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  1. Michigan's 50 Best Fishing Lakes: The State's Top Inland Waters (Michigan Out-of-Doors Library Series) by Michigan United Conservation Clubs, 1982-12
  2. Michigan (World Almanac Library of the States) by Rachel Barenblat, 2002-01-02
  3. The Ojibwe of Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota (The Library of Native Americans) by Janet Palazzo-Craig, 2005-08
  4. Frost-bite & Frost-bark: Robert Frost at Michigan (Bentley Historical Library bulletin) by Robert Mark Warner, 1999
  5. Detroit and the Great Migration, 1916-1929 (Bulletin / Michigan Historical Collections, Bentley Historical Library) by Elizabeth Anne Martin, 1993
  6. Michigan library bulletin by Anonymous, 2009-11-04
  7. The Michigan Library Book! (Carole Marsh Michigan Books) by Carole Marsh, 1991-06
  8. Michigan (The Bilingual Library of the United States of America) by Jose Maria Obregon, Vanessa Brown, 2005-08
  9. Preferred List of Books for Township and High School Libraries in the State of Michigan
  10. Preferred List of Books for Township and High School Libraries in the State of Michigan by Mabel C. True, 2010-03-07
  11. Michigan: The Wolverine State (World Almanac Library of the States (Sagebrush)) by Rachel Barenblat, 2002-01
  12. The Valuable Private Library of Lucius L. Hubbard: Of Houghton, Michigan, Consisting Almost Wholly of Rare Books and Pamphlets Relating to American History [1914 ] by Lucius L. (Lucius Lee) Hubbard, 2009-09-22
  13. A selected list of children's books for school libraries of Michigan by Effie Power, 1909-01-01
  14. Preferred list of books for district school libraries in the state of Michigan

1. MEL: Libraries & Information Science Index
WEB ADDRESSES OF MLA INSTITUTIONAL MEMBER LIBRARIES This page is provided as a benefit of institutional membership in the Michigan Library Association. to achieve the highest level of library service for the state legislature, public libraries and the citizens of Michigan. Home
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Resources by Topic Hot Topics for Michigan Libraries Michigan Library Directory - search for info on over 1900 libraries Michigan Library Consortium Michlib-l listserv instructions and archives
  • The Public Library Funding Initiative Universal Service Fund Other Michigan Library info and catalogs
  • One or more of these commercial databases available for use by Michigan residents* may also be useful when looking for information in this subject category. Book Review Digest
    Books In Print


    General Reference Center Gold (InfoTrac)

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    2. Friends Of Michigan Libraries
    News of Friends groups around the state, tips on organization and management, newsletter reprints, and the current newsletter online.
    Welcome to the Friends of the Michigan Libraries Website Membership Information Officers and Directors Internet Resources FOML Grant ... Contact Us The mission of the Friends of the Michigan Libraries "is to support the activities of local Michigan libraries and to be advocates for libraries at the state level. FOML, will serve as clearinghouse and information center for all Friends groups in the State of Michigan by planning meetings to exchange ideas, by supporting a newsletter to go to member groups, and by offering workshops and speakers to help advance the goals of Friends working with libraries, whether as program planners, as volunteers, as advocates of library legislation, or as a source of financial contributions and support." Our manual is now available. Read about this indispensible guide for Friends groups which was edited by Sandy Novacek.

    3. MEL:Michigan Libraries
    Libraries and Information Science Michigan Library Catalogs Web and telnet versions of online Library catalogs in Michigan Gold, FirstSearch), periodical holdings information for michigan libraries (SPAN), statewide interlibrary loan, and more. Home
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    • Michigan Library Catalogs - Web and telnet versions of online Library catalogs in Michigan
    • AccessMichigan - initiative to build a digital library for the citizens of the State of Michigan, including Statewide Access to full-text magazine databases (IAC General Reference Center Gold, FirstSearch), periodical holdings information for Michigan libraries (SPAN), statewide interlibrary loan, and more.
    • Carnegie Library Buildings in Michigan - A table showing the locations, amounts, and dates of Carnegie grants for Michigan Libraries.
    • Community Information Toolkit - A project to provide Michigan public libraries, and their communities, an array of assistance in developing local, community information for publication on the World Wide Web. Includes training, hardware, and policy/management information. A joint project of Ameritech, Library of Michigan, and Merit.

