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New Books Shelves

Winter 2009

The following list represents titles newly acquired by ALIC from October-December 2008.


  1. 1783: subject or citizen? Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration, 2008. 1 folded sheet, 8 p.
    E 249 A15 2008

  2. 2001 national conference managing electronic records: focusing on operational, legal and technical issues: September 24-26, 2001: Chicago, Illinois. Chicago: Cohasset Associates, 2001. 1 v.
    Z 699 A1 M35 2001a

  3. Answering the call: the U.S. Army Nurse Corps, 1917-1919: a commemorative tribute to military nursing in World War I. Washington, DC: Office of the Surgeon General, Borden Institute, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, 2008. 238 p.
    D 629 U6 A65 2008

  4. Black Americans in Congress, 1870-2007. Washington, DC: U.S. G.P.O., 2008. v, 803 p.
    E 185.96 B526 2008

  5. Digital preservation. London: Facet, 2006. xxiii, 260 p.
    ZA 4080 D5485 2006

  6. Disarmament 2007: critical disarmament issues: panel discussions organized by the NGO Committee on Disarmamant, Peace and Security in cooperation with the Office for Disarmament Affairs on 11, 12, 19 April and 19 October 2007. New York, NY: United Nations, c2008. vii, 92 p.
    JZ 5625 D5625 2008

  7. First Lady Lady Bird Johnson, 1912-2007: memorial tributes in the One Hundred Tenth Congress of the United States. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.: For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., 2008. lxii, 41 p.
    E 848 J64 F57 2008

  8. For a better America: the New Deal on film. Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration, 2008. 1 folded sheet, 8 p.
    E 806 F67 2008

  9. Iraqi Freedom: Department of Defense CD-ROM image collection. Washington, DC: Dept. of Defense, 2003-. CD-ROMs.
    DS 79.72 I73 2003

  10. The journey to sustainability: a conversation with Ray Anderson and Joe Moravec. Washington, DC: GSA Office of Governmentwide Policy, Office of Real Property, 2002. 1 videocassette, 19 min., 27 sec.
    HC 79 E5 J68 2002

  11. National Archives of the United States. Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration, 2007. 1 sheet.
    CD 3023 N38 2007

  12. Nevada Test Site guide. Las Vegas, NV: National Nuclear Security Administration, 2001. 81 p.
    U 264.4 N3 N483 2001

  13. No Simple Victory. Penguin Group USA, 2008.
    D 43 D33 2007

  14. The power of memory in modern Japan. Folkestone, UK: Global Oriental, 2008. x, 381 p.
    BF 378 S65 P69 2008

  15. School house to White House: the education of the presidents. Washington DC: Foundation for the National Archives, 2007. 1 folded sheet, 8 p.
    E 176.1 S36 2007

  16. A secret war story: who is John Birch? United States: Loving Images, c2003. 1 vidoecassette, 51 min.
    D 767.3 S43 2003

  17. Senkan "Yamato" eien nare!: shashinshu = Yamato forever! Tokyo: KK Besuto Serazu, 2005. 167 p.
    VA 655 Y3 S45 2005

  18. "Teikoku" to shokuminchi: "Dai Nippon Teikoku" hokai 60-nen. Tokyo: Gendai Shiryo Shuppan: Hatsubai Azuma Shuppan, 2005. v, 364 p.
    DS 888.5 T45 2005

  19. United Nations seminar on implementing UN Security Council Resolution 1540 in Latin America and the Caribbean, 27-28 November 2006 Lima, Peru. New York: United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs, 2007. xvii, 187 p.
    KZ 5615 C55 U555 2006

  20. Verification in all its aspects including the role of the united nations in the field of verification. New York: United Nations Publication, 2008. v, 48 p.
    KZ 5624 V45 2008

  21. War, occupation, and creativity: Japan and East Asia, 1920-1960. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, c2001. xiii, 405 p., 32 p. of plates.
    NX 582 W37 2001

