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         Alaska Libraries:     more books (105)
  1. Alaska (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) by James A. Michener, 1994-04-01
  2. People of Alaska (North to Alaska) by Lynn M. Stone, 1994-09
  3. Fishing Alaska on Dollars a Day (Alaska Angling and Hunting Library) by Christopher Batin, 1994-03
  4. Monty's Ice Pick: A Story About Alaska (Fact & Fable, State Stories Set 2) by Katherine Hengel, 2010-01
  5. Products of Alaska (North to Alaska) by Lynn M. Stone, 1994-09
  6. Wildlife of Alaska (North to Alaska) by Lynn M. Stone, 1994-09
  7. Alaska's National Lands (North to Alaska) by Lynn M. Stone, 1994-09
  8. Alaska: The Great Land (North to Alaska) by Lynn M. Stone, 1994-09
  9. Wonders of Alaska (North to Alaska) by Lynn M. Stone, 1994-09
  10. Journals ofthe Priest Ioann Veniaminov in Alaska, 1823 to 1836 (The Rasmuson Library Historical Translation Series, Vol 7) by Jerome Kisslinger, 1993-09-01
  11. Thirteen years of travel and exploration in Alaska, 1877-1889 (Northern history library) by W. H Pierce, 1977
  12. Wheels on ice: Bicycling in Alaska 1898-1908 (Northern history library)
  13. Tlingit Indians of Alaska. Rasmuson Vol. 2. (The Rasmuson Library Historical Translation Series, Vol 2) by Anatolii Kamenskii, 1985-07-01
  14. The Alaska Purchase in American History by David K. Fremon, 1999-12

21. Welcome To Southwest Alaska - Venture Off The Path
Southwest alaska libraries Akutan Public Library PO Box 26 Akutan,AK 99553 Phone 6982230, Chiniak Public Library General Delivery
Go to.... Conference Information Anchorage Conference Photos 2002 Economics Economics - Executive Summary Economics - Population Economics - Communities Economics - Libraries Economics - School Districts Events Calendar Fisheries Legislation Legislative Priorities Legislative Priorities Tier II Legislative Priorities Tier III Tourism Tourism - Alaska Peninsula Tourism - Aleutian Islands Tourism - Bristol Bay Tourism - Kodiak Island Tourism - Pribilof Islands Tourism - Yukon/Kuskokwim Delta Transportation SWAMC Membership Information Membership Application Secured Membership Payment Members Alaska Photos Newsletters Southwest Alaska Libraries Akutan Public Library
P.O. Box 26
Akutan, AK 99553
Phone: 698-2230 Chiniak Public Library
General Delivery
Chiniak, AK 99576
Phone: 486-3022 Cold Bay Public Library
P.O. Box 87
Cold Bay, AK 99571-0087
Phone: 532-2878 Dillingham Public Library
P.O. Box 870 Dillingham, AK 99576

22. GUIDE TO LAW ONLINE: United States - Alaska
Library of Congress); Alaska State Library; alaska libraries (LIBCAT);Alaska Resources Library and Information Services; Google Alaska;
Law Library of Congress GLIN Century of Lawmaking Library of Congress ... Index Alaska
State of Alaska


General Sources

23. Southwest Alaska - Economics - 1997 Executive Summary - Libraries
Southwest alaska libraries Mr. Gregg Burton Director Dillingham Public LibraryPO Box 870 Dillingham, AK 99576 Phone 8425610 Fax 842-5691.
Southwest Alaska Libraries
Mr. Gregg Burton
Director Dillingham Public Library
P.O. Box 870
Dillingham, AK 99576
Phone: 842-5610
Fax: 842-5691 Mr. Dan Masoni
Librarian Unalaska Public Library
P.O. Box 1370
Unalaska, AK 99685
Phone: 581-5060 Fax: 581-5266 Ms. Kaylyn Pelkey Librarian Akutan Public Library P.O. Box 26 Akutan, AK 99553 Phone: 698-2230 Ms. Christine Larionoff Librarian Old Harbor Public Library P.O. Box 109 Old Harbor, AK 99643 Phone: 286-2307 Fax: 286-2255 Ms. Jessica Ursin Librarian Port Lions Public Library P.O. Box 110

