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  1. Best Recipes of Alaska's Fishing Lodges (Alaska Angling and Hunting Library) by Adela Batin, 1994-06
  2. Travels in Alaska (Modern Library Classics) by John Muir, 2002-06-11
  3. Arctic Schoolteacher: Kulukak, Alaska, 1931-1933 (Western Frontier Library) by Abbie Morgan Madenwald, 1994-03
  4. Alaska and the Northwest Part of North America, 1588-1898: Maps in the Library of Congress (1898) by Library of Congress. Map Division, 2009-07-08
  5. Until Death Do Us Part: The Letters and Travels of Anna and Vitus Bering (University of Alaska Press - Rasmuson Library Historic Translation)
  6. A little journey through Alaska (Library of travel) by R. Leslie Gordon, 1936
  7. Through Orthodox Eyes: Russian Missionary Narratives of Travels to the Dena'ina and Ahtna 1850s-1930s (Rasmuson Library Historical Translation Series, V. 13) by Andrei Znamenski, 2003-01-01
  8. Alaska: The Last Frontier (World Almanac Library of the States) by Isaac Seder, 2003-01
  9. The Future of Alaska: Economic Consequences of Statehood (RFF Library Collection: Policy & Governance Set) by George W. Rogers, 2010-10
  10. Tribal Libraries in the United States: A Directory of American Indian and Alaska Native Facilities by Elizabeth Peterson, 2007-04-27
  11. Hannah's Alaska by Joanne Reiser, 1983-09
  12. Descriptive booklet on the Alaska historical museum by A P. 1863-1940 Kashevaroff, 2010-09-06
  13. Political Profiles: Sarah Palin (Political Profiles (Morgan Reynolds Library)) by Lisa Petrillo, 2010-01-15
  14. Scrub Dog of Alaska (Walter Morey Adventure Library) by Walt Morey, 1988-10

1. Alaska Libraries
alaska libraries Historic Library Photos Photos from the Anchorage Museum of Historyand Art show some of the first libraries in Alaska, . Back to top.
Alaska Libraries Years ago, librarians were responsible for nurturing a deep knowledge of informational resources contained within a building, the library. Now, this responsibility extends beyond the walls of a traditional library building. In Programs find out what is happening in libraries and museums throughout Alaska and how librarians and curators are promoting literacy in their communities. In People , you'll meet some of the Alaskan librarians who help us find our way in the information age. In Resources , librarians share information about resources both within the walls of the library and in the giant web of electronic resources found on the Net. We also have a Photo Gallery , which includes historic photographs of some of Alaska's first libraries and entries for the Library of Congress' Beyond Words photography contest. Programs
Floating Bookmobile
The two skiffs of the Kusko Book Express, a floating library sponsored by the Lower Kuskokwim School District, travel the Kuskokwim River during the summer, handing out books to students at fish camps.
Flat Stanley Visits Fairbanks, Alaska

2. Patience Frederiksen
One difficult part of alaska libraries is the size of some of the towns.“We Alaska has an incredible range of libraries. Patience
Patience Frederiksen
Grants Administrator, Alaska State Library
By Claire Mayo
"I've always felt that back East you can tinker with things, but libraries have been set up back there," says Patience Frederiksen, Grants Administrator for the Alaska State Library. "In Alaska, you can build a library from the ground up. You can make a very large impact and there's a freedom with my job that I just really relish." Patience came to Alaska in 1979 from her home state of Rhode Island to pursue an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She withdrew from courses before the first semester ended because she fell in love, as she says, and life got in the way. Later she went to Syracuse to attend Library School. Between sending out grants applications, reviewing the proposals, writing annual reports, and compiling Alaska library statistics for publication in the national library in the United States, Patience stays busy but she loves her job at the State Library helping to make libraries possible for every Alaskan. Programs

3. Resources & Services For Alaska Libraries - Alaska State Library
Resources and Services for alaska libraries Librarians. The agency.Library Law, Statistics and Policy Issues for alaska libraries
Home Search SLED State of Alaska ... Home
The Alaska State Library (ASL) acts as a statewide consultant to all types of libraries and is a strong supporter of library science informational needs. As a member of the Alaska Library Network, the State Library is committed to providing services and sharing resources so that equal access to information is ensured and available to all. About ASL Publications
About ASL Quick contact list:

  • 800-776-6566 (from libraries within Alaska) Public Library Development
    888-820-4525 (from within Alaska) 907-269-6570 (Anchorage and out-of-state-callers) e-mail us at:
Services and Programs provided to Alaska Libraries

