March/April 1999 Volume 26, Number 2 ISBN 0884-9692
New Documents Librarian at Midland Lutheran College
Steve Cox is the new Assistant Librarian in reference/documents
at Midland Lutheran College in Fremont. He replaces Susan Knisely,
who is now an Online Services Librarian at the Library Commission.
Steve is a native of Arkansas, and taught in Arkansas and Texas
for several years before getting his MLS degree from the University
of Kentucky School of Library Science. Upon graduation Steve
joined the staff at Midland Lutheran February 1st.
He is enjoying living in Fremont and likes being close to Omaha.
Annual Documents Meeting June 11th
The annual meeting for staff in Nebraska state and federal documents
depository libraries is scheduled for June 11th at
the University of Nebraska-Omaha Library. The meeting will include
an update on the federal depository library meeting held in Washington,
D.C. Updates and discussions about the Nebraska State documents
depository program will also be held. Agendas and parking permits
will be mailed to depository libraries in May. For more information
about the meeting contact James Shaw, 402-554-2225, email@example.com.
New Nebraska Blue Books
Ever needed the words to "Beautiful Nebraska?" It's
in there. A picture of the state insect? It's in there. Your
one-stop shop for information about state symbols, the constitution,
legislators back to 1866, election results, judges, state agencies,
boards and commissions, and a whole potpourri of interesting stuff
about Nebraska is here! The Nebraska Blue Book 1998-99
edition has just been published. Free copies will be sent to
every Nebraska public library, college and university. Copies
can also be purchased by sending a check for $10.00 plus applicable
state and local sales tax payable to State of Nebraska to:
Nebraska Blue Book
10th Floor State Capitol
PO Box 94604
Lincoln, NE 68509-4604
Tax-exempt organizations database
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may not be on your "most
helpful federal agencies" list at this time of year, but
the IRS has posted lots of good information on its web site.
One of them is a searchable database of organizations in the United
States that qualify for tax-exempt status. It is located at:
>. If you have ever needed a list of non-profit organizations
in your community or state this database is for you. Here's the
place to find out if your organization is exempt from federal
taxation and how much of your contributions to them are tax deductible.
This is an electronic version of IRS Publication 78, Cumulative
List of Organizations, which is available for loan from the
Library Commission. You can type in just the two-letter code for
a state, or the state and town name, and pull up a list for the
whole state or that community. The database can also be searched
for keywords in the name of the organization.
Birth Certificates Via The Internet
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Vital Statistics
has announced that birth certificates can be requested via the
Internet with a credit card. You may request copies of the certificates
only for yourself, parents, spouse, or children. Orders can be
placed at <www.hhs.state.ne.us/ced/bicert.htm>.
The word "depository" might make us think about what
the floor of the front entrance to the library looks like after
a rainy day and lots of muddy-footed customers have come through
the doors. When it comes to government publications, however,
libraries are happy to keep the "deposits" , not clean
In Nebraska we like to quote Hartley Burr Alexander's inscription
on the state capitol "the salvation of the state is watchfulness
in the citizen". That is the reason why depository programs
for government publications exist-to provide citizens with information
about what their governments are doing. In Nebraska there are
14 libraries participating in the federal Government Printing
Office depository program and 14 libraries participating in the
Nebraska Publications Clearinghouse depository program for Nebraska
state government publications. Directories of all Nebraska depositories
are available at </docs/nefed.html>
The GPO program, with nearly 1400 participants nationwide, has
been in operation for many years. Participating libraries are
sent free copies of a wide variety of publications based on a
selection profile that the library customizes to local needs.
Agricultural reports, statistics, congressional hearings and
bills, national park and museum publications, local weather reports,
and census reports are common examples of what a depository library
might choose. Depositories must provide free public access to
the publications and keep them for at least five years. The Library
Commission has nearly 250,000 publications available for free
direct loan. Items received since 1990 are listed in the Commission
online catalog at </opac/opac.html>.
Each state also has a Regional Depository which receives everything
distributed through the program and must keep it permanently.
