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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

November 2014


                 EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE! 
Every Vote Counts!!
 
Thank A Veteran!

 
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 Monthly Observations
  • Diabetes Awareness Month
  • Native American Heritage Month
  • National Alzheimer's Disease Month
  • Election Day (4)
  • Veterans Day (11)
  • Thanksgiving Holiday (27)
  • American Education Week  (17 - 21)
  • National Hunger and Homeless Week   (15 - 23)
 
Library Resources

     Diabetes:
                                                                           
 Alzheimer:                
  • Blank, Louis. Alzheimer's challenged & conquered?
  • Jones, Moyra.  Gentlecare : changing the experience of Alzheimer's disease in a positive way.
  • Pollen, Daniel A.  Hannah's heirs : the quest for the genetic origins of Alzheimer's disease
  • Taylor, Richard. Alzheimer's from the inside out.
  • Turkington, Carol.  The encyclopedia of Alzheimer's disease.

 Native American Heritage :
  • Bell, Catherine.  Protection of First Nations Cultural Heritage: Laws, Policy, and Reform.
  • Colwell-Chanthaphonh, Chip.   Living Histories : Native American Issues and Southwestern Archaeology.
  • Trefzer, Annette. Disturbing Indians : The Archaeology of Southern Fiction.                      
  • Warrior, Robert.  People and the Word : Reading Native Nonfiction.                                                


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