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         Illinois Libraries:     more books (100)
  1. The Illinois Confederacy of Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Oklahoma (The Library of Native Americans) by Jennifer Lee, 2005-08
  2. Collections of the Illinois State Historical Library, Volume 7 by Illinois Governor, 2010-02-03
  3. Illinois (World Almanac Library of the States) by Kathleen Feeley, 2002-01
  4. Trial handbook for Illinois lawyers, criminal (Illinois practice library) by Robert S Hunter, 1989
  5. Collection Management for the 1990s: Proceedings of the Midwest Collection Management and Development Institute University of Illinois at Chicago (ALCTS Library Technical Services and Collections #3)
  6. The Spirit of Inquiry: The Graduate Library School at Chicago, 1921-51 (ACRL Publications in Librarianship) by John V., Jr. Richardson, 1982-12
  7. The Carnegie Library in Illinois by Raymond Bial, Linda LaPuma Bial, 1991-05-01
  8. Bulletin of the Illinois State Historical Library (Volume 1) by Illinois State Historical Library, 2010-10-14
  9. Collections of the Illinois State Historical Library
  10. A List of the Genealogical Works in the Illinois State Historical Library, Springfield, Illinois, Issue 18 by Georgia Lou Osborne, 2010-02-16
  11. Guide to Illinois Library Resources
  12. ITALIAN PLAYS1500-1700, in the University of Illinois Library
  13. Illinois Libraries, Volume 2 by Katharine Lucinda Sharp, 2010-02-04
  14. The Lincoln Way.: Report of the Board of Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library of the Investigation Made by Mr. C. M. Thompson in an Attempt to Locate the "Lincoln Way." by Author Unknown, 2009-04-27

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3. Welcome To The Illinois Library Association
The Illinois Library Association is the voice for Illinois libraries and the millions who depend on them. It provides leadership for the development, promotion, and improvement of
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5. Illinois Public Libraries
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This page contains a list of public libraries in Illinois. If you do not see a link to your local branch library, please check out the library system site. City Name : A B C D E ... W X Y Z City Library Library System Address Phone Abingdon John Mosser Public Library District John Mosser Public Library District 106 West Meek Street Addison Addison Public Library Addison Public Library 2 Friendship Plaza Albany Albany Public Library District Albany Public Library District 201 South Main Albion Albion Public Library Albion Public Library 6 North 4th Street Aledo Aledo Mercer Carnegie Public Library District Aledo Mercer Carnegie Public Library District 200 N. College Av. Alexis Alexis Branch Library Warren County Public Library District 102 West Broadway Algonquin Algonquin Area Public Library District Algonquin Area Public Library District 2600 Harnish Drive Algonquin Eastgate Branch Algonquin Area Public Library District 115 Eastgate Alsip Alsip-Merrionette Park Public Library Alsip-Merrionette Park Public Library District 11960 South Pulaski Altamont Altamont Public Library Altamont Public Library 121 W. Washington

6. Help Save Illinois Libraries — Belleville Public Library
In the latest Illinois state budget, the General Assembly cut general revenue funding for all state library and literacy grants by 50%!
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Document Actions In the latest Illinois state budget, the General Assembly cut general revenue funding for all state library and literacy grants by 50%! Here is a link to make it easy to contact your legislatures to restore funding to Illinois libraries. The text block is already filled in but you can customize it if you wish. The text blocks are already filled in, but you can customize them if you wish.

7. Get It All Down
Illinois library cataloger Amy writes as fast as she can.
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every question that I ask, I get a lie, lie, lie
  • When was the last time that you felt your world got turned upside down? the past month has not been kind. I wouldn't have necessarily pulled the phrase "my world has been turned upside down" out of the air, but things do feel pretty messed up overall.
    Should the United States do more to help its own citizens before helping people in other countries? "the United States" as an active body is one of those theoretical constructs that bogs me down in a spiral of meaninglessness. U.S. foreign aid is pretty extensive; it could be more productive. U.S. domestic programs are extraordinary, but could be far less bureaucratic while retaining (and improving) their methods. Individual states (and their component administrative units) have traditionally held primary responsibility for "helping their own citizens" and should continue to do so to the extent that they are able, including the fair distribution of federal funds. And we as individuals should be capable of training ourselves and each other to do more with less, in myriad ways.
  • 8. Library Web Services - Provides Web Design, Maintenance, And Hosting Services
    Library Web Services is a division of Ridge Avenue Design that provides web design, maintenance, and hosting services that are unique to the needs of public libraries.
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    Library Web Services, a division of Ridge Avenue Design, provides web design, maintenance, and hosting services that are unique to the needs of public libraries. With the ever increasing outlets for information and news, it is important for libraries to be able to provide their patrons with a portal to access a variety of relevant and reliable information. More Ridge Avenue Design

    9. Save Illinois Libraries! — Shawnee Library System
    Readers of Shawnee Library System publications are aware of the 16.5% cut to our budget, which meant a reduction of $236,193 in funding. The cut would have been as much as 50%
    http://www.shawls.lib.il.us/news/join-the-campaign-to-save-illinois-libraries/?s

