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Over 100 PDF Books on DVDrom on the History of
Mathematics, the Greatest Mathematicians, Higher Mathematics plus
much more.
Brief History Of Mathematics by WW Beman 1910
Newton's Principia 1863
Essays on the Life and Work of Newton by Augustus De
Morgan 1914
Pascal by Viscount St. Cyres 1909
An Elementary Treatise on Trilinear Co-ordinates
(Pascal's Theorem) by NM Ferrers 1866 
The Wave Theory of Light, Memoirs by Huygens, Young
and Fresnel 1900
Kepler by WW Bryant 1920
The Martyr's of Science, Galileo, Tycho Brahe and
Kepler by Sir David Brester 1841
Lectures on elementary mathematics by Joseph
LaGrange 1898 (Some have called LaGrange the greatest mathematician
of the 18th century)
An Introduction to the Elements of Algebra, designed
for the use of those who are acquainted only with the first
principles of Arithmetic by Leonhard Euler 1821 (poor quality
scan)
A History of Japanese Mathematics by David E Smith
1914
The Symbolical Numbers of Scripture by Malcolm White
1868
The Early Mathematical Manuscripts of Leibniz
1920
A Treatise on Probability by John Maynard Keynes
1921
Mathematics and Physical Science in Classical
Antiquity by JL Heiberg 1922
The New Testament from the Greek Text as established
by Bible Numerics By Ivan Panin 1914
The Last Twelve Verses of Mark Their Genuineness
Established By Ivan Panin (Numerics)
Famous Geometrical Theorems and Problems by William
Rupert 1900
Moses and the 47th Problem of Euclid, article in the
New Age Magazine 1913
Some Famous Problems of the Theory of Numbers by GH
Hardy 1920
A Short Account of the History of Mathematics by WWR
Ball 1915 (Includes a chapter on Arab/Islamic contributions to
Math)
From Newton to Einstein - Changing Conceptions of
the Universe by B Harrow 1920
A History of Greek Mathematics, Volume 1, from
Thales to Euclid by Sir Thomas Heath 1921
A History of Greek Mathematics, Volume 2, from
Aristarchus to Diophantus by Sir Thomas Heath 1921
Mathematical Dictionary and Cyclopedia of
Mathematical Science, comprising definitions of all the terms
employed in mathematics - an analysis of each branch, and of the
whole, as forming a single science by Charles Davies 1857
Historical Introduction to Mathematical Literature
by GA Miller 1916 (Euclid, Archimedes, Apollonius, Diophantus of
Alexandria, Vieta, Descartes, Fermat, Newton, Leibniz, Euler,
Lagrange, Gauss, Cauchy, Steiner, Abel, Hamilton, Galois,
Sylvester, Weierstrass, Cayley, Hermite, Kronecker, Cremona, Lie,
Poincare)
Geometric exercises in paper folding by R Sundara
1901
The Construction of the Wonderful Canon of
Logarithms by John Napier 1889
Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy by Bertrand
Russell 1919
The Philosophy of Mathematics by Auguste Comte
1851
The Philosophy of Mathematics by Albert Bledsoe
1868
Descartes, his life and times by Elizabeth Sanderson
Haldane 1905 (The History of Modern Mathematics may be said to date
from the time of Descartes, for, by the invention of Co-ordinate
Geometry, he prepared the way for the discoveries of Newton and
Leibnitz, and laid the foundation of our present analytical
methods.)
The Principles of Mathematics by Bertrand Russell
1903 Volume 1
The Catholic Church and the Gentle Science of
Numbers, article in The American Catholic Quarterly Review
1919
The Number-system of Algebra Treated Theoretically
and Historically by Henry Fine 1891
Elements of Algebra by Leonhard Euler (
Leonhard Paul Euler (15 April 1707 – 18
September 1783) was a pioneering Swiss mathematician and
physicist.)
 
 
 
Euclids Book on Division of Numbers by Raymon Clare
Archibald 1915
A Foundational Study in the Pedagogy of Arithmetic
by Henry B Howell 1914
Mathematical essays and recreations by H Schubert
1808 (Notion and Definition of Number, Monism in Arithmetic, On the
Nature of Mathematical Knowledge, The Magic Square, The Fourth
Dimension, The Squaring of the Circle)
Essays on the Theory of Numbers by R Dedekind
1901
The Thirteen Books of Euclid's Elements, Volume 1 -
1908 (all 3 volumes are poor quality scans)
The Thirteen Books of Euclid's Elements, Volume 2 -
1908
The Thirteen Books of Euclid's Elements, Volume 3 -
1908
Three Lectures on Fermat's Last Theorem 1921
Lectures on the Philosophy of Mathematics by James
Shaw 1918
History of the Theory of Numbers, Volume 1 by L
Dickson 1919
History of the Theory of Numbers, Volume 2 by L
Dickson 1919
History of the Theory of Numbers, Volume 3 by L
Dickson 1919
Diophantus of Alexandria; a study in the history of
Greek algebra with a Supplement containing an account of Fermat's
Theorems and problems connected with Diophantine Analysis and some
solutions of Diophantine problems by Euler
Treatise on Thermodynamics by Max Planck 1905
The Origin and Development of Quantum Theory by Max
Planck 1922
The Theory of Spectra and Atomic Constitution by
Niels Bohr 1922
The Elements of the Theory of Algebraic Numbers by
LW Reid 1910
Fundamental Concepts of Algebra and Geometry by John
Wesley Young 1910
On the study and difficulties of mathematics by A
DeMorgan 1902
Educational theory implied in theory of knowledge by
Jesse Harliaman Coursault 1907
Mathematical Questions and Solutions Volume 10
1868
Mathematical Questions and Solutions Volume 49
1888
The New Calendar of Great Men - Biographies of the
558 Worthies of All Ages and Nations by Frederic Harrison
1892
Mathematical recreations and essays by WWR Ball
1914 
(Arithmetical recreations, Geometrical recreations,
Mechanical recreations, Chessboard recreations, Magic squares,
Unicursal problems, Kirkman's school-girls problem, Miscellaneous
problems, The mathematical tripos, Three classical geometrical
problems, The parallel postulate, Insolubility of the algebraic
quintic, Mersenne's numbers, String figures, Astrology,
Cryptographs and ciphers, Hyper-space, Time and its measurement,
Matter and ether theories)
 