Love Library at UNL is the Nebraska Regional. Now that government
agencies are posting information on the Internet the potential
for citizen access to government information has expanded tremendously.
Depository libraries are required to provide public access Internet
workstations to access it. GPO Access, the Government Printing
Office World-Wide-Web site, now gets millions of "hits"
The Nebraska Publications Clearinghouse Program has been operated
by the Library Commission since it was authorized in statute in
1972. The Library Commission collects publications that are multiply
produced and intended for distribution from Nebraska state agencies,
boards, commissions, the legislature, and state-funded colleges.
The Commission now has a public lending collection that numbers
over 100,000 items and is listed in its online catalog. Selected
publications are also converted to microfiche and copies are distributed
to the 14 state depositories. Agency annual reports, rules and
regulations, statistics, directories, and Legislative studies
are examples of what a depository would receive. State depositories
are required to provide public access to the microfiche, have
a fiche reader-printer available, and keep the microfiche for
at least five years. Nebraska agencies too, are part of the trend
toward posting information on the Internet and all of the state
depositories have Internet access. The Library Commission maintains
a directory of online state publications on Nebraska State
Government Publications Online </docs/pilot/pilot.html>
to assist users in finding online publications.
For more information about the depository programs or loans from
the Library Commission call 800-307-2665 or e-mail: Information Services
or Beth Goble directly at 401-471-4017.
Announcing the Nebraska Library Commission Back-up Reference Service!
Written by Lisa Brawner, Reference Services Coordinator
A number of Nebraska's Library Systems have contracts with various
libraries to provide reference back-up for System member libraries.
The trend noticed in most of the Systems over the last few years
has been for the number of reference questions to diminish. This
might be attributed to increased access to statewide data bases,
the improved ability of individual libraries to find answers to
questions via the Internet, etc. For whatever the reason, it
no longer seemed necessary, at least in some of the Systems, to
contract for reference back-up for the decreasing number of requests
being asked. That's where this new arrangement comes in. Beginning
now, you are able to contact the Nebraska Library Commission for
reference back-up and subject requests if you are not able to
find satisfactory answers on your own. Please see the following
announcement of this new service. We look forward to serving
you as you strive to meet the needs of your customers.
It happens to all librarians. You get a question and you don't
have any idea where to start. Take heart, the reference librarians
at the Library Commission are here to help. We can be reached
at 800-307-2665 (ask for the information desk); by fax at 402-
471-6244 direct to the information desk; or by email
We are prepared to help you with on-the-spot assistance and if
the answer can be found in a resource close to you, we'll help
you find the way. Reference back-up and subject request assistance
is available to all Nebraska library and media center staff. Never
voice mail - always a human response and best of all - at no cost
to your library or your Library System. In addition to our new
and updated reference resources:
If you'd like to look more closely at the kinds of resources the
Library Commission collects, take a look at our newly revised
Access and Selection (formerly Collection Development) Policy
The Library Commission reference desk is staffed with experienced, professional librarians who are ready to help.
Meet the reference staff:
Julie Pinnell earned her MLS from the University of Iowa
and has worked in a variety of reference settings. Her background
is in Psychology and Biology and during her tenure as a Library
Science Student, she worked as a back-up reference librarian to
the entire state of Iowa. She has over 10 years experience in
providing information and is a wonderful teacher on all aspects
of Internet and online resources. Julie recently provided for
the Meridian and Panhandle Library Systems training on the areas
of various aspects of using the Internet for reference, search
engine techniques, and evaluating websites. Before coming to
the Library Commission, Julie worked at Johnson Community College
in Kansas City, MO for 4 years; this library served as a public
library for area residents.
Beth Goble earned her MLS from the University of Toronto
and has worked in libraries in three countries. Beth holds dual
bachelor's degrees in English and Library Science. She's worked
in three different public library systems, including Lincoln City
Libraries, and also worked as a one-person librarian at St. Elizabeth's
Community Health Center for five years before coming to the Library
Commission. Beth's specialties include medical and science searches.
