Here you can find links to public histories and web texts relevant to our research. These documents reside both locally (on our server) and elsewhere. Please feel free to download and use anything we have here.
Many of our online histories and documents are provided by sources such as: DLibra (Univ. of Poznan), GenWiki, the Internet Archive, Open Library, and more.
It is important to note that we are beginning to load many publications / documents onto our site using DJVU whenever possible. Each DJVU document will attempt open in a DJVU ebook format and should run quite quickly from our internal site. If this does not happen for you please be aware:
NOTE: DJVU requires a plugin for your browser.Should you experience troubles viewing our documents, please visit the DJVU site to learn more. If after visiting the DJVU site you still need additional help, feel free to use our contact form.
Downloads for PDF versions of these documents may also be found on our Reference Downloads page for easy retrieval. DJVU documents may be downloaded through use of the DJVU plugin itself.