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    Similar pages More results from MELmichigan libraries michigan libraries. Carnegie Library Buildings in Michigan A table showing thelocations, amounts, and dates of Carnegie grants for michigan libraries.
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    5. University Of Michigan Libraries And Museums (Ann Arbor Campus) -University Of M
    3.11 University of michigan libraries and Museums (Ann Arbor Campus).University of michigan libraries and Museums (Ann Arbor Campus
    Faculty Handbook Administrative Structure Faculty Handbook Table of Contents ... Home
    3.11 University of Michigan Libraries and Museums (Ann Arbor Campus)
    University of Michigan Libraries and Museums (Ann Arbor Campus)
    The University is privileged to house library, museum, and archival collections of enormous importance and breadth. Libraries, museums, and collections serve the academic community as a bridge to ideas, past and present; research resources generated over centuries; information in a variety of formats and delivery systems; and innovative applications of modern digital technology. 3.11.1 Libraries Within the purview of the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, the University of Michigan Ann Arbor Campus library system is administered centrally through the Office of the Director of the University Library and is composed of the following units:
    • Area Programs Collections Asia Library Biological Station Library Dentistry Library Film and Video Library Fine Arts Library Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library Information and Library Studies Library Map Library Media Union Library (Engineering, Art, and Architecture and Urban Planning)

    6. Information For Michigan Libraries
    The Library of Michigan serves as a vital information resource to the legislature, state government and citizens of Michigan. Home
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    7. FOML Membership Information
    Please consider joining the Friends of the michigan libraries. Simply print thisform and mail it with a check payable to Friends of michigan libraries to
    FOML Membership Information Please consider joining the Friends of the Michigan Libraries. By becoming an active member of FOML you can assist us in our efforts to advocate on behalf of libraries across the state. You will also receive a newsletter keeping you informed of events and sessions sponsored by the FOML. Simply print this form and mail it with a check payable to "Friends of Michigan Libraries" to: Friends of Michigan Libraries
    % Marcia Barker
    1200 S. Canton Center Road
    Canton, MI 48188 YES! I/We want to join the Friends of Michigan Libraries. [ ] New membership
    [ ] Membership renewal Annual Membership Fees (check one): [ ] Individual $10.00
    [ ] Friends Group $25.00
    [ ] Patron $100.00
    [ ] Benefactor $500.00
    [ ] Corporate Sponsor $1,000.00 Contact Name: Telephone #: Street Address: City/State: Zip +4: Friends Organization Name: Library Name: Telephone #: ( ) E-mail address:

    8. Michigan Libraries & Internet Filtering
    michigan libraries Internet Filtering. Recent News Articles. October9, 2000 • michigan libraries Regroup for New Internet Law.
    Recent News Articles
    August 8, 2001:
    Flint library to screen Internet sites
    August 3, 2001:
    Flint library to filter Web sites for minors
    June 1, 2001:
    Federal Net law could hit Herrick

    Federal rules may require even more library Internet filtering
    January 23, 2001:
    Kent libraries will keep Internet filters
    December 20, 2000:
    ACLU sues to fight Internet filtering initiative
    December 6, 2000:
    Young people expected to get Internet again at Herrick Library
    December 1, 2000:
    Library getting temporary filters
    November 29, 2000:
    GR Library holds to policy, won't add filters
    November 6, 2000: Librarians unhappy with Internet filters October 27, 2000: Mandatory Web filters proposed Library weighs filtering software options Resident wants adult computers in library filtered, too October 25, 2000: Library still waits for Web filters October 17, 2000: Library board leans towards retaining Internet policy October 13, 2000: Parents want library Web limits October 9, 2000: Michigan Libraries Regroup for New Internet Law October 6, 2000: Let courts rule Web content, library panel says

    9. Michigan Libraries & Internet Filtering - Past News Articles
    michigan libraries Internet Filtering. Home Past News Articles. September30, 2000 • Libraries struggle with Net filter law • Options.

