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This guide will help researchers find helpful information at the NMSU Library.

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Directories are a useful source of names and addresses for the genealogist.

Call Number: CS44 .B46 1992
ISBN: 080631348X
Call Number: Z1250 .C76
ISBN: 0838902464
Publication Date: 1977-05-01
Call Number: E172 .A466
Call Number: Z675.G44 F56 1988
Call Number: PN4867 .A97
An annual guide to publications and broadcasting stations.
Call Number: F804.A3 A52 1983
Call Number: F802.C7 C72 1980
Call Number: F804.D38 D3 1981
Call Number: NB1856.C5 L57
Call Number: CD3678.A1 R62
Call Number: E159 .A38 1973
Call Number: E202.5.N49 D38
Call Number: E172.7 .H47
Call Number: CS61 .H87 1976
Call Number: Z733.C55 L53 1988
Call Number: E202.5 .A164

Handbooks and guides are excellent starting points for genealogical research.They can provide general background information on all aspects of the subject, define unfamiliar terms, and offer bibliographies of other sources.If there is an index, it should be used for best access to a subject.

Describes retrieval of personal data about individuals from Census Bureau records.
Call Number: CD1222 .S65
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Call Number: CS21 .R57
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Call Number: CS16 .J3 1968
Call Number: CS613 .B38 1991
Call Number: CS16 .B23 1976
Call Number: CS16 .D6 1992
Call Number: CS16 .S8 1965
Call Number: CS16 .E85 1971
Call Number: CS16 .E9 1973
Call Number: CS47 .G73 2000
Call Number: CS49 .S65 1997
Call Number: CS16 .R97
Call Number: CS16 .S56 1991
Call Number: CS2541 .B3 1982
Call Number: CS2505 .C67 1967b
Call Number: CS2545 .G6 1982
Call Number: CS2385 .H27 1988
Call Number: CS2485 .D53 2003
Call Number: CS2375.G7 W5 1947
Call Number: CS2745 .W66
Call Number: Z5313.G69 B27
Call Number: CS5 .B8
Call Number: F791 .T85 1914
Call Number: F791 .T85 2008
Call Number: F795 .O45 1981
Call Number: J87 .N6 F821.63, M61
Call Number: J87 .N6 F821.63, M61, Calendar
Call Number: J87 .N6 F821.63, M61, Guide
Call Number: J87 .N6 F821.63, S73
Call Number: J87 .N6 F821.63, S73, 1981
Call Number: J87 .N6 F821.63, S73, Ser.1
Call Number: J87 .N6 F821.63, T32
Call Number: J87 .N6 F821.63, T32, Calendar
Call Number: J87 .N6 F821.63, T32, Guide
Call Number: U11.U5 H6 1965
Call Number: CD3047 .M8
Call Number: HA531.5 1890 .C462
Call Number: Doc W45.5:
Call Number: UB433 .C65 1984
Call Number: UA23 .J58 1991
Call Number: CS71.C499 C47 1989
Call Number: F795 .C5 1975
Call Number: F804.L86 D6 1983
Call Number: F796.D29 H26
Call Number: F804.H37 H5 1989
Call Number: F796 .I29
Call Number: F796 .M9 1983
Call Number: F802.O7 O73 1981
Call Number: F796 .R27 1912
Call Number: F802.S5 S52 1979
Call Number: CS159.B37 B375
Call Number: CS299 .T67 1971
Call Number: CS71.H4 1968

Bibliographies suggest other sources of information, which may or may not be owned by the NMSU library.Books not owned by the NMSU library may be borrowed through interlibrary loan with the permission of the owning library.Non-students should use the Branigan Library interlibrary loan service.Many genealogical books are not available through interlibrary loan, but may be used in person at the owning library.

Call Number: Z1236 .B74 1974
Call Number: CD3678.A1 G46 1978
Call Number: Z5313.G69 E23
Call Number: Z5311 .F55 1975
Call Number: E180 .F54 1985
Call Number: Z688.G3 G54 1988
Call Number: Z7164.I3 L2 1963
Call Number: Doc LC 30.27:G 28
Call Number: Z5301 .L68 1988
Call Number: F180 .G853
Call Number: Doc LC 1.6/5:15
Call Number: Z5313.G4 S57
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There are many things to do in New York. One of the most emotionally rewarding, has to be a good Treat Yo Self day. Treat yo self is a termed coined by Donna and Tom. Two fictional characters of Parks and Recreation that took one day out of the year off from work simply to splurge on themselves. We all need those days. We need to take the time to enjoy the finer things in life. After all, we only have one life to live!

