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21. ARLS-Internet Resources-Reference
with Nobel prize connection. pulitzer prizes Find out its namesake, current and past winners, and contact to statehood, area codes, biographies, bird, border
Awards in Arts and Entertainment
Contains information on Nobel and Pulitzer Prizes, as well as awards in movies, music, broadcasting, performing arts, book/magazine/newspaper, and science.
Guinness World Records

Online companion to the popular book. Search for world records by keyword or category. (Did you know that the Guinness World Records is the same Guinness of the Guinness Brewery which was founded in 1759. The Guinness World Records was first published in 1955.)
Nobel e-Museum

"Nobel e-Museum offers information on all 758 Prize Winners to date, the Nobel Organization, Alfred Nobel, and Nobel events, as well as educational material and games. Nobel e-Museum consists of more than 9,000 static documents, several databases and a number of multimedia productions with Nobel Prize connection."
Pulitzer Prizes

Find out the history of this award, the life of its namesake, current and past winners, and contact information for the current board.
Academy of Achievement
"In the Gallery of Achievers... focus on individuals who have shaped the twentieth century by their accomplishments." Profiles, biographies, and interviews with over 70 people.

22. BUBL LINK / 5:15 Internet Resources: Biographies
Includes details of the pulitzer prize competition and past awards, along with full text exhibits and biographies of winners.
BUBL LINK / 5:15 Catalogue of Internet Resources Home Search Subject Menus A-Z ... About
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  • 4000 Years of Women in Science
  • A B Jackson
  • About Leo Tolstoy
  • Jazz ...
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    4000 Years of Women in Science
    Biographies of over 125 of the most notable women in science and technology over the past 4000 years. Biographies are listed by discipline. Photographs are available for some of the entries.
    Author: Deborah Crocker and Sethanne Howard, University of Alabama
    Last checked:
    A B Jackson
    Biographical information and a selection of poetry including Feathers, The Chemical Wedding, and Parting on Henry Street, composed by Andrew Jackson. Images said to have inspired various poems published in his 2003 book Fire Stations are shown.
    Author: A B Jackson
    Last checked:
    About Leo Tolstoy
    Provides HTML versions of selected writings by Leo Tolstoy (1928-1910), including Anna Karenina, The Kreutzer Sonata, and Polikushka. Also offers a biography of Tolstoy, discussing the authors' moral philosophy.
    Author: Thais Lindstrom and Leo Tolstoy
    DeweyClass: Location: cocos islands, asia
  • 23. Glenelg Media Center
    has biographies and links about Nobel winners. Links to biographies, historical documents, audio and library, primarily of pulitzer prize winning poetry, but
    Media Center
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    Summer Reading List from Howard County Public Library and HCPSS

    Public Access Catalog
    A listing of the books in the Media Center
    SIRS Knowledge Source

    SKS provides relevant, credible information on social issues, science, health, history, government, business, the arts and humanities. Includes full-text articles, graphics and Web sites.
    Student Resource Center
    and Opposing Viewpoints
    For home access contact Media Center for logon information. Howard County Library
    Includes link to SMARTTHINKING! for homework help. NoodleTools
    Use to create bibliographic citations. For home access contact Media Center for logon information. World Book For home access contact Media Center for logon information. eChoices A wonderful career building tool. Get the Access ID and the password in the Glenelg Media Center of the Glenelg Guidance Office.

    24. CWU Library - Virtual Reference Desk
    pulitzer prizesThe pulitzer prize has been awarded since 1917. This site includes; current winners, archive, h istory, resources. biographies.
    Virtual Reference


    Yahoo-Acronyms and Abbreviations Search Yahoo's list of sites.
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    Information Please Almanac Search the Almanac for worldwide facts on individuals, countries, and important events. Also, includes t he Columbia Encyclopedia and the Random House College Dictionary.
    Back to Virtual Reference
    Antique Malls On-Line To browse and shop for antiques and collectibles from your home, try the on-line antique malls.
    Antique Alley (www.bmark,com/aa/)
    Antique Networking (
    Collectors SuperMall (
    TIAS (
    Auctions for collectibles and antiques
    On-line auctions are fun and exciting ways to bid on your favorite collectibles.
    Auction Universe (
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    Services and Prices for Collectors
    Find out specific values of your collectibles from some of the experts.
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    25. Women's History
    the Nobel Peace prize. biographies, portraits and essays about American woman poet pulitzer prize winner. Gwendolyn Brooks (1917 Nobel prize winners. Women who have won the Nobel

