National braille reserve collection listNational braille reserve collection list
The material includes standard works, classics, and works the contents of which do not date. Titles which contain obsolete information or which are considered to have no lasting value as information or literature are not accepted for the
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Transcript for Chinese-Australian Communities in the Qing Era Speakers: Kathryn Favell (K), Kate BagnallTranscript for Chinese-Australian Communities in the Qing Era Speakers: Kathryn Favell (K), Kate Bagnall
I thank their elders past and present for caring for this land we’re now privileged to call home. Quite a topical time of year to be talking about home and elders and the past and the present and we’re going to explore some of that through a Chinese perspective
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Note: See also the files: chivalry-msg, Chivalry-art, sca-the-Dream-msg, sca-romance-msg, romance-today-msgNote: See also the files: chivalry-msg, Chivalry-art, sca-the-Dream-msg, sca-romance-msg, romance-today-msg
This file is a collection of various messages having a common theme that I have collected from my reading of the various computer networks. Some messages date back to 1989, some may be as recent as yesterday
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Editors: E. J. Furlong and David Berman Philosophy Department, Trinity College, DublinEditors: E. J. Furlong and David Berman Philosophy Department, Trinity College, Dublin
Trinity College, Dublin; one in the Sir John T. Gilbert Collection in the Dublin Public Libraries; one in the library at Cambridge University (shelf mark Hib 738. 9); and one reported “missing” by the library at Brown University
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The atmosphere of absenceThe atmosphere of absence
There is nothing in these images, or the way they are presented, to make us imagine that those same people, or others like them, will not do so again quite soon. It is just that for now these spaces are empty
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Always Faithful The New York Carmelites, the Irish People and Their Freedom Movement By: Alfred Isacsson, O. CarmAlways Faithful The New York Carmelites, the Irish People and Their Freedom Movement By: Alfred Isacsson, O. Carm
Carmelites and the Irish people. The Carmelite Irish province, the three provinces and the one commissary province they have founded, have enjoyed a wonderful relationship with the people they have served and continue to serve
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When Irish Archivists are SmilingWhen Irish Archivists are Smiling
United Kingdom in the twentieth century. As a result, Dublin is the site of several archives that might prove pertinent to the research agendas of individuals that belong to the Society for the Historians of American Foreign Relations
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Women and Englishness: Anglo-Saxon Female Saints in the South English LegendaryWomen and Englishness: Anglo-Saxon Female Saints in the South English Legendary
The ownership and readership of the manuscripts are also briefly considered, in order to understand the impact of such lives on the audienc
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Audio transcript for William Strutt’s Black Thursday Speakers: Nicola MacKay-Sim NAudio transcript for William Strutt’s Black Thursday Speakers: Nicola MacKay-Sim N
Australia. My name is Nicola MacKay-Sim and I’m the Library’s Curator of Pictures. In welcoming you here today I’d like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we meet
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Lecture: Why Read Tragedy Today? Date: 11/03/15 Location: National Library of Australia Speakers: Marie-Louise Ayres, Professor Peter Holbrook Marie-Louise AyresLecture: Why Read Tragedy Today? Date: 11/03/15 Location: National Library of Australia Speakers: Marie-Louise Ayres, Professor Peter Holbrook Marie-Louise Ayres
Welcome to the National Library of Australia this evening. My name’s Marie-Louise Ayres, and I’m assistant director general for resource sharing here at the library. And that’s not about cutting the budget, by the way
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Paradigm academic Advisory BoardParadigm academic Advisory Board
Keeper of Manuscripts and Archives, John Rylands University Library of Manchester
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Chapter 2: When World’s Collide, 1492–1590 Chapter Review american communities the English and the Algonquins at RoanokeChapter 2: When World’s Collide, 1492–1590 Chapter Review american communities the English and the Algonquins at Roanoke
Roanoke serves as a “template” for the settlements that would follow, particularly for understanding the underlying assumptions, behaviors, failures, and successes of the English attempts at colonization and community settlements
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Exploring Confederation Developed ByExploring Confederation Developed By
These lessons will explore issues of Confederation and the how ideas have changed, in the 21st century, regarding the meaning of Confederation
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Anomalous Occurrences in Unusual Circumstances’? Towards a History of Extra-Judicial Activity by High Court JusticesAnomalous Occurrences in Unusual Circumstances’? Towards a History of Extra-Judicial Activity by High Court Justices
Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, it is indeed a great privilege to be invited here this evening to speak in the High Court of Australia Public Lecture series, following in the footsteps, earlier this year, of my colleague and
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4. 0 Understanding the Heritage Values 1 Assessing Heritage Values of King George V memorial4. 0 Understanding the Heritage Values 1 Assessing Heritage Values of King George V memorial
King George V memorial is established as a place with Commonwealth Heritage value, it meets the Commonwealth Heritage criteria for significant heritage values as set out in Table 1 below
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