4. The Genealogy Forum: Resource Center: Alaska Libraries And Archives
Welcome to the Genealogy Forum's Resource Center! alaska librariesand Archives. alaska libraries and Archives Alaska State Archives
Welcome to the Genealogy Forum's Resource Center!
Alaska Libraries and Archives
Alaska Libraries and Archives
141 Willoughby Avenue
Pouch C - 0207
Juneau, AK 99811
Genealogical Society of Southeastern Alaska
P.O. Box 6313
Ketchikan, AK 99901
Alaska Historical Society
524 West 4th Avenue, Suite 208 Anchorage, AK 99501 Alaska Historical Library State Office Building Pouch G Juneau, AK 99811-0571 University of Alaska, Fairbanks Elmer E. Rasmuson Library 310 Tanana Drive Fairbanks, AK 99775 National Archives-Seattle Branch 6125 Sand Point Way NE Seattle, WA 98115 WEBMASTER'S NOTE: Street addresses, E-mail addresses and telephone numbers shown in this document may change without notice. Please feel free to advise us of changes you discover by sending us the name or URL of this Web page, the name of the entity, and the new address and/or telephone number to BACK to Main Page - Resource Center The Genealogy Forum - Main Page Beginners' Center ... Shop With Us AOL Member Exclusive: Go Directly to The Genealogy Forum on AOL!

5. The Genealogy Forum: Resource Center: Libraries And Archives
Resource Center! Libraries and Archives. Alabama Libraries and Archives;alaska libraries and Archives; Arizona Libraries and Archives;
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6. Apartments - Alaska Libraries
Welcome to Alaska! alaska libraries. Alaska State Library; Big Lake PublicLibrary; Homer Public Library; Kettleson Memorial Library Youth Service;
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7. Apartments - Alaska - State Hotlinks Logo, Welcome to Alaska! ALASKA STATE HOTLINKS. Alaska Facts Information; Alaska Colleges Universities; Alaska Government; alaska libraries;
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8. Virtual Gumshoe-Investigative Resources Available On The Web-
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9. Virtual Gumshoe-Investigative Resources Available On The Web-
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10. Dillingham, Alaska Libraries, Libraries In Dillingham, Alaska
Dillingham, alaska libraries. Dillingham Library PO Box 870 Dillingham,AK 995760870 Phone 907-842-5610. To learn how to submit
Dillingham, Alaska Libraries
Dillingham Library
PO Box 870
Dillingham, AK 99576-0870
Phone: 907-842-5610 To learn how to submit information to Key to the City, go to Publication Information Page To go to a new state, choose the Key to the City Home Page Thanks for coming! Don't forget to come back soon!!

11. Sitka, Alaska Libraries, Libraries In Sitka, Alaska
Sitka, alaska libraries. Kettleson Memorial Library 320 Harbor DriveSitka, Alaska 99835 phone (907) 7478708 hours Monday - Thursday
Sitka, Alaska Libraries
Kettleson Memorial Library
320 Harbor Drive
Sitka, Alaska 99835
phone: (907) 747-8708
hours: Monday - Thursday...10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., Friday...1:00p.m.-6:00p.m., Saturday and Sunday...1:00p.m.-5:00p.m. To learn how to submit information to Key to the City, go to Publication Information Page To go to a new state, choose the Key to the City Home Page Thanks for coming! Don't forget to come back soon!!