She is active in the Lincoln Health Sciences group. Beth has been
providing reference for over 20 years - with 8 years in the public
Lisa Brawner earned her MLS from the University of Missouri
and has worked in libraries for over 15 years. Her background
is in Music and Fine Arts. She was the assistant manager at a
branch library in the Houston Public Library System and graduated
to the Central Library where reference phone calls were answered
at the rate of 20-30 per hour. Lisa is active in the City Area
Reference Professionals (CARP) organization and is well connected
to other reference experts in Lincoln.
Lori Sailors has worked with Federal Documents and reference
for 20 years. She worked for the Library Commission when it provided
16mm films and reference to the state. Lori is a life-long resident
of Lincoln, NE and started working in libraries when she was a
student in high school.
Bonnie Henzel has over 10 years experience in libraries
and state government, and currently works full-time with Nebraska
state government publications. Bonnie was formerly involved with
acquisitions, serials, circulation, and reference at Peru State
College where she earned her degree in business administration.
Belinda Booe - last but certainly not least, Belinda is
the voice of the reference desk and handles circulation, overdues,
and many video reservations. In addition Belinda updates the Library
Commission calendar and library job webpages, and works with Interlibrary
Loan. She has over 15 years library experience. She is well-experienced
in the public service world having formerly been a realtor and
working in a hospital emergency room. Belinda is currently attending
classes at Southeast Community College.
Some examples of reference questions we've answered recently:
B-1 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS, 1997-98. Dept. of Agriculture.
1998. 148p. OCLC #24329528. A5100A002-1997/98.
B-2 DIRECTORY OF NEBRASKA LICENSED NURSERY GROWERS AND DEALERS,
1998-99. Dept. of Agriculture. 1998. 119p. OCLC #27020799.
B-3 FUMIGATING FARM-STORED GRAIN WITH ALUMINUM PHOSPHIDE.
(Nebguide Series No. G 86-790). UNL/Cooperative Extension Service.
1998. 4p. OCLC #40775574. U2250H033.0790-1998.
B-4 GRASSLAND MANAGEMENT WITH PRESCRIBED FIRE. (Extension
Circular Series No. EC 98-148). UNL/Cooperative Extension Service.
1998. 6p. OCLC #40775572. U2250H001.0148-1998.
B-5 LIVESTOCK BRAND BOOK, 1999. Brand Com. 1999. 800p.
OCLC #21540719. B7100H001-1999.
B-6 NEBRASKA SEED PROGRAM REPORT. Dept. of Agriculture.
1998. 32p. OCLC #26152732. A5540B001-1997/98.
B-7 PROTECTING BEES WHEN USING INSECTICIDES. (Nebguide
Series No. G 98-1347). UNL/Cooperative Extension Service. 1998.
4p. OCLC #40775573. U2250H033.1347-1998.
B-8 SURVEY OF INSECTICIDE USE FOR CONTROLLING ARTHROPOD PESTS
OF LIVESTOCK IN NEBRASKA-1994. UNL/Agricultural Research
Div. 1998. 49p. OCLC #40844293. U2300B001.0030-1994.
B-9 ADVISORY LETTER TO THE NEBRASKA HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SYSTEM. Auditor of Public Accounts. 1998. 6p. OCLC #40775575.
B-10 ADVISORY LETTER TO THE NEBRASKA HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SYSTEM-STATE WARDS' GUARDIANSHIP ACCOUNTS. Auditor of Public
Accounts. 1998. 4p. OCLC #4077576. A9000T267-1998.
B-11 AUDIT REPORT OF CHEYENNE COUNTY COURT. Auditor of
Public Accounts. 1999. 10p. OCLC #30310191. A9000B154-1997/98.
B-12 AUDIT REPORT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY COURT. Auditor of
Public Accounts. 1999. 7p. OCLC #31018809. A9000B185-1997/98.
B-13 AUDIT REPORT OF HOWARD COUNTY COURT. Auditor of Public
Accounts. 1999. 7p. OCLC #32645067. A9000B211-1997/98.
B-14 AUDIT REPORT OF LANCASTER COUNTY COURT. Auditor of
Public Accounts. 1998. 10p. OCLC #29137004. A9000B057-1997/98.
