" Not buying new books so we don't have to weed old ones is a dumb choice if we want people to use this library " (Ettelt, 1992, p. 259) the actual mechanics of performing this activity vary widely and is the cause of much concern in libraries. Furthermore, the actual decision process for selecting an item to be culled from the primary collection is not… (More)
Comparing nearly identical treaty texts: A note on the Treaty of Fort Laramie with Sioux, etc., 1851 and Levenshtein's edit distance metric" (2011). Faculty Publications, UNL Libraries. Paper 224.
American Indians: The " Names of Indian tribes and bands " list from the Office of Indian Affairs"
An examination of the history of leprosy, or Hansen's disease, in the Territory of Hawaii is a clear window upon how the federal government addressed its fundamental responsibilities to an indigenous people of this nation. Over the years, and in particular prior to 1934, various federal agencies oversaw the array of this nation's territories, but the… (More)
It is proposed that dark adaptation following a moderate pigment bleach may nearly as well be carried out (and more conveniently) under low room lighting conditions as in complete darkness. To test this idea, dark adaptation curves were determined either immediately after the termination of a 3 min, 4.1 log td white pre-exposure field, or following 10 or 15… (More)