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  1. Dead Reckoning: Great Adventure Writing from the Golden Age of Exploration, 1800-1900 (Outside Books)
  2. Pacific Passions: The European Struggle for Power in the Great Ocean in the Age of Exploration by Frank Sherry, 2000-09-27
  3. The Legend of the Middle Ages: Philosophical Explorations of Medieval Christianity, Judaism, and Islam by Remi Brague, 2011-02-15
  4. Exploration In The World Of The Middle Ages, 500-1500 (Discovery & Exploration) by John Stewart Bowman, Maurice Isserman, 2005-03
  5. Exploration In The Age Of Empire 1750-1953 (Discovery and Exploration) by Kevin Patrick Grant, 2004-08
  6. Trade, Travel, and Exploration in the Middle Ages: An Encyclopedia (Routledge Encyclopedias of the Middle Ages)
  7. The Discovery of Mankind: Atlantic Encounters in the Age of Columbus by Prof. David Abulafia, 2009-09-29
  8. Maritime Exploration in the Age of Discovery, 1415-1800 (Greenwood Guides to Historic Events 1500-1900) by Ronald S. Love, 2006-09-30
  9. The Voyage of Magellan (Exploration Through the Ages) by Richard Humble, Richard Hook, 1988-09
  10. The Age of Leif Ericsson (Exploration Through the Ages) by Richard Humble, 1989-09
  11. The Travels of Marco Polo (Exploration Through the Ages) by Richard Humble, 1990-01-25
  12. The Age of Economic Exploration; What Lies Beyond Capitalism? (Japanese Translation) by Lester C. Thurow, 1999-03-10
  13. The Voyages of Jacques Cartier (Exploration Through the Ages) by Richard Humble, 1992-10-29
  14. The Age of Leif Eriksson (Exploration Through the Ages) by Richard Humble, 1989-11

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42. General Geological Environment
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Geological map Click for enlargement The geological framework of Tanzania reflects the history of the African continent and elucidate the setting of the mineralisation. The present geomorphology is a result of a series of events which began with evolution of Archean shield with subsequent modification by metamorphic reworking and accretion of other continental matter, covered with continentally derived sediments of the Karoo and post Karoo Systems. Archean Dodoman System . The rocks of the Dodoman System appear to be older than the greenstones and their granites. The Dodoman is mainly of sedimentary origin and forms a band over the southern part of the craton. It contains few mineral deposits of commercial interest. Nyanzian System consists mainly of mafic volcanic rocks and immature sediments which form the greenstone belts of the central craton. The Nyanzian greenstones are of major economic importance, as they host most of Tanzania’s gold deposits. The rocks can be devided into a Lower and an Upper Series on the basis of recognizable upward transition from mafic to felsic lavas, with minor tuffs and interbedded sediments. The lower Series consists primarily of basalt, andesite and dacite pillow lavas. The sediments include banded iron formation (BIF) recrystallized cherts, and some shale and conglomerate. The Upper Series is characterized by the assemblage of felsic lavas, tuffs, ferruginous cherts, BIF and subordinate meta-pelites.

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45. Chosen Books In Essay And General Literature Index - July 2001
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The following books have been chosen for analysis in ESSAY AND GENERAL LITERATURE INDEX. Library of Congress Control Numbers and International Standard Book Numbers are given when available. Orders for the books should be sent to your regular book supplier, not to The HW Wilson Company, unless the book is published by The Company. AMERICAN popular music; pew approaches to the twentieth century; edited by Rachel Rubin and Jeffrey Melnick. University of Mass. Press 2001 $50.00, pa $17.95 ISBN 1-55849-267-4; 1-55849-268-2; LC 00-48881 This collection of essays examines the evolution of music over the last hundred years. Among the popular music genres explored are Tin Pan Alley, blues, jazz, country, gospel, rock and roll, rap, and rhythm and blues. BEFORE, Plato; edited by Anthony Preus. State Univ. of N.Y. Press 2001 250p (Essays in ancient Greek phosophy, v6 ) $57.50 ISBN 0-7914-4955-6 - Essays focus on the beginnings of naturalistic or scientific thought -and the moral and intellectual developments that led up to the phflosophy of Plato.

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51. Core Knowledge - Lesson Plans - 3rd Grade
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52. The Half Moon Sea Cadet Program
They receive instruction in maritime history, general seamanship, marlinespike workand line experience of what life was like during the age of exploration.
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SEA CADET PROGRAM Imagine yourself a young crew-member aboard Henry Hudson's ship the Half Moon, the Dutch ship of exploration bound for the new world in 1609. What lies ahead? Sea monsters? Shipwreck? Storms? Who will believe the wild tales you will have to tell? Today, the skills, discipline and mystery of sailing tall ships on the Atlantic have all but disappeared. But you can recapture those lost skills, while you gain new friends, new discipline, and a new appreciation for those who dared the unknown nearly 400 years ago. In the summer, a full scale replica of the Half Moon will offer a rare opportunity for youth in middle or high school. Come aboard for a week. As a working member of the ship's crew, you will learn to manage the sails, steer a course and keep a lookout. You will learn about life at Sea, life in the 17th century, the history of exploration and challenges of managing the unexpected. Supervised by experienced adults, the crew of a dozen youth will graduate from training on land, to training on the ship at dock, to sailing calm protected waters, to sailing the open ocean (weather permitting). Because of changing weather, no two cruises will ever be exactly the same. Routes and challenges will vary. Everyone can learn at their own pace, and SAFETY always comes first. The Half Moon was built in 1989 and is equipped with modem navigation, communication, and safety equipment, and is operated by a Coast Guard licensed Captain.