B-15 AUDIT REPORT OF SAUNDERS COUNTY COURT. Auditor of
Public Accounts. 1999. 8p. OCLC #30755198. A9000B173-1997/98.
B-16 AUDIT REPORT OF THE NEBRASKA COMMISSION ON INDIAN AFFAIRS.
Auditor of Public Accounts. 1999. 31p. OCLC #33496934. A9000B197-1997/98.
B-17 AUDIT REPORT OF THE NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS.
Auditor of Public Accounts. 1999. 20p. OCLC #30744166. A9000B175-1997/98
B-18 AUDIT REPORT OF THE NEBRASKA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT
SYSTEMS DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN. Auditor of Public Accounts.
1999. 29p. OCLC #34162335. A9000B941-1997.
B-19 AUDIT REPORT OF THE NEBRASKA STATE BOARD OF LANDSCAPE
ARCHITECTS. Auditor of Public Accounts. 1998. 17p. OCLC
B-20 AUDIT REPORT OF THE STATE OF NEBRASKA GOVERNOR PROGRAMS:
002 SALARY-GOVERNOR, 021 OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR, AND 125 TRANSITION
EXPENSES. Auditor of Public Accounts. 1998. 22p. OCLC
B-21 AUDIT REPORT OF THE STATE OF NEBRASKA OFFICE OF THE LIEUTENANT
GOVERNOR. Auditor of Public Accounts. 1999. 16p. OCLC
BUDGET & ECONOMICS
B-22* BUDGET OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. Executive
Office of the President of the U.S. 1999. S/N 041-001-00511-1.
$30.00. 405p. PREX 2.8: 2000.
B-23* CITIZEN'S GUIDE TO THE FEDERAL BUDGET. Executive
Office of the President of the U.S. 1999. S/N 041-001-00515-3.
$3.25. 40p. PREX 2.8: 2000/CITIZEN.
B-24* ECONOMIC AND BUDGET OUTLOOK: FISCAL YEARS 2000-2009.
U.S. Congressional Budget Office. 1999. S/N 052-070-07194-0.
$15.00. 155p. Y 10.17: 2000-2009.
B-25* ECONOMIC REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT, 1999. Office of
the U.S. President. 1999. S/N 040-000-00716-4. $19.00. 454p.
PR 42.9: 999.
B-26* U.S. CENSUS MONITORING BOARD, PRESIDENTIAL MEMBERS, REPORT
TO CONGRESS. U.S. Census Monitoring Bd. 1999. $3.75. 38p.
Y 3.2: C 33/P 92.
B-27* U.S. CENSUS MONITORING BOARD, REPORT TO CONGRESS OF THE
CONGRESSIONAL MEMBERS. U.S. Census Monitoring Bd. 1999.
$6.00. 45p. Y 3.2: C 33/C 76.
B-28* CHILD HEALTH USA, 1998. U.S. Dept. of Health &
Human Services. 1999. 80p. HE 20.9213: 998.
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
B-29 ANNUAL REPORT, 1997-1998. Metropolitan Community
College. 1998. 30p. OCLC #32057358. C5790A001-1997/98.
B-30 CATALOG, 1998-99. Southeast Community College. 1998.
184p. OCLC #36228839. C6320H001-1998/99.
B-31 FINANCIAL AID AT SCC. Southeast Community College.
1998. Pamphlet. OCLC #40859764. C6320T010-1998.
B-32 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND REPORTS REQUIRED BY GOVERNMENT
AUDITING STANDARDS AND OMB CIRCULAR A-133 FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE
30, 1998. University of Nebraska System. 1998. 56p. OCLC
B-33 IMPACT OF THE PROPOSED REVENUE LIMITATION AMENDMENT ON
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA. University of Nebraska/Office
of External Affairs. 1998. 3p. OCLC #40859769. U0150B001-1998.
B-34 VIEWBOOK, 1998-2000. Southeast Community College.
1998. 18p. OCLC #36228840. C6320H006-1998/2000.
B-35* BANKRUPTCY BASICS. Administrative Office of the
U.S. Courts. 1998. 67p. JU 10.2: B 22/3/998.
