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One Book – One Lincoln – 2010 – Resources

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The Book
The Author
Programs/Events
Discussion Groups
Chief Standing Bear
The Ponca Tribe
Trail of Tears
U.S. Indian Policy of the 1800s
T.H. Tibbles
Gen. George Crook
Judge Elmer Dundy
Bright Eyes
The Indian Territory
Omaha in the 1800s
1800s Law and the Natives

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About the Book About the Author Programs and Special Events Discussion Groups Information about Chief Standing Bear Information about The Ponca Tribe Information about the the Ponca's Trail of Tears Information about U.S. Indian Policy of the late 1800s Information about Thomas Henry Tibbles Information about General George Crook Information about Judge Elmer Dundy Information about Bright Eyes Information about The Indian Territory Information about Omaha in the late 1800s Information about U.S. Law in the 1800s and the Natives Follow the Lincoln City Libraries Twitter feed for One Book updates! Become a Fan of the One Book One Lincoln Facebook page

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Additional Resources
2010


Additional Resources for I Am a Man



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Want a basic description, or just some general information about I Am a Man? You can find it at these sites:


Part 1 of a 5-part presentation by Joe Starita (via YouTube user Mykki1003)
Parts 2-5 linked at the end of Part 1



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Learn more about the author Joe Starita at the following sites:



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Want to read a sample from I Am a Man first? Visit one of the following sites:



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On-Line Critical Reviews of I Am a Man
Connect to the following on-line reviews of I Am a Man, by professional critics:



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Interested in reading (or listening to, or watching) some interviews with Joe Starita? The following list of links will take you to several print or audio interviews he has participated in, covering his book, I Am a Man.



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Are you leading a book group for I Am a Man but need some good topics to get the discussions going? Or are you looking for an opportunity to gather with other readers and discuss this book?



The Topics and Themes of the Book

You’ll find articles about the various themes and subjects of I Am a Man, in the following subscription databases available here through the libraries’ “Research Resources.” Have your library card # handy to log into these databases:

  • Ebsco Masterfile Premiere — full-text magazine articles
  • eLibrary — articles from selected magazines, newspapers, books, and radio and TV broadcasts
  • Wilson Biography Reference Bank — full-text magazine articles
  • Biography Resource Center — biographical portraits
  • History Reference eBooks — numerous history-related texts


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Here are some books in the Lincoln City Libraries collection related to the subject of Chief Standing Bear, one of the topical themes of I Am a Man:

Here are some selected web sites containing information about Chief Standing Bear:



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Here are some books in the Lincoln City Libraries collection related to the subject of the Ponca Indian Tribe, one of the topical themes of I Am a Man:

Here are some selected web sites containing information about the Ponca Indian Tribe:



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Here are some selected web sites related to the subject of the Ponca Indian’s “Trail of Tears” — forced migration to Indian Territory, one of the topical themes of I Am a Man:



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Here are some books in the Lincoln City Libraries collection related to the subject of United States Indian Policies of the 1800s, one of the topical themes of I Am a Man:

  • Indians of North America – Government Relations [subject heading]
  • Indians of North American – Treaties [subject heading]
  • Indians of North American – Legal Status, Laws, etc. [subject heading]

Here are some selected web sites containing information related to the subject of United States Indian Policies of the 1800s:



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Here are some books in the Lincoln City Libraries collection related to the subjects of the Indian Territory in Oklahoma, one of the topical themes of I Am a Man:

Here are some selected web sites containing information about the Indian Territory in Oklahoma:



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Here are some books in the Lincoln City Libraries collection related to the subjects of the U.S. legal system and the Native population, one of the topical themes of I Am a Man:

Here are some selected web sites containing information about the U.S. legal system and the Native population:



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Here are some books in the Lincoln City Libraries collection related to the subjects of Thomas Henry (“T.H.”) Tibbles, one of the topical themes of I Am a Man:

Here are some selected web sites containing information about Thomas Henry (“T.H.”) Tibbles:



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Here are some books in the Lincoln City Libraries collection related to General George Crook, one of the topical themes of I Am a Man:

Here are some selected web sites containing information about General George Crook:



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Here are some books in the Lincoln City Libraries collection related to the subjects of Bright Eyes (a.k.a. Suzette La Flesche), one of the topical themes of I Am a Man:

Here are some selected web sites containing information about the subjects of Bright Eyes (a.k.a. Suzette La Flesche):



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Here are some books in the Lincoln City Libraries collection related to the subject of Omaha, Nebraska, in the 1800s, one of the topical themes of I Am a Man:

Here are some selected web sites containing information about the subject of Omaha, Nebraska, in the 1800s:



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Here are some selected web sites containing information about District Judge Elmer Dundy:



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As of the fall of 2010, Lincoln, Nebraska and the Lincoln City Libraries appear to be the first city to select I Am a Man as the specific title for a full city-wide reading project!


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If You Liked Reading I Am a Man, You Might Like:


What Other Communities Are Reading

One Book Reading Promotion Projects (Library of Congress Center for the Book)


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