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         History Libraries:     more books (100)
  1. Daring and Suffering: A History of the Great Railroad Adventure (Collector's Library of the Civil War) by William Pittenger, 1983-06
  2. How Jewish Is Jewish History? (Littman Library of Jewish Civilization) by Moshe Rosman, 2008-10
  3. The Creation of the U.S. Constitution (Graphic History) (Graphic Library Graphic History) by Michael Burgan, 2007-01-01
  4. The Curse of King Tut's Tomb (Graphic Library: Graphic History) by Michael Burgan, 2005-01
  5. The Histories (Everyman's Library) by Herodotus, 1997-03-25
  6. Outline of History: Library Edition by H. G. Wells, 2004-01
  7. The Music Library - The History of Rap and Hip-Hop (The Music Library) by Soren Baker, 2006-04-07
  8. The Environment and World History (California World History Library)
  9. The German Empire: A Short History (Modern Library Chronicles) by Michael Sturmer, 2002-08-06
  10. A History of the Inquisition of the Middle Ages: Volume 3 (Cambridge Library Collection - History) by Henry Charles Lea, 2010-06-10
  11. Iroquois Diplomacy on the Early American Frontier: The Penguin Library of American Indian History by Timothy J. Shannon, 2008-07-03
  12. Packard Motor Cars 1946-1958 Photo Archive: Photographs from the Detroit Public Library's National Automotive History Collection
  13. The Constitutional Convention: A Narrative History from the Notes of James Madison (Modern Library Classics) by James Madison, Edward J. Larson, et all 2005-11-08
  14. The Pythagorean Theorem: A 4,000-Year History (PSL Edition) (Princeton Science Library) by Eli Maor, 2010-08-15

81. Black History Month
UNIVERSITY libraries. GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS. United States GovernmentInformation. Celebrating Black history on the Web. Almanacs
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS United States Government Information U.S. Resources State Resources Foreign Resources International Resources ... What's New Celebrating Black History on the Web Almanacs
  • Afro-American Almanac Black Facts Online An almanac of Black history which is searchable by date or word. A search for the word "first" retrieved 95 screens of information on Black "firsts".. Black History Month A feature from the Information Please Almanac. Includes "a collection of features, biographies of notable African Americans, reference links, a Civil Rights Timeline, black history quizzes, and a crossword puzzle." Boynton's Calendar of African American History A calendar of significant events in African American history. Also features an archive of previous months and a list of hotlinks

82. Presidential Libraries
Presidential libraries. Military. Air Force One. Camp David. Marine One.Home history Tours Presidential libraries Presidential libraries.
Tours Tour in Person Tour On-Line Spotty's Tour
... Kids Quiz
White House Art Eisenhower Executive Office Building Facts Life in the White House ... State of the Union
Resources Historical Association Presidential Libraries
Military Air Force One Camp David Marine One Home ... Presidential Libraries
Presidential Libraries The presidential libraries system is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. National Archives and Records Administration NARA Home Page
NARA Presidential Libraries Information

Presidential Libraries William J. Clinton (1993-2001) Clinton Materials Project
1000 La Harpe Boulevard
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201 George Bush (1989-1993) The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum Ronald Reagan (1981-1989) The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Jimmy Carter (1977-1981) The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library
Gerald R. Ford (1974-1977) The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library Richard M. Nixon (1969-1974) Nixon Presidential Materials Project Lyndon B. Johnson (1963-1969) The Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library and Museum John F. Kennedy (1961-1963)

83. Presidential Links
Presidential history, libraries Parks. CANDIDATES FOR 2000 PRESIDENTIALRACE PRESIDENTIAL history, libraries PARKS. FIRST LADIES.

GME Contents
EA Contents NBK Contents Opening Screen PRESIDENTIAL LINKS To return here after viewing the external sites or reading the articles, use the browser's "Back" button until this page reappears.