B-36* HOW TO DISPUTE CREDIT ERRORS. U.S. Federal Trade
Comm. 1998. Pamphlet. FT 1.32: C 86/998.
B-37* KNEE-DEEP IN DEBT. U.S. Federal Trade Comm. 1998.
Pamphlet. FT 1.32: D 35/3.
B-38* 100 Q & A ABOUT BUYING A NEW HOME. U.S. Dept.
of Housing & Urban Development. 1998. 40p. HH 1.2: B 98/10.
CRIME & CRIMINAL JUSTICE
B-39 COURTS OF NEBRASKA 1998, ANNUAL CASELOAD REPORT.
Administrative Office of Courts/Probation. 1998. 32p. OCLC
B-40* CRIME IN THE UNITED STATES, 1997. U.S. Dept. of
Justice. 1998. S/N 027-001-00075-1. $35.00. 420p. J 1.14/7: 997.
B-41* DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND STALKING, THE SECOND ANNUAL REPORT
TO CONGRESS UNDER THE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT. U.S. Dept.
of Justice. 1999. 80p. J 35.21: 997.
B-42* RESIDENTIAL REMODELING AND UNIVERSAL DESIGN, MAKING HOMES
MORE COMFORTABLE AND ACCESSIBLE. U.S. Dept. of Housing &
Urban Development. 1999. 120p. HH 1.2: R 31/11.
B-43 NEBRASKA COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, 1999 AWARDS MANUAL.
Dept. of Economic Development. 1999. 62p. OCLC #26882060.
B-44 NEBRASKA DEVELOPMENT DIRECTORY. Dept. of Economic
Development. 1999. 81p. E1000D008-1999.
B-45 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE NEBRASKA SCHOOL FINANCE REVIEW COMMITTEE.
Dept. of Education. 1999. 48p. OCLC #30905705. E2200A001-1999.
B-46* EARLY CHILDHOOD: WHERE LEARNING BEGINS, GEOGRAPHY.
U.S. Dept. of Education. 1999. S/N 065-000-01215-4. $5.50.
48p. ED 1.302: C 43/34.
B-47* HELPING YOUR CHILD SUCCEED IN SCHOOL, DISCUSSION LEADER
GUIDE. U.S. Dept. of Education. 1999. S/N 065-000-01217-1.
$11.00. 95p. ED 1.308: C 43/5.
B-48* NAEP READING REPORT CARD FOR THE NATION, 1998. U.S.
Dept. of Education. 1999. 215p. ED 1.302: R 22/15.
B-49* ON THE ROAD TO READING, A GUIDE TO COMMUNITY PARTNERS.
U.S. Dept. of Education. 1998. 111p. ED 1.8: R 22/3.
B-50 RULE 3, REGULATIONS GOVERNING HIGH ABILITY LEARNERS.
Dept. of Education. 1998. 11p. OCLC #40765969. E2420R001-1998.
B-51 RULE 85, REGULATIONS REGARDING ESU BOUNDARY CHANGE PETITIONS.
Dept. of Education. 1998. 15p. OCLC #40765968. E2000R085-1998.
B-52* SCHOOL TO WORK OPPORTUNITIES, 1998 STATE PROFILES.
U.S. Dept. of Education. 1998. 100p. ED 1.2: SCH 6/30.
B-53 STATISTICS AND FACTS ABOUT NEBRASKA SCHOOLS, 1997-98. Dept. of Education. 1998. 156p. OCLC #34939490. E2500S001-1997/98.
B-54 COLFAX COUNTY HAZARD ANALYSIS. Military/Civil Defense
Agency. 1997. 28p. OCLC #40757618. M2200H004.0043-1997.
B-55 LOCAL EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN, THAYER COUNTY, HEBRON.
Military/Civil Defense Agency. 1998. 275p. OCLC #40759216.
B-56 STATE OF NEBRASKA HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN. Military/Civil
Defense Agency. 1998. 157p. OCLC #30018702. M2200B012-1998.
