Wikisource:Works/2014

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January[edit]

A History of the Medical Department of the University of Pennsylvania (1869)

The Life and Works of Christopher Dock (1908)

Travelling Companions (1919)

Sketches of the History of the Church of Scotland (1882)

Kidnapped in London (1897)

Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect (1879)

Myth, Ritual, and Religion (1887)

A Short View of the Immorality and Profaneness of the English Stage (1698)

Notes on the Present and Future of the Archaeological Collections of the University of Oxford (1881)

Watch and Ward (1878)

The poems of Edmund Clarence Stedman (1908)

Wikipedia’s Founder Lectures in Buenos Aires (2009)

by United States Department of State

Remarks on Some Late Decisions Respecting the Colonial Church (1866)

The Jubilee, or what I heard and saw in London (1852)

Hawarden Castle (1870)

Letter to Young Girls (Ruskin) (1876)

Some New Philosophical Views (1881)

Reform of Parliamentary Procedure (1882)

by National Union of Conservative & Constitutional Associations

Canterbury Papers (1850)

by Association for Founding the Settlement of Canterbury in New Zealand

Historical and biographical sketches (1883)

Who are Insulting the Working Classes? (1879)

Explanatory notes of a pack of Cavalier playing cards, temp. Charles II. (1886)

The Diatomaceae of Philadelphia and Vicinity (1916)

Why the Shoe Pinches (1861)

Navvies and Their Needs (1871)

Weather Facts and Predictions - 3rd edition (1877)

Grimshaw, Bagshaw, and Bradshaw (1851)

New Zealand Moths and Butterflies (1898)

February[edit]

The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, Vol. III. House of Fame; Legend of Good Women; Treatise on the Astrolabe; Sources of the Canterbury Tales. (1900)

Childe Harold's Pilgrimage (1899)

My life in China and America (1909)

The Doctrinal Statement of the World Conference on Christian Fundamentals 1919 (1919)

by The World Conference on Christian Fundamentals, May 25–31, 1919

Farm labourers, their friendly societies, and the poor law (1870)

The early history of the property of married women (1873)

Two speeches of Robert R. Torrens, Esq., M.P., on emigration, and the colonies (1870)

Letters from an old railway official: to his son, a division superintendent (1904)

'Free speech' on the Internet could be expensive (2010)

Daisy Miller: A Study (1878)

The Indian Dispossessed (1906)

Twenty-three Tales (1906)

The Story of Peter Pan (1907)

Is Shakespeare Dead? (1909)

The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, Vol. II. Boethius; Troilus. (1900)

On to Pekin (1900)

The History of the University of Pennsylvania (1834)

March[edit]

The Golden Threshold (1905)

Character of Renaissance Architecture (1905)

Illuminated Manuscripts in Classical and Mediaeval Times (1892)

A Foremost American Lyrist (1913)

Confidence (1880)

A Camp in the Adirondacks (1905)

by Book News Monthly

The poetical works of Matthew Arnold (1897)

England under free trade (1881)

Patriotism and Christianity (1896)

Heralds of God (1946)

Undenominationalism (1902)

Plunder (1973)

The supersession of the colonels of the Royal Army (1873)

Palæography: Notes upon the History of Writing and the Medieval Art of Illumination (1894)

The Fate of Fenella (1892)

by 24 different authors

Embroidery and Fancy Work (1889)

The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)

History, Theory, and Practice of Illuminating (1861)

Prose Masterpieces from Modern Essayists (1891)

by Various authors

Letters from an old railway official (second series) (1912)

Three Introductory Lectures on the Study of Ecclesiastical History (1857)

An International Episode (1889)

Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral (1773)

Twelve Years a Slave (1853)

Indian Mathematics (1915)

The autobiography of a Pennsylvanian (1918)

The Novels and Tales of Henry James 2 (The American) (1907)

Lyrical Ballads Vol. I (1800)

Lyrical Ballads Vol. II (1800)

Popular Astronomy: A Series of Lectures Delivered at Ipswich (1881)

April[edit]

A Book of the Pyrenees (1907)

Woman and her possibilities (1913)

Wikipedia is pushing the boundaries of scholarly practice but the gender gap must be addressed (2013)

Race and Nationality (1915)

England, a Destroyer of Nations (1915)

The Spirit of the Nation (1843)

by Various

Open Education Resources (OER) for assessment and credit for students project (2011)

Fairy Tales: Their Origin and Meaning (1878)

May[edit]

The Wild Goose (1867)

Tracts for the Times, Volume 2 (1835)

by John Henry Newman and others

Young Hunters in Porto Rico (1900)

The Russian School of Painting (1916)

Man Hunting: The Greatest Sport (1936)

The story of the Jones County Calf Case (1920)

Tales of Three Cities (1881)

The Rover Boys on the Plains (1906)

Love Among the Chickens (1909)

Remembering Adrianne Wadewitz (2014)

by National Collaborative for Women's History Sites (NCWHS)

On a Nearly Complete Skull of Symbos cavifrons Leidy from Michigan (1915)

The Wild Goose - Christmas Number (1867)

The Portrait of a Lady (1881)

Address of the president of the American Bar Association at their eighth annual meeting (1885)

Experiments and Observations on Electricity (1751)

June[edit]

My 1102 Days of W.W. II (1980)

The Excursion (1814)

Sir William Herschel, his life and works (1881)

Riders of the Purple Sage (1912)

Bound to Succeed (1907)

Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures (1889)

The Savage Tribes of Formosa (1926)

by The Government of Formosa

The Catalpa Expedition (1897)

