2 edition of Abstracts of publications of the Northern Research Division. found in the catalog.
Abstracts of publications of the Northern Research Division.
Canada. Department of Indian and Northern Affairs.
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Also included is a map of Alexandria during the era, devised by the author and John Huennekens. Concentrates on items found in bound will books that were created by individual courts across the state. Food consumption data file preparation: Recipe disaggregation and the conversion of raw meat, fish or poultry to their cooked weight equivalents. Developing a database for analyzing the impact of price volatility on child nutrition and mortality.
Leppe, W. Abstract SshahOral. II, February 3, to January 26, The documents were examined by the Register, and, if correctly executed, were filed for a period of not less than six months. Laiba, and B. O'Brien, L.
Petruzzeli and F. Elvevold, J. In the Privy Council authorized the patenting of lands under the principle of granting patents to any person who qualified as a planter. Gongurov, A.
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Many extant photographs of mills or county churches were previously published in a page companion volume released in by this compiler as "Tappahannock and Essex County, Virginia in Early Photographs" or in other titles.
May include references to apprenticeships, bonds for public position, guardians, emancipation of slaves, military service, powers of attorye, and deeds, gifts, mortgages, agreements, and polls. Discussion of potential changes to improve the Global Hunger Index.
Of particular interest is included a detailed Appendix of data and source citations about property and place names and county geographical features. Torsvik, C. The company's main newspaper database is ProQuest NewsStand. Specialty Conf.
Foy, R. Guseva, and V. Land Office Grants, — The Virginia Land Office was established in by the General Assembly and was headed by a Register "appointed from time to time, by joint ballot of both houses of assembly. Dils eds. The materials are arranged in folders labeled with the name of the grantee, the names of all persons who owned the warrant or survey, the county in which the land was situated when the grant was issued, the date of the survey and warrant, the number of acres in the grant, and the number of items in the folder.
Swedberg, and D. Jeffries, J.
Wellner, S. Data considers six main sources: a modern typewritten index to marriages, bound Certificates to Obtain a Marriage License that begin ina bound register of marriages that begins inloose register pages from the Auditor of Public Accounts at the Library of Virginia, loose marriage licenses that begin inand records from area churches.
Howe, R. Estabrook, P. Northern Neck Surveys Three collections of records comprise the surveys related to land grants in the Northern Neck. The formation of West Virginia eliminated the major source of available land in Virginia. Palma-Heldt, and F.Environmental Research Division 1.
Refereed Publications Aruguete, D.M., Aldstadt, J.H., and Mueller, G.M., “Accumulation of Several Heavy Metals and Lanthanides in Mushrooms (Agaricales) from the Chicago Region,” The Science of the Total Environment ().
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