about twenty or thirty proofread texts on the internet that could easily be copied over and many more on archive org Psych less 20 13 24 December 2008 UTC Charles Darwin b 12 Feb 1809 edit I would like to see us work on Charles Darwin in time for the anniversary of his 200th birthday which is a couple of weeks away I know that it is short notice however it could be a useful target with some publicity surely to take place on or around the day billinghurst talk 05 33 25 January 2009 UTC Schedule edit Next Author Joseph McCabe Done After Author Romain Rolland Done Author Jean Jaurès edit Famous French politician Jean Jaurès was born in 1859 so 2009 is his 150th birthday So I proposed we should have this author sometimes this year preferably September 2009 Yann talk 13 29 13 February 2009 UTC Can I suggest that we use this as the next CotW and the anniversary date was 3 Sep billinghurst talk 12 10 4 September 2009 UTC Author Carl Linnaeus edit It seems that the English Wikisource has none of his works in translation at all EncycloPetey talk 15 40 13 August 2009 UTC Archive org show these works about with these work by billinghurst talk 05 04 14 August 2009 UTC Next week edit Author Dorothy Day or Author Khwaja Kamal ud Din Sherurcij Collaboration of the Week Author David Livingstone 03 59 14 October 2009 UTC My vote goes to Author Khwaja Kamal ud Din there are a ton of great works and they would make a great CotW Mattwj2002 talk 19 38 17 October 2009 UTC Disney Movie CotW Idea edit Guys I had a unique idea for the next CotW Why don t we do a CotW of works that became Disney movies Some examples even though we might have some of these include Snow White Cinderella Pinocchio etc What do you guys think Do we have enough public domain texts to add I know we are missing Snow White and I will probably add that Let me know what you think Thanks Mattwj2002 talk 03 23 25 October 2009 UTC That sounds like a neat portal idea I think we should do it John Vandenberg chat 18 46 11 September 2010 UTC The trouble is which version do we use Snow White is a folk story collected by the Brothers Grimm but do we use their version or one of the innumerable different ones published since Cinderella is even worse as the Brothers Grimm version differs greatly from an earlier version published by Perrault Longfellow talk 12 30 13 September 2010 UTC If it is published we can provide it and do We don t have to choose which Snow white Cinderella or other version we add and it is not what libraries do the decisions and discussion about the choice and relationship of these pages is discussed at their articles at wikipedia Note that they have one page for the subject or topic we potentially have many pages with similar titles cygnis insignis 22 19 13 September 2010 UTC Done John Vandenberg chat 04 12 14 September 2010 UTC Christopher Columbus edit I don t know if you guys are interested in suggestions from people that don t participate here and have no intention of doing so but I m having great difficulty getting my head around the fact that Author Christopher Columbus is a red link at least it was when I wrote this Hesperian 00 19 30 November 2009 UTC A Google Books search indicates several public domain translations of his journals narratives log plus what has been written about him could fill a library Though I m tempted to create the page myself I wouldn t do it justice This warrants a collaborative effort Hesperian 13 05 18 November 2009 UTC Niccolò Machiavelli edit I have been working on his page myself now for some time But I could really need some help in adding more of his works There is quite a lot of texts and many interesting translations from different time periods to be found online The Illusional Ministry talk 16 57 28 November 2009 UTC Nice idea Is there any time that is better than any other for this to run billinghurst talk 23 23 28 November 2009 UTC As far as I know there are now jubilees or such coming up so I don t think any time would be better then any other The Illusional Ministry talk 18 35 29 November 2009 UTC Author Paul Heyse edit Paul Johann Ludwig von Heyse won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1910 A centennial recognition Ingram talk 22 05 27 February 2010 UTC Is next week OK John Vandenberg chat 18 44 11 September 2010 UTC Author Charlotte Marie Mason edit Author Charlotte Marie Mason has a lot of online redlinks Sherurcij Collaboration of the Week Author Thomas Carlyle 17 15 6 March 2010 UTC Done May 2010 billinghurst sDrewth 13 20 10 June 2010 UTC Portal Domesday survey edit I propose we have a CotW for this portal See User talk John Vandenberg Archive 2009 2010 Domesday Book for background John Vandenberg chat 09 24 4 September 2010 UTC Support and feel that we should uphold our tradition of a looooong extended week billinghurst sDrewth 12 22 4 September 2010 UTC Carried without dissent John Vandenberg chat 00 28 5 September 2010 UTC Classical Chinese Literature edit There aren t many complete translations of classical Chinese works There are some works that are complete or nearly complete for Confucius but many others such as the Classics Zhuangzi Mencius and Mo Zi are either largely empty or non existent I am currently working on translating Mo Zi into English