24. Alaska Report
The 2000 theme is “Cosmic Connections”, and the State Library is purchasingbasic program kits for alaska libraries who wish to participate.
PNLA Quarterly The Official Publication of the Pacific Northwest Library Association Volume 64 Winter 2000 Number 2 Alaska Report by Kay Myers Alaska Representative People Ann Symons, the immediate past president of the American Library Association and librarian at Juneau Douglas High School, has been awarded the Robert B. Downs Intellectual Freedom Award. The Award is given annually and acknowledges individuals or groups who have furthered the cause of intellectual freedom, especially as it impacts libraries and information centers. Debbie Cook and Dana Scofield are job-sharing as library directors of the Kegoayah Kozga Public Library in Nome. Schelly Boudreau is the new librarian in the combined school/public library in McGrath. Dona Helmer, librarian at College Gate Elementary School in Anchorage, was one of 97 educators nationwide selected to participate in an intensive program at Harvard University. Harvard faculty and other scholars from around the country presented their research and engaged the educators in a dialogue about teaching students the ideas associated with the role of media in our democracy. Mary Ellen Baker, who recently resigned as director at the Wasilla Public Library, joined the staff at the Fairbanks North Star Borough Public Library as Public Services Manager.

25. HPL Alaska Links
community, family, and cultural and educational values through literacy, LitSiteAlaska is a platform for partnerships among alaska libraries, schools, families
Alaska Links The links below are organized into those relevent to Homer area residents, which appear first, those maintained by the State of Alaska , those for Alaskan libraries and the University of Alaska , Alaskan newspapers having an online presence, along with weather and miscellaneous links.
Some documents require Acrobat Reader, which is available from this Adobe site. Home

City of Homer
Official Home Page of the City of Homer, Alaska
Also see the City of Homer Directory for lists of all employees, City Council and other operating board members
Pratt Museum
The Pratt Museum is the only natural history museum in the 25,600-square-mile area of the Kenai Peninsula. It serves a regional population of over 40,000 and hosts around 30,000 visitors each year. Indoor exhibits focus on art, natural history, native cultures, homesteading, fishing, marine ecology and the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
Local Boundary Commission's Homer Page
This site contains the entire history of, and links to all the documents that comprise, the City of Homer's 2002 annexation of territory to the east of the city.

26. Finding Books
To search the catalogs of other alaska libraries, including the collections ofall University of alaska libraries, connect to SLED, and choose Library
Quick Links . . . Home About Ketchikan Campus Academics Community Services Distance Education UAS Ketchikan Technical Center Learning Center Library New Student Information Student Services Finding Books To locate books owned by the UAS Ketchikan Campus Library, as well as other members of the First City Libraries consortium, search the online catalog by connecting to First City Libraries , or visit a member library of the consortium. Books at any library within the First City Libraries consortium may be placed on hold and sent to any library within the system for pick up. Look at this User Guide for tips on searching the catalog and accessing your account. To search the catalogs of other Alaska libraries, including the collections of all University of Alaska libraries, connect to SLED Interlibrary Loan services are available for UAS students and faculty who wish to borrow materials not owned by local libraries. To locate books throughout the United States and beyond, go to the WorldCat database in FirstSearch . Contact the UAS Ketchikan Campus Library for authorization and password information.

27. Lineages’ Genealogy Site: Alaska
alaska libraries and Archives. 99508. (907) 5611265. Alaska Divisionof State Libraries Pouch G, State Capitol Juneau, AK 99801. Alaska

28. Welcome To The Alaska Art Gallery & Gift Shop
Taylor · Midwest Library Service alaska libraries are encouraged to order directlythrough Epicenter Press by calling (425) 4856822 or faxing (425) 481-8253.
or Browse by:
Click on a cover to learn about our 10 best sellers
Library Orders Library Orders

Library Orders may order Epicenter Press titles through Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co. of Portland, Ore.:
· Phone (800) 452-3032.
· Fax (800) 355-9685.
· Visit
· Standard library discounts are available.
Epicenter titles also are available through:
· Ingram Book Co.
· Midwest Library Service Alaska libraries are encouraged to order directly through Epicenter Press by calling (425) 485-6822 or faxing (425) 481-8253. Ask about our special discounts for standing orders. Contact us home wilderness gallery mailinglists ... more about epicenter press

29. LIBCAT: US-Alaska
US libraries Select State.

30. SLED: Statewide Library Electronic Doorway
SLED provides easy and equitable access to electronic information for, about and by alaskans.Category Regional North America Arts and Entertainment libraries......About SLED Hot Topics FAQ alaska Comments Search Help! Home. Magazines, Newspapers,and More Full Text Articles for alaskans; alaska Communities;

SLED Project, University of Alaska Fairbanks and the Alaska State Library Page last modified 02 July 2001

