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Maine

Author : Christian P. Potholm
ISBN : 9780739170052
Genre : History
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Maine: An Annotated Bibliography is a look at the Maine Experience from its historical, political, social, and literary perspectives. It provides readers an overview of over four hundred books written about Maine, including the perspective which they provide. Topics such as "The Wild, Wild East," "Ethnicity Matters," "Women in Maine," and "Maine in the Civil War" stimulate the imagination and provide the most comprehensive synopsis of writing about Maine available.

The Wabanaki

Author : Eunice Nelson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105039633024
Genre : Abenaki Indians
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Annotated Bibliography

Author : University of Southern Maine. Center for Research and Advanced Study
ISBN : OCLC:8884498
Genre : Social service
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An Annotated Bibliography Of Ocs Documents In Maine

Author : Charles S. Colgan
ISBN : UIUC:30112072547463
Genre : Natural gas in submerged lands
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Maine Politics Government

Author : Kenneth T. Palmer
ISBN : 0803236808
Genre : Political Science
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Remote and thinly populated, Maine has been insulated from many of the demo-graphic and economic trends of states to the south. But Maine Politics and Government shows how rapidly this situation is changing. In the 1970s and 1980s, Maine?once dependent on agriculture, manufacturing, and maritime trades?underwent extensive commercial development. High-tech businesses and fashionable suburbs, concentrated in the southern counties, began to assert a new political force. The authors of this book view these changes in the context of the state's long history. Although Maine's population and economy have become more diversified, its public policies more complex, and its government more professionalized and centralized, there remains a remarkable degree of stability in political attitudes. And Maine still operates under its original 1819 constitution; the amendments added over time have largely maintained its original structure while allowing for changing conditions. This book illumi-nates the workings of Maine's executive, legislative, and judicial branches and its relations with the federal government, as well as local concerns, without losing sight of the Pine Tree State's uniqueness.

Annotated Bibliography

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ISBN : MINN:31951D02459052P
Genre : Forest landowners
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Making Refuge

Author : Catherine Besteman
ISBN : 9780822374725
Genre : Social Science
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How do people whose entire way of life has been destroyed and who witnessed horrible abuses against loved ones construct a new future? How do people who have survived the ravages of war and displacement rebuild their lives in a new country when their world has totally changed? In Making Refuge Catherine Besteman follows the trajectory of Somali Bantus from their homes in Somalia before the onset in 1991 of Somalia’s civil war, to their displacement to Kenyan refugee camps, to their relocation in cities across the United States, to their settlement in the struggling former mill town of Lewiston, Maine. Tracking their experiences as "secondary migrants" who grapple with the struggles of xenophobia, neoliberalism, and grief, Besteman asks what humanitarianism feels like to those who are its objects and what happens when refugees move in next door. As Lewiston's refugees and locals negotiate coresidence and find that assimilation goes both ways, their story demonstrates the efforts of diverse people to find ways to live together and create community. Besteman’s account illuminates the contemporary debates about economic and moral responsibility, security, and community that immigration provokes.

An Annotated Bibliography On Wellhead Protection Programs

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ISBN : UCR:31210024716613
Genre : Wells
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Mla Style Manual And Guide To Scholarly Publishing

Author : Joseph Gibaldi
ISBN : UOM:39015049642161
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Provides information on stylistic aspects of research papers, theses, and dissertations, including sections on writing fundamentals, MLA documentation style, and copyright law

Annotated Bibliography World S Columbian Exposition Chicago 1893

Author : G. L. Dybwad
ISBN : STANFORD:36105029046039
Genre : World's Columbian Exposition
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