B-57* AIR QUALITY RESEARCH SUBCOMMITTEE STRATEGIC PLAN.
Nat'l Science & Technology Council. 1998. 16p. PREX 23.2:
B-58* ENVIRONMENTAL INDUSTRY OF THE UNITED STATES, OVERVIEW
BY STATE AND METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA. U.S. Dept. of
Commerce. 1999. 115p. C 61.2: IN 8/7/999.
B-59 KANSAS-NEBRASKA BIG BLUE RIVER COMPACT, TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL
REPORT. Big Blue River Compact Admin. 1998. 42p. OCLC
B-60* LATEST FINDINGS ON NATIONAL AIR QUALITY: 1997 STATUS
AND TRENDS. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1998.
22p. EP 1.2: AI 7/51.
B-62 MEETING THE CHALLENGE: ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS,
1990-1998. Dept. of Environmental Quality. 1998. 28p.
OCLC #40844294. E6500B042-1998.
B-62* RESOURCES ON WASTE FOR YOUR HOME AND COMMUNITY.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1998. 18p. EP 1.2: R
B-63* ADVANCED CANCER, LIVING EACH DAY. U.S. Health/Nat'l
Cancer Inst. 1998. 44p. HE 20.3152: AD 9/998.
B-64* CATARACT INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS. U.S. Dept. of
Health & Human Services. 1999. 20p. HE 20.3752: C 28/2/999.
B-65* LEARNING ABOUT MEDICARE HEALTH PLANS...SIX STEPS TO CHOOSING
A MEDICARE HEALTH PLAN. U.S. Dept. of Health & Human
Services. 1999. 23p. HE 22.2: L 47.
B-66* MENTAL HEALTH, UNITED STATES, 1998. U.S. Dept. of
Health & Human Services. 1999. S/N 017-024-01632-2. $25.00.
292p. HE 20.8137: 998.
B-67 ROSTER, HOME HEALTH AGENCIES LICENSED AS OF JANUARY 31,
1999. Dept. of Health & Human Services. 1999. 30p.
OCLC #39781998. H8310D014-1999.
B-68 ROSTER, HOSPITALS LICENSED AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1998.
Dept. of Health & Human Services. 1998. 23p. OCLC #39781994.
B-69 ROSTER, MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS LICENSED AS OF FEBRUARY
28, 1999. Dept. of Health & Human Services. 1999. 5p.
OCLC #39781995. H8310D007-1999.
B-70* USING THE FOOD LABEL TO CHOOSE HEALTHIER FOODS.
U.S. Health/Food & Drug Admin. 1999. 11p. HE 20.4002: F
B-71* WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT NON-HODGKIN'S LYMPHOMA.
U.S. Health/Nat'l Cancer Inst. 1998. 33p. HE 20.3152: L 98/998.
HIGHWAYS & ROADS
B-72 NEBRASKA PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, BIENNIAL REPORT.
Dept. of Roads. 1998. 13p. OCLC #06871757. R6000A003-1997/98.
B-73* STATE TRAFFIC SAFETY INFORMATION. U.S. Dept. of
Transportation. 1999. 107p. TD 8.62: 998.
B-74* TRAFFIC SAFETY FACTS 1997, A COMPILATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE
CRASH DATA FROM THE FATALITY ANALYSIS REPORTING SYSTEM AND THE
GENERAL ESTIMATES SYSTEM. U.S. Dept. of Transportation.
1998. 204p. TD 8.27: 997.
B-75 TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR
COUNTY HIGHWAY AND CITY STREETS SUPERINTENDENTS. Dept. of
Roads. 1998. 50p. OCLC #28437148. R6000A002-1998.
B-76 INDUSTRIAL FACTS, BEEMER NEBRASKA. Nebraska Public
Power District. 1999. 30p. OCLC #09675458. P8400B001.0450-1999.
B-77 INDUSTRIAL FACTS, COLUMBUS NEBRASKA. Nebraska Public
Power District. 1999. 46p. OCLC #08852575. P8400B001.0975-1999.
B-78* EMPLOYER COSTS FOR EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION, 1986-98.
