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NEW THIS WEEK, October 27, 2005

Arts and Humanities
The Coptic Museum
Official site of this museum located in Cairo that contains art and
artifacts that trace the history of Christianity in Egypt. The site features
a gallery of items, such as icons, manuscripts, textiles, ostraca, and
frescos. In English, Arabic, and French. Note: the virtual tour of the
museum may not load properly.
URL: http://www.copticmuseum.gov.eg/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19451

Fruit Crate Labels
Collection of more than 60 labels for agricultural crates, depicting apples,
apple orchards, and apple grower logos. From the National Apple Museum,
Biglerville, Pennsylvania.
URL: http://www.nationalapplemuseum.com/label01.html
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19452

Retratos: 2,000 Years of Latin American Portraits
Online companion to a traveling exhibition "comprising more than 100
portraits from over 15 countries. The exhibition begins in the Precolumbian
era, continues through the viceregal and independence periods, and into the
modern era. It ends with contemporary portraiture." The website features
short essays on each time period and selected images from the exhibition
(with descriptions), a map of Latin America, teacher resources, and
information about the exhibition. In English and Spanish.
URL: http://www.retratos.org
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19457

China: Enter the Dragon
This presentation provides coverage of the 2003 China Business Forum, "in
which participants from a range of companies offered their observations on
doing business with the Chinese." Includes topics such as China's capital
markets, intellectual property concerns, state-owned enterprises, and
foreign direct investment (FDI) in China. Part of Knowledge@Wharton, from
the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
URL: http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/070203_ss.html
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19438

Country Briefings: China
Background information and articles about business and economics in China.
Provides economic data, an economic outlook, information about the political
and economic structure of the country, and news about business in China,
U.S.-China economic relations, and other topics. Note: Some articles (marked
as premium content) only available to subscribers. From the website for The
Economist magazine.
URL: http://www.economist.com/countries/China/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19436

U.S. Commercial Service: China
Resources for U.S. companies who plan to do business in China. Features a
basic visitor's guide to China, tips for doing business in the country,
business service providers, trade leads, a trade show calendar, employment
opportunities, and other business resources. From the U.S. Commercial
Service, a federal government agency that "helps U.S. companies find new
international business partners in worldwide markets."
URL: http://www.buyusa.gov/china/en/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19434

Army Recruiting and Retention
News from the U.S. Army about recruiting and retention of soldiers. The
recruiting fiscal year runs from October through September. Includes recent
information and links to older news and related sites.
URL: http://www.army.mil/recruitingandretention/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19425

Banking Chiefs Welcome Bernanke
October 2005 article about how "global banking chiefs have continued to
welcome the nomination of Ben Bernanke to succeed Alan Greenspan as US
Federal Reserve chairman." Includes a brief profile of this Princeton
economist and links to related stories on the U.S. economy. From the British
Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
URL: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/4374786.stm
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19471

Documents From the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention,
"The Continental Congress Broadside Collection (253 titles) and the
Constitutional Convention Broadside Collection (21 titles) contain 274
documents relating to the work of Congress and the drafting and ratification
of the Constitution. Items include extracts of the journals of Congress,
resolutions, proclamations, committee reports, treaties, and early printed
versions of the United States Constitution and the Declaration of
Independence." Includes a related essay and timelines. From the American
Memory Project of the Library of Congress.
URL: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/continental/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19464

Federal Reserve Board: About the Fed
Background information about the Federal Reserve System, which "serves as
the nation's central bank. ... The System consists of a seven member Board
of Governors with headquarters in Washington, D.C., and twelve Reserve Banks
located in major cities throughout the United States." Covers the Federal
Reserve Act of 1913 (which established the system), the structure of the
system, purposes and function, the board of governors, the banks and bank
presidents, and more. From the Federal Reserve Board.
URL: http://www.federalreserve.gov/general.htm
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19432

Louisiana Parish Government
"Forty-six of ... [Louisiana's] 64 parishes operate under the general law
providing for the traditional police jury form of government. The other 18
operate under home rule charters including four city-parish consolidations,
Orleans, East Baton Rouge, Terrebonne and Lafayette." This site provides an
overview of police jury system form of government, a parish directory, links
to legislative updates, and news. From the Police Jury Association of
URL: http://www.lpgov.org
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19455

ACE Exercise Library
This site lets you "create your own workout depending on the amount of time
you have and the equipment available to you." Choose from exercises from the
categories for agility and balance, arms, back, chest, core, legs, and
shoulders. Exercises are both described and shown in photographs. Some of
the exercises require equipment such as a stability ball or stretch band.
From the American Council on Exercise (ACE).