31. Welcome To The Alaska State Library Home Page
alaskana, online image collections, Gold Rush, electronic Interlibrary Loan Service.Category Regional North America Arts and Entertainment libraries......The mission of the alaska State Library promotes and coordinates library servicesto the community of alaskan libraries, serves as the primary research
Site Map Text Only Home Search ... CCL Welcome Library Resources On-line access to the library catalog magazines newspapers , and electronic book (eBook) collection . Explore our in library resources and on-line resources
Library Services
Get the daily inside track on Federal Legislation visit the Talking Book Center , preserve State Agency Publications and more.
Ask a Librarian
Not finding what you need? Let us lend a hand. Try our Around the Clock reference service
Library Publications
Keep informed through our Current Topi cs checklists, training manuals InfoLeads newsletter resource guides , and an Alaska Statistics Index
Discover tools and tips to help you use the CCL , and request materials
Ask A Librarian

Chat Service

E-Rate /
for Alaska State Agencies

Last Updated: December 19, 2002

32. Public Libraries In Alaska
Provides a listing of the public libraries and branches throughout the state of alaska.
Alaska Public Libraries Online Catalog Friends of the Library Special Programs for Children switch to "by regional library system " City Library Links Library Hours Affiliated Regional Library Systems, Cooperatives, Headquarters Anchorage Chugiak-Eagle River Branch
Anchorage Municipal Libraries
12400 Old Glenn Highway
Phone: (907) 694-2500 M,Tr(12-8); F,St(10-6)
Anchorage Municipal Libraries
Gerrish Branch (Girdwood)
Anchorage Municipal Libraries
Next to Elementary School
Phone: (907) 783-2565 T,Tr(1-6); W(1-8); F,St(10-6) Anchorage Municipal Libraries Mountain View Branch
Anchorage Municipal Libraries
Clark Middle School
150 S. Bragaw
Phone: (907) 272-4867 T,Tr(3-8); St(11-4) Anchorage Municipal Libraries Muldoon Branch
Anchorage Municipal Libraries
Boniface Mall, 1st floor

33. About The Library - Support The Library
Brief history and listing of projects.
Anchorage Municipal Libraries Home About the Library Book Sales Whenever Loussac Library is open to the public, used books and related items are for sale on Level 2, just inside the entry gates. Prices range from 25 cents to $50.00. Serveral times a year over 35,000 books and related items are offered for sale on Level 1 of Loussac Library. The next sale is May 31st, 2003. Donating Books
We welcome gifts of both single volumes and extensive collections with the understanding that they may not necessarily be added to our shelves. Items not selected for the library go to the book sales. Items may be dropped off at any library. BP Wish List Program
During October all Anchorage Municipal Libraries display books and videos available for purchase by individuals or organizations to donate to the libraries. British Petroleum Exploration donates half the cost of the items. Monetary
The library is happy to accept monetary donations for library materials, equipment, or furnishings. We can also arrange for memorial donations. Contact the Collection Development Coordinator at 343-2966. The Anchorage Library Foundation accepts gifts on behalf of the library. Contact the Library Director for more information at 343-2983.

34. Juneau Public Library. Juneau, Alaska
Serves the City and Borough of Juneau, alaska. Site features web access to the catalog, access to online databases, reference links, library news and events, and information about the library.
Search For Books:
Search our Catalog

Search this Site

Search the Internet

(Internet Search Tips)

Search our Databases:

Electric Library(General)

Health Article Database

Novelist(Reader's Guide)
(Complete Database List)
The Juneau Public Libraries are a division of the City and Borough of Juneau, Alaska. The libraries are housed in three locations: Juneau Public Library at 292 Marine Way (586-5249) Mendenhall Valley Library in the Mendenhall Mall (789-0125) Douglas Library in the Douglas Community Building (364-2378) Juneau Public Libraries 292 Marine Way, Juneau, Alaska 99801 [set homepage]
What's New
April Kids Calendar In the Stacks:Gardening Authors to Alaska Events Friends February Newsletter ... Display Rules/Request Form
Library Information
Library Hours JPL Libraries 2003 Schedule Library Services Library Endowment ... Site Administrator
Site Links
In the Stacks Friends of the Library Mail Services Grant Seekers Resources ... CD-ROM Holdings

35. Western Pacific Chapter, AALL
A regional chapter of the American Association of Law libraries. Covers alaska, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, the U.S. Pacific Territories, and Western Canada.
CONTENTS 2003 Annual Meeting
In Eugene, Oregon

