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24,000 books published in Britain and colonies

Photograph of the Sudds family in the yard of their home in Chippewa Bay, New York

William F. Sudds (1843-1920) was born in England but grew up in Gouverneur, N.Y. He attended Boston Conservatory and composed musical scores published by Oliver Ditson & Co. as well as others. The family had a summer home in Chippewa Bay, N.Y. Photos show family portraits, interiors and street scenes in Gouverneur, N.Y. as well as river scenes in Chippewa Bay, N.Y.

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Formerly LexisNexis Academic.  More than 17,000 national and international news, business, and legal sources.

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Ethnic and minority literature

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Sociology and behavioral sciences literature

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Multi-disciplinary database containing full text for more than 10,900 titles. Scholarly journals, newspapers, magazines, business information.

To and from the Gulf of Maine:  Alan Casline

Alan Casline graduated from St. Lawrence University in 1973 and received his PhD from SUNY Albany. He established Rootdrinker Institute in 1973 and began publishing Rootdrinker magazine in 1975.

Watertown Daily Times story on North Country Poet

Thomas John Carlisle was born October 11, 1913 in Plattsburgh, N.Y. and died August 17, 1992. He was educated at Williams College, Union Theological Seminary, and was ordained as a United Presbyterian minister in 1937. He was the author of a number of books of religious poetry, as well as a tutor and teacher various colleges.

E-books and other digitized materials from the Center for Research Libraries. CRL digitization projects prioritize materials not readily available in electronic form from other sources.

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Essays in anthologies