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  1. The Lenape of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, And Ontario (The Library of Native Americans) by Anne Dalton, 2005-08
  2. Exploring Civil War Wisconsin: A Survival Guide for Researchers by Brett Barker, 2003-04
  3. Wisconsin (The Bilingual Library of the United States of America) by Dean Galiano, 2006-06-30
  4. The Ojibwe of Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota (The Library of Native Americans) by Janet Palazzo-Craig, 2005-08
  5. Catalogue of the Wisconsin state library
  6. The Oneida of Wisconsin (The Library of Native Americans) by Gillian Houghton, 2003-07
  7. Bibliography of Wisconsin authors; being a list of books and other publications written by Wisconsin authors, in the library of the State historical society of Wisconsin
  8. Catalogue of the Library of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Volume 2 by Daniel Steele Durrie, Isabel Durrie, 2010-03-09
  9. Specifications for the Construction of the Superstructure for the Northwest Wing of the State Historical Library Building at Madison, Wisconsin by State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 2010-01-12
  10. Children's Books for First Purchase: Recommended by the Wisconsin Free Library Commission
  11. List of Books for School Libraries in the State of Wisconsin by Wisconsin. Dept. of Public Instruction., 2010-03-28
  12. List of Books for Township Libraries in the State of Wisconsin, 1920-22 by Wisconsin. Supervisor of Libraries, 2010-01-08
  13. Catalogue of the Library of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Volume 5 by Daniel Steele Durrie, Isabel Durrie, 2010-03-21
  14. Documentary History of Dunmore's War, 1774: Compiled from the Draper Manuscripts in the Library of the Wisconsin Historical Society and Published at the ... of the American Revolution, Pages 72-2009 by Anonymous, 2010-02-28

1. Campaign For Wisconsin Libraries - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Campaign for Wisconsin Libraries (CFWL) is the state level public relations (PR) and advertising campaign that seeks to promote a wider understanding of the value and
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search The Campaign for Wisconsin Libraries (CFWL) is the state level public relations (PR) and advertising campaign that seeks to promote a wider understanding of the value and importance of Wisconsin libraries . This ongoing, multi-media publicity campaign was initiated in 2006 by the Wisconsin Library Association Foundation (WLAF). The Campaign for Wisconsin Libraries provides a collective voice on behalf of Wisconsin libraries of all types ( academic public school , and special) to address the challenge of funding cuts, service and staffing cuts, aging collections, and deteriorating physical infrastructure taking place in the library community. This centralized state level multi-media publicity campaign benefits all libraries, but especially those with limited promotional resources. The Campaign builds on national-level efforts, such as those initiated by the American Library Association to promote libraries, efforts that are in keeping with the purpose of Wisconsin library advocacy The WLA Foundation’s initial financial commitment to the Campaign included hiring a public relations professional to develop campaign themes and produce print and radio public service announcements. Current financial support from the WLA Foundation to the Campaign goes to:

2. Wisconsin Libraries
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Collaboration between the Wisconsin Regional Primate Center, the Washington Regional Primate Research Center, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries covering scientific literature on nonhuman primates.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries

Gives access to the library catalog, e-books, and database collections. Also gives information on hours, staff, collections, and services.
Health Sciences Libraries, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Includes library news and workshops. Access to a database of bioscience journals, medical libraries and medical associations. Arrowhead Library System Details on this library system in Rock County Wisconsin including lists of hours, services, and branches. Also has details on electronic resources and local Web links.

