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  1. Works by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra in the Library of Congress by Library of Congress, 1994-01-01
  2. A catalogue of books in the library of the Society for the promotion of Hellenic studies by England) Library., . Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies (London, 1903-01-01
  3. Catalogue Of Books Suitable For A Popular Library (1901) by State Board Of Michigan Board Of Library, 2008-08-18
  4. Michigan historical collections by Michigan Historical Commission., 2010-07-23
  5. Faculty Involvement in Library Instruction: Their Views on Participation in and Support of Academic Library Use Instruction : Papers and Summaries F (Library Orientation Series) by Conference on Library Orientation for Academic Libraries Eastern michi, B. Rader Hannelore, et all 1976-06
  6. Bulletin of the Electro-Therapeutical Laboratory of the University of Michigan by University of Michigan. Electro-Therapeutical Laboratory., 2010-04-20
  7. The Library of Congress by Library of Congress., 1914-01-01
  8. Catalogue of books added to the Library of Congress during the year 1872. by 1868. Library of Congress. Catalog, 1800-01-01
  9. News notes of California libraries by California State Library., 2010-05-10
  10. Catalogue of the library of the U. S. Military academy, West Point, N.Y., by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-21
  11. Alphabetical and analytical catalogue of the New York society library by New York Society Library, 1850-01-01
  12. Annual report - Brooklyn Public Library by Brooklyn Public Library, 2009-10-31
  13. Honor orations in the contests of the University of Michigan Oratorical Association: together with the orations judged highest in thought and composition when such orations did not receive an honor by University of Michigan. Oratorical Association., 1901-01-01
  14. News - National Library of Medicine by National Library of Medicine (U.S.), 2010-05-10

81. MHAL
New state agency that oversees the michigan Historical Center, Library of michigan, Council for Art and Cultural Affairs, Mackinac State Historic Parks, and michigan Film Office. Has links to all and current news.
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Michigan Week Awards

Do you know people who always go the extra mile to make their communities a better place? Do you have a friend or co-worker who manages to volunteer his or her time no matter how busy life gets? Show your appreciation and fill out a nomination form for the Michigan Week Community Achievement or Volunteer Leadership awards ! The deadline for entries is April 18.

Michigan Week May 17-26, 2003

Have you made your plans for Michigan Week yet? Don't miss out on the fun! Visit the Michigan Week Web site for great ideas on how you can be part of this year's 'Great Lakes! Great Traditions!' events! Hometown Hoops
The exhibit about high school basketball in Michigan opens at Michigan Historical Museum, March 8, 2003. Join the March Madness! Visit this special exhibit in Michigan's "Summer of Sports." See the on-line preview now. What's Happening in Michigan
Look at our calendars to choose an event in your area.

82. Clare County, Michigan
Links to media, schools, libraries and other Clare County sites.

2000 Census
1990 Census more Census ... Historical data Additional Resources Media
Clare County Review

Midland Daily News

WCFX FM - hear it live!

News: Michigan Live
WNEM - News 5

Clare County Forecast

Harrison Library
Education Clare-Gladwin RESD Beaverton Rural Schools Clare Public Schools Farwell Area Schools ... Mid MI Community College Real Estate MLS - Clare County AMS Homefinder Michigan Realtors Clare County ... Surf your Watershed from the EPA Clare County MIGenWeb Central Michigan Travel
3144 Davenport Avenue - Suite 200 Saginaw, Michigan 48602 Telephone: 989.797.0800 FAX: 989.797.0896 site design and maintenance by ec webmaster: Shelly Taylor please report broken links!

83. LC/Ameritech 19th Century Sunday School Books Project
michigan State University libraries Digital Sources Center and the Central michigan University libraries proposal to digitize 121 American Sunday School books.
You must enable javascript to view book transcripts. Page images are accessible without javascript. Home Sunday School Books by Category Search the Collection About the Project ... M.S.U. Libraries
    Shaping the Values of Youth:
    Sunday School Books in 19th Century America
    Titles from the Russel B. Nye Popular Culture Collection, Michigan State University Libraries, and the Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University Introductory essays and historical commentary by Professor Stephen Rachman, Department of English, Michigan State University. This site was made possible in part by funding from a Library of Congress / Ameritech National Digital Library Award.
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84. Criminal Justice Resources Resources: School Safety And Violence
Organizations and publications dealing with school violence from michigan State University libraries.
School Safety and Violence Organizations
Organizations Dealing with School Violence Center for the Prevention of School Violence