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    improvements Nikola Tesla Serbian inventor see the improvements E E Cummings American poet see the improvements John McCrae Canadian soldier see the improvements Maximilien Robespierre French revolutionary see the improvements Isaac Brock British Canadian General see the improvements Albert Schweitzer Alsatian humanitarian see the improvements Charles Spurgeon British preacher see the improvements Irving Berlin American songwriter see the improvements Barack Obama American President see the improvements John McCain United States Senator see the improvements Søren Kierkegaard Danish philosopher see the improvements John Masefield British poet see the improvements Percival Lowell American astronomer see the improvements W L Mackenzie King Canadian Prime Minster see the improvements John Gould English ornithologist see the improvements Cookbooks see the improvements Karl Marx German philosopher see the improvements Aeschylus Greek tragedian see the improvements George W Bush American President see the improvements Honoré de Balzac French novelist and playwright see the improvements John Cuthbert Hare British Aristocrat see the improvements Sabine Baring Gould British author see the improvements see the improvements Ovid Roman Poet see the improvements see the improvements Haile Selassie Ethiopian Emperor see the improvements Arthur Schopenhauer German philosopher see the improvements Abu Hamid al Ghazālī Persian Theologian see the improvements Winston Churchill British Prime Minister see the improvements Jefferson Davis American secessionist see the improvements see the improvements Rabindranath Tagore Indian poet see the improvements Ivan Turgenev Russian novelist see the improvements William Gordon Stables British adventure author see the improvements Stratemeyer Syndicate American ghostwriters see the improvements Thomas Wyatt English poet see the improvements Christopher Marlowe Elizabethan dramatist see the improvements Richard Francis Burton British traveller see the improvements Nikolai Gogol Russian author see the improvements Alfred Nobel Swedish inventor see the improvements see the improvements James Cook British Explorer see the improvements Napoleon Bonaparte French Emperor see the improvements Henry

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    oldid 4337129 Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in Namespaces Project page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history More Search Navigation Main Page Community portal Central discussion Recent changes Subject index Authors Random work Random author Random transcription Help Donate Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Permanent link Page information Download print Create a book Download as PDF Printable version In

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    the input box Once you think you have completely and accurately transcribed a page click the yellow button for Proofread before saving the page This means only one contributor you has verified its contents If the page was already marked proofread when you got here your job is to validate the transcription you see in the box below you You can tell because the yellow button will already be marked and you will have the option to mark it green Please make any necessary corrections and then click the green button for Validated before saving the page Once the transcription is completed whether it s proofread or validated please list the document to the project page so we can keep track of change Remember this is a wiki Mistakes can be fixed by more experienced editors So be bold and have fun Need more help What is Wikisource Advanced proofreading guide Advanced wiki guide Special formatting Ask a question to the community NARA logo About WikiProject NARA The United States National Archives and Records Administration is an independent agency of the United States government charged with preserving and documenting government and historical records It holds a huge quantity of information much of which falls under What Wikisource Includes However many records while nominally available to the public are not easily accessed over the Internet This WikiProject aims to co ordinate and oversee the addition of valuable works from NARA in the Wikisource corpus It provides a common discussion area lists of works that are wanted in progress needing work and ready for normal proofreading to begin It is hoped that this project will attract users from outside Wikisource and there is plenty to do without being acquainted with the full Wikisource system although if we can persuade new users to

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    of its projects Use of the Wikimedia logos and trademarks is subject to the Wikimedia trademark policy and visual identity guidelines and may require permission This tag does not indicate the copyright status of the attached work A normal copyright tag is still required See Commons Licensing for more information ব ল Deutsch English español فارسی français galego Alemannisch italiano 日本語 한국어 македонски Nederlands polski português svenska ไทย Türkçe українська 中文 简体 中文 繁體 File history Click on a date time to view the file as it appeared at that time Date Time Thumbnail Dimensions User Comment current 11 17 26 November 2014 500 430 13 KB FRacco logo centered 13 33 19 November 2013 510 430 13 KB Tpt User created page with UploadWizard File usage The following 44 pages link to this file User Abjiklam User Beeswaxcandle Works User Byjuvtvm User Clockery Userboxes User Cmgiarra User Djr13 User DutchTreat User EricSerge User Feydey User Iain Bell User John Carter User Jonastyleranderson User Jrabbit User KRLS User Maximilianklein User Moondyne Awards User Moondyne Contributions User Mukkakukaku User Nikolas Tales User Samwilson User Slowking4 User VIGNERON User William Maury Morris II User Wylve User Yann User talk BirgitteSB Wikisource Community collaboration Wikisource News 2013 12 Wikisource News 2014 01 Wikisource Scriptorium Archives 2014 01 Wikisource Tenth Anniversary Contest Wikisource Tenth Anniversary Contest Data Wikisource Tenth Anniversary Contest Summary Category Tenth Anniversary Contest Index Amazing Stories Volume 21 Number 06 djvu Index Dictionary of Slang Jargon Cant 1889 by Barrere Leland djvu Index Doctor Syn A Smuggler Tale of the Romney Marsh djvu Index Foggerty djvu Index Historical Essays and Studies djvu Index Lieutenant and Others 1915 by Sapper djvu Index Mahatma Gandhi his life writings and speeches djvu Index Men of Mark in America vol 1 djvu Index Royalnavyhistory01clow djvu

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