  22. Zhongguo dang an wen xian yi chan ming lu. [Di 1 ce] Beijing: Zhongguo dang an chu ban she, 2002. 207 p.
    DS 735 Z4523 2002

  23. Abrams, Brett L. Hollywood Bohemians: transgressive sexuality and the selling of the movieland dream. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, c2008. vii, 247 p.
    PN 2286.5 A27 2008

  24. Aoki, Fukiko. 731: Ishii shiro to saikinsen butai no yami o abaku. Tokyo: Shinchosha, Heisei 20, 2008. 534 p.
    D 810 B3 A552 2008

  25. Aoki, Fukiko. 731. Tokyo: Shinchosha, 2005. 391 p.
    D 810 B3 A55 2005

  26. Archivo Nacional de Cuba. Esquema nacional de clasificacion de la informacion documental para catalogos sistematicos de los archivos historicos (periodo colonial). La Habana: Archivo Nacional de Cuba, 2003. 88 p.
    CD 959 A733 2003

  27. Association Bretagne 14-18. Aspects de l’internement et de l’emprisonnement durant la premiere guerre mondiale. Lannion: Association de recherches et d’etudes historiques sur la vie des Bretons dans la Grande Guerre, 2002. 206 p.
    DC 611 B916 A87 2002

  28. Association of Records Managers and Administrators. Conference (47th: 2002: New Orleans, LA). ARMA 2002 New Orleans: celebrate the profession: conference program & handouts: 47th annual conference and expo, September 29-October 2, 2002, Ernest N. Memorial Convention Center. Prairie Village, KS: ARMA, 2002. 448 p.
    HF 5736 A87 2002

  29. Bantin, Philip C. Records management in a digital world. Boulder: EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research, 2002. 14 p.
    CD 974.4 B36 2002

  30. Barr, Geoff. Military discipline: policing the 1st Australian Imperial Force. Weston Creek, A.C.T.: G. Barr, 2008. 272 p.
    UB 825 A8 B37 2008

  31. Bix, Herbert P. Hirohito and the making of modern Japan. New York, NY: Perennial, 2001. 814 p., 16 p. of plates.
    DS 889.8 B59 2001

  32. Borton, Lady. Ho Chi Minh: a journey. Ha Noi: The Gioi, 2007. 164 p.
    DS 560.72 H6 B672 2007

  33. Brand, Amy. Metadata demystified: a guide for publishers. Bethesda, MD: NISO Press; Hanover, PA: Sheridan Press, c2003. 15, 4 p.
    QA 76.9 D3 B75 2003

  34. Cherpak, Evelyn M. Register of the papers of James C. Shaw. Newport, RI: Naval Historical Collection, Naval War College, 2008. 18 p.
    Z 6616 S52 C44 2008

  35. Comite de Jumelage de Reims Arlington. Reims et les americains. Reims: Comite de Jumelage de Reims Arlington, 2006. 108 p.
    DC 34.5 A44 C66 2006

  36. Delacroix, Philippe. CCPWE no23: le camp de prisonniers de guerre allemands de Bolbec: fevrier 1945-aout 1946. Bolbec: Ville de Bolbec, c2005. 72 p.
    D 805.5 B65 D45 2005

  37. Dodaro, Gene L. Securing, stabilizing, and rebuilding Iraq: progress report: some gains made, updated strategy needed: testimony before the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 17 p.
    DS 79.769 D63 2008

  38. Dunnigan, Brian Leigh. A picturesque situation: Mackinac before photography, 1615-1860. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, c2008. xii, 395 p.
    F 572 M16 D965 2008

  39. Farrell, Brenda S. Personnel clearances: questions for the record regarding security clearance reform. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 4 p.
    JK 734 F373 2008

  40. Farrell, Brenda S. Personnel security clearances: preliminary observations on joint reform efforts to improve the governmentwide clearance eligibility process: testimony before the Subcommittee on Intelligence Community Management, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, U.S. House of Representatives. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 37 p.
    JK 734 F372 2008