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4. Wisconsin Library Association
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5. Friend Of Wisconsin Libraries - Home Page
Membership information, schedule of events and conferences.
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Welcome to the home of the Friends of Wisconsin Libraries! The Friends of Wisconsin Libraries was founded in 1963 and is a group of Wisconsin citizens who believe it is essential that the public recognize the importance of libraries and library systems as irreplaceable, dynamic, and educational forces for the benefit of all. We work with library agencies, trustees, and staff members; we are a permanent source of information; we help local groups improve the quality, scope, and special services of their community library. The Friends Annual Meeting will be hold on Sat. April 29 @ 8:30 AM at the
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6. University Of Wisconsin - Madison Libraries
Central portal for all campus libraries. Includes directory, map, catalog, details of services and policies, and employment information.
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7. The WLA Blog: Congrats To Four Wisconsin Libraries Named LJ's Star Libraries
A belated congratulations to four Wisconsin Libraries named by Library Journal as a Star Library Madison Public, 3 stars, in the $10 million to $29.999 million category
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Congrats to Four Wisconsin Libraries Named LJ's Star Libraries
A belated congratulations to four Wisconsin Libraries named by Library Journal as a "Star Library:" Madison Public, 3 stars, in the $10 million to $29.999 million category; Middleton Public Library, 3 stars, in the $1 million to $4.999 million category; Kilbourn Public Library, Wisconsin Dells, 3 stars, $400,000 to $.999 million category; and the Lettie W. Jensen Public Library, Amherst, 4 stars, $10,000 to $49,999 category. Each of these libraries are members of the South Central Library System. Posted by Lisa Strand at 1:04 PM Labels: Library Journal Star Libraries Wisconsin libraries Reactions:
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8. South Central Library System
Serving libraries in Adams, Columbia, Dane, Green, Portage, Sauk and Wood Counties, in cooperation with the greater Wisconsin Library Community.
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9. Wisconsin Library Web Sites
This site lists over 200 Wisconsin library Web sites, with links to library online catalogs, and Web sites of Wisconsin library organizations.
http://dpi.wi.gov/pld/wis_lib.html
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March 2010 Below are nearly 400 public libraries and public library systems (LS) in the state with Websites. Just the library's community name is given, although some libraries have specific names different from their community. This page is maintained by the Public Library Development Team of the Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning A - E Abbotsford
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F - Mc Fall Creek Fish Creek Florence Fond du Lac ... Hatley Hayward LCOOCC Weiss Holmen Horicon ... Kohler La Crosse Campbell La Crosse La Farge La Pointe ... McFarland Me - R Medford Menasha Menomonee Falls Menomonie ... Neillsville Nekoosa Lester PL of Rome Neshkoro New Berlin New Glarus ... Rothschild S - W Salem Sauk City Saukville Sayner ... Wisconsin Library Directory If you have comments or additions for this list, please let me know. Bob Bocher,

10. WISCONSIN LIBRARIES RANK 9TH; MIDDLETON RATED AMONG BEST.(LOCAL/STATE) - The Cap
WISCONSIN LIBRARIES RANK 9TH; MIDDLETON RATED AMONG BEST.(LOCAL/STATE) find The Capital Times articles. div id= bedoc-text MILWAUKEE (AP) Wisconsin's library system
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11. Wisconsin Library Directory
Summary The Wisconsin Library Directory contains basic directory information on the state's academic and public libraries and library systems.
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The Wisconsin Library Directory contains basic directory information on the state's academic and public libraries and library systems. This page is maintained by the Public Library Development Team of the Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning. Please contact us if you have any additions, corrections or questions. Academic Libraries (maintained by WAAL Public Libraries Public Library Websites Public Library Systems ... Library-related Websites in Wisconsin
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12. FRIENDS OF NORTHERN WISCONSIN LIBRARIES
The Fourth Quarter meeting of Wisconsin Library Trustees and Advocates (WLTA) was held at the Portage Public Library on Saturday, November 10th.
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Friday, November 16, 2007
WLTA QUARTERLY MEETING
The Fourth Quarter meeting of Wisconsin Library Trustees and Advocates (WLTA) was held at the Portage Public Library on Saturday, November 10th. Thirteen board members and two guests were in attendance. The following are highlights from that meeting:
  • A letter from the out-going Chairperson was read. She outlined what we have accomplished during the past year, as well as the role she intends to fill in the future. Activities at the past week's COLAND meeting were reported Discussion was held regarding the 2008 VISION Summit being planned by COLAND and the DPI. This meeting will discuss the "Library of the Future" and attempt to provide direction for Wisconsin libraries during the next 10 to 20 years. The last time a meeting of this type was held was in 1996. That session focused extensively on new technology for libraries. BADGERLINK was one of the outcomes of that session. A report from our Advocacy Advisor was discussed. She indicates that since the budget has now been passed with many favorable features for libraries, we need to focus our activities on local issues. Many local budgets are still in limbo as a result of the procrastination of the State Legislature. Advocacy issue reports are provided to us by the Director of the Rhinelander District Library. The trial "marriage" between ALTA (American Library Trustees Association) and FOLUSA (Friends of Libraries USA) was discussed. Also, information on a Friends of Libraries manual was shared.