    Past News Articles
    September 30, 2000:
    Libraries struggle with Net filter law


    September 29, 2000:
    Library OKs filters for kids

    Internet filters installed by Holland library after all

    September 28, 2000:
    Bay libraries set to screen Internet pornfrom minors

    September 27, 2000: GR library board eyes filter options September 17, 2000: LibraryGuardian is not the answer Filters, again: Herrick faces decision September 14, 2000: Libraries to install Net filters September 13, 2000: Filters will limit Internet at Kent District libraries Holland library hears views on filters Filters fuel renewed debate September 12, 2000: Net questions surround filters forum September 11, 2000: Library board extends Internet access forum September 10, 2000: Internet filter panel holding policy meeting September 7, 2000: Proponents push officials to demand Internet policy September 7, 2000: Mayor criticizes library board's approach to filters September 1, 2000: Herrick board names Net panel July 28, 2000: Panel says library compliant with Internet standards July 26, 2000: Net filter on guard in library Library checks out filter software May 5, 2000:

    10. MAME: Michigan Libraries Calendar
    Michigan's Libraries' Calendar. 2002 March 810 MAME Leadership Conference,Bay Valley, Bay City. Nov. 14-16 MAME 29 Conference, Acme
    Michigan's Libraries' Calendar
    March 8-10 MAME Leadership Conference, Bay Valley, Bay City.
    Nov. 14-16 MAME 29 Conference, Acme (Traverse City), Grand Traverse Resort
    March 7-9 MAME Leadership Conference, Soaring Eagle, Mt. Pleasant.
    Oct. 28-Nov. 1 MAME 30 Conference, Amway Grand Plaza, Grand Rapids March 5-7 Marriott at Centerpoint, Pontiac
    MAME Fall Conference, March 4-6 Garland, Lewiston
    Oct. 26-29 MAME Fall Conference, Marriott, Detroit. March 3-5 Inn at Bay Harbor
    Oct. 25-28 MAME Fall Conference, Marriott, Detroit.
    Organization and Leadership
    Educational and Library Resources Job Postings
    Professional Development
    ... Home Please send your e-mail comments or suggestions about MAME's Home Page to MAME ( . Also, please send a note if you have difficulty with any of the links on M.A.M.E.'s Web Site ( For information or questions about MAME, the organization, please contact Executive Director

    11. MAME: Libraries Online
    It will also has a link to Michigan Library Websites. Library of MichiganDirectory of michigan libraries Includes pdf and online versions.

    Libraries Online
    Albion Public Library
    This site offers many links to Internet resources. It includes pages with lengthy lists in many areas. A few of these have the following headings: Reference, News and Education, Kids, and Michigan.
    Awesome Library: Library Catalogs
    Links to library catalogs around the world. There is a list of categories: Cataloguing and Indexing of Electronic Resources, Library Catalogs Worldwide, Library Catalogs by Library Name, Library Catalogs by State (USA), Library Catalogs by Type of Library, Library Catalogs by Vendor (USA), Library Catalogs for K-12, Multi-Library Catalog Searches (ZWeb and CARLWeb).
    Awesome Library: Public Libraries
    Links to many different public libraries, as well as pages of links to public libraries.
    Berkeley Public Library
    This site not only has information about the library itself, but also includes a very inclusive index to the Internet called the Librarians' Index to the Internet , which provides subject links, (i.e. kids libraries reference ), to countless resources around the world. Additionally, there are helpful hint sections in searching and evaluating what you find on the Internet.