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General Information; Alaska Region alaska libraries The online catalogs for allof these libraries are linked through a computer network called the Statewide
Searching Alaska
Archives, Libraries and Museums
General Information
Alaska Archives, Library, and Museum Directory
Division of State Libraries, Archives and Museums
Alaska Archives
Alaska State Archives
  • Staff Directory
    National Archives
  • General Information
  • Alaska Region
    Alaska Libraries
    The online catalogs for all of these libraries are linked through a computer network called the S tatewide L ibrary E lectronic D oorway or SLED for short. Individual links are provided for each online library catalog for your convenience; but once in the SLED system, you may navigate in and out of all the catalogs. Please note, however, that each system may have different commands for navigating and logging off. Make a note of the escape sequence that gets you out of the remote system and back into SLED. Or if you prefer, you may also access the World Wide Web version of SLED.
    Alaska State Library
  • Gold Rush Centennial Photographs, 1893-1916
  • Alaska Historical Collections
  • Alaska Newspaper Project
  • Some Books About Alaska 1994 ...
  • Staff Directory
    Anchorage Municipal Libraries
  • Online Catalog System
    Capital City Libraries (Juneau)
  • Online Catalog System
    Fairbanks North Star Borough Libraries
  • Online Catalog System (SLED)
    University of Alaska Anchorage Consortium Library
  • Genealogical Holdings
  • University of Alaska Libraries Online Catalog (GNOSIS)
    University of Alaska Fairbanks Elmer E. Rasmuson Library
  • 13. Library Links
    Culturally Responsive Guidelines for Alaska Public Libraries. Common Email formatsfor alaska libraries. up arrow Databases Alaska Statewide Databases.
    Home Juneau Conference 2003 Continuing Education Jobs ... Organization [ Library Links ] Search Site Index
    Culturally Responsive Guidelines Library Directories Databases Alaska Library Web Sites Related Organizations ... Other
    Culturally Responsive Guidelines for Alaska Public Libraries
    The Culturally Responsive Guidelines for Alaska Public Libraries were developed by a group of Alaskan library directors at a workshop facilitated by Dr. Lotsee Patterson and sponsored by the Alaska State Library. The goal of the workshop was to develop guidelines to help public librarians examine how they respond to the specific informational, educational and cultural needs of their Alaska Native users and communities. These Guidelines are predicated on the belief that culturally appropriate service to indigenous peoples is a fundamental principle of Alaska public libraries, and that the best professional practices in this regard are associated with culturally responsive services, collections, programs, staff, and overall library environment.
    Library Directories:
    Below is a list of directory links for institutions around Alaska. If you know of a employee directory that should be listed here, please send a message to

    14. Section II: 2 Legislative Priorities
    public and special. Many companies that do business with alaska librariesjoin the Association as commercial members. Each year at
    Home Up Section II:1a-d Current Year Executive Council [ Section II:2 Legislative Priorities ] Section II: 3 AkLA Budget Section II: 4 E-council Schedule of Meeings
    AkLA Handbook Section II:2
    2002 Legislative Priorities
    The Alaska Library Association (AkLA) is an association of librarians, library trustees, library supporters, and others who work to support libraries in Alaska. Members are drawn from all types of librariesschool, academic, public and special. Many companies that do business with Alaska libraries join the Association as commercial members.
    Each year at its annual face-to-face meeting in September, AkLA establishes a set of legislative priorities. These priorities address what AkLA believes are the most pressing needs of libraries of all types around the state. The Association agrees to work with with AkLA lobbyist to secure passage of legislation that furthers these priorities.
    AkLA supports the role of libraries in a democracy to provide open access to information for all Alaskans
    Access to information is an essential element of good government. Our ability to govern ourselves depends on having access to information about all aspects of the issues that face us. The library serves as one of the primary sources of information for the entire community, regardless of a person's interests, background, or economic status. To help Alaskans make informed decisions and participate fully in the democratic process, libraries must be able to provide unfettered access to material from which individuals may select the information and viewpoint they find appropriate for themselves and their families.

    15. Web Bound - Alaska: Libraries
    WebBound Magazine, The Essential Web Resource Alaska WebBound Magazine, TheEssential Web Resource Libraries. Main alaska libraries (4) Sites
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    16. Alaska Geologic & Mineral Information - Libraries, Archives & Information Center
    In addition, all University of alaska libraries are part of a statewide catalogsystem called GNOSIS, which is available to all Alaskans on the Statewide
    Section 5
    Research Libraries

    Special Reference Collections

    Public Information Centers

    Professional Organizations
    Information Sources Outside of Alaska
    about Section 5. . .
    This section provides information about reference collections of publications, maps, and other documents about mining and geology in Alaska. These collections include major research libraries that catalog and circulate material, and special collections and archives, whose collections generally do not circulate. The description includes an address and map to help find the collection, a brief description of the collection, the catalog system, the hours and circulation policies, contact addresses, and other useful information.
    Section 5
    Research Libraries
    UAA Consortium Library Geophysical Institute Library UAF Rasmuson Library ... Information Sources Outside of Alaska
    Research Libraries
    The five research libraries described below have large collections of geoscience information. In addition, most of their collections are cataloged and they have full-time reference staff who can assist in identifying reference material and finding other resources. The catalogs of these libraries are available on LASERCAT, an index to library holdings in the Pacific Northwest. This index is available at 43 public libraries around Alaska. In addition, most catalogs of these libraries can be reached on the Internet via SLED. The "Statewide Library Electronic Doorway," or SLED, provides on-line access to Alaska library, government, local community, and Internet information resources. The menu of library options available on SLED can be found at