URL: http://www.acefitness.org/getfit/freeexercise.aspx
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19447

The Beat Goes On: A History of Cardiology
Companion to an exhibit from 1990 about the human heart that "traces the
interwoven history of medical knowledge and technological advance from
Galen's early description of the circulatory system to modern breakthroughs
in prevention, diagnosis and treatment." Includes images and information
about bloodletting, blood pressure, stethoscopes, surgery, pacemakers, EKG
machines, pharmaceuticals, and more. Also includes a bibliography. From the
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Medical Museum.
URL: http://www.uihealthcare.com/depts/medmuseum/galleryexhibits/beatgoeson...
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19431

In Depth: Bird Flu
News stories and background information about avian influenza (bird flu),
including the H5N1 strain that is causing concern in 2005. Discusses
impacted countries, pandemic flu in the past (such as "the Spanish flu virus
that swept the world in 1918-19"), actions to fight the virus, and related
information. Provides photos, charts, and video and audio clips. From the
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
URL: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_depth/world/2005/bird_flu/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19458

Questions and Answers About Cognitive Therapy
Fact sheet about cognitive therapy, which "in contrast to other forms of
psychotherapy ... is usually more focused on the present, more time-limited,
and more problem-solving oriented." Discusses a typical therapy session, how
long therapy lasts, where to find a cognitive therapist, and related topics.
From the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research.
URL: http://www.beckinstitute.org/InfoID/220/RedirectPath/Add1/FolderID/237...
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19428

Home & Housing
Apples & More
Collection of articles and links to resources on growing and eating apples.
Topics include apple varieties, history, selection and uses, apple cider,
apple events, and nutrition. Provides instructions for preserving apples,
and recipes for applesauce, spiced apple cider, apple butter, and other
dishes. In English and Spanish. From the University of Illinois Extension,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
URL: http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/apples/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19450

Heirloom Apples
This article provides information about selecting and planting your own
heirloom apple trees. Also includes images of some heritage apples (such as
pink pearl and cinnamon spice), a list of the author's five favorite
varieties, a bibliography, and links to apple tree sources. From Washington
State University (WSU) Extension Clark County.
URL: http://clark.wsu.edu/volunteer/mg/gm_tips/HeirloomApples.html
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19363

Pumpkin Carving 101
Lots of information on this Halloween tradition, including history,
selecting pumpkins to use as jack-o'-lanterns, tools, traditional carving
and carving with stencils, lighting methods, extending the life of the
pumpkin, photographing, burial, and caring for a pumpkin patch. From
Halloween Online.
URL: http://www.pumpkincarving101.com/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19418

A Vegan Halloween Party
This site features several recipes for vegan Halloween-themed dishes,
including drinks, appetizers, and snacks. Among the treats are Black Widow
Pie, Witch's Eyeballs, and Graveyard Ghoulash. From Vegetarians in Paradise,
a Los Angeles vegetarian society.
URL: http://www.vegparadise.com/cookingwith.html
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/12529

The NewsHour's 30th Anniversary
Special feature from the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) Online NewsHour
celebrating its 30th anniversary (October 2005). Features a timeline for the
show (which began as the Robert MacNeil Report in 1975), reflections from
MacNeil and Jim Lehrer, and stories that revisit people and communities
reported in the program (such as immigration, the steel industry, Silicon
Valley and the dot-com boom, and NAFTA).
URL: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/aboutus/30/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19469

Resources for Journalists [Central America Floods 2005]
"NAHJ has compiled a list of websites, maps, articles, and contacts to aid
journalists covering the disastrous flooding and mudslides that have
recently affected Guatemala and Central America as a result of Hurricane
Stan." Includes information about damage and relief efforts. From The
National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ).
URL: http://www.nahj.org/nahjnews/articles/2005/october/guatemalaresources....
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19417