  41. Freyer, Tony Allan. Antitrust and global capitalism, 1930-2004. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006. xii, 437 p.
    K 3850 F74 2006

  42. Gaustad, Edwin S. The religious history of America. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, c2002. x, 454 p.
    BR 515 G3 2002

  43. Giacomozzi, Carla. The concentration camp in Bolzano: pictures and documents of the Nazi concentration camp in Bolzano (1944-1945) = Le camp de concentration de Bolzano: images et documents du Camp de concentration nazi de Bolzano. Bolzano: City of Bolzano, Dept. of Cultural Affairs, Historical Archives, 2004. 1 v., 1 CD-ROM.
    D 805.5 B65 G53 2004

  44. Greiner, Bernd. Krieg ohne Fronten: die USA in Vietnam. Hamburg: Hamburger Edition, 2007. 595 p.
    DS 558 G73 2007

  45. Greiser, Katrin. Die Todesmarsche von Buchenwald: Raumung, Befreiung und Spuren der Erinnerung. Gottingen: Wallstein, c2008. 544 p.
    D 804.7 D43 G74 2008

  46. Hara, Katsuhiro. Chinkon: Tokubetsu Kogekitai no isho. Tokyo: KK Besuto Serazu, 2007. 294 p.
    D 792 J3 H372 2007

  47. Hara, Katsuhiro. Senkan Yamato no subete: rekishiteki shiryo to originaru shashin ni yori zenbo ga yomigaeru. Tokyo: Indekkusu Komyunikeshonzu, 2005. 270 p., 3 folded leaves of plates.
    VA 655 Y3 H367 2005

  48. Herr, Phillip R. United States Postal Service: information on the irradiation of federal mail in the Washington, D.C., area. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 47 p.
    HE 6371 H47 2008

  49. Huddleston, Robert. Edmundo: from Chiapas, Mexico to Park Avenue. College Station, TX: Virtualbookworm.com Pub., 2007. v, 129 p.
    D 810 S8 L37 2007

  50. Impact Innovations. National Archives and Records Administration master location register (MLR) web application: user manual. Columbia, MD: Impact Innovations, 2002. 123 p.
    CD 3023 I47 2002

  51. Jamieson, Perry D. Khobar Towers: tragedy and response. Washington, DC: Air Force History and Museums Program, 2008. xix, 276 p.
    HV 6433 S33 J36 2008

  52. Keegan, John. Intelligence in war: knowledge of the enemy from Napoleon to al-Qaeda. New York: Knopf, 2003. xx, 387 p., 16 p. of plates.
    UB 250 K44 2003

  53. Keegan, John. The Iraq war. New York: A.A. Knopf, 2004. 254 p.
    DS 79.76 K44 2004

  54. Lakovic, Ivan. Zapadna vojna pomoc Jugoslaviji, 1951-1958. Podgorica: Istorijski institut Crne Gore, 2006. 295 p.
    DR 1303 L35 2006

  55. Larence, Eileen Regen. Information sharing: definition of the results to be achieved in terrorism-related information sharing is needed to guide implementation and assess progress: testimony before the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, U.S. Senate. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 22 p.
    HV 6432 L37 2008

  56. Lengel, Edward G. To conquer hell: the Meuse-Argonne, 1918. New York: H. Holt, 2008. xiv, 491 p., 16 p. of plates.
    D 545 A63 L46 2008

  57. Lepore, Brian J. Military base realignments and closures: Army is developing plans to transfer functions from Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, to Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, but challenges remain. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 23 p.
    UA 26 A2 L47 2008

  58. McAvoy, Leo H. American Indians: sense of place and contested terrain: final report of research. Albany, CA?: Pacific Southwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service, 2001. 63 p.
    E 99 N85 M33 2001

  59. McCurdy, Howard E. Faster, better, cheaper: low-cost innovation in the U.S. space program. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001. xiii, 173 p.
    TL 796.5 U5 M37 2001