13. Campaign For Wisconsin Libraries
One of the greatest gifts my brother and I received from my mother was her love of literature and language. With their boundless energy, libraries open the door to these worlds
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"One of the greatest gifts my brother and I received from my mother was her love of literature and language. With their boundless energy, libraries open the door to these worlds and so many others. I urge young and old alike to embrace all that libraries have to offer."
~ Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg (1957- )
Wisconsin Libraries Say Cheese!
Agreeing with the adage that "a picture is worth a thousand words," the Campaign for Wisconsin Libraries has created a visual way to remind people of the variety and wealth of resources, services, programs, and activities their library offers - benefits that continue to bring more and more people through the library's front door each day. Join the fun at http://www.wisconsinlibraries.org/saycheese/
Wisconsin Public Libraries Return $4.06 for Every Dollar of Taxpayer Investment
Wisconsin public libraries contribute more than $4 for every dollar taxpayers invest, according to an economic impact research report produced by

14. ALA | American Libraries - South Carolina And Wisconsin Libraries Get Increased
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  • NEW! Interview: Mohammad Abbas talks about his role as head of the new Library Department of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, the nations parliament in Baghdad. Exclusive interview with U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. Interview with Judith Krug, 1995. . An April 24 conversation with American Libraries Editor in Chief Leonard Kniffel on OCLC's foray into web-scale management. The chairs of many of ALA's book and media award committees discuss their selections. Includes a complete review of RUSA's Outstanding Reference Sources. Stimulate Your Library : How libraries can benefit from the 2009 stimulus bill. Login is no longer required to view the current issue or archives online. First-time viewers need to install the ebrary reader . (Firefox 3 users: Note this workaround needed.)

15. Council Of Wisconsin Libraries - What Does COWL Stand For? Acronyms And Abbrevia
Acronym Definition; COWL Council of Wisconsin Libraries
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16. Wisconsin Libraries Say Cheese
Share YOUR library’s story by participating in Wisconsin Libraries Say Cheese! A Day in Pictures Picture this! Statistics for Wisconsin libraries show that during a recent year
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Picture this! Statistics for Wisconsin libraries show that during a recent yearÖ
  • The number of classes visiting their school library media center in a typical week ranged between 85 and 100. Public library circulation for Wisconsinís 388 public libraries and their 79 branches was 65 million items in 2009. Wisconsin ranks 8th in per capita circulation nationally but only 24th in per capita library collection expenditures. Six out of 10 state residents are registered library users. The average number of user visits per week to Wisconsin public libraries is 688,000. Season attendance at Packer home games is about 570,000. Job seekers can count on public libraries: All provide access to jobs databases and nearly 90% offer technology training. More than 70% help users complete online job applications. During a typical Fall week, the 64 Wisconsin academic libraries handled a total of 21,437 reference transactions (including computer searches); during that same typical week, the gate count for Wisconsinís academic libraries reached 448,809 visitors.
Agreeing with the adage that ďa picture is worth a thousand words,Ē the Campaign for Wisconsin Libraries (a program of the Wisconsin Library Association Foundation) last year created a

