A Subject Guide to Quality Web Sites

A Subject Guide to Quality Web Sites

The Web is always moving, always changing. As some Web sites come, others go, but the most effective sites have been well established. A Subject Guide to Quality Web Sites provides a list of key web sites in various disciplines that will assist researchers with a solid starting point for their queries. The sites included in this collection are stable and have librarian tested high-quality information: the most important attribute information can have.

Subject Guide to Books

Subject Guide to Books

Contents.--v.1. History, travel & description.

A Collector's Guide to Books on Japan in English

An Annotated List of Over 2500 Titles with Subject Index

A Collector's Guide to Books on Japan in English

Provides an invaluable and very accessible addition to existing biographic sources and references, not least because of the supporting biographies of major writers and the historical and cultural notes provided.

Subject Guide to U.S. Government Reference Sources

Subject Guide to U.S. Government Reference Sources

Revised and updated, this compendium helps readers identify and understand the scope of key government reference sources-traditional books (including publications catalogs and telephone directories); information clearinghouses; and materials in new formats, such as CD-ROMs, datafiles, and Internet sites. The authors focus on free information and depository materials-both readily available through toll-free phone numbers, mail or e-mail requests to agencies, or federal depository library collections. Materials are fully described in annotations that differentiate between similar materials, identify typical citation formats, and note common abbreviations

Genealogy Made Easy

Genealogy Made Easy

A simple, concise guide to genealogical research, this volume offers step-by-step instructions for those who wish to know more about their ancestors. Discusses locating records and enlisting the help of genealogical societies, organizing and storing research, developing charts and other documentation, and much more. Includes addresses for archives and suggestions for further reading.

Florida's Fossils

Guide to Location, Identification, and Enjoyment

Florida's Fossils

For 50 million years Florida was home to hordes of strange and wonderful animals. Their remains accumulated in rivers, springs, and oceans. Today fossilized bones and teeth wash up along streams, banks, and beaches and lie in limerock quarries. This guide teaches how and where to hunt fossils--with maps, means of identification, and the history of these fossil treasures. Complete, accurate, and fully illustrated, including an outstanding identification section.