  60. McDole, Matthew B. Military resistance in France, 1940-1944. Charlottesville, VA: Corcoran Department of History, University of Virginia, 2005. v, 117 leaves.
    D 802 F8 M33 2005

  61. McNelly, Theodore. The origins of Japan’s democratic constitution. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2000. xiii, 221 p.
    KNX 2101 M36 2000

  62. Meron, Theodor. A life of learning: Charles Homer Haskins lecture. New York, NY: American Council of Learned Societies, 2008. xi,16 p.
    KF 373 M475 A3 2008

  63. Mount, Graeme S. The diplomacy of war: the case of Korea. Montreal; New York: Black Rose Books, c2004. xxxiv, 204 p.
    DS 918 M68 2004

  64. Murakawa, Yoko. Kyokaisenjo no shiminken: Nichi-Bei s enso to Nikkei Amerikajin. Tokyo: Ochanomizu Shobo, 2007. ix, 354, 82 p.
    D 769.8 A6 M865 2007

  65. National Endowment for the Humanities. Rediscovering America: thirty-five years of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Washington, DC (1100 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington 20506): The Endowment: For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., 2000. 91 p.
    AZ 503 N38 2000

  66. Northern Ireland. Public Record Office. First steps in family history: helpful hints and advice on what to expect when visiting the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI). Belfast: Public Record Office, 2007. 1 folded sheet, 6 p.
    CS 442 N67 2007

  67. Northern Ireland. Public Record Office. Introduction to The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI). Belfast: Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 2007. 1 folded sheet, 6 p.
    CD 1117 N6 N67 2007

  68. Ota, Masahide. Essays on Okinawa problems. Okinawa, Japan: Yui Shuppan Co., 2000. 302 p.
    D 767.99 O45 O83 2000

  69. Palmer, Ben. The hunter and the hunted: two years in a rifle company, WWII: Italy, France, Germany, February 5, 1943-October 20, 1945. Holland, NY: B. Palmer, c2002. xvi, 246 p.
    D 756 P36 2002

  70. Pardo, Theresa. Building state government digital partnerships: a capability assessment and planning toolkit. Albany, NY: Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany, SUNY, c2005. 1 v.
    JK 2445 A8 P37 2005

  71. Pickup, Sharon L. Global War on Terrorism: reported obligations for the Department of Defense. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 10 p.
    HV 6432 P533 2008

  72. Pinck, Dan C. Stalking the history of the Office of Strategic Services: an OSS bibliography. Boston, MA: The OSS/Donovan Press, c2000. xxi, 143 p.
    Z 6207 W8 P56 2000

  73. Plenty Coups, Chief of the Crows. Plenty-coups, chief of the Crows. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, c2002. xxviii, 194 p., 10 p. of plates.
    E 99 C92 P552 2002

  74. Powner, David A. Information technology: OMB and agencies need to improve planning, management, and oversight of projects totaling billions of dollars: testimony before the Subcommittee on Federal Financial Management, Government Information, Federal Services, and International Security, Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, U.S. Senate. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 46 p.
    JK 468 A8 P693 2008

  75. Powner, David A. Information technology: significant problems of critical automation program contribute to risks facing 2010 Census: testimony before the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, U.S. Senate. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 21 p.
    HA 201.14 P693 2008

  76. Preston, Diana. Before the fallout: from Marie Curie to Hiroshima. New York: Walker & Co., c2005. xiv, 400 p.
    Q 175.5 P74 2005

  77. Ramsay, Raymond. For whom the bells toll: the unexplained losses of S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald, M.V. Derbyshire, and other vessels of the bulk-cargo silent service. Pittsburgh, PA: Dorrance Pub. Co., c2006. xix, 201 p.
    VM 393 B7 R36 2006