Established in 1993, the Center serves as a primary point of contact for dealing with the problem of school violence. The Center focuses on ensuring that schools are safe and secure so that every student is able to attend a school that is safe and secure, one that is free of fear and conducive to learning. Located at the North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C.
(Last checked 10/28/02) Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence

Violence in America has reached epidemic proportions. Today, all Americans are touched directly or indirectly by violent acts. In response, the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) was founded in 1992 with a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York to provide informed assistance to groups committed to understanding and preventing violence, particularly adolescent violence. Since that time, our mission has expanded to encompass violence across the life course. Located at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
(Last checked 10/28/02) Hamilton Fish Institute

85. Criminal Justice Resources Resources: Juvenile Justice
Publications and sites edited by the michigan State University libraries.
Juvenile Justice Web Sites Articles and Publications Source Links with Annotations Web Sites
  • About.Com Juvenile Crime Page
  • About.Com Juvenile Crime-Punishment Statistics Page
  • About.Com Juvenile Punishment Page
  • American Bar Association's Juvenile Justice Center ...
  • Virginia Youth Violence Project Articles and Publications
  • Adolescent Violence: A View from the Streets
  • Alternative Sanctions: A Select Bibliography
  • And Justice for Some: Differential Treatment of Minority Youth in the Justice System
  • Basics of Juvenile Justice ...
  • Youth Violence Prevention Source Links With Annotations About.Com Juvenile Crime Page
    A compilation of web links from the former Mining Company.
    (Last checked 11/06/02) About.Com Juvenile Crime-Punishment Statistics Page
    A compilation of web links from the former Mining Company.
    (Last checked 11/06/02) About.Com Juvenile Punishment Page
    A compilation of web links from the former Mining Company.
    (Last checked 11/06/02) Adolescent Violence: A View From the Street

    This NIJ Research report presents preliminary findings from a multistage study on adolescent violence, which draws from theories of cognitive and developmental psychology to construct a framework for understanding violent behavior. Unfortunately, typical studies on violence cannot explain the occurrence of a violent eventthat mixture of motivation, context, and facilitation that channels arousal into actual violence. The findings from this study indicate that adolescents should be taught negotiating and conflict avoidance skills under conditions that mimic the unpredictable nature of the street.
  • 86. HotDog Express For AOL Hometown Document
    michigan's poetbard Terry Wooten offers programs for K-12 schools, colleges, libraries, conferences or festivals. Published and award-winning poet with seventeen years experience. Host of Stone Circle Poetry Gatherings.
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    As Michigan's poet bard, Terry Wooten has a special gift for helping people relate to poetry and enjoy it. Offering more than ninety poets' work from which his audience can select, he recites in juke-box fashion their requests whether the audience is 5 or 50.
    Terry's oral repertoire of over eight hours includes poems by many well-know poets from Chaucer to Whitman as well as his own poems. He is a living anthology of classic literature, folklore, children's and contemporary poetry, presented in an educational and entertaining package. The range of his selections run rich in humor or can reflect the more serious issues of our modern times. His performances are variable and can be arranged specifically for any age group.
    Terry also shares his experience as a published poet and bard in a variety of writing workshops (grade 4 to adult). He offers tips to students on finding their own writing styles, working with line structure, eliminating "nerd words," working with "stolen voices," and to use memory as a natural magnifier. A culminating activity can be a school or community performance presented by the students with Terry.
    Terry's influence is evident in the many schools who have developed stone circle formats with their students. Patterned after his own Stone Circle, he coaches schools on how to create a focus for their students' writings. Inspired by his infectious style of of presentation, Terry has sparked new interest for students by linking the written and the spoken word through the oral tradition, as they share in this exciting recipe for communication.

    87. Sunday School Books: Shaping The Values Of Youth In Nineteenth-Century America (
    A representative selection of American Sunday school books published between 1815 and 1865, drawn from the collections of michigan State University and Central michigan University libraries.
    The Library of Congress Michigan State University Libraries and Central Michigan University, Clarke Historical Library Search Browse Titles Authors Subjects
    This collection presents 163 Sunday school books published in America between 1815 and 1865, drawn from the collections of Michigan State University Libraries and the Clarke Historical Library at Central Michigan University Libraries. They document the culture of religious instruction of youth in America during the Antebellum era. They also illustrate a number of thematic divisions that preoccupied nineteenth-century America, including sacred and secular, natural and divine, civilized and savage, rural and industrial, adult and child. Among the topics featured are history, holidays, slavery, African Americans, Native Americans, travel and missionary accounts, death and dying, poverty, temperance, immigrants, and advice. The mission of the Library of Congress is to make its resources available and useful to Congress and the American people and to sustain and preserve a universal collection of knowledge and creativity for future generations. The goal of the Library's National Digital Library Program is to offer broad public access to a wide range of historical and cultural documents as a contribution to education and lifelong learning. Digital collections from other institutions complement and enhance the Library's own resources. The Library of Congress presents these documents as part of the record of the past. These primary historical documents reflect the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of different times. The Library of Congress, Michigan State University, and Central Michigan University do not endorse the views expressed in these collections, which may contain materials offensive to some readers.

