United States Resources: Louisiana general resources. Louisiana Mailing Lists. GenConnect Louisiana Visitor Center. USGenWeb Archives Louisiana. LDS Research Outline for Louisiana. Louisiana family Regiment, lousiana Infantry http://www.rootsweb.com/roots-l/USA/la.html
Extractions: Surname to search for: Louisiana Books We Own genealog.lc-la: Books in the on-line Library of Congress catalog with the subject "Louisianagenealogy." genealog.shiparl : People arriving at New Orleans on 23 April 1849 aboard the Arlington. Around 170 names genealog.avo1830 :1830 Census, Avoyelles Parish genealog.avo1860 :1860 Census, Avoyelles Parish (partial) Louisiana Resources at Rootsweb: Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet - U.S. - Louisiana The Louisiana GenWeb Project ... Louisiana Resources from Genealogy Resources on the Internet Encyclopedia Louisiana Louisiana Mailing Lists GenConnect Louisiana Visitor Center USGenWeb Archives: Louisiana LDS Research Outline for Louisiana ... Louisiana Family History Centers Guide to Census Schedules for Louisiana in and 1880 ( soundex and census ), and
Children's Choice NM Links Parent and family resources. National resources for Parenting a place where fathers (who in general need all the support they can get Call 2650430. 1720 lousiana NE, Albuquerque NM http://www.childrens-choice.org/linksparent.html
Extractions: National Resources for Parenting The Children's Television Workshop For More Information Visit: http://www.ctw.org Common Sense Parenting w/ John Rosemond Connect for Kids: Guidance for Grown Ups. Visit: http://www.connectforkids.org/content1556/content Cyber Mom Dot Com The Dad's Den a place where fathers (who in general need all the support they can get) can get a few things off their chest ( pun intentional! ), and perhaps learn a thing or two. For More Information Visit: http://www2.portage.net/~rborelli/dads.html
Dr Thibault's Medical Resources On The Internet Added Qualifications, general contents of the family Practice Board links for family medicine resources, a virtual "catalogue MD Consult. lousiana State Univ. Colposcopy, Cryotherapy http://www.patientsafety.gov/thibault.html
Extractions: A collection of mainly black and white clipart with emphasis on diabetes, but a number of other medical topics. The Clipart Connection Links to a wide variety of clipart, web page clipart, a few medical. Most are animated for use with a webpage. GraphyxKingdom's Medical Clipart A site with a new but growing collection of color cartoon-type medical clipart, mostly icons at this point. Graphyx by GeoNurse A nice site with nursing borders and backgrounds for web pages as well as nursing and medical clipart.
AfriGeneas ~ List Of Links general GENEALOGY SITES. Ancestry.com. family Search. Everton's Genealogical Helper. LDS Church family History resources Cajuns Genealogy, history and culture of Acadian and lousiana http://www.afrigeneas.com/links
Extractions: Surname Lists: GENDEXWWW Genealogical Index Internet Family Finder Roots Surname List (RSL) US Name Distributions ... top FREE PERSONS OF COLOR Free African Americans of North Carolina and Virginia Free Black Registry of Augusta County and Staunton City, Virginia Creoles of Color in 19th Century New Orleans
Education Resources For Teachers, Administrators, ALCOHOL and YOUR family. Content Specific Learning general resources COMMERCIAL. Welcome to Time4teachers.com resources for Educational Excellence. lousiana department of Education http://home.capecod.net/~tpanitz/resources.html
Extractions: Change your bookmarks! LAMA News LAMA's own Carol Mathias has been nominated for President of the Society of Southwest Archivists. A past president of LAMA, Carol is a current member of LAMA's Executive Board and was chair of our membership committee in 1993. On LAMA's behalf, she served on the 1993-1994 Planning Committee for the Southern Archivists Conference, and was chair of SAC's Finance Committee in 1994, the same year Louisiana archivists elected Carol LAMA President. Faye Phillips , also a past president of LAMA, has been nominated for Vice President of the Society of American Archivists. Faye served as President of the Society of Southwest Archivists in 1997-98 and as the SSA Awards Committee Chair in 1998-99. During her tenure in Georgia, she was President of the Society of Georgia Archivists and served on the Editorial Board and the Nominating Committee. Currently the Associate Dean of Libraries for Special Collections at LSU, Faye previously held positions in the U.S. Senate Archives, NARA, the Troup County (GA) Archives, UNC Chapel Hill, the Atlanta Historical Society, and Georgia State University. Faye has been a member of the SAA since 1976. She served on numerous committees and roundtables and was chair of the Nominating Committee, Distinguished Service Award Committee, and the Congressional Archivists' Roundtable. Faye is the author of
Extractions: As An Art Language proficiency is the most important of all skills to master. No matter how skilled or adept you are in a field, if you can't communicate effectively, your skills are undermined. You may not be taken as seriously, either because of prejudice or because you weren't able to express your ideas, your point may be lost. The power structure within many tribal communities depends on which leader or leaders having greater influence among the people. Traditionally, anyone that was seen by the majority of the people as one that has wisdom, possessed a level of intelligence, and became effective in problem solving was rewarded unanimously with the leadership status. A major criteria of choosing a leader depends on the oratory skills. Public impromptu speeches by leaders are a common scene in many big gatherings. As with tribal leaders, company leaders, up to presidents rely on strong oratory skills to gain and maintain their positions. The basic activities are of course read, write, listen, and speak, but what is important is HOW you do them. If you do them in the most dynamic and active way possible, you will assimilate the new language much more quickly.