17. Wisconsin - Libraries And Museums
In 2000, the state library system had a total of 18 million volumes and circulation of 46 million. The Milwaukee Public Library, founded in 1878, maintained 12 branches and had
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In 2000, the state library system had a total of 18 million volumes and circulation of 46 million. The Milwaukee Public Library, founded in 1878, maintained 12 branches and had 2,504,461 bound volumes as of 1998; the Madison Public Library had seven branches and over 815,686 volumes. The largest academic library is that of the University of Wisconsin at Madison, with six million bound volumes. The best-known special library is that of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin at Madison, with 3.6 million books and over 60,000 cu ft (1,700 cu m) of government publications and documents. Total public library income in 2000 was $156,649,000, including $5.3 million in state grants. Wisconsin had 208 museums and historical sites in 2000. The State Historical Society maintains a historical museum in Madison and other historical sites and museums around the state. The Milwaukee Public Museum contains collections on history, natural history, and art. The Milwaukee Art Center, founded in 1888, a major museum of the visual arts, emphasizes European works of the 17th to 19th centuries. The Madison Art Center, founded in 1901, has European, Japanese, Mexican, and American paintings and sculpture, as well as 17th-century Flemish tapestries. The Charles Allis Art Library in Milwaukee, founded in 1947, houses collections of Chinese porcelains, French antiques, and 19th-century American landscape paintings. Other leading art museums include the Elvehjem Museum of Art in Madison and the Theodore Lyman Wright Art Center at Beloit College.

18. About The Campaign For Wisconsin Libraries
The Campaign for Wisconsin Libraries could be one of the most important things the library community has ever done. We live in a knowledgebased economy, where life-long learning
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"The Campaign for Wisconsin Libraries could be one of the most important things the library community has ever done. We live in a knowledge-based economy, where life-long learning is mandatory. Public, academic, special, and school libraries are essential institutions and should not be compromised. Yet these valuable institutions are in danger. We are seeing funding cuts, service and staffing cuts, aging collections, and deteriorating physical infrastructure as a growing challenge that must be addressed. A campaign for library advocacy throughout the state of Wisconsin is sorely needed. Please join our effort to give libraries this much needed voice." Rick Krumwiede
Wisconsin Library Association Foundation President
About the Campaign
If you listen, you can hear... Librarians shouting. Is this an oxymoron or a cry for help? Librarians have been quietly doing an amazing job of connecting the people of Wisconsin with a world of information. But at a time when the knowledge economy makes libraries more important than ever, funding has not kept pace with demand for services in all types of libraries. No wonder librarians are speaking out. It's time our libraries got the attention and funding they deserve. It's time for the Campaign for Wisconsin Libraries!

19. The Campaign For Wisconsin Libraries Celebrates The "Day In Pictures". - Free On
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v. t. To think; to suppose; to imagine; - used chiefly in the first person sing. present tense, I wis. See the Note under Ywis. . Confident that " a picture is worth a thousand words A picture is worth a thousand words is a proverb that refers to the idea that complex stories can be told with just a single still image, or that an image may be more influential than a substantial amount of text. ," the Campaign for Wisconsin Libraries, a multi-media publicity campaign sponsored by the Wisconsin Library Association and the WLA WLA Women's Land Army
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20. Wisconsin Public Libraries
Wisconsin Public Libraries. This page contains a list of public libraries in Wisconsin. If you do not see a link to your local branch library, please check out the library
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Wisconsin Public Libraries
This page contains a list of public libraries in Wisconsin. If you do not see a link to your local branch library, please check out the library system site. Library Systems/Services of Wisconsin * To go to your local library in Wisconsin, you can start from the associated library systems/services. Arrowhead Library System : Member libraries include Beloit Public Library
Clinton Public Library 
Eager Free Public Library 
Edgerton Public Library
Hedberg Public Library 

Milton Public Library 
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Eastern Shores Library System
: Member libraries include Cedar Grove Public Library
Cedarburg Public Library
Elkhart Lake Public Library
F.L. Weyenberg Library of Mequon-Thiensville

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