84. Boston CA/T History
Includes maps and plans.Category Recreation Roads and Highways Big Dig......Boston Central Artery/Tunnel history. Prof. Hughes' book chapter on the historyof the Central Artery/Tunnel is available at the CA/T documents page.
Boston Central Artery/Tunnel History
Site Contents
Scheme Z chronology CA/T documents Contributed articles Vertical file This website contains material useful to people studying the history of the CA/T highway, especially the Charles River crossing part of the project. During 1998, we operated an interactive website for the purpose of collecting original material from people who were involved in planning the crossing. Some comments and articles contributed by people involved in the crossing design process are available on-line. Other material at this website includes a chronology of planning the crossing, a chronological bibliography of important transportation documents with links to some of these, and images . Hardcopy material pertaining to the crossing is available in the vertical file collection at M.I.T.'s Rotch Library.
An archive of Scheme Z
Scheme Z was the name of the original plan for the bridges that were to carry the new Central Artery highway over the Charles River and connect it with surrounding roads. Many groups and individuals opposed the plan, which became public 1989. In 1991, state officials started a process to develop a new design that would satisfy Scheme Z's critics. For the next few years, many people worked to shape a new crossing plan. When the state selected a new plan, which received approvals in 1994, the last major piece of the CA/T project design was in place. The redesigned crossing is now (1999) under construction. At this website and in the hardcopy collection are materials pertaining to this process of redesigning the crossing.

KIRJASTOHISTORIA BIBLIOTEKSHISTORIA history OF libraries, SUOMEKSI.Elonheimo, Rispa Seinäjoen kirjaston vaiheita Gardberg, Carl

86. LSU Libraries -- History Webliography
Dubuisson Baton Rouge, LA 70803 Tel (225) 5785652 Fax (225) 578-9432 Copyright© 2000-2003 LSU libraries URL http//
History Resources What's New?

87. South Carolina Library History Project
All aspects of librarianship in the state, including histories of public, private and academic institutio Category Reference libraries history...... The project aims to foster public interest in and awareness of library history,and to encourage research on the part of South Carolina libraries.
South Carolina Library History Project The South Carolina Library History Project is an ongoing, collaborative effort of the School of Library and Information Science faculty, its students, and South Carolina librarians to compile and make available the history of every library in the state. The project aims to foster public interest in and awareness of library history, and to encourage research on the part of South Carolina libraries. To contribute documents or photographs pertinent to this project please contact Dr. Robert V. Williams College and University Libraries Private and Special Libraries Exhibits, Booklets, and Biographies ... Other Library Histories, Miscellaneous

88. Penn State University Libraries History Of The Book And Printing
interface which offers researchers seamless access to catalogue records from sixBritish libraries with major holdings in the areas of book history and book

89. MedHist: UK's Gateway To Resources For The History Of Medicine
, The Genesis project provides access to a searchable database of descriptionsof women's history sources in libraries, archives and museums in the......
text only
Reference Libraries
Title Academie National de M©decine : la base de donn©es HISTMED Description HISTMED is an online biographical and iconographic database relating top the holdings of the library of the Academie Nationale de M©decine, Paris. It contains details of biographical information and images of famous people in the field of the history of medicine held at the library. It may be searched by name keyword. At the time of cataloguing (June 2002) the database was still under development and did not provide any access to online images or documents. Keywords Libraries France Database [Publication Type] Catalogs
Title Archivists and Librarians in the History of the Health Sciences Description The Web site of the Archivists and Librarians in the History of the Health Sciences, a society based in the United States dedicated to serving the professional interests of librarians and archivists working within the history of medicine field. The site includes general information about the society, including details of its annual meeting, membership information, information about its journal Watermark and a table of contents from the current issue and links to affiliated societies and a number of related Internet resources.

