ChkLines - Public Domain eBooks

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The term “public domain” refers to creative materials that are not protected by intellectual property laws such as copyright, trademark, or patent laws. The public owns these works, not an individual author or artist. Anyone can use a public domain work without obtaining permission, but no one can ever own it.

Public domain and free ebooks.  Be sure to check the rights before republishing.

  1. Authorama

  1. Bartleby


  1. Bibliomania

  1. Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL)

  1. Classical Chinese Literature

  1. Classic Literature Library

  1. Classic Reader

  1. Collection of Classical Thinkers

  1. DailyLit

  1. Digital Public Library of America

  1. eBooks and Text Archives

  1. Europeana

  1. Feedbooks

  1. Free Computer Books

  1. Free eBooks

  1. FreeTechBooks

  1. Google Book Search

  1. Great Books and Classics


  1. International Children’s Digital Library

  1. Internet Archive

  1. Internet Sacred Text Archive

  1. Legamus

  1. LibriVox


  1. LoudLit

  1. Loyal Books

  1. ManyBooks

  1. Online Library of Liberty

  1. Open Culture

  1. Open Library


  1. O'Reilly Open Books Project

  1. Planet Publish

  1. Project Gutenberg

  1. Projekti Lönnrot

  1. Questia


  1. ReadPrint

  1. Scribd

  1. The Literature Network

  1. The Online Books Page

  1. Wikibooks

  1. Wikipedia Public Domain Resources


  1. Wikisource

  1. Wolne Lekury

Chaz Lamm

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