Faculty Members, UA General Catalog BS, 1975, Xavier University of lousiana; MS, 1976 Sciences; Professor, Hydrology Water resources; BS, 1975 L (1997), Assistant Professor, family Community Med http://catalog.arizona.edu/2002-03/faculty/alpha/M.html
Extractions: Maccorquodale, Patricia (1978), Dean, Honors College; Professor, Sociology; Professor, Women's Studies; Adjunct Professor, Higher Education; BA, 1972, Carleton College; MS, 1974, PHD, 1978, University of Wisconsin Mack, Julie A (1989), Associate Professor, Theatre Arts; BS, 1982, University of Wisconsin; MFA, 1987, Purdue University Mackinnon, William J (1956-80), Professor Emeritus, Psychology; BA, 1942, MA, 1949, PHD, 1955, University of California at Los Angeles Macleod, H Angus (1979-95), Professor Emeritus, Optical Sciences; Professor Emeritus, Arizona Research Labs; BSC, 1954, Glasgow University Madden, Daniel (1976), Associate Professor, Mathematics; BA, 1970, Lasalle College; MS, 1971, PHD, 1975, Ohio State University Maddison, David R (1992), Associate Professor, Entomology; BSC, 1980, University of Toronto; MSC, 1985, University of Alberta; PHD, 1990, Harvard University Maddison, Wayne P Maddock III, Thomas Madenci, Erdogan Madhusudan, Therani N (2000), Assistant Professor, Management Information Systems; B TECH, 1990, Indian Institute of Technology; MS, 1992, University of Massachusetts; MS, 1994, Carnegie-mellon University; PHD, 1998, Carnegie Mellon University Madison, Peter
Dog Resources 34 Shepherd German Shorthaired Pointer lousiana Catahoula Leopard Dog and the rottweilerin general German Rottweiler large german sheperds bred for the family. http://www.dog-area.com/more-resources/dog-34.html
Extractions: Find Your Family Tree consists of millions of genealogy records that have been submitted to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,by people from around the world. The Church publishes these names on a CD collection called Pedigree Resource File. Progeny has just launched FindYourFamilyTree.com so people can view these records on-line, for free!
LSU Libraries -- Human Ecology Subject Guide to Human resources at LSU family, Child and (See also Human Ecology resourcesat LSU 1996 Louisiana State University Libraries lousiana State University http://www.lib.lsu.edu/sci/humaneco/humaneco.html
Extractions: General Resources Human Nutrition and Food Family, Child, and Consumer Science Textiles, Apparel Design, and Merchandising (See also: Human Ecology Resources at LSU: Governmental Sources) (See also Human Ecology Resources at LSU: Electronic Journals-selected list. On the LSU Libraries Home Page search "Electronic Journals" to see which titles are available through LSU Libraries. In addition to Human Resources at LSU : Family, Child and Consumer Science, see also the
Office Of Career And Leadership Development lousiana back to careers by location. New York City Employment, Career, and Job Resourceswww.allny Wisconsin Department of Health and family Services www.dhfs http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ssw/careers/resources/general_links.html
Louisiana Research Helps, Links, & Lookups Loraine Nelson has the FTM lousiana Marriage Index 17181925 Morrow has a wonderfullibrary of resources and she s I have all 7 vols of World family Tree which http://www.rootsweb.com/~lagenweb/helps.htm
Extractions: in LAGenWeb Archives Bible Records Online Index Bridal Index Project: Illinois thru Mississippi Cajun Clickers Genealogy SIG Civil War American Civil War Historical Re-enactment Society American Civil War Map Exhibits Timeline State Battle Maps Civil War Clipart Gallery Civil War Family Photos ... Civil War Resources on the Net
Cyndi's List - U.S. - Civil War / War For Southern Independence More than 209 300 links! 206 850 links, categorized crossreferenced, in over 160 categories. Another 2 450+ uncategorized new links in the works. A guide to resources in the general Collections of the Library of Civil War - My family North Carolina Regiments 60 members of my Pennsylvania family who served in the Civil http://www.cyndislist.com/cw.htm
LSU Libraries -- German Language The Germanlanguage resources in the lousiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections(LLMVC) at LSU touch No Z resources. Gillespie, James A. family papers. http://www.lib.lsu.edu/special/guides/german.html
Extractions: Chronological Index INTRODUCTION From the "German Coast" villages, also known as the Cote des Allemands (in present day St. John the Baptist and St. Charles Parishes), to the scattered planters throughout the Lower Mississippi River Valley, German immigrants had a presence in Louisiana and the lower Mississippi River valley that began early in the colonial period. The first Germans moved from New Biloxi to inland points of Louisiana. In 1768, they joined with Acadians from the Cabannocé Post area to march on New Orleans and overthrow Spanish colonial governor Antonio de Ulloa. Their close association with the Acadians led to intermarriage, and many Cajuns came to be known as "German Cajuns" as a result. The German-language resources in the Lousiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections (LLMVC) at LSU touch upon a range of topics and dates. The authors of these various papers, letters, notebooks, and other materials were students, planters, merchants, soldiers, and housewives, among other roles. The collections contain descriptions of aspects of the Civil War, plantation life, immigration experiences, business practices, travel accounts, the Nazi regime, and many other subjects. The dates of these materials range from 1776 to 1979 (see Chronological Listing, below).
Looking At The Death Penalty Penalty Ethics Updated and a guide to resources on the time on death row in Florida,lousiana and Utah. Witnessing Executions States with family Laws and Rules http://www.uncp.edu/home/vanderhoof/death.html
Extractions: Will the death penalty follow? The Saga of Anthony Porter Lynching at Gallows Harbor Evil isn't supposed to visit places like Clearfield, Pa. where a group of teens hung a 15-year old learning disabled girl then bashed her face with a rock for fear she would reveal that they planned to run away to Florida.