Offers original manuscripts, audio recordings, archived websites, and original maps dating back to the 15th century. Offers several databases and digital collections as well.
Provides new non-copyrighted maps as they are received by the U.S. government. Doesn’t offer maps as old as those offered by the Library of Congress Archive, but has an extensive collection.
Massive database including hundreds of searchable databases within it. Includes literature, music, history, geography, and tech databases/resources.
Over 51,000 open access digital images; searchable by collections (frequently requested, new pieces, mythology, etc.)
Collection holds over 60,000 ebooks for expired copyright material
Hosted by the Internet Archive
Full books, short stories, and poems. Features a quote database.
Classics, proverbs, poetry, and University collections
Ebooks that are easy to navigate, with increased zoom and other needs-based configurations
American, British and children’s classic books
Searchable by first/last name, or first line
Also hosts poetry contests
Can listen or read thousands of poems, searchable by collection, poem, or poet
Searchable by theme or poet
Searchable by keywords; famous and obscure poetry
Ultimate information and resource library with permission services for businesses, academia, and publishers (pay-per-use); helps companies and schools manage vast amounts of data and access information
Easy to understand, government-issued information; can register patents and trademarks. Offers basics and FAQ in different languages
Also government-issued information; can register a copyright or record documents. Offers FAQ section as well.
Nonprofit organization providing copyright laws and resources by state, with copyright events and news
Focus on copyright claims, intellectual property, and trademark issues (and how to solve them)
One example of indexed copyright renewable books published in the U.S.; from 1923 – 1963.