What's in this article:
- How to get free content that was published prior to 1923 in the US (and prior to 1870 everywhere else).
- How to download the OCR of JSTOR's Early Journal Content.
- Researchers of all kinds.
JSTOR has made journal content published before 1923 in the United States (and prior to 1870 everywhere else) available for free online. This “Early Journal Content” includes discourse and scholarship in the arts and humanities, economics and politics, and in mathematics and other science. It includes nearly 500,000 articles and comprises 6% of the content on JSTOR.
How to find early journal content:
- Go to the Open Content page.
Download the full-text OCR. We encourage the use of any Early Journal Content (as long as it's used for non-commercial purposes). For more detailed information, please refer to the Early Journal Content section in our Terms & Conditions of Use. For text mining purposes relating to conducting research in the field of Digital Humanities, JSTOR provides a free Early Journal Content data bundle that includes full-text OCR as well as article and title-level metadata. Ask us about it!