Select from one of six family types, pick a state, and then select a community to see how much that family is likely to need for housing, food, child care, etc.The calculator also shows the percent and number of families in that state living below the family budget level.
Brown Electronic Article Review Service on moral and political philosophy. Contains short reviews of articles that have appeared in the last six months. Provides information on contributors and a list of reviews.
An online searchable gateway to the following versions of the Bible: NIV, NASB, RSV, KJV, Darby, and YLT. Languages available include: English, German, Swedish, Latin, French, Spanish, and Tagalog. Also includes a searchable index of over 22,000 Biblical topics.
The Bibliography Styles Handbook from the University of Illinois Writer's Workshop summarizes and illustrates the bibliographica lformatting rules for three different citation styles: the American Psychological Association (APA) style, the new Modern Languages Association (MLA) style, and the old MLA style.
The Bibliography Styles Handbook from the University of Illinois Writer's Workshop summarizes and illustrates the bibliographical formatting rules for the American Psychological Association (APA) style.
This dictionary includes more than 25,000 notable men and women who have shaped our world from ancient times to the present day.The dictionary can be searched by names, birth years, death years, positions held, professions, literary and artistic works, miscellaneous achievements, and other keywords.
This searchable directory provides biographical information on the more than thirteen thousand persons who have served in the U.S. Congress, including those who served in the Continental Congress, territorial delegates, resident commissioners, and U.S. vice-presidents.
The mission of the Black Archives is to collect and preserve the evidence of the accomplishments of Blacks and to use our collections and related ideas to contribute to human knowledge and understanding by making our collections available for research, education, and exhibition. The Black Archives of Mid-America is the largest depository of artifacts documenting the African American experience in the four-state area of Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, and Oklahoma. Archival presentations include diaries and personal documents, local written histories, African American newspapers, and records from churches, clubs, societies, and businesses.
A Web site that offers a variety of attractions for virtually all who are interested in France, as well as opportunities for those who would like to learn French, improve their French, or use the French language.
The virtual counterpart to the American Library Association's Booklistmagazine. For more than 90 years, Booklist has been the librarian's leading choice for reviews of the latest books and (more recently) electronic media. Every year they review nearly 4,000 books for adults, more than 2,500 titles for children, more than 500 reference books and electronic reference tools, and 1,000 other audiovisual materials.
Allows searching of the core content of the Encyclopedia Britannica, as well as providing links to current articles frommore than 70 popular periodicals (e.g., Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, etc.) and access to Britannica's WorldAtlas.
The catalogue includes entries for almost two-and-a-half million recordings held in the British Library National Sound Archive (NSA) and is updated daily. The catalogue includes both published and unpublished recordings in all genres from pop, jazz, classical and world music, to oral history, drama and literature, dialect, language and wildlife sounds.