U.S. Dept. of Labor. 1998. 248p. L 2.3: 2508.
B-79 LABOR MARKET INFORMATION...A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF EMPLOYMENT
STATISTICS FOR THE STATE. Dept. of Labor. 1998. Pamphlet.
OCLC #40765973. L1000T006-1998.
B-80 CITIZENS FOR NEBRASKA'S FUTURE INITIATIVE. Legislative
Com./Urban Affairs. 1998. 4p. OCLC #40859770. L3775B006-1998.
B-81 INTERIM STUDY REPORT ON LR 352 (INCOME TAX). Legislative
Com./Revenue. 1998. 14p. OCLC #40757629. L3770B017-1998.
B-82 INTERIM STUDY REPORT ON LRS 351, 350, 353, & 435 (SALES
TAX REFORM). Legislative Com./Revenue. 1998. 25p. OCLC
B-83 INTERIM STUDY REPORTS, 1998. Legislative Com./General Affairs. 1998. 25p. OCLC #40759212. L3755B025-1998.
B-84 LR 432, REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE. Legislative Com./Ad
Hoc & Special. 1998. 24p. OCLC #40757630. L3790B001.0034-1998.
B-85 NEBRASKA UNICAMERAL LEGISLATURE ROSTER, 1999. Clerk
of the Legislature. 1999. 60p. OCLC #03716247. L3300D001-1999.
B-86 REVIEW BY REVISOR OF STATUTES OF INITIATIVE PETITION.
Revisor of Statutes & Bill Drafting. 1998. 16p. OCLC #40859767.
LIBRARIES & INFORMATION SERVICES
B-87* BUILDING AND SUPPORTING LIBRARY RESEARCH: A NATIONAL
FOCUS, PROCEEDINGS FROM AN EXPLORATORY WORKGROUP. U.S. Dept.
of Education. 1998. 11p. ED 1.2: L 61/9.
B-88 NEBRASKA STATE GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS, 1998. Library
Comm./Publications Clearinghouse. 1998. 97p. OCLC #29338165.
NEBRASKA PRESS-SELECTED NEW RELEASES
B-89 COLLECTED SHORT WORKS, 1920-1954. By Bess Streeter
Aldrich. University of Nebraska Press. 1999. Available from
Nebraska Press for $45.00 (clothbound). 321p. OCLC #39195306.
B-90 FULL BROWN YANKEE OF THE IRON BRIGADE SERVICE WITH THE
SIXTH WISCONSIN VOLUNTEERS. By Rufus R. Dawes. University
of Nebraska Press. 1999. Available from Nebraska Press for $16.95
((paperback). 330p. OCLC #40199862. U5001T749-1999.
B-91 HOUSE OF JOSHUA: MEDITATIONS ON FAMILY AND PLACE.
(Texts & Contexts Series). By Mindy Thompson Fullilive.
University of Nebraska Press. 1999. Available from Nebraska
Press for $20.00 (clothbound). 160p. OCLC #39811767. U5001T202.0018-1999.
B-92 INDIANS AND EUROPE: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLECTION OF
ESSAYS. Edited by Christian F. Feest. University of Nebraska
Press. 1999. Available from Nebraska Press for $29.95 (paperback).
656p. OCLC #40174819. U5001T751-1999.
B-93 LEE AND HIS MEN AT GETTYSBURG: THE DEATH OF A NATION.
By Clifford Dowdey. University of Nebraska Press. 1999. Available
from Nebraska Press for $16.95 (paperback). 416p. OCLC #40159000.
B-94 MAN OF ASHES. (Texts & Contexts Series). By
Salomon Isacovici & Juan Manuel Rodriguez. University of
Nebraska Press. 1999. Available from Nebraska Press for $29.95
(clothbound). 244p. OCLC #34967986. U5001T202.0019-1999.
B-95 ONLY LAND THEY KNEW: AMERICAN INDIANS IN THE OLD SOUTH.
By J. Leitch Wright Jr. University of Nebraska Press. 1999.
Available from Nebraska Press for $19.95 (paperback). 416p.
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