    1920s and 1930s - Women's History

    Women's history during the 1920s and 1930s, between the two World Wars. The Twenties began with the ratification of woman suffrage in the United States and proceeded through the Jazz Age; the Thirties saw more change in women's roles. Student Activists of the 1930s
    A series of autobiographies of young women who identified as student activists, socialists, reformers and radicals describe their backgrounds, their activist activities, and what brought them to radicalism. Nineteenth Century
    Women in the nineteenth century: research the everyday lives of women in the 1800s, from domesticity to slave narratives to fashion. Abigail Smith Adams - First Lady 1797-1801 - wife of John Adams the second President of the United States
    Abigail Adams, First Lady 1797-1801, wife of John Adams, second President of the United States. Louisa Catherine Adams - biographical and other resources
    Louisa Adams, First Lady 1825-1829, wife of John Quincy Adams, sixth President of the United States. First Lady - Barbara Pierce Bush - biographical and other resources
    Barbara Bush, First Lady 1989-1993, wife of George Bush, forty-first President of the United States.

    26. Links On Women's History, By Category
    Carefully selected and categorized web links on a variety of women's history topics. Frequently updated. of the Nobel Peace prize. biographies, portraits and essays about essays and other analysis of specific poems. Her writings about winner of a pulitzer prize in 1950, poet laureate
    By topic:
  • 1920s and 1930s - Women's History
    • Women's history during the 1920s and 1930s, between the two World Wars. The Twenties began with the ratification of woman suffrage in the United States and proceeded through the Jazz Age; the Thirties saw more change in women's roles.
  • Student Activists of the 1930s
    • A series of autobiographies of young women who identified as student activists, socialists, reformers and radicals describe their backgrounds, their activist activities, and what brought them to radicalism.
  • Nineteenth Century
    • Women in the nineteenth century: research the everyday lives of women in the 1800s, from domesticity to slave narratives to fashion.
  • Abigail Smith Adams - First Lady 1797-1801 - wife of John Adams the second President of the United States
    • Abigail Adams, First Lady 1797-1801, wife of John Adams, second President of the United States.
  • Louisa Catherine Adams - biographical and other resources
    • Louisa Adams, First Lady 1825-1829, wife of John Quincy Adams, sixth President of the United States.
  • First Lady - Barbara Pierce Bush - biographical and other resources
    • Barbara Bush, First Lady 1989-1993, wife of George Bush, forty-first President of the United States.
  • 27. NewsWatch, May/June 1999
    The biographies, appropriate for students in grades 5 and the stories behind their pulitzerprize-winning photos The program highlights specific techniques for
    May/June 1999
    by Kathie Felix, News Editor News of the latest products and technology for K-12 may be sent directly to Kathie Felix at P. O. Box 2444, Merrifield, VA 22116 or to
    NEWS The Schools Interoperability Framework (SIF)

    Microsoft and 18 other leaders in the education software industry are working together on a groundbreaking initiative to develop the Schools Interoperability Framework (SIF). A technical blueprint, the SIF will ensure that school software applications such as library, cafeteria, transportation, and student information management programs share data and work together effectively. The SIF specification is based on open-standard Extensible Markup Language (XML) and is not linked to a particular operating system or platform. SIF; or
    Title 1 Funding Stats

    WINNER'S CIRCLE Educast Lesson Plan Contest Winners

    The grand-prize winner of the Educast Teacher Lesson Plan Contest is Dennis Erickson, a computer literacy and astronomy teacher of grades 6 to 12 at The Latin School in Chicago. Erickson’s winning lesson plan entry, Hunting for Asteroids, brought him a new Compaq personal computer. The three first-prize winners—Jason Hayes of Metropolis Junior High School in Illinois, John McDonald of Monroe Elementary School in Maine, and Matthew Prusiecki of Warren Central High School in Indiana—received their choice of five software titles from Knowledge Adventure or Sierra. Knowledge Adventure; 800/545-7677 or

