Prairies and Plains: The Reference Literature of a Region
KWS Publishers, 2009 - Reference - 422 pages
An analysis of the reference sources--encyclopedias, bibliographies, biographies, almanacs, dictionaries--that readers and researchers use for investigating questions regarding the history and culture of the prairies and plains region, this resource is helpful in preparing class papers, resolving queries, building collections, and developing strategies.
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EB ENVIRONMENT NATURAL RESOURCES 286
AC COLLECTIVE BIOGRAPHIES
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Access Date Alberta American Indian American West Annotated Bibliography Appendixes Archives arranged alphabetically artists Atlas biographies brief Canadian Center chapters chronology cited Class Numbers collections Colorado comp compiled covers culture Dept Dictionary Directory documents Edmonton Electronic book Encyclopedia Entries include essays ethnic geographic Geological Greenwood Pr groups Guide Historical Society identify illustrations Includes bibliographical references Internet ISBN Kansas LCCN Library of Canada Library of Congress Lincoln literature LMcD Manitoba maps materials Mexico Montana Museum names National Library Native American Nebraska newspapers North Notes OCLC Oklahoma organizations photographs place-names Prairie Prairie provinces Prairies-Plains region printed provides province Publ publications published records Regina Research Saskatchewan sources South Dakota species statistics subject index Survey Table of contents Texas tion titles topics tribes Univ volume Western Willa Cather women writers Wyoming