    88. Interactive Library Directory
    The following are the links to the Federal and michigan Depository libraries FederalDocuments Depository libraries michigan Documents Depository libraries.
    W elcome to the Michigan Library Directory's online edition. The online directory contains the most up to date information we have for approximately 2000 libraries and library related organizations. To find a specific type of library, please us the pull down menu of categories.
    Select a category: All Public Michicard LBPH Academic School Cooperative Associations REMC MSAL ROC Special
    If you enter any of the fields below, only those libraries that contain the string you enter will be shown.
    Library Name Name of Director City County Alcona Alger Allegan Alpena Antrim Arenac Baraga Barry Bay Bay Benzie Berrien Branch Calhoun Cass Charlevoix Cheboygan Chippewa Clare Clinton Crawford Delta Dickinson Eaton Emmet Genesee Gladwin Gogebic Grand Traverse Gratiot Hillsdale Houghton Huron Ingham Ionia Iosco Iron Isabella Jackson Kalamazoo Kalkaska Kent Keweenaw Lake Lapeer Leelanau Lenawee Livingston Luce Mackinac Macomb Manistee Marquette Mason Mecosta Menominee Midland Missaukee Monroe Montcalm Montmorency Muskegon Newaygo Oakland Oceana Ogemaw Ontonagon Osceola Oscoda Otsego Ottawa Ottawa/Allegan Presque Isle Roscommon Saginaw Sanilac Schoolcraft Shiawassee St. Clair

    89. Reading Room Index To The Comic Art Collection
    michigan State University libraries Scroll down for a list of classic recordings featuring Mae Questel.
    Reading Room Index to the Comic Art Collection,
    Special Collections Division,
    Michigan State University Libraries:
    "Queer" to "Quimby's" Back to the Q index screen.
    Back to the
    ... On down the list This segment last edited November 25, 1996

    90. Upper Midwest Videos - Educational Videos For Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin
    Educational videos ideally suited for elementary through high school classrooms, museums, and libraries featuring michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
    Upper Midwest Videos
    Phone: 800-848-4188 . . . . Fax: 231-946-5145 powered by

    91. School Of Information ITrack Job And Internship Finder
    The University of michigan School of Information maintains this categorized list of joblists in library and information studies. Users can search full and part-time positions by categories (including archives and records management, consulting, human-computer interaction, U.S. and international libraries, and school media centers) and location.

    92. ALN Home Page
    michigan State University libraries
    Newsletter Africana Libraries Newsletter, starting with no. (Fall 1999), is edited by the Indiana University Librarian for African Studies. Web-loaded issues produced at Michigan State University are listed below. ISSN 0148-7868 Africana Libraries Newsletter (ALN) was published quarterly by the Michigan State University (MSU) Libraries and the MSU African Studies Center. It began as a bimonthly at Boston University in 1975 and was continued at Urbana, IL, and Bloomington, IN. ALN is produced to support the work of the Africana Librarians Council (ALC) of the African Studies Association. It carries reports on meetings of ALC, CAMP (Cooperative Africana Microform Project) and other relevant groups plus other items of interest to Africana librarians and those concerned about information resources about or in Africa. Editor: Joseph J. Lauer, Africana, MSU, 100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824-1048.
    Tel.: 517-432-2218; E-mail:

    93. Welcome To HealthLine
    Resource center for michigan public health professionals, offering searchable links to public health sites as well as member services such as forums, email, and file libraries.
    Healthline is an electronic community for individuals with an interest in public health issues as they relate to citizens of the State of Michigan. Funded by the Michigan Department of Community Health and maintained by staff from the Michigan Public Health Institute, Healthline welcomes all users with an interest in promoting Public Health.
    Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Information

    updated 04-01-2003 Healthline Forum Changes CDC Launches updated Health Alert Network Web Site Terrorist threat level raised to High - Operation Liberty Shield New Features and Changes in Healthline! ... HealthLine Manual
    (PDF file format)
    Healthline Calendar Manual

    (PDF file format) CDC establishes Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) resource page Partners Terms of Service Contact

    94. Using Medline On WinSpirs Or MacSpirs
    This tutorial on using WinSpirs or MacSpirs is divided into three parts introduction, WinSpirs and MacSpirs. Developed by Leslie M. Behm, michigan State University libraries.

