Most Salvation Army territories make their magazines and other publications available online, but here are some links where you can download the full text of books by Salvationists or about The Salvation Army.

Note that some books may appear in more than one location and also that we accept no responsibility for the content of pages that are not part of this Web site.


Web SiteDescription
UK Territory's online library (Salvation Army)Provides links to the UK Territory's publications as well as to some other full-text online books
ArmyBarmySalvation Army literature and media from earlier times
Project Gutenberg

The University of Pennsylvania Online Books Page
Project Gutenberg is the father of publishing the text of documents to the Web as they become available. Browse its massive collection for many interesting titles.

Catherine Booth: A Sketch (Midred Duff)

The Angel Adjutant of "Twice Born Men" (Minnie Lindsay Rowell Carpenter)

In Darkest England and the Way Out
Digital Library of India
(scanned by State Central Library, Hyderabad)
The Digital Library of India is a rich source of books in English as well as a number of indigenous languages, including:

Darkest India (Commissioner Booth-Tucker)
Modern Jesus ArmyA good collection of books of interest to Christians, ranging from the early Church Fathers to modern writers on philosophy and religion. Here are titles by the Army's founders:

Catherine Booth: Aggressive Christianity, Female Teaching (pdf files)

William Booth: Darkest England, Purity of Heart, A Vision of the Lost (pdf files)
Books at various other Web sites:Gypsy Smith (1860-1947)
His Life & Work by Himself
at Biblebelievers.com
Major Barbara (George Bernard Shaw)
searchable online version
at The Literature Network
Intercession Collection by Andrew Murray (1828-1917), William Booth (1829 - 1912) founder of the Salvation Army, Amanda Collin, Katie Stewart & Tom Stewart
at Whatsaiththescripture.com
The text of books relating to the life and ministry of William and Catherine Booth, including Begbie's Life of William Booth, are online at The Gospel Truth website: http://www.gospeltruth.net/booth/booth_index.htm

The Wesley Center for Applied Theology at Northwest Nazarene University has an online library that includes books by several member of the Booth family as well as Samuel Brengle. You will need to check the author index at http://wesley.nnu.edu/wesleyctr.



If you know of a Salvation Army book that is published online and would like to recommend it for inclusion here, please contact us.