NEW LATIN GRAMMAR, ALLEN & GREENOUGH 22 MB - This free and fully downloadable grammar is judged by many to be the most authorative source of Latin grammar ever written. This grammar's popularity is proven by the fact that it has remained in print for over 100 years and can still be purchased new.
CICERO SELECT ORATIONS, BENJAMIN L. D'OOGE 9.7 MB - For intermediate learners, this 455 page Latin language book provides a large collection of annotated orations by Cicero. The book begins with a 97 page historical overview of Roman life and culture. There is also an excellent 143 page Latin-to-English vocabulary section. The book's core is selected orations by Cicero. Each oration is in Latin and with extensive translation notes.
LATIN FOR BEGINNERS, BENJAMIN L. D'OOGE 12 MB - Learn Latin with this free latin grammar. D'Ooge, a classical scholar who's contributions are still appreciated to this day, designed this beginners grammar to prepare the student for reading Caesar. The grammar consists of seventy-nine lessons divided into three parts.
A LATIN GRAMMAR, CHARLES E. BENNETT 7.0 MB - An excellent beginners book, This 287 page grammar provides a good overview of basic grammar with brief lessons and examples.
A NEW LATIN PROSE COMPOSITION, CHARLES E. BENNETT 8.3 MB - Learn Latin with this 299 page companion to Bennett's A Latin Grammar.
LATIN PROSE COMPOSITION BASED ON CICERO, HENRY CARR PEARSON 4.9 MB - 177 page beginner's Latin grammar.
THE AMERICAN SPELLING BOOK, BY NOAH WEBSTER (1800'S) Noah Webster was the man of words in early 19th-century America. Compiler of a dictionary which has become the standard for American English, he also compiled The American Spelling Book, which was the basic textbook for young readers in early 19th-century America. Before publication of this book in 1783, many schools used Thomas Dilworth's A New Guide to the English Tongue.
A GEOGRAPHY FOR BEGINNERS, K. J. STEWART DESIGNED TO AID THE STUDENT IN OBTAINING ACCURATE AND SYSTEMATIC INFORMATION UPON ALL GEOGRAPHICAL SUBJECTS; AND SO ARRANGED AS TO AVOID TAXING THE MEMORY WITH UNNECESSARY STATISTICAL DETAILS.
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