Civil Rights Icon Rosa Parks Dies
Radio program about Rosa Parks (1913-2005), known as the "'mother of the
civil rights movement' ... [for turning] the course of American history by
refusing in 1955 to give up her seat on a bus for a white man." Includes
audio of past interviews with Parks, images, and links to related stories.
From National Public Radio (NPR).
URL: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4973548
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19461

John Chapman: A Gentle Hero
Brief information about John Chapman, popularly known as Johnny Appleseed,
who was born in 1774 in Leominster, Massachusetts, and started "his westward
journey about 1797." He was not just a scatterer of seeds: "he was a
practical nurseryman. ... Johnny started many nurseries throughout the
Midwest by planting seeds which he bought from cider mills in Pennsylvania."
From the Johnny Appleseed Trail Association.
URL: http://www.appleseed.org/johnny.html
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19365

Lawrence of Arabia: The Life, The Legend
Companion to a 2005 exhibit at the Imperial War Museum (London) about
British military leader T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia). Features brief
essays (accompanied by photos) about his childhood and youth, war years
(1914-1918), peace and diplomacy, his book "Seven Pillars of Wisdom," his
time in the Royal Air Force (RAF), retirement and later years, and his
legacy and reputation after his death.
URL: http://www.iwm.org.uk/upload/package/54/Lawrence/Exhibition/index.htm
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19427

Rosa Parks Library and Museum
The website for this library and museum contains information about Rosa
Parks (1913-2005), the black woman whose refusal to give her seat on a
public bus to a white man inspired the 1955 civil rights movement event
known as the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Includes biographical information,
photos, and links to more information about Parks and Montgomery, Alabama,
history. From Troy University, Montgomery, Alabama.
URL: http://montgomery.troy.edu/museum/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19459

Rosa Parks: How I Fought for Civil Rights
In this lesson designed for grades seven and eight, "Rosa Parks, 'The Mother
of the Modern-day Civil Rights Movement,' describes her pivotal role in the
Montgomery Bus Boycott [of 1955-56] and helps students understand the
importance of every individual citizen in a democracy." Includes the
transcript of an interview with Parks, a brief biography of Parks, and an
essay about being arrested, the boycott, and the leadership of Martin Luther
King Jr. From Scholastic Inc.
URL: http://teacher.scholastic.com/rosa/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19462

Ready Reference & Quick Facts
Dark Side of the Net
Directory of websites about spooky, occult, and Goth matters. Includes
thousands of links in such categories as Halloween (including haunted
houses), literature, art, computer applications (fonts, screensavers,
wallpapers), entertainment, discussion groups and chat rooms, horror,
movies, music, and vampires.
URL: http://www.darklinks.com/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/12342

Official USPS Abbreviations
List of official abbreviations from the United States Postal Service (USPS)
to use when addressing mail. Includes abbreviations for states, military
areas (such as "AE" for Armed Forces Middle East), street suffixes, and
secondary unit designations (such as for apartment, penthouse, and room).
URL: http://www.usps.com/ncsc/lookups/usps_abbreviations.html#states
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19448

U.S. Census Bureau Facts for Features: Halloween: Oct. 31
Contains facts and statistics regarding trick-or-treaters, pumpkins and
jack-o'-lanterns, candy, and costumes. Includes relevant place names in the
United States, such as Transylvania County, North Carolina, and Tombstone,
URL: http://www.census.gov/Press-Release/www/releases/archives/facts_for_fe...
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/8925

When Does Daylight Time Begin and End?
As of 2005 daylight time begins "on the first Sunday in April and ends on
the last Sunday in October. ... These dates were recently modified with the
passage of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. ... Starting in March 2007,
daylight time ... will begin on the second Sunday in March and end on the
first Sunday in November." Includes a brief history of daylight saving time
in the U.S. From the U.S. Naval Observatory, Astronomical Applications
URL: http://aa.usno.navy.mil/faq/docs/daylight_time.html
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19423