 
 
Mathematical essays and recreations by Hermann
Schubert 1898
The First and Second Books of Euclid Explained to
Beginners by CP Mason 1872
The First Book of Euclid's Elements, simplified,
explained and illustrated by W. Trollope 1847
History of Modern Mathematics by David Smith
1906
Sidelights on Relativity by Albert Einstein
1920
Relativity by Albert Einstein 1920
Easy Lessons in Einstein by Edwin Slosson
1920
The Rudiments of Relativity by John Dalton
1921
A Criticism of Einstein and his Problem by WHV Reade
1922
The Theory of Relativity by Robert Carmichael
1920
Mathematical Prodigies by Frank Mitchell
1907 
Higher Mathematics by M Merriman 1898
Intellectual Arithmetic upon an Inductive Method by
James Stewart Eaton 1877
Science and Method by Henri Poincare 1914 (He is
often described as a polymath, and in mathematics as The Last
Universalist, since he excelled in all fields of the discipline as
it existed during his lifetime.)
The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley -
Supplementary Volume 1889 
(Arthur Cayley was a British mathematician. He
helped found the modern British school of pure mathematics. He
proved the Cayley-Hamilton theorem—that every square matrix
is a root of its own characteristic polynomial. He was the first to
define the concept of a group in the modern way—as a set with
a binary operation satisfying certain laws. Formerly, when
mathematicians spoke of "groups", they had meant permutation
groups. Cayley's theorem was named after Arthur Cayley.)
The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley -
Volume 1 1889
The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley -
Volume 2 1889 
The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley -
Volume 3 1889 
The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley -
Volume 4 1891
The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley -
Volume 5 1889 
The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley -
Volume 6 1889 
The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley -
Volume 7 1894
The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley -
Volume 9 1896 
The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley -
Volume 10 1889
The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley -
Volume 11 1896
The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley -
Volume 12 1897
The collected mathematical papers of Arthur Cayley -
Volume 13 1897
A Treatise on the Calculus of Finite Differences by
George Boole 1880
(Boole's work in Boolean algebra and symbolic logic
inspired later computer scientists)
The Mathematical Analysis of Logic - Being an Essay
Towards a Calculus of Deductive Reasoning by George Boole
1847
The Logic of Names, and Introduction to Boole's Laws
of Thought 1869
An Investigation of the Laws of Thought On which are
Founded the Mathematical Theories of Logic be George Boole
1854
The Metaphysics of Aristotle with Copious Notes in
which the Pythagoric and Platonic dogmas respecting numbers and
ideas are unfolded from ancient sources 1801
Lectures on 10 British Mathematicians of the 19th
Century by A McFarlane 1916
Mathematical Prodigy, article in Journal of the
American Society for Psychical Research 1920
Experimental Tests of Mathematical Ability and Their
Prognostic Value by Agnes Low Rogers 1918
Beginners' Algebra by Clarence Comstock 1922
Algebra for Beginners by WF Bradbury 1894
Probability and Theory of Errors by Robert Woodward
1906
Differential Calculus for Beginners by Alexander
Knox 1884
A Mathematical Solution Book - Containing systematic
solutions of many of the most difficult problems, taken from the
leading authors on Arithmetic and Algebra, many Problems and
Solutions from Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus by BF Finkel
1909
Curiosities of mathematics by James Smith
1870
The Algebra of Logic by Louis Couturat 1914
Symbolic Logic by Lewis Carroll 1896
Symbolic Logic and Its Applications by Hugh MacColl
1906
A Course of Pure Mathematics by GH Hardy 1921 (Hardy
is considered one of the 30 greatest mathematicians of all
time)
The integration of functions of a single variable by
GH Hardy 1916
Synthetic Projective Geometry by George Halsted
1906
Tables of Six-figure Logarithms by Richard Farley
1859
Use of Logarithms and Logarithmic Tables by Eric
Oberg 1912