The Shield

The Author of Beltraffio, Pandora, Georgina's Reasons, The Path of Duty, Four Meetings (1885)

July[edit]

Main Street and other poems (1917)

The Chinese Boy and Girl (1901)

A Memorial of John Boyle O'Reilly from the City of Boston (1891)

by Various authors

Enterprise and Adventure (1870)

The Bostonians (1886)

Euripides and His Age (1913)

Notes on the Anti-Corn Law Struggle (1884)

Three Young Ranchmen (1901)

Is Capital Income? (1921)

The Lesson of the School Board Elections (1871)

In Bohemia (1886)

A Sermon Preached in Hawarden Church, on Sunday, October 13, 1850 (1850)

The Statues in the Block and Other Poems (1881)

Galileo (1918)

Florence Earle Coates (1889)

Songs from the Southern Seas and Other Poems (1873)

Aino Folk-Tales (1888)

Canoeing Sketches (1890)

Doctor Thorne (1858)

The English Peasant (1893)

We have lost a fighter (2013)

August[edit]

Atrocious Outrage on the Last Native Tasmanian (1869)

An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans (1833)

The Man with the Hoe, and Other Poems (1900)

The Poison Tree (1873)

Where is God? (1882)

The Island (1823)

Nil Durpan (1860)

A Lady's Cruise in a French Man-of-War (1882)

Ooze (1923)

Patriotic pieces from the Great War (1918)

by Various

Agricultural Holdings Act (1875)

Notes on Osteology of Baptanodon. With a Description of a New Species (1906)

The Devil's Heirloom (1922)

Memoriae Positum (1863)

Kepler (1920)

Jesus Calls Us, O'er the Tumult (1852)

Rajmohan's Wife (1864)

Winter Birds of Shanghai (1899)

My Life in Two Hemispheres (1898)

A Voyage of Discovery and Research in the Southern and Antarctic Regions, Volume 1 (1847)

September[edit]

Hallowe'en Festivities (1903)

by Stanley Schell

The Impact of Wikipedia: Adrianne Wadewitz (2012)

by Zoe Bernard

Wall Street In History (1883)

Veronica Ollier v. Sweetwater Union High School District (2014)

Man of Many Minds (1953)

The Rover Boys in Southern Waters (1907)

The Enfranchisement of Women (1879)

Anandamath (1882)

The Pendulum (1939)

Intelligence Memorandum: Allende's Chile: The Widening Supply-Demand Gap (1972)

by Directorate of Intelligence (US)

Outlaw and Lawmaker (1894)

Ante-Nicene Christian Library Volume 2 (1867)

The History of British Commerce, Vol. I (1844)

October[edit]

The Sad Years (1918)

EFF Honors Craigslist, Gigi Sohn, and Jimmy Wales with Pioneer Awards (2006)

by Electronic Frontier Foundation

The Collected Poems of Dora Sigerson Shorter (1907)

The Reverberator (1888)

A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace (1996)

On the Determination of the Wave-length of Electric Radiation by Diffraction Grating (1896)

The Development of Navies During the Last Half-Century (1892)

Memorial from the ladies of Steubenville, Ohio, protesting Indian removal (1830)

by the ladies of Steubenville, Ohio

The Education and Employment of Women (1868)

Jimmy Wales Speaks at Closing Ceremony of Wikimania 2014 (2014)

Maud, and other poems (1855)

A History of Japanese Literature (1899)

A brief summary, in plain language, of the most important laws concerning women, together with a few observations thereon (1854)

Electoral Disabilities of Women (1872)

An Historical Essay on the Livery Companies of London (1881)

Fancy dresses described (1887)

The Princess Casamassima (1886)

Bill Nye Opening Statement in 2009 Testimony to United States Congress (2009)

Birthright (1921)

The "Bab" Ballads (1868)

Durgesa Nandini (1865)

A Set of Rogues (1895)

2007 Testimony by Jimmy Wales to United States Senate (2007)

The Cruise of the Dry Dock (1917)

The Future of Single Women (1884)

November[edit]

The Aspern Papers, Louisa Pallant, The Modern Warning (1888)

Navy Revokes Honorary Title for Cosby (2014)

The Sunless City (1905)

The "Praying" Palm Tree (1918)

In Honor of Bill Cosby, Winner of the Mark Twain Prize for Humor (2009)

The Seven Great Hymns of the Mediaeval Church (1902)

Letters from America (1916)

From Florence Coates to Amy Lowell: A Glance at Modernity (1916)

Songs, Legends, and Ballads (1890)

Fishin' Jimmy (1889)

President Obama's Statement on Keeping the Internet Open and Free (2014)

On a Complete Apparatus for the Study of the Properties of Electric Waves (1897)

National Life and Character (1893)

Declaration of War Against the United States, by Benito Mussolini. Italy, December 11, 1941 (1941)

December[edit]

Flower of youth, poems in war time (1915)

Athletics and Manly Sport (1890)

America's National Game (1911)

The Man-Eating Tree (1882)

Lollingdon Downs and other poems (1917)

The poems of Richard Watson Gilder (1908)

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1903)

Illustrations of Exotic Entomology (1837)

by Dru Drury, edited by John Westwood

Krishna Kanta's Will (1878)

Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures (1898)

Lubbers Don't Live! (1941 - 1945)

by NARA - Office for Emergency Management. Office of War Information. Domestic Operations Branch. Bureau of Special Services.

He Did His Duty (c. 1918)

by NARA - U.S. Food Administration. Educational Division. Advertising Section.

"V" depends on me! (c. 1943)

by NARA - Office for Emergency Management. War Production Board.