Public Domain Books
- The RUSSIAN Fast Course (Foreign Service Institute) –This course is in the public domain, so we can adapt adopt and adapt anything from it that we want. The above version is scanned from a printed copy. There is also a retyped version which is more convenient if we want to make any adjustments.
- College Russian by Ivar Spector (1944) –This is a college textbook which has fallen into the public domain. It has some reading exercises which we may be able to use.
- College Russian by Ivar Spector –
- A Practical Grammar of the Russian Language by James Heard –
- Word-for-Word Russian Story-Book by Nevill Forbes (1916) –Stories from readers used in Russian schools with interlinear translation and notes. Note that this book uses the pre-1917 orthography, so you will have to convert these stories to modern spelling before using them in class.
- Best Russian Short Stories –
- New and Complete English-Russian Dictionary (1884) –by A. Alexandrow. Includes pronunciation of Russian words. Because it was published before 1917 it uses the old orthography. Scanned but not OCRed.
- New English-Russian and Russian-English Dictionary (New Orthography) (1922) –By M. A. O’Brien. Scanned but not OCRed.
- Dictionary of Spoken Russian (1945) –Excellent Russian-English English-Russian dictionary with example sentences for most words. Scanned and OCRed.
- Learner’s Russian-English Dictionary (1963) –Typical dictionary. Scanned but not OCRed.
- Essential Russian-English Dictionary –Has usage examples. Scanned but not OCRed. See notice at Archive.org about copyright status.
- Англо-русский словарь Мюллера
- Russian Grammar by Nevill Forbes (1916) –Classic Russian grammar by Oxford professor. Also uses the pre-1917 orthography.
- Second Russian Book: a Practical Manual of Russian Verbs by Neville Forbes –
- Russian Grammar by Neville Forbes –
- Russian Conversation-Grammar –
- A Concise Grammar of the Russian Language –
- A Practical Grammar of the Russian –