    12. Michigan Libraries
    MICHIGAN'S LIBRARIES FEATURED COMPANIES Magazines Make the Perfect Gift! Magazinecity.netShop online just click here! click here to find specials

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    Albion Public Library
    501 S Superior Albion, MI 49224 Allegan Public Library
    331 Hubbard Allegan, MI 49010 Alma Public Library
    351 North Court Avenue Alma, MI 48801 Auburn Hills Public Library
    3400 E Seyburn Auburn Hills, MI 48326 Bad Axe Public Library
    200 South Hanselman Bad Axe, MI 48413 Bay County Library System
    307 Lafayette Bay City, MI 48708 Baldwin Public Library
    300 West Merrill Birmingham, MI 48012 Cadillac-Wexford County Public Library 411 S Lake Cadillac, MI 49601 Canton Public Library 1200 South Canton Center Road Canton, MI 48188 Charlevoix Public Library 107 W Clinton Charlevoix, MI 49720 Chelsea District Library 221 S Main Chelsea, MI 48118 Macomb County Library 16480 Hall Road Clinton Township, MI 48038 Branch District Library System 10 E Chicago Coldwater, MI 49036 Coloma Public Library 262-264 Paw Paw Coloma, MI 49038 Deckerville Public Library 3452 N Main Deckerville, MI 48427 Detroit Public Library 5201 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI 48202 Escanaba Public Library 400 Ludington Escanaba, MI 49829

    13. Detroit Michigan Libraries -
    Detroit michigan libraries Includes Southfield, Dearborn, Livonia, Troy, Pontiac,and the rest of Oakland County, Wayne County, and Macomb County, Mi.
    Detroit Homepage

    Detroit Web Directory

    Detroit Area Maps

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    Lansing Michigan
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    ... Jackson Michigan Detroit Michigan Libraries Includes Southfield, Dearborn, Livonia, Troy, Pontiac, and the rest of Oakland County, Wayne County, and Macomb County, Mi. Detroit Area Library Network Search for Detroit area libraries Detroit Public Library Livonia Public Library Mardigian Library - U of M Dearborn Southfield Public Library Sterling Heights Public Library Troy Public Library

    14. Michigan Libraries Via The Internet
    If EMU does not own a magazine, journal, or newspaper you are seeking, and you wouldlike to discover which michigan libraries own the title, start with the
    Connect to Selected Michigan
    College and University Libraries
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    If EMU does not own a magazine, journal, or newspaper you are seeking, and you would like to discover which Michigan libraries own the title, start with the UnionLists database on the FirstSearch service.
  • Connect to the UnionLists database
    (Clicking the link will open a new browser window) In the first search box, type the letters ewmu and click in the drop-down box next to it to change from Keyword to Groups In the next search box, type the periodical title you are seeking surrounded by double quotes " ", e.g., "caliban" and then click in the drop-down box next to it to change from Keyword to Title Click the Search button

  • If you are looking for which Michigan libraries own a particular book, you can try searching the catalogs of the libraries listed below.

    15. A Selected List Of Basic Genealogical Titles For Michigan Libraries
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    Atlases and Maps
    Atlas of American history. James T. Adams, ed. 1943.
    Ref G1201 .S1 A2 1943
    Map guide to the U.S. federal censuses. 1790-1920. William Thorndale. 1987.
    Gene HA37 .U55 T453
    Michigan cemetery atlas.
    Gene oversize G1411 .E 6225 L5 1991
    Rand McNally commercial atlas and marketing guide. 123rd ed. 1992.
    Ref G1019 .R224z
    Township atlas of the United States. John L. Andriot. 1987.
    Gene 1201 .F7 A5 1991
    Detroit, Michigan 1870 federal census index. Ronald Vern Jackson. 1990.
    Gene F574 .D4 D423 1990
    1830 Federal census: territory of Michigan and a guide to ancestral trails in Michigan. 2nd ed. Elizabeth Taft Harlan.
    Mich F565 .U55 1830z 1965
    Federal population censuses.
    Gene HA195 .F4
    Index to 1840 Federal population census of Michigan. Estelle A. McGlynn. 1977.
    Mich F565 .M33z
    Index to 1850 Federal population census of Michigan.
    Mich F565 .M676z
    Michigan 1860 Federal census index. Ronald Vern Jackson. 1988.