    28. A Beautiful Mind - Encyclopedia Article About A Beautiful Mind. Free Access, No
    The very first pulitzer prizes were awarded on June 4 was one of the best researched scholarly biographies I d speech is fictitious; Nobel prize winners do not Beautiful Mind
    Dictionaries: General Computing Medical Legal Encyclopedia
    A Beautiful Mind
    Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition A Beautiful Mind is a book A book is a collection of one or more written works, often on parchment before the mid 15th century, usually on paper thereafter, bound within protective covers to facilitate the organization and storage of the contents, and nowadays also as e-book. Specialists who organise books as part of their work often call them Monographs , in order to distinguish them from other objects such as the ledgers used in accounting, which are often called books, or a Cover girl's or model's book, which is an album of photographs.
    Click the link for more information. and film For other uses see film (disambiguation) Film , also called movies the cinema moving pictures motion pictures photoplays picture shows and flicks is a field that cocorico encompasses motion pictures as an art form, or as part of the entertainment industry. Because film historically has been the primary medium for displaying moving images, academics often refer to this field as the study of film.
    Click the link for more information.

    29. The Mary Baker Eddy Library For The Betterment Of Humanity - Frequently Asked Qu
    Science Monitor newsroom and its pulitzer prizewinning journalism. 20 advisors who have specific expertise as See biographies of Library Advisors for more
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    Exhibits Historic Homes Library Basics ... Web Site
    All Questions What are the main exhibits of the Library? What is featured in the Hall of Ideas? How has the Mapparium been changed since it was last open to visitors? Can I view some of Mary Baker Eddy's original notes and artifacts in any of the exhibits? ... The text on the Library's Web site is difficult to read - how can I make it larger? All Answers What are the main exhibits of the Library? There are four main exhibit areas of The Mary Baker Eddy Library. The Mapparium is an historic three-story, stained-glass globe that provides a walk-through opportunity for visitors to consider how ideas have shaped the world. The Hall of Ideas is a dramatic and engaging presentation that celebrates great ideas that have inspired individuals and changed the world. The Monitor Gallery offers an interactive view into The Christian Science Monitor newsroom and its Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism. The

    30. Nanuet Union Free School District WALDO Databases
    Contains pulitzerprize winning photos from the Associated Press. Biography provides in-depth biographies pf key degree levels and specific concentrations, and
    Nanuet Union Free School District
    101 Church Street
    Nanuet, New York 10954 WALDO - Westchester Academic Library Directors Organization
    Online Databases
    (Unique district URL to be posted) Books in Print Countrywatch
    (Unique district URL to be posted) Countrywatch premium servicesoffer access to the follwing six databases:
    • CountryWatch Data CountryWatch Business Services CountryWatch @ School CounryWatch Standard Service Country Reviews Country Wire
    Current Biography (Wilson) (requires username and password)
    All of the profiles and obituaries that have appeared in Current Biography Yearbook since 1940 are available electronically. With more than 15,580 biographies and 9,260 obituaries, covering 15,000 individuals prominent from 1940 through today, Current Biography provides in-depth biographies pf key individuals. Each entry contains 3,000 work profiles as well as up-to-date bibliographic information and is fully searchable. ERIC (requires username and password)
    Sponsored by the US Department of Education, is the premier national bibliographic database of education literature. ERIC consists of two files: resources in Education which covers the document literature, consisting of research reports, curriculum and teaching guides, conference papers, and books; and Current Index to Journals in Education, which covers published journal literature from over 775 periodicals. Also included is the full text of ERIC Digest Records.

    31. The Scout Report
    prize Board announced the 2001 pulitzer prizes for achievements A list of the winners and their citations, the until this summer), short biographies, and lists
    The Scout Report
    Volume 7, Number 13
    April 20, 2001
    A Publication of the Internet Scout Project Computer Science Department, University of Wisconsin The Scout Report is a weekly publication offering a selection of new and newly discovered Internet resources of interest to researchers and educators. However, everyone is welcome to subscribe to one of the mailing lists (plain text or HTML). Subscription instructions are included at the end of each report. The Scout Report on the web: Visit the Internet Scout Weblog at: Send comments and contributions to:
    In This Issue:
    Subject Specific Reports
    Research and Education

    32. St John's University - St. John's University
    index, family guide, yearbooks, biographies, MerriamWebster s The official site of the pulitzer organization. Nobel prizes - Lists of all Nobel prize winners.

