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Filed under: Algebra- Elementary Algebra (c1989), by Denny Burzynski and Wade Ellis (PDF files with commentary at cnx.org)
- Algebra: An Elementary Text-Book (from early 1900s editions), by G. Chrystal
- Elementos de Análisis Algebraico (in Spanish; Madrid: V. Suárez, 1917), by Julio Rey Pastor (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
- First Course in Algebra (Boston: Ginn and Company, c1910), by Herbert E. Hawkes, William A. Luby, and Frank C. Touton (PDF at djm.cc)
- Lectures on Fundamental Concepts of Algebra and Geometry (1911), by John Wesley Young (page images at Cornell)
- Lehrbuch der Algebra (second edition, 3 volumes in German; Braunschweig: F. Vieweg and Son, 1898-1908), by Heinrich Weber
- New School Algebra (Boston et al.: Ginn and Company, c1898), by G. A. Wentworth (multiple formats at archive.org)
- The Number-System of Algebra, Treated Theoretically and Historically (Boston: D. C. Heath and Co., 1903), by Henry B. Fine (PDF at djm.cc)
- Philosophy and Fun of Algebra (London: C. W. Daniel, ca. 1909), by Mary Everest Boole (page images at Cornell)
- Second Course in Algebra (Boston: Ginn and Company, c1911), by Herbert E. Hawkes, William A. Luby, and Frank C. Touton (PDF at djm.cc)
- Traité d'Algèbre Supérieure (3 volumes in 1, in French from the second German edition; Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1898), by Heinrich Weber, trans. by J. Griess (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
- A Treatise on Algebra, by Charles Smith (page images at Cornell)
Filed under: Algebra -- Data processing
Filed under: Algebra -- Study and teaching
Filed under: Algebra -- Textbooks
Filed under: Algebra, Abstract
Filed under: Algebra, Boolean
Filed under: Algebra, UniversalFiled under: AlgorithmsFiled under: Combinatorial analysisFiled under: DeterminantsFiled under: EliminationFiled under: Forms (Mathematics)Filed under: Group theory- Groups of Order p [superscript m] Which Contain Cyclic Subgrous of Order p [superscript m-3], by Lewis Irving Neikirk
- An Introduction to the Theory of Groups of Finite Order, by Harold Hilton (page images at Cornell)
- Linear Groups, with an Exposition of the Galois Field Theory, by Leonard E. Dickson (page images at Cornell)
- Lehrbuch der Algebra (second edition, 3 volumes in German; Braunschweig: F. Vieweg and Son, 1898-1908), by Heinrich Weber
- Traité d'Algèbre Supérieure (3 volumes in 1, in French from the second German edition; Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1898), by Heinrich Weber, trans. by J. Griess (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
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