    16. Federal Grants Announced For Michigan Libraries
    The Library of Michigan is the state administrative agency for LSTA and as such,processes over $4.6 million annually to benefit michigan libraries and the,1607,7-160-17451_18668_18688-52476--,00.html
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    Contact: Maureen Saxton 517-241-2236 Agency: History, Arts and Libraries Federal Grants Announced for Michigan Libraries December 11, 2001 The Library of Michigan today announced grant awards for the federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) fiscal year 2002 grant program. The Library of Michigan is the state administrative agency for LSTA and as such, processes over $4.6 million annually to benefit Michigan libraries and the populations they serve. Twenty projects statewide will receive $1,452,683 in LSTA funding. Coupled with a 25 percent match requirement in the "collaboration and partnership" funding area, the total amount to be spent on these projects is $1,513,258. This cash match requirement leverages the LSTA dollars so that a greater number of local library projects may receive funding. Any remaining LSTA funds received by Michigan are spent on statewide projects such as AccessMichigan. Visit The LSTA program was enacted in September of 1996, as a continuation of the former Library Services and Construction Act. The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) administer the LSTA program on the federal level. The Library of Michigan is part of the Michigan Department of History, Arts and Libraries, whose mission is to enrich the quality of life for Michigan residents by providing access to information, preserving and promoting Michigan's heritage, and fostering cultural creativity.

    17. GSWC: University Of Michigan Libraries, Ann Arbor
    Helpful information about the University of michigan libraries, Ann Arbor, MI, includingaddress, phone, fax, email, home page, online catalog, hours
    Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County, Michigan, Inc.
    Libraries for Genealogical Research
    University of Michigan Map Library
    825 Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library (8th floor),
    920 North University, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1205
    Phone Fax Email Home Page Online Catalog MIRLYN
    (Please contact the library for assistance.)
    Hours Hours vary between terms and around holidays. Guided tours available if arranged in advance.
    Monday-Friday 10am-5pm all year
    Sundays 1pm-4pm during Fall/Winter sessions
    Directions From I-94 on the South, take Exit 177 onto S. State Street. Go north into the campus area of Ann Arbor, turning right onto S. University, just past the Law Quad. Go one block to Tappan Street. The library will be on the left across from Tappan and behind the Clements Library. Enter the library from South University across from Tappan between the Clements Library and the President's House. See map of Central Campus Photograph from Lee Liming's Postcards from Ann Arbor Parking Metered parking is available along side streets. University staff parking is available after hours (usually after 6pm). Check signs at each lot.

    18. MLC Home Page
    The Michigan Library Consortium is a nonprofit, membership organization. MLC serves michigan libraries of all types and sizes by providing quality products and services in a costeffective manner in order to maximize the sharing of information among its members.

    19. Press Release: Three Michigan Libraries Migrate From Gaylord Galaxy To Library.S
    INWOOD, WV, August 12, 2002 Three michigan libraries have recently upgraded fromthe Gaylord Galaxy system to Library.Solution, The Library Corporation's
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    Three Michigan Libraries Migrate from Gaylord Galaxy to Library.Solution
    INWOOD, WV, August 12, 2002 -Three Michigan libraries have recently upgraded from the Gaylord Galaxy system to Library .Solution , The Library Corporation's (TLC's) integrated library system. Monroe County Library System in Monroe chose Library.Solution because "over the past few years we have watched our users become very technologically savvy," Monroe Director Nancy Colpaert said. "They will like the Library.Solution Windows platform and will love the functionality that allows for email messages to be sent letting them know an item they had reserved has arrived or that their materials are overdue," she said. "We're also anxious to see what our patrons think about the self-check-out units we're placing in our two largest branches. Staff who have had the opportunity to try out the software have found it to be very user-friendly and I think our patrons will too," Ms. Colpaert added. Ms. Colpaert said that TLC's reputation for providing state of the art library automation and Library.Solution's reasonable startup and ongoing costs were also important factors. Monroe has 16 sites and 500,000 volumes in its collection. The library has 151 stations on its network.

    20. Action Plan For Michigan Libraries
    Initial Report Action Plan for michigan libraries. Recommendationsfrom the Michigan Library Association Task Force on the National
    Initial Report Action Plan for Michigan Libraries
    • develop and facilitate partnerships or alliances appropriate to that community or organization.
    • create and then maintain the necessary expertise to support knowledge creation and access within the quickly changing electronic environment.

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