    10. The Illinois State Library: 1818-1870
    Article from Illinois Libraries details the history of the State Library in the 19th Century.
    http://www.lib.niu.edu/1999/il990133.html
    Home Search Browse About IPO ... Links The Illinois State Library: 1818-1870 Mark W. Sorensen Part 1: What's Past is Prologue In 1800, the U.S. Congress established a library in the Capitol in Washington to serve the references needs of federal legislators. In 1839, the "People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly," met in Vandalia and created a "law and miscellaneous library, for the use of the Legislature and Supreme Court of this State." During the time between these two acts, the Library of Congress was destroyed and rebuilt and Illinois was settled, became a state, had four different state houses and began a wide range of internal improvement projects. Even after Illinois obtained statehood in 1818, the official creation of the Illinois State Library had to await 20 years of attempts to identify and fill the new state government's reference needs. Less that three months after declaring statehood, on March 2, 1819, while the state capital was still Kaskaskia, the General Assembly authorized the governor to exchange laws with the other states, which was the common practice at the time. During the following year, Vandalia became Illinois' second capital. Secretary of State Elias Kent Kane had the few books and records in his office loaded on a small ox-cart and moved through 100 miles of wilderness to the new capital. There, on Saturday, Feb. 3, 1821, Representative William Otwell from Edwardsville introduced a bill to the 2nd General Assembly "authorizing the purchase for the use of the state... [of] a library to consist of such books and maps as shall be designed by a committee of General Assembly." The bill was tabled a few days later and never acted upon.

    11. Flickr: The Illinois Libraries Pool
    Illinois Libraries. Group Pool Discussion 70 Members Map Join This Group. Slideshow. From WoodstockPublicLib From WoodstockPublicLib From WoodstockPublicLib
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    Full-service animal hospital seeing dogs, cats, and exotic pets in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. Provides a pet library, and contact information.
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    13. Illinois Libraries
    A frequently updated directory of library websites. Libcat A Guide to Library Resources on the Internet
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    14. Snapshot: A Day In The Life Of Illinois Libraries | Facebook
    Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them. People use Facebook to keep up with friends, upload an unlimited
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    15. Il000109.html - Celebrating A Century Of Service To Children
    Illinois Libraries article examines the history of the Children s Services Department at the Champaign Public Library from 1899-1999.
    http://www.lib.niu.edu/2000/il000109.html
    Home Search Browse About IPO ... Links Celebrating a Century of Service to Children:
    A History of Children's Services at the Champaign Public Library, 1899 -1999 Elizabeth Fathauer and Mike Rogalla
    At a time when only a handful of America's public libraries offered such services, and nearly eight years before Chicago would do the same, the Champaign Public Library opened a children's department in September 1899. Champaign was a pioneer in responding to the needs of children, and, a century later, is still committed to getting kids "reading and ready for tomorrow"the theme for the Library's 1999 celebration of 100 years of service to children. A Place Just for Children Children's services are such a vital force in public libraries today that it is difficult to imagine a time when young people were not welcome within library doors. Early public libraries in the United States were intended for adults and children were admitted reluctantly, if at all. But with society's changing view of childhood, the expansion of libraries, and the increased availability of books and periodicals for young people in the mid-nineteenth century, the time was ripe for the development of a service designed uniquely for children. In 1895, the Champaign Public Library offered nearly 700 titles for children. By that time, the library profession was beginning to consider service to children one of its most important missions and a valid area of specialization. What was still missing in Champaign and most other communities was a special place for librarians to reach children. Without a children's room, the Champaign Public Library shelved juvenile books among the adult fiction titles, and children searched for books among the adultssome of whom regarded their youthful presence as an annoyance.

    16. Illinois Group Services [OCLC]
    Illinois Group Services, Group Catalog Illinois libraries now have unlimited access to OCLC services . DUBLIN, Ohio, USA, 9 September 2004 — Illinois libraries now have unlimited
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    17. ILLINOIS LIBRARY SYSTEMS
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    18. In Protest, Illinois Libraries Turn Off Internet Or Filter Heavily
    Library Journal, 05/16/2007. Library Internet service in several Illinois libraries went dark May 14, in protest against the passage in the Illinois House of Representatives of a
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    19. Illinois Municipal Review -- The Magazine Of The Municipalities
    Monthly publication on municipal government published by the Illinois Municipal League since 1952. Presented by Illinois Periodicals Online (IPO), a digital imaging project at the Northern Illinois University Libraries funded by the Illinois State Library.
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    Link to 1997 - Current Issue Title: Illinois municipal review. Published: Springfield, Ill., Illinois Municipal League, Frequency: Monthly. Publ. History: v.31(1952) c.1 Format: v. ill., 28 cm. Subject: Municipal governmentIllinois. Other Name: Illinois Municipal League. Notes: KMZ has Volume 64, number 6-8 (June-August, 1985). Notes: Includes supplements. Official publication of the Illinois Municipal League. ISSN: OCLC ID No.
    Illinois Periodicals Online (IPO) is a digital imaging project at theNorthern Illinois University Libraries funded by the Illinois State Library
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    20. Illinois Libraries
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    Home Search Browse About IPO ... Links Illinois Libraries Link to 2001 - Current Issue Title: Illinois Libraries Published: Springfield, Ill. : Illinois State Library Frequency: Quaterly Publ. History: v.1-v.83, no.2 (Jan 1919-Spring 2001) paper format; v.83, no.3 (Summer 2001) electronic format Subject: Illinois Library systems and functions ISSN: OCLC ID No.:
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