Welcome to the main menu of Texts and Documents at Hanover College's History Web Site. The principal goal of Texts and Documents is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in classes. Whenever possible, long texts have been broken down into smaller, more manageable units and presented in HTML format. Many of the texts are stored at sources outside of Hanover and are made available through internet links. For other web sites, see. Electronic Text Collections and Web Sites of Interest to Historians. In the spring of 1995, the History Department and Hanover students launched The Hanover Historical Texts Project , with the goal of scanning and making available texts that would be used in history and humanities courses. Currently, scanned texts have been checked only once for accuracy and may contain errors. All scanned texts are in public domain; the History Department seeks to respect all copyrights and to acknowledge its intellectual debts.
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