    33. Reference Databases
    Locate information on Nobel prize winners and the prizes Eighty searchable years of pulitzer prize history. Trove of Scientific Biography biographies of famous
    St. Mary's University Blume Library
    Reference Databases
    Databases Listed Alphabetically
    About the Databases

    Databases Organized by Subject

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    NetLibrary (Help)

    These databases will help you find journal, magazine, and newspaper articles, books, book chapters, statistics, and more. If you are not sure of your topic, start with Academic Search Premier
    Xrefer includes encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri and books of quotations, and also a range of subject-specific titles covering everything from art to accountancy and literature to law. To find out about the titles in xrefer, look at the list of titles by topic
    Virtual Reference Shelf
    From the Library of Congress, a collection of fact-based references
    Acronym Finder
    All that JAS: Journal Abbreviation Resources
    Search for the correct title of a journal when you have the abbreviation or vice versa.
    WorldWideWeb Acronym and Abbreviation Server
    Search for acronyms to find their meaning or for words in the meaning itself.
    Fact Monster: Information Please Kids Almanac
    Searchable and organized by categories such as people, sports, fun facts, science, life, world, u.s., and homework center.

    34. Book Lovers' Mailing Lists: A Selection Of Literary Email Lists
    to books having specific genealogical information historical novels, biographies, autobiographies, and Discussions about pulitzer prize Winning books, mostly
    Email Lists For Booklovers I'm kind of a mailing list junkie. On the off-chance that anyone else shares my little vice, here are something over 400 mailing lists for readers and collectors. If you know of any lists that I've missed, please let me know. Please keep in mind that there are strict netiquette rules for email lists, just as there are in the newsgroups. Make sure that you read the instructions for subscribing and unsubscribing from these lists before signing up! The mailing lists related to specific authors have become so numerous that I've given them a separate Author lists page.
    [Specialty] [Discussion] [Genre] ... [Author]
    Commercial Lists These lists allow the buying and selling of books.
    • BooksCanada - A forum for the discussion, buying, and selling of antiquarian, out of print, and secondhand books in Canada. Postings of books wanted, books for sale, discussions on book collecting, authors, titles, book care and repair, bibliographic information, book fair announcements, etc. are examples of welcome topics. (Besides, it's my list, so that means it has to be good, right?)
    • Bibliophile - Most of the traffic on this list is postings of books for sale, or books wanted with a bit of information on book care, collecting, and miscellaneous events thrown in. This is - to the best of my knowledge - the longest running of all of the commercial lists. The volume is very, very high, so be sure you can handle a couple of hundred messages per day! There is a subscription fee, but there is a three week free trial period.

    35. NCADI: Celebrate Black History Month In February
    Concise biographies, in alphabetical order, trace the study concentrates on specific development processes cover Beloved the pulitzer prizewinning novel by
    Skip Navigation Site Map Help Account ... Home Your browser does not support scripts
    New Publications
    Top 50 Pubs in Series Posters ... NCADI Home
    NSAWI E-mail this Page Print this Page Join NCADI Update Contact Us ... Home
    Black History Month
    Black History Month Books of Interest
    Black history is for everyone to gain knowledge and these books are also for the young children and adults to gain knowledge of Black history-as well as better prepare us for the future. Education Title: Success Strategies for African Americans: A Guide to Personal and Professional Achievement
    Author: Beatryce Nivens
    From the cover: "In this rich sourcebook of motivational strategies for attaining personal and professional goals, more than 50 prominent African Americans from actress Ruby Dee to media executive Robert Johnson share their secrets for success." Title: The 100 Best Colleges for African American Students
    Author: Erlene Wilson
    From the cover: "Based on a nationwide survey and interviews with current students and recent graduates, this completely revised and updated edition goes far beyond description of academic and career programs to give you a comprehensive and objective picture of the benefits, the challenges, and pitfalls for African-American students at each of the leading colleges profiled here. You'll discover: admissions requirements; candid assessments of campus social environments; percentages of African-Americans student and faculty; scholarship and financial aid programs; race relations on and off campus; cultural and career opportunities; special programs, support services, and student organizations; prominent African-American fraternities and sororities; plus updated information on campus security, access to computers, and online services, availability of child-care services, and nontraditional and weekend programs."