  78. Ramsey, Robert D. Savage wars of peace: case studies of pacification in the Philippines, 1900-1902. Fort Leavenworth, KS: Combat Studies Institute Press, 2007. viii, 167 p.
    DS 679 R36 2007

  79. Roper, Richard S. Brothers of Paul: activities of prisoner of war chaplains in the Philippines during WWII. Odenton, MD: Revere Printing, 2003. 297 p.
    D 810 C36 U6 2003

  80. Schoonover, Thomas David. Hitler’s man in Havana: Heinz Luning and Nazi espionage in Latin America. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, c2008. xxiv, 218 p.
    D 810 S8 L867 2008

  81. Scire, Mathew J. 2010 census: plans for decennial census operations and technology have progressed, but much uncertainty remains: testimony before the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform and the Subcommittee on Information Policy, Census, and National Archives, House of Representatives. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 12 p.
    HA 201.14 S355 2008

  82. Sebastian, Steven J. Management report: opportunities for improvements in FDIC’s internal controls and accounting procedures. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 9 p.
    HG 1662 U5 S43 2008

  83. Sharf, Frederic Alan. The Boxer Rebellion: China, 1900: the artists’ perspective. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2000. 95 p.
    DS 771.5 S35 2000

  84. Shibata, Takehiko. Dorittoru kushu hiroku: nichibei zenchosa = Doolittle’s Tokyo Raid, 18 Apr. 1942. Tokyo: Ariadone kikaku, 2003. 215 p.
    D 767.25 T6 S55 2003

  85. Shultz, Richard H. Global insurgency strategy and the Salafi Jihad movement. USAF Academy, CO: USAF Institute for National Security Studies, 2008. viii, 128 p.
    U 243 S58 2008

  86. Smith, James M. Strategic culture and violent non-state actors: weapons of mass destruction and asymmetrical operations concepts and cases. USAF Academy, CO: USAF Institute for National Security Studies, 2008. viii, 94 p.
    U 21.2 S615 2008

  87. Snider, L. Britt. The Agency and the Hill: CIA’s relationship with Congress, 1946-2004. Washington, DC: Center for the Study of Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency, 2008. xvi, 389 p.
    JK 468 I6 S582 2008

  88. Steinhardt, Bernice. Government performance: lessons learned for the next administration on using performance information to improve results: testimony before the Subcommittee on Federal Financial Management, Government Information, Federal Services, and International Security, Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, U.S. Senate. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 28 p.
    HF 5549.5 P37 S74 2008

  89. Stinnett, Robert B. Day of deceit: the truth about FDR and Pearl Harbor. New York, NY : Touchstone, c2001. xiv, 399 p.
    D 767.92 S838 2001

  90. Symonds, Craig L. Decision at sea: five naval battles that shaped American history. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2005. xvii, 378 p.
    E 182 S995 2005

  91. Takahashi, Hiroko. Fuinsareta Hiroshima, Nagasaki: Bei kakujikken to minkan boei keikaku. Tokyo: Gaifusha, 2008. 285 p.
    U 264.3 T35 2008

  92. Takeuchi, Shuji. Maboroshi no shusen kosaku: pisu firazu 1945 natsu. Tokyo: Bungei Shunju, Heisei 17 2005. 334 p.
    D 816 T35 2005

  93. Uehara, Mitsuharu. "Kaiten" sono seishun gunzo: tokko senkotei no otokotachi. Tokyo: Shounsha, Heisei 12 2000. 410 p.
    D 777 U34 2000

  94. United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Intelligence. Joint inquiry into intelligence community activities before and after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001: report of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and U.S. House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence together with additional views. Washington, DC: U.S. G.P.O.: Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., distributor, 2002. 1 v. (various pagings).
    HV 6432.7 U57 2002

  95. United States. Government Accountability Office. 2010 census: Census Bureau should take action to improve the credibility and accuracy of its cost estimate for the decennial census: report to the Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. ii, 37 p.
    HA 201.14 U54 2008

