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"Finding Data on the Internet" was the first site I posted to the Internet, back in 1995. Today, I'm using this page to list not just those links to great reporting data, but all of the other links from my book How to Make Money Publishing Community News Online . Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5
The right websites can make a writer's job a lot easier. Here are 25 useful sites for research papers and news stories. 1. Research Papers Ref Desk - This award-winning reference site offers a virtual encyclopedia, periodicals, an online newspaper, search engines, calculators, converters, world clocks and much more. Encyclopedia.com - Free online encyclopedia includes a dictionary and millions of newspaper and magazine articles.
Fairy tales, fables, myths and folk tales from around the world. Myths And Folk-Tales Of The Russians, Western Slavs, And Magyars | by Jeremiah Curtin A Few tens of years ago it was all-important to understand and explain the brotherhood and blood-bond of Aryan nations, and their relation to the Semitic race; to discover and set forth the meaning of that which in mental work, historic strivings, and spiritual ideals ties the historic nations to one another. At the present time this work is done, if not completely, at least measurably well, and a new work awaits us, to demonstrate that there is a higher and a mightier bond, - the relationship of created things with one another, and their inseverable connection with That which some men reverence as God, but which other men call the Unknowable, the Unseen.
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The indexes for Record Groups (RGs) and Collections in ARC provide ARC search links into the catalog. Index to Record Groups in ARC in numeric order by RG number Index to Collections in ARC in alphabetical order by Collection ID Quick Search Tip for Indexes Click on the link for the Record Group or Collection. An ARC Archival Description window will pop up with the full details for the RG or Collection.
Home Sweet Home Mission papers, 1899-2009 Location: McLean County Museum of History (Bloomington, Ill.) Background: Candy maker Billy Shelper, 1872-1952, founded the Home Sweet Home City Rescue Mission in 1917 after attending a Billy Sunday revival meeting at the Circuit Court Room in the McLean County Courthouse. The first mission building opened at 233 E. Front St in Bloomington, Ill., coincidentally the site of his birth. Contents: Materials relating to Billy Shelper, such as correspondence, devotional poems, his public presentations, newspaper clippings, and pre-ministry life.
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(Revised August 10, 2009) Note: Instructions for subscribing to A&A may be found at the end of this document. Background and Mission The Archives and Archivists (A&A) List was established in 1989 by Donna Harlan and John Harlan as an open forum for all topics relating to archival theory and practice. Over the years, A&A has had various homes. In late 1993, the list was migrated to Miami University.
The American Heritage Virtual Archive Project a collaboration between the University of California, Berkeley, Stanford University, Duke University, and the University of Virginia is funded in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities . The Project is creating a shared database of EAD-encoded finding aids describing and providing access to collections documenting American history and culture. The primary goal of this project will be the development of a demonstration system, which will also provide a test bed to evaluate both the effectiveness of the prototype's "virtual archive" in providing access to distributed digital library resources, and the feasibility of the decentralized production methods of the project.