THE AMERICAN STANDARD VERSION (ASV) BIBLE
Based on the collaboration of 30 American and British religious scholars, the American Standard Version was rooted on the Revised Version (RV) Bible of 1881.
Also known as the Standard American Edition or Standard Bible, the ASV was created to address the differences between American and British usage. The version was released in 1901 and uses Elizabethan English. For many years the American Standard Version Bible was used in seminaries throughout the United States and remains highly regarded for its scholarship and accuracy.
The American Standard Bible is public domain.