Guide to Information Resources in Ethnic Museum, Library, and Archival Collections in the United States

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$99.60
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Greenwood
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Pages
384
Dimensions
6.49 X 9.6 X 1.36 inches | 2.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780313298462

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About the Author

LOIS J. BUTTLAR is Associate Professor, School of Library and Information Science, Kent State University. She has published books and articles related to education, ethnic collections, and multicultural librarianship. She co-authored (with Rosemary Du Mont and William Caynon) Multiculturalism in Libraries (Greenwood, 1994) and was associate editor of Ethnic Forum: Journal of Ethnic Studies and Ethnic Bibliography from 1980 to 1995.

LUBOMYR R. WYNAR is Editor of Ethnic Forum: Journal of Ethnic Studies and Ethnic Bibliography and is Director of the Center for the Study of Ethnic Publications and Cultural Institutions at Kent State University. He has authored over 1,300 books, reference guides, articles, and reviews in the areas of history, ethnic studies, bibliography, library science, and other subjects. He is presently Professor Emeritus at Kent State University and Professor of History at the Ukrainische Freie Universitaet in Munich.
Reviews
"Guide to Information Sources is arranged by 68 ethnic groups, including Jewish Americans, Native Americans, and 'Multi-Ethnic, ' a section that lists institutions with collections on many ethnic groups. This book will be useful to researchers in ethnic studies and immigration and to family historians/genealogists."-Booklist/Reference Books Bulletin
"All collections supporting research on American ethnic groups should have Buttlar and Wynar's guide."-RUSQ
"[p]rovide those interested in archival records ample sources to sustain their interest."-Libraries & Culture
"Researchers and general readers alike will find this guide invaluable for locating information on ethnic America."-Choice
"Ýp¨rovide those interested in archival records ample sources to sustain their interest."-Libraries & Culture
?All collections supporting research on American ethnic groups should have Buttlar and Wynar's guide.?-RUSQ
?[p]rovide those interested in archival records ample sources to sustain their interest.?-Libraries & Culture
?Researchers and general readers alike will find this guide invaluable for locating information on ethnic America.?-Choice
?Guide to Information Sources is arranged by 68 ethnic groups, including Jewish Americans, Native Americans, and 'Multi-Ethnic, ' a section that lists institutions with collections on many ethnic groups. This book will be useful to researchers in ethnic studies and immigration and to family historians/genealogists.?-Booklist/Reference Books Bulletin