On today, Leonhard Euler’s 304th birthday, we find that the Euler Archive has a new home!

This labor of love, created and run by Dominic Klyve, Lee Stemkoski, and Erik Tou, houses thousands of pages of Euler’s original works as well as a growing number of translations of Euler’s works.

The site had been located at Dartmouth College, where the trio attended graduate school. But it has now move to the servers of the MAA: http://eulerarchive.maa.org/

Check it out, and if you are interested and able, translate one of Euler’s articles (that’s what I did…with help).

(By the way, to celebrate, the MAA is selling their five books on Euler at the discounted price of $20.)

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