Fact Sources: Encyclopedias, Almanacs, etc.

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Compendia of Facts

    Historic Encyclopedias:

  • 1911 edition of the Britannica - The famous 11th edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica is now available online free
  • Encyclopedia of Diderot and D'Alembert - The revolutionary (in more ways than one) 18th century Encyclopédie is being translated into English (University of Michigan)
  • Nuttall Encyclopaedia - Compiled by the Rev. James Wood in 1907 (with all the biases of an individual British author of the early 20th century) (Project Gutenberg)



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Updated: October 7, 2018