Worldwide Tropical Cyclone Names
Lists of tropical cyclone names for various regions throughout the world.
"Atlantic tropical storms have been named from lists originated by the
National Hurricane Center. ... Six lists [of 21 names] are used in
rotation." If "more than 21 named tropical cyclones occur in the Atlantic
basin in a season, additional storms will take names from the Greek
alphabet." Also includes a list of retired hurricane names. From the
National Weather Service, National Hurricane Center.
URL: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/aboutnames.shtml
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19440

Regional: California
Eugenics in California
"Convinced that ideas of better breeding and genetic selection were central
to settling the Pacific West, many European American migrants [in the early
20th century] ... supported practices such as involuntary sterilization,
immigration restriction, and racially-biased IQ testing." This site provides
links to information about eugenics in California and the U.S. and the
relation of eugenics to contemporary genomics. From the Center for Science,
History, Policy, and Ethics at California State University Sacramento.
URL: http://www.csus.edu/cshpe/eugenics/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19446

The Great 1906 San Francisco Earthquake
Information about this earthquake that hit at 5:12 a.m. on April 18, 1906.
Includes information about the size of the quake, casualties and damage from
the earthquake and fire, information about other notable quakes in the San
Francisco Bay Area after 1906, and links to photo collections and eyewitness
accounts. From the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
URL: http://quake.wr.usgs.gov/info/1906/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19470

San Francisco Chronicle 2005 Election Blog
"Written by a group of Chronicle political reporters and editors, ... [this
site includes] news, analysis and hopefully some levity from the campaign
trail" relating to the November 8, 2005, special election called by
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Also provides additional information
about specific propositions on abortion notification, teacher probation,
union political contributions, redistricting, prescription drugs, and more.
URL: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/sfgate/indexn?blogid=14
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19421

SFGate.com: Culture Blog
"Written by a group of columnists, reporters and editors from both the
newspaper [San Francisco Chronicle] and Web site ... we'll be posting daily
items -- newsy, opinionated, critical or simply silly -- on our various
arts, culture, media, and Web-related interests and obsessions." Browsable
by topics including art, fashion, neighborhoods, pop culture, and "weird"
(such as image of a "depiction of San Francisco in Jell-O"). From the
website for the San Francisco Chronicle.
URL: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/sfgate/indexn?blogid=3
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19426

Regional: Washington State
A compilation of links to information about growing apples. Topics include
cultivation and use, varieties, pests and diseases, and tree fruit research
stations. Includes information specific to Washington state and to the U.S.
in general. From Washington State University.
URL: http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/AgNIC/Apples.htm
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19328

It's Your Vote
Offers details about the voting process in Washington state. Explains how to
mark ballots correctly, parts of a mail-in ballot and preparation for
mailing, and procedures for change of address or name, canceling
registrations of deceased voters, and voting if you are out of the country.
Includes a FAQ and links to county auditor websites. Also available in
Spanish and Chinese. From the Washington State Association of County Auditors.
URL: http://www.makemyvotecount.info/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19410

Washington Courts
Official information about appellate, trial, and tribal courts in Washington
state. Includes a court directory, reports, slip opinions filed within the
last 14 days for the Washington Supreme Court and the appellate courts, and
state, district, superior, and municipal court rules. Also provides for fee
access to selected case records. From the Washington Administrative Office
of the Courts.
URL: http://www.courts.wa.gov
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19326

Winter Driving [Washington State]
Fact sheets and other materials on safe winter driving in Washington state.
Topics include preparing your vehicle for winter driving, traction tires,
studded tires (concerns, research, history in Washington state, and other
reports), de-icing and anti-icing, and more. From the Washington State
Department of Transportation (WSDOT).
URL: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/winter/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19411

Regions of the World
The Future of Democracy in Russia: The Lesson of Perestroika and the
Question of the Communist Party
Transcript of the 1993 Sanford S. Elberg Lecture in International Studies,
given by Alexander Nikolaevich Yakovlev, discussing the Soviet restructuring
policy of "perestroika" under Mikhail Gorbachev in the 1980s. In addition to
the lecture, the site contains a biography of Yakovlev (who died in October
2005) and a 1996 interview with Yakovlev. From the Institute of
International Studies, University of California, Berkeley.
URL: http://globetrotter.berkeley.edu/Elberg/Yakovlev/yak-elb1.html
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19424

