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Hello,I'm Wikidexel2 (David),from Wikipedia,I'm not new,just forgetted my password for my older account :).

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This section shows you what league's (American) website is the best. :)

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This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

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Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

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This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

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Help:Introduction
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This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. || Template:Yes ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages.
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One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. || Template:Yes ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages.
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Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages.

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Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages.
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Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. || Template:Dropped || Template:Dropped || Template:Dropped || Template:Dropped || Template:Dropped || Template:Dropped || Template:Dropped ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages.
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Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. || Template:Dropped || Template:Partial || Template:Partial || Template:Partial || Template:Partial || Template:Partial || Template:Dropped ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages.
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Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. || Template:Dropped || Template:Partial || Template:Yes || Template:Yes || Template:Yes || Template:Partial || Template:Dropped ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages.
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Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. || Template:Dropped || Template:Partial || Template:Yes || Template:Included || Template:Yes || Template:Partial || Template:Dropped ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages.
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Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. || Template:Dropped || Template:Partial || Template:Yes || Template:Yes || Template:Yes || Template:Partial || Template:Dropped ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages.
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Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. || Template:Dropped || Template:Partial || Template:Partial || Template:Partial || Template:Partial || Template:Partial || Template:Dropped ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages.
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Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. || Template:Dropped || Template:Dropped || Template:Dropped || Template:Dropped || Template:Dropped || Template:Dropped || Template:Dropped ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages.
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Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
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This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

In other languages: This menu links to the equivalent page on Wikisource projects in other languages. ||
Help:Introduction
One of a series of quick guides: General introductionReadingEditingAdding new textsAdding imagesOther help

This is a general introduction to Wikisource, the free library. The links above lead to more specific introductory pages about particular aspects of Wikisource; if you're new, please read this page first.

About Wikisource[edit]

Wikisource applies the wiki approach to building a free library by letting volunteer contributors collect, organize, proofread, illustrate and annotate English-language source texts. Wikisource, the free library, is a Wikimedia Foundation project and a sister site of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Like Wikipedia, Wikisource is a project that anyone can edit and is subject to the same terms of use. Primary sources found at Wikisource can often be used in conjunction with Wikipedia's encyclopedia articles for effective research.

Getting involved[edit]

Don't be afraid to contribute. If you make a mistake, someone else will correct it for you; we are a community of contributors and we will be glad to help you if you need help. You can add or edit source texts whenever you want, whether you are logged in or not. You can contact the community by posting a comment at the community page, the Scriptorium.

People are constantly improving Wikisource by completing current texts or adding new texts. The recent changes page lists some of the most recent of these edits. So far we have 1,019,517 pages of primary sources! Before adding your own texts, please review these introduction pages.

Wikisource's features[edit]

Tabs: At the top of every page, there are links that are called 'tabs' on Wikisource. These tabs give you access to pages related to the page you are viewing. Click on 'discussion' to see the talk page, where you can discuss the page with other editors. The 'edit' button lets you edit almost any page on Wikisource. You can see who edited the page before and even view older versions of the page from the 'history' tab. If you are logged in, you can move a page to a new title by clicking 'move'.

Along the side of the page are four sections.

Navigation menu: The 'navigation' section is the main menu for Wikisource, and leads to various important pages on Wikisource. The main page links to various important pages on Wikisource as well as displaying recent news or events. The community portal links to community pages, tasks that anyone can help with, and other community-related pages. The Scriptorium is the community discussion page, and is the place to post to if you need help or otherwise wish to contact the community. Recent changes lists the latest edits to Wikisource, Random page will choose a page to display at random, and Help leads to the help pages (including this one).

Search: The search form allows you to look for articles on Wikisource. If you know the exact name of an article, type it into the box and click [Go]. If you would like to search for an article using keywords, type in the relevant words and click [Search]. For advanced usage of the search bar, see Help:Search on the Meta-Wiki.

Toolbox: This menu lists various tools. What links here will display a list of pages on Wikisource that contain links to the page you're currently viewing. Related changes will list recent changes to pages the current page has links to. Upload file allows you to add an image or other media file to Wikisource. Special pages lists various pages automatically created and updated by Wikisource; these pages cannot be edited.

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ing-5 Disz júzör iz éböl tu käntcsribjút vit ä präfessönöl levöl of Inglis.


ing-4 Disz júzőr iz éböl tu käncsribjút vit ä nör-nyétív levöl of Inglis.


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History (My style :))[edit]

This is a short arcticle about History. This "arcticle" is in 4 parts,this is the 5. class part (about 2 million years ago to 476 C.E) then there's the 6. class part then the 7.th and then the 8.th class part. The first part is about the Prehistoric and Ancient ages.The part starts from 2 million years ago and ends at 476 C.E.

Part 1[edit]

Prehistoric times[edit]

• 2 million years ago: The Homo Erectus was appeared.

• 500 thousand years ago: The discovery of the fire.

• 200 thousand years ago: The first Homo Sapiens'.

• About 100 thousand years ago: The first Homo Sapiens Neander... (?) was appeared.

• About 35 thousand years ago: The first modern humans.

• About 30 thousand years ago: The dissapperance of the Homo Sapiens Neander...

• 8000 B.C.E: The birth of the argtictucle.

• 6000 B.C.E: The first city (Catal Hüyük).

• 5000 B.C.E: The first use of bronze.

• 4000 B.C.E: The discovery of writing (The end of the Prehistoric times).

Ancient times[edit]

The Ancient East[edit]

In the East,there were 4 bigger civilizations:

• The Mesopotamian Empire,

• The Indus-Valley civilization,

• Egypt,

and China.


Bus Stop[edit]

Welcome to the Bus stop!

Currently,there's only 1 line,that stops here (Line 1).For maps and information,please visit the Wikinews Bus Station.

Bus Stop[edit]

Wikisource
X Previsious stop Next stop
Line 1 Wikinews Wikispecies
Line 1A Wikinews Wikispecies