    95. Libraries And Technology At Western Michigan University
    Undergraduate Studies Graduate Studies libraries Technology Administration Entertainment Athletics. Contact Western michigan University University
    University Libraries

    WestCat Search

    Information Services
    Academic Planning and Institutional Data

    Office of University Relations
    Computing Initiative Information
    Computing Recommendations
    Laptop Initiative

    Student Web pages

    Technology Orientation
    Wireless Western
    Information Technology Office of Information Technology General Computing Computing Accounts Computing Labs Confer V Enabling Technologies ... Solutions Center (formerly the HelpDesk) Technical Computing Services Instructional Computing Center for Teaching and Learning Course Pages Distance Education Instructional Technology Center ... WebCT Telecommunications Telecommunications home Video Audiovisual Equipment Video Services top WMU Home ... Contact Western Michigan University University Operator (269) 387-1000 1903 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo MI 49008-5201

    96. Kent District Library In Kent County, MI, Circulates More Books, Tapes, CDs, DVD
    Offers 18 branch libraries throughout Kent County, michigan.
    Kids Page Electronic Reference Book Lovers Links Links to Internet Sites ... Let It Snow Kickoff Do you have a Reference question? AskKDL KDL Employment Opportunities Internet Tutorial Kent District Library
    814 West River Center
    Comstock Park, MI 49321
    Problems or Questions? Contact the Webmaster
    : The Kent District Library does not monitor and has no control over information accessed through the Internet and can not be held responsible for its contents.

    97. Western Michigan University - Established 1903
    Research affiliation Center for Research libraries.
    text-only version
    WMU from A to Z
    Centers and Institutes Departments, Schools, Colleges ... Administrative Offices Looking for someone? Try People Search
    Looking for a WMU Expert? Try the Faculty Experts Guide
    Find out what is happening with the Web@WMU
    Search the WMU Web for documents containing Use any word all words as a phrase Internet Search Advanced Search Help
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    98. Mideastern Michigan Library Cooperative - Home
    Sixteen member libraries with fiftytwo locations throughout Genesee, Lapeer, Shiawassee and northern Oakland counties.
    503 S. Saginaw Street, Suite 839
    Flint, MI 48502
    Phone: (810) 232-7119
    Toll Free: (800) 641-6639
    Fax: (810) 232-6639 Roger Mendel, Director
    Irene Lang, Admin. Assistant
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    99. Lakeland Library Cooperative
    Resource sharing organization serving westcentral michigan public libraries, including some in Allegan, Barry, Ottawa, Kent, and Ionia counties. Based in Grand Rapids.
    Choose a Link
    Select a City Allendale Alpine Alto Belding Burnips Byron Center Caledonia Carson City Cascade Cedar Springs Clarksville Comstock Park Coopersville Croton Crystal Cutlerville Dalton Dorr East Grand Rapids Edmore Egelston Fennville Freeport Fremont Fruitport Grand Haven Grand Rapids Grandville Grant Greenville Hastings Hesperia Holland Holton Hopkins Howard City Hudsonville Ionia Jamestown Jenison Kent City Kentwood Lake Odessa Lakeview Lowell Martin Middleville Moline Montague Muskegon (City) Muskegon Heights Newaygo North Muskegon Norton Shores Nunica Plainfield Ravenna Rockford Sand Lake Saugatuck-Douglas Saranac Sparta Spencer Spring Lake Wayland Walker White Cloud Whitehall Wyoming Zeeland Links to Member
    Home Pages
    Lakeland Staff
    New Non-resident Policy

    Lakeland Board

    Online Catalog
    Ottawa County
    Affiliated Counties
    Gratiot County
    Mecosta County

    Oceana County
    Here is where you'll find 41 of West Michigan's finest libraries serving 1,229,681 people We are working together on cooperative ventures such as:
    • Our shared online system for looking up and checking out library materials Our delivery service to move materials among member libraries Our world-wide Interlibrary Loan service Our rotating collections of videocassettes Our consulting services for member libraries Our group discounts from a variety of vendors Plus many, many other services which help keep things running smoothly!

    100. Northland Library Cooperative
    Serving the Northern Lower Penninsula. Includes member libraries, services, librarian's page, regional catalog, and the michigan Electronic Library.
    "Libraries working together to bring quality information services to the citizens of northern Michigan."
    Low-graphics version of this page
    Northland Library Cooperative
    316 E. Chisholm
    Alpena, MI 49707
    Phone: (989) 356-1622
    Fax: (989) 354-3939
    Questions about this site? Email us at

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