Hurricane Wilma Hits Mexico Coast
October 2005 article about the effects of Hurricane Wilma on the "leading
resorts of Mexico's Yucatan peninsula." Includes a map of the hurricane's
path, a video clip of the hurricane, reader updates and photos, and links to
related stories. From the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
URL: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/4362076.stm
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19439

Revelations From the Russian Archives
This companion website to a 1992 Library of Congress exhibit contains
documents made available by the Russian Archival Committee, covering "the
entire range of Soviet history from the October Revolution of 1917 to the
failed coup of August 1991." Exhibit topics include Joseph Stalin, the
murder of Sergei Kirov, the secret police, Gulag labor camps, the Ukrainian
famine, Chernobyl, perestroika ("Mikhail Gorbachev's program of economic,
political, and social restructuring"), relations with the U.S. (including
the Cold War), and more.
URL: http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/archives/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19422

Aging Infrastructure: Dam Safety
September 2005 Congressional Research Service (CRS) report analyzing U.S.
dam safety activities. Topics include dam failure risks, federal and state
dam safety management, reduction of dam failures, and rehabilitation of
federal and nonfederal dams. Includes data charts and tables. From the
Center for Democracy & Technology. Note: The Congressional Research Service
does not make its publications directly available online. Opens directly
into a PDF file.
URL: http://opencrs.cdt.org/rpts/RL33108_20050929.pdf
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19442

Apples of Your Eye
The 2002 article notes that "today, only 15 popular varieties of apples
account for more than 90 percent of U.S. production. That wasn't always so.
By 1930 ... more than 10,000 [varieties] flourished nationwide." It then
describes how "sleuths and nursery owners are fighting to save our nation's
apple heritage." From the Smithsonian Magazine.
URL: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smithsonian/issues02/nov02/apples.html
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19361

General Elevator and Escalator Information
This site provides a brief overview of the history of the development of the
elevator, including the gearless traction electric elevator. Also includes
descriptions of how elevators and escalators work. The "About Otis" section
of the "Our Company" portion of the site provides images and more
information about the history of escalators and elevators. From the Otis
Elevator Company.
URL: http://www.otis.com/aboutotis/elevatorsinfo/0,1361,CLI1,00.html
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19449

Heritage Apples: Delicious -- With a Hint of History
Article about the history of "heritage, antique, or heirloom apples," which
usually derive from plants first grown in early America. These "small,
multi-hued fruits ... [have] a fragrance and taste as individual as their
historical names." Also provides a description of some heritage apple
varieties (such as the Cox orange pippin and Orleans reinette) and tips for
storage. From the website for the San Francisco Chronicle.
URL: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2005/10/15/HOGNHF7ARM...
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19360

Hurricane Season
Compilation of radio programs and related material about the 2005 hurricane
season, which included Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Wilma (which hit
Mexico, Cuba, and Florida). Also includes an article about the operation of
the evacuation plans in Texas and Louisiana prior to Hurricanes Katrina and
Rita. From National Public Radio (NPR).
URL: http://www.npr.org/templates/topics/topic.php?topicId=1093
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19466

Hurricane Wilma News
A collection of links to news about Hurricane Wilma (2005). Covers the
hurricane's effects on Florida, Mexico, and Cuba, with news about
preparation and damage, and sports and business consequences. From the
electronic magazine Safety Issues.
URL: http://www.safetyissues.org/wilma/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19419

Katrina Affected Physics and Astronomy (KAPA) Community Bulletin Board
"This bulletin board has been created for Physics and Astronomy faculty,
postdocs, and students affected by Hurricane Katrina. Its goal is to connect
those needing temporary employment, housing, or other support to offers from
secondary and higher education institutions, government organizations, and
industry. This effort is being led by the American Association of Physics
Teachers (AAPT)," and aided by several other groups.
URL: http://www.compadre.org/katrina/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/19463

Pumpkin Nook
This site contains everything you have ever wanted to know about pumpkins,
including extensive information on how to grow, cook, and store pumpkins.
Includes games and educational material as well as sections on Thanksgiving,
Halloween, the history of jack-o'-lanterns, recipes, and the life cycle of a
giant pumpkin. Created by a hobbyist.
URL: http://www.pumpkinnook.com/
LII Item: http://lii.org/cs/lii/view/item/12530



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