90. Libraries For The Future
A US national organization dedicated to information equity, literacy and the preservation and renewal of libraries. Offers research and advocacy programs, planning and training, forums, and publications.
New! Grant Winners Announced
Libraries for the Future announced the 30 public libraries selected for this year's MetLife Foundation Reading America Program, a national book and film discussion series for teens and families.
more info

Please click here for information about last year's winners.
Success Stories
Phoenix Public Library uses their web site to promote their Family Place programming, demonstrating excellent outreach and marketing methods.
more info

Visit our map to see a few more of Libraries for the Future's many success stories from around the country during the past few years.
more info

Check out CTZ , the new Chinatown Teen Zine created by paticipants in the Youth Access program in San Francisco. view San Francisco Chinatown Teen Zine more info Family Place Find the nearest Family Place library , including Parent-Child workshop days and times MetLife Foundation Reading America Program an intergenerational book and film discussion program Home Programs Services News ... Privacy Statement

91. ASU Libraries Map Collection
General collection information and guides to geography resources.
Welcome to the ASU Map Collection!
The Collection
The ASU Libraries' Map Collection is located on the Third Floor of the Daniel E. Noble Science and Engineering Library . It contains over 200,000 maps, 15,000 aerial photographs, 2800 atlases, gazetteers and books related to maps and cartography and 250 CD-ROMs containing digital spatial data, which can be used on one of two computers running ArcView, a geographic information system (GIS) software package. Additional information on GIS in the Map Collection can be found on another web page (connect to the ASU Libraries GIS Web Page The ASU Library Map Collection includes contemporary maps of many geographic areas on a wide variety of subjects, with particular emphasis on maps related to Arizona, the Southwest and Mexico. The Collection also contains some historical maps and photos of Arizona and the Southwest. The Arizona Collection and Arizona Historical Foundation located in Hayden Library also contain historical maps related to Arizona and the Southwest.

92. National Commission On Libraries And Information Science
An independent agency of the US federal government charged with advising the executive and legislative branches on national library and information policies and plans.

U.S. National Commission
on Libraries and Information Science
1110 Vermont Avenue, N.W.
Suite 820
Washington, DC 20005-3552
Telephone: 202-606-9200
Fax: 202-606-9203 Martha Gould, Chair;
Robert S. Willard, Executive Director;

The IALL is a worldwide organization of librarians, libraries and other persons and institutions concerned with the acquisition and use of legal information emanating from sources other than their own jurisdictions.
About the IALL What's New Journal Conferences Calendar IALL Website Award ... Search What's New in the IALL

Updated March 27, 2003
The IALL Web Site is hosted at the Cornell Law Library . Please contact , if you have any questions. Your feedback is always appreciated.

94. Friends Of Libraries U.S.A.
National organization supporting library Friends groups. Fact sheets on a variety of topics, also membershipbuilding, fund-raising, program, and advocacy ideas from public, academic, and school library Friends. News of programs, awards, and resources for Friends of libraries.
Friends of Libraries U.S.A. is a membership organization of more than two thousand individual and group members. Our mission is to motivate and support local Friends groups across the country in their efforts to preserve and strengthen libraries.
(Updated March 19, 2003) Share your best ideas for fame and fortune! FOLUSA announces a new nationwide Great Ideas contest. It's your group's opportunity to showcase your achievements in a new FOLUSA publication AND be eligible for the grand prize drawing for one of two sets of beautiful oak library chairs donated by Brodart Company. Take a look at the Sample Entry , and then send in your Great Ideas! Good Idea of the Week! In La Grange Park, IL, the Friends needed a book rack and bulletin board for the library lobby. Their elegant solution is locally designed and built, and the details show how it was done. If you missed last week's Good Idea, you'll find it on our new Idea Archive page. Joining FOLUSA has never been easier FOLUSA can now accept dues payments online via a secure server. How to Join Link of the week!

95. Cafe BOOKENDS! Home Page
Calendar and program ideas for library support groups in California and nationwide. Graphics available for download, links to many library and book-related sites, message board for discussion of common concerns, and extensive program suggestions for Library Lovers' Month.
Cafe Society News Stand California Library Advocacy Center Library Leadership ... About FFCL Search the Cafe
Search will include ALL terms and is NOT case sensitive
"CAFE SOCIETY" Message Board

Get the dish, a great idea or simply ask a question about library support. Open 24 hours a day!

of California Libraries
Library Support Networking Events!
(Schedule of Events updated on Feb. 21, 2003)
Maybe That's Why They Call It 'Letter Size'
Here's a great booksale promotion idea from the Mission Viejo Library . The Letters are desktop published and printed on 8.5" x 11" astrobright paper. In the pictured example the paper letters were plastic laminated and then fixed to the plain back side of an existing plastic banner using foam tape. The banner was then draped over a stone wall in front of the library. Valerie Meyer, Mission Viejo City Librarian, reports that they plan to add "TODAY" to the banner for the next booksale.

