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Digital History and the Public: Envisioning the Mississippi Valley of the Nineteenth Century
(Edinburgh University Press and Association for History and Computing, 2007-10)
Article describes resources available online via Mark Twain's Mississippi Project web site (http://dig.lib.niu.edu/twain) and argues that they represent an important means by which non-specialist users may imagine and ...
Solomon Huebner and the Development of Life Insurance Sales Professionalism, 1905-1927
(Oxford University Press, 2005-12)
In 1927 the National Association of Life Underwriters collaborated with Professor Solomon Huebner of the University of Pennsylvania to found the American College of Life Underwriters, an institution devoted to establishing ...
Donor Relations 2.0: Using Web 2.0 to Connect with Donors
(Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, August 14, 2009., 2009)
"Webs of Significance": The Abraham Lincoln Historical Digitization Project, New Technology, and the Democratization of History
(The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organization, 2007)
Lincoln/Net (http://lincoln.lib.niu.edu), a product of the Abraham Lincoln Historical Digitization Project at Northern Illinois University Libraries, represents a new type of historically oriented digital library resource. ...
Minutes, January 11, 2008
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EconLit: Light on the Dismal Science
(Taylor & Francis, 2000)
The article examines the weaknesses and strengths of the economics database, EconLit. Comparison is made with other social science databases with especial emphasis on the alphanumeric classification and indexing system ...
Guy de Maupassant
(Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001)