  96. United States. Government Accountability Office. Border security: summary of covert tests and security assessments for the Senate Committee on Finance, 2003-2007. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 27 p.
    JV 6483 U55 2008

  97. United States. Government Accountability Office. Electronic health records: DOD and VA have increased their sharing of health information, but more work remains: report to congressional requesters. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. ii, 43 p.
    R 858 U55 2008

  98. United States. Government Accountability Office. Information security: federal agency efforts to encrypt sensitive information are under way, but work remains: report to congressional requesters. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. iii, 68 p.
    QA 76.9 A25 U55 2008

  99. United States. Government Accountability Office. Information sharing environment: definition of the results to be achieved in improving terrorism-related information sharing is needed to guide implementation and assess progress: report to congressional requesters. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. iii, 57 p.
    HV 6432 U55 2008a

  100. United States. Government Accountability Office. Information technology: agencies need to establish comprehensive policies to address changes to projects’ cost, schedule, and performance goals: report to congressional requesters. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. iii, 53 p.
    JK 468 A8 U54 2008a

  101. United States. Government Accountability Office. Information technology: Agriculture needs to strengthen management practices for stabilizing and modernizing its farm program delivery systems: report to congressional requesters. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. i, 48 p.
    S 21 Z65 2008

  102. United States. Government Accountability Office. Nuclear weapons: NNSA needs to establish a cost and schedule baseline for manufacturing a critical nuclear weapon component: report to the Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development, Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. ii, 39 p.
    U 264.3 U545 2008

  103. United States. Government Accountability Office. Performance plan for fiscal year...2009 Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2001?-. v.
    HJ 9802 U56

  104. United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Compiled military service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served with the United States Colored Troops: infantry organizations, 56th through 65th. Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration, 2009. p.
    CD 3027 M5 N3 no. 2117

  105. United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Guidelines for using historical records in the National Archives. Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration, 2007. 1 folded sheet, 8 p.
    CD 3023 U55 2007a

  106. United States. Office of Presidential Libraries. Presidential library education programs: an examination of K-12 educational programs at the Presidential libraries. Washington, DC: Office of Presidential Libraries, 2000. 39 p.
    CD 3029.82 U55 2000a

  107. Welch, Jeanie M. Tokyo saiban: Eibun bunken kenkyu gaido = The Tokyo trial: a bibliographic guide to English-language sources. Tokyo: Gendai Shiryo Shuppan: Hatsubai Azuma Shuppan, 2005. xi, 255 p.
    KZ 1181 W4516 2005

  108. White, Gerald A., Jr. The Great Snafu Fleet. United States: Xlibris Corp., c2000. 274 p.
    D 790 W419 2000

  109. Wilde, E. Andrew. The U.S.S. Lansdale (DD-426) in World War II. Needham, MA: E.A. Wilde, 2003. ca. 70 leaves.
    D 774 L37 U22 2003

  110. Wilkinson, Charles F. Blood struggle: the rise of modern Indian nations. New York: Norton, c2005. xvi, 543 p.
    E 98 T77 W546 2005

  111. Wilshusen, Gregory C. Information security: TVA needs to enhance security of critical infrastructure control systems and networks: testimony before the Subcommittee on Emerging Threats, Cybersecurity, and Science and Technology, Committee on Homeland Security, House of Representatives. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 11 p.
    TK 1425 M8 W55 2008

  112. Wong, David N. Early Chinese in Massachusetts & the beginnings of Boston Chinatown. S.l.: David N. Wong, 2004. 63 p.
    F 73.9 C5 W66 2004

  113. Yager, Loren. Intellectual property: leadership and accountability needed to strengthen federal protection and enforcement: testimony before the Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate. Washington, DC: Government Accountability Office, 2008. 8 p.
    K 1401 Y343 2008

  114. Zorich, Diane. Beyond the silos of the LAMs: collaboration among libraries, archives and museums. Dublin, Ohio: OCLC Programs and Research, c2008.
    Z 672 Z67 2008

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