    36. PTypes - "Ernest Becker" Links
    mtsu.edu11072/EvilGenius/biographies/becker.html. MIND AND BEHAVIOR My specific theoretical orientation critic, noted for his pulitzer prizewinning book The
    PTypes - Personality Types Search PTypes A correspondence of psychiatric, Myers-Briggs, and Enneagram typologies Noteworthy Examples ...
    Google Search: "Ernest Becker"
    "Ernest Becker" links
    The Ernest Becker Foundation
    Ernest Becker grasped the insight that a primary motive of mental life is the denial of death. The mechanism for this denial is the construction of a fictional, tragic-heroic self which is the center of our lies, delusions and immortality projects. - Ernest Becker Foundation Newsletter: April 2000.
    Discussion (listserv) - Daniel Liechty, List Serve Editor. Kagan notes on Ernest Becker's Birth and Death of Meaning
    For a fairly current and extended interpretation and evaluation of Becker's work, see my Educating Heroes: The Implications of Ernest Becker's Depth Psychology of Heroism for Philosophy of Education
    Growing Up Rugged : Fritz Perls and Gestalt Therapy - Ernest Becker
    The following talk which both summarizes Gestalt therapy and sets forth Becker's own existential perspectives was given at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, on November 13, 1970...

    37. Becoming A Chef - Andrew Dornenburg And Karen Page
    pulitzer prizewinning architecture critic. including tuition, number of students, specific programs offered show schedules and host biographies, cooking tips

    Culinary Artistry
    Dining Out Chef's Night Out Becoming a Chef ... The New American Chef
    We're glad to have you visit our Web site, and hope you'll visit again soon (and often!). But we're also happy to let you know about lots of other great resources available to food lovers on the Internet from chef and restaurant Web sites to those of leading culinary organizations and media. Just for starters: EXPERTS WE'VE INTERVIEWED We've had the pleasure and privilege of interviewing a virtual "Who's Who" of American chefs, restaurateurs, restaurant critics, sommeliers, and other leading authorities from the world of food and wine for our books Becoming A Chef, Culinary Artistry, Dining Out, Chef's Night Out, and The New American Chef.

    38. Blood And Irony: Southern White Women's Narratives Of The Civil War, 1861-1937,
    audiences in her 1936 pulitzer prizewinning novel, Gone Novels, diaries, biographies, histories, and reminiscences all To the winners went the assurance of
    376 pp., 61/8 x 91/4, 18 illus., notes, bibl., index $39.95 cloth
    ISBN 0-8078-2818-1
    Published: Fall 2003
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    Blood and Irony

    Southern White Women's Narratives of the Civil War, 1861-1937
    by Sarah E. Gardner

    Everywoman Her Own Historian Flags in the Dust The speaker was Virginia Du Pre, the eighty-year-old woman who fondly remembers General Jeb Stuart in William Faulkner's 1927 novel, Flags in the Dust Although evocative, Aunt Jenny's tale remains eclipsed by a more familiar tale of the Civil War. Nine years after Aunt Jenny told her story in Flags in the Dust, Margaret Mitchell, following in the long line of southern white women who penned narratives of the Civil War, introduced Scarlett O'Hara to American audiences in her 1936 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, Gone with the Wind Scholars have examined men's war narratives but have yet to explore systematically the mass of writings by southern women. To be sure, writers have prodded a bit, poking around in isolated areas. Historians and literary critics alike have mined Mary Boykin Miller Chesnut's Diary from Dixie , extracting a wealth of information about one woman's life in South Carolina society. Margaret Mitchell's novel

    39. Technology%20&%20Industrial%20Arts
    written in reference to address specific issues or ByRichard Rhodes, This pulitzer prizewinning volume is not The author gives the reader biographies of the & Industrial Arts.html
    Don't like your Search Results? Try again: apparel baby books books classical dvd electronics garden kitchen magazines music pc-hardware photo software sporting target theatrical toys universal vhs videogames wireless-phones October Sky: A Memoir By Homer Hickam Homer Hickam's Rocket Boys was one of those books that I couldn't put down, and I thought about for a long time after I finished it. There is humor mixed in with the story of one boy's determination to succeed in achieving his goals. I would recommend this book to people who are looking for an inspiring story. It is about growing up in a rural mining town in West Virginia struggling to accomplish goals in space when the main concern of the town is what is below the ground, not what is above it. Read more $7.99 US



    ... Water Distribution Modeling By Haestad Methods The intended audience appears to be students, consultants and municipalities. It is a handy text useful as a review of hydraulic principles and is presented like a text book on hydraulic modeling. It seems particularly well suited for individuals just learning how to model water distribution systems.Many books written on the subject of computer modeling are written in reference to address specific issues or are prepared by or for the acedamia community and presented in a complex manner. This Read more $95.00 US

    40. Pennsylvania Center For The Book Literary Map Of PA
    Pennsylvania Literary Map biographies should be laid in The Hugo Award winners Volumes One Award • Prix Medicis Etranger • pulitzer prize • Pura Belpré

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