53. Mapping And Map Use In The Age Of Information Technology
In the age of information technology, geographic visualisation applies of conventionalanalog map use from general information and data exploration to in
Hartmut Asche, Potsdam University, School of Geography, Department of Geoinformatics, Potsdam, Germany
Published from: LIBER Quarterly, the journal of European research libraries , ISSN 1435-5205, Vol. 8(1998), No 2. With permission from K.G. Saur Verlag, Munich, Germany
E-mail: Hartmut Asche Introduction
During the last three decades, the global spread of information technologies has not only led to a flood of information in almost all fields of our environment but also has made the bulk of this information available in digital form. In the earth sciences the dramatic increase in all kinds of geographic data is closely associated with the start of operational remote sensing and digital image processing as well as the development of computer-assisted cartography and geographic information systems. The need to manage ever larger volumes of information has sparked the development of digital systems for automated processing of alphanumeric bulk data.
and analysis of geographic information including static map production, animation and multimedia as well as Internet mapping, interactive map/data navigation and application-oriented map use.

54. Potamus Place: Explorers Pathfinder
the web about voyages of discovery and exploration. Explorers (http// theonline encyclopedias or try general Reference Center
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at the library? back to homework try another Pathfinder for help To do a subject search about explorers on the Library Online Catalog , do the following:
  • Click on the "Catalog" button on the left side of your screen. You will be taken out of this page into the library's Online Catalog.
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  • To find information on something more specific (such as Magellan), type MAGELLANJUVENILE LITERATURE" in the box.
  • Then click on "Start the Search." Information Books Author Title Year Call Number Where? Arnold, Nick Voyages of Exploration J 910.9 R65V C Curlee, Lynn Into the Ice: the Story of Arctic Exploration J 998 C928I M,C Flowers, Sarah The age of exploration 910.9 F669A, J 910.9 F669A M Fradin, Dennis B. Explorers J 923.9 F841E M,C,U Fritz, Jean Around the world in a hundred years : from Henry the Navigator to Magellan J 923.9 F919A, J 910.92 F919A
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    58. Humanities And Social Sciences (Library Of Congress European Collections: An Ill
    vases, and sculptures are found in the Library's general collections. the preeminenceof Europe in world affairs between the age of exploration beginning in
    Humanities and Social Sciences
    M aterials in the various disciplines of the social sciences and humanities in all formats form in a very real sense the heart of the European collections of the Library of Congress. The Library's holdings include printed materials from the first printed book, the Gutenberg Bible of 1454-55, up to the most recent issues of newspapers describing the current events of the day whether of local or world importance recording the turmoil caused by the reunification of Germany, the emergence of democracy in the former communist countries of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, the war in Bosnia, and the latest developments in the economic, political, and social integration of the European Union. A detail from the Gutenberg Bible (Mainz,1454-55) , the first book printed with movable type. The Library of Congress copy, acquired in 1930 as part of the Vollbehr Collection of incunabula, is one of three perfect vellum copies of the Gutenberg Bible Rare Book and Special Collections Division
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    The European social science and humanities collections relate to all periods of civilization and history, beginning from the very dawn of European culture in the Stone Age as reported in the archaeological literature, and continuing through the great classical civilizations of Greece and Rome up to the present. In addition to print media, the Library collects social science and humanities materials in sound recordings, motion pictures, photographs, prints, maps, and other formats.

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    60. Lecture 2: The Age Of Discovery
    from what we accept as fundamental to the Renaissance in general a willingnessto for the Portuguese to ride the first wave of the age of exploration.
    Lecture 2: The Age of Discovery
    Introduction The mid-to-late 15th century has quite rightly been called the AGE OF EXPLORATION and Discovery. It was an age in which European sailors and ships left the coastal waters of the Old World and embarked on their adventure on the vast "green sea of darkness." First, Portuguese ships, then Spanish and finally, in the late 15th and early 16th centuries, British, French and Dutch ships set out to discover a world, a world they originally called the Other World, but eventually called the New World. Why did Europeans take to the Ocean Sea? What made the civilization of the Renaissance turn to discovery? Something drove Europeans out of their native lands in order to contact other lands. I would suggest that there are four basic motives. The first motive was perhaps the willingness or the courage to learn and understand other cultures. This idea naturally follows from what we accept as fundamental to the Renaissance in general a willingness to experience and observe as much as possible (see Lecture 1 ). In other words, man's curiosity was a prime motive to know as much about the world as possible. A second motive or explanation for this age of discovery was religious in origin. In this respect, the age is also connected to the idea of the Crusades of the 12th and 13th centuries. There was evident throughout Europe a religious desire to save souls, and the myth of

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