October 9 - 11, 2003
Conference Information

General WestPac Information


Membership Application

Membership Directory
Send comments about
this site to: Updated 25 February 2003
Welcome to WestPac!
WestPac members hail from academic, law firm, government, and other law libraries in the Western Pacific Region. They represent libraries and related organizations in Alaska California Hawaii Idaho ... Wyoming , the U .S. Pacific Territories , and Western Canada , as well as other organizations outside the Pacific Northwest.
2003 AALL Annual Meeting Grant for WestPac Members
Apply for a WestPac grant to attend the AALL Annual Meeting in Seattle July 12-16, 2003. For each annual meeting, AALL underwrites one free full registration ($465.00) for ten chapters. This is WestPac's year! Preference will be given to newer members. grant application (PDF) is available on the WestPac website, and the deadline is April 1, 2003. Posted February 25, 2003

36. University Of Washington Libraries' Digital Initiatives Program
Image collections of the University of Washington libraries Digital Initiatives Program on the topic of the history, natural sciences, and regional cultures of alaska and the Pacific Northwest.
Featuring a growing number of collections from the University of Washington Libraries and faculty in such diverse areas as the humanities, the natural sciences, and the regional cultures of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. The site includes the award-winning project American Indians of the Pacific Northwest. These collections are especially strong in Seattle history, architecture, labor and industry, the Klondike Gold Rush, and our natural environment. Materials are primarily pictorial, although some have accompanying essays and texts. Other media are presented, such as newspapers, reports, pamphlets, posters, and maps. More formats will be added in the future. The emphasis of these collections is on rare and unique materials. Search within one, or within any combination of collections. Search by title, subject, description or a variety of other fields. By clicking on keywords you can immediately go to other material with that same keyword. You can easily navigate through multi-page documents.

37. SLED: Statewide Library Electronic Doorway
Electronic Journals; LibDex A worldwide directory of libraries, webbased OPACs SLEDProject, University of alaska Fairbanks and the alaska State Library Tel

Let us know how we are doing, please send comments and site suggestions to the Webteam SLED Project, University of Alaska Fairbanks and the Alaska State Library

38. AkLA Home
Includes links to member libraries, newsletter, and annual conference information.
Alaska Library Association
Juneau 2003 Conference Continuing Education Jobs Membership ... Organization
Welcome to the Alaska Library Association website
AkLA is a nonprofit professional organization for the employees, volunteers and advocates at academic, public, school and special libraries of all sizes in Alaska, and library products and services vendors. The goal of the organization is to promote vibrant libraries which deliver outstanding services to their users, and to provide professional development opportunities. Library Links Site Index Search
This page last updated: November 30, 2001
Alaska Library Association, P.O. Box 81084, Fairbanks, AK 99708

39. Alaska Library Directory - Alaska State Library
The original directory of library home pages. This page is a directory of Public libraries in alaska. libraries on the Web. USA Public alaska. Current update 02/25/03
Home Search SLED State of Alaska ... Home
Alaska Library Directory (last updated April 11, 2002)
Maintained by the Alaska State Library If you have directory corrections, updates, or comments, please report them to or call 1-800-776-6566.
    Akiachak School Community Library
    P.O. Box 51100
    Akiachak, AK 99551
    Phone: 825-4812
    Fax: 825-4827
    Akiak School/Community Library
    P.O. Box 52227
    Akiak, AK 99552
    Phone: 765-7325
    Fax: 765-7901
    Akutan Public Library P.O. Box 26 Akutan, AK 99553 Phone: 698-2230 Fax: 698-2230 Email:
    Akutan School Library P. O. Box 25

40. Culturally Responsive Guidelines For Alaska Public Libraries
Culturally Responsive Guidelines For alaska Public libraries. Sponsoredby the. alaska State Library. For alaska Public libraries. PREFACE.
Culturally Responsive Guidelines For Alaska Public Libraries Sponsored by the Alaska State Library Culturally Responsive Guidelines For Alaska Public Libraries PREFACE 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. While the impetus for developing the Guidelines was service to the Alaska Native community, as the library directors worked on the Guidelines it became clear that they could be applied other cultural groups resident in Alaska. The Guidelines are presented as basic statements in four broad areas. The statements are not intended to be inclusive, exclusive or conclusive, and thus, should be carefully discussed, considered and adapted to accommodate local circumstances and needs. The Guidelines may be used to:
  • Review mission and vision statements, goals, objectives, and policies to assure the integration of culturally appropriate practice.

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