96. SpringerLink: International Journal On Digital Libraries
Quarterly print journal emphasizing digital information and libraries. Register for email notification of contents.
Would you like to automatically receive every new table of contents of International Journal on Digital Libraries ? Then register with our free-of-charge mail service SpringerLink Alert by checking the appropriate box(es) and enter your email address here: Online First Articles only
Printed issues only You will receive confirmation via email.
ISSN: 1432-5012 (printed edition)
ISSN: 1432-1300 (electronic edition)

97. Science And Engineering Libraries
Selected web sites, resources guides, and ereference resources for chemistry, engineering, math, physics, and astronomy.
E-Resource Locator Title contains Title starts with Title matches Description contains Franklin
search in ... Keyword Relevancy Title Title Keyword Author Author Keyword Subject Subject Keyword Journal Title Use E-Resource Locator to locate databases, e-journals, dictionaries, encyclopedias, etc... Penn A to Z How Do I... (FAQs) My Library Account Hours ... Have You Tried METADEX Yet? [an error occurred while processing this directive]
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[an error occurred while processing this directive] Catalogs Franklin, Penn Library Catalog Drexel's Hagerty Library Catalog NewBooksPlus! ... Overview of Resources How to Obtain Materials - Undergraduates - Graduates How Do I... (FAQs) - Chemistry Library ... - Math/Physics/Astronomy Library For Faculty - SEAS

98. Remote User Authentication In Libraries
Links to reports on remote authentication in libraries, to software that supports authentication and to user authentication in general. Maintained by Steve Hunt, Santa Monica College Library.
Remote User Authentication in Libraries
Remote User Authentication in Libraries

Database Vendor Authentication Info

University Authentication Projects

Products and Services
User Authentication on the Web
Remote User Authentication in Libraries
"Libproxy is a simple rewriting pass-through proxy system designed especially for libraries." Written by Richard L. Goerwitz III. Also inlcudes an overview of other available remote authentication methods. Vital Connections: Remote Users and Licensed Resources
Powerpoint slides from a presentation by Leslie Diaz and Steve Hunt at the California Library Association Annual Conference, Nov 5, 2001, Long Beach, Calif. RUAL
Presentations by Linda Winters, Leslie Diaz and Steve Hunt at a CCL/CLA-Academic Section sponsored workshop, held Friday, March 9, 2001 at Santa Ana College; Friday, March 16 at Laney College. Are You Who You Say You Are?
Network Access Management in California Community College Libraries. Prepared for the Glendale Community College Library by Nancy Hunt-Coffey. Also available in PDF APLA - remote access
Authenticating off-campus users to provide access to licensed databases. APLA conference session - June 2, 2001, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

99. UNESCO Libraries Portal
Directory of online resources on librarianship and library science, as well as the websites of individual institutions.

100. Hargrett Library Rare Map Collection
Online images of about 800 historical maps spanning nearly 500 years. Worldwide coverage focusing on Georgia and the surrounding region.
Site Contents
  • New World Colonial America Revolutionary America Revolutionary Georgia ... Rare Map Reference Questions Rare Map Collection The Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library at the University of Georgia maintains a collection of more than 800 historic maps spanning nearly 500 years, from the sixteenth century through the early twentieth century. The collection provides a graphic resource upon which scholars can draw in re-discovering the minds and movements of early American explorers, revolutionary statesmen, cultural figures and politicians represented by the library's book and manuscript collections. Although not limited to a single geographic subject, the collection heavily emphasizes the State of Georgia and the surrounding region. To locate maps of geographic regions or time periods not represented on this web site, please visit one of the sites listed below.

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