    17. Alaska Geologic & Mineral Information - Introduction
    This Guide provides a model of how, in the future, alaska libraries and earth scienceorganizations can collaborate to help you using modern information tools.
    Section 1
    About The Guide

    by Don Grybeck, USGS
    "Until his death in 1983, Edward H. Cobb of the U.S. Geological Survey maintained a truly exceptional database on the geology and mineral deposits of Alaska—manifested in hundreds of published mineral locality maps, bibliographies, and compilations of Alaska references. His work anticipated a fundamental need to define the mineral endowment of Alaska during the long process that culminated in the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act of 1981 (ANILCA). Almost 20 years later, Ed Cobb’s maps, bibliographies, and publications, outdated as they have become in some ways, remain a mainstay of Alaska geology, land planning, and mineral exploration. Geology is a cumulative science built on the work of our predecessors. No one produced a better regional geologic information database for others to build on than did Ed Cobb in Alaska.
    As the amount and diversity of information increased so did the vital need for such information in mineral exploration, in managing state and federal land, in protecting the environment, in guiding Native corporations in the use of their land, and in ensuring the economic well being and quality of life of Alaskans and all Americans. The combination of an expanding body of increasingly more complicated geologic and minerals information and the broad need for it poses a major challenge to the geologic and minerals community. We need to organize our information better, we need to ensure that it is not lost, and we need to make it more conveniently accessible.

    18. Reference
    Municipal Libraries Anchorage Municipal Libaries Online Catalog Capital CityLibraries (Juneau) SLED's List of alaska libraries (web page) Alaska State
    Reference Search Reference Alaska Reference University of Alaska ... Links Alaska libraries: UAA Consortium Library Consortium Library Web-Based Catalog Alaska Resources Library Anchorage Municipal Libraries ... Alaska State Museums Online abstract/full-text databases: UAA Consortium Library Indexes and Databases (most are for UAA/APU users only) Databases for Alaskans (Alaska users only) Library of Congress: Library of Congress Library of Congress Online Catalog Library of Congress WWW/Z39.50 Gateway Library of Congress Classification System ... Understanding Call Numbers Legal reference: Duhaime's Law Dictionary WWW Virtual Law Library Other libraries: Hytelnet Libweb: Library Servers via WWW Internet Public Library Yahoo: Libraries ... Dictionaries: Merriam-Webster Dictionary/Thesaurus Oxford English Dictionary Macquarie Dictionary (formerly a Web of Online Dictionaries) ... Yahoo: Dictionaries Thesaurus: ARTFL Project: Roget's Thesaurus

    19. Featured Member Library: University Of Alaska Fairbanks Libraries
    We also look forward to working with OCLC for a statewide contract sothat more alaska libraries can have access to the OCLC database.
    OCLC Membership OCLC Featured Member Libraries August 8, 2000
    University of Alaska Fairbanks Libraries
    Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks Library Snapshot Location: PO Box 756800, UAF Campus, Fairbanks, Alaska, 99775 Member library since: January 28, 1999 OCLC Network: OCLC Pacific OCLC symbol: UAF OCLC services used: OCLC Cataloging service OCLC Interlibrary Loan service OCLC FirstSearch service, OCLC Electronic Collections Online Contact: Paul McCarthy, Library Director, 907-474-7224, World Wide Web address:
    OCLC Moments
    Library Profile The University of Alaska Fairbanks Libraries include the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, the Division of Computing and Communications, and the BioSciences Library. Remote sites also associated with the UAF Libraries include the Seward Marine Center Library in Elmer E. Rasmuson Library Computer Lab Seward, Alaska, and the Fishery Industrial Technology Center Library in Kodiak, Alaska. The Rasmuson Library contains more than 1.75 million items, making it the largest library in Alaska. The Library has one of the world's finest collections of Alaska and polar regions materials including rare books, photographs, motion pictures, and oral histories related to Alaska, the Arctic, and Antarctic regions as well as subject bibliographers, archivists, anthropologists, and historians who are available for reference and research consultation.

    20. UAF Rasmuson Library -- Sitemap
    alaska libraries; Library of Congress. Find Articles, Rare Maps; Photographsof Alaska Women. Other Libraries Archives Alaska; US and Canada; Circumpolar.
    Rasmuson Library Sitemap
    Find Articles Our Services Our Resources News ... Reserves Assistive Technology Lab Faculty Technology Resource Center Our Resources Overview Online Collections ... Ask a Librarian Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, 310 Tanana Drive, University of Alaska Fairbanks USA 99775-6800, (907) 474-7224 Last Modified on September 3, 2002
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