There are three upscale Upper West Side restaurants that you’ve got to try if you’re going treat yo self . The first being a prohibition-era-esque lounge with live music .

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On the outside the jazz lounge is humble with its appearance, meek with its all-around black exterior with brassy undertones and gold accents. It is so understated that it stands out amongst all of the other eateries around it. When you enter the lounge you are greeted by a neat and upscale ambience dressed in beautiful brick walls accompanied by beige and crimson accents with beautiful chandelier after beautiful chandelier hanging within feet of one another.

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If you’re able to get an early start on your day, you might find time to make your way to Boulud Sud , a beautiful and very posh Mediterranean restaurant. Complete with a bar, this French restaurant offers an extremely modern design to its patrons. Although the restaurant is only open from 5am-11pm, upon visiting the restaurant you’re sure to be taken care of with great service and a beautiful presentation of entrees. Should you ever have time to visit Boulud Sud , the 4.5 star restaurant will be sure to appease you and your hunger.

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BOSTON, May 23, 2018 – Last night, after a thoughtful and substantive debate, the Massachusetts Senate voted 25–13 to approve Sen. Jamie Eldridge’s amendment #1147 , which adds four key protections for immigrants to the state budget for FY2019.

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In particular, the amendment bars police from asking about people’s immigration status unless required by law; ends 287(g) contracts that deputize state and local law enforcement as ICE agents; requires that immigrants be notified of their due-process rights; and ensures that Massachusetts does not contribute to any registry based on religion, ethnicity, citizenship or other protected categories.

The Senate then voted 25–13 to reject an amendment that included the same provisions, but also would have authorized police to detain immigrants for ICE, undoing the gains of the Supreme Judicial Court’s Lunn v. Commonwealth decision last year.

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Alejandra St. Guillen, director of the Boston Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement, served as emcee. “Remember, this is house,” she said – regardless of citizenship or immigration status.

The 22nd annual Immigrants’ Day at the State House was both a reckoning with the devastating impact of the Trump administration, and a reminder of the importance of state- and local-level action.

BOSTON, April 4, 2018 – The theme of the day was “Immigrants get the job done,” and dozens of black-and-orange posters offered proof in numbers.

1 in 5 workers in Massachusetts is an immigrant; 1 in 5 entrepreneurs, too; 59% of medical and life scientists. Immigrants in our state pay $8.4 billion in federal taxes each year, and $3.5 billion in state and local taxes. 7,100 workers are Salvadorans or Haitians with Temporary Protected Status.

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Interior landscaping is the practice of designing, arranging, and caring for living plants in enclosed environments. Creative Interior Plantscapes calls this ‘interior landscaping’ even though land is not literally being reshaped. ‘Interior landscaping’ is an appropriate term because indoor environments contain plains, angles, and horizons that are softened, accentuated or altered by the addition of plants and planters-thus landscaping the interior. Similar to outdoor landscapes, interior landscapes provide spaces with ornament, color, sculptural elements, focal points, and an overall pleasant environment.

In the trade, interior landscaping is also known as plantscaping and interiorscaping. Interior landscape firms will use one of the three terms or a combination. While interior landscaping is an accurate description of this specialty, plantscape and interiorscape are words that were invented at the birth of the interior landscape industry to define the trade. Plantscape and interiorscape may have originated in the early 1970s as the name of interior landscape companies but have since then become generic phrases that describe the specialty.

Academics and authors tend to be aligned with one term set with their own definition. Richard Gains, AIA the author of Interior Plantscaping (1977), says he uses the term plantscapes to “differentiate from interior landscape office planning.” Gains’ plantscape definition is restricted to plants within enclosed structures. Nelson Hammer, ASLA author of Interior Landscapes: An American Design Portfolio of Green Environments (1999) features gardens inside buildings defined as ‘interior landscapes’. Interestingly, Paul Cooper landscape architect and author of Interiorscapes: gardens within buildings (2003) extend his definition to include gardens that are “open to the air, as well as gardens that, although not contained by the architecture, are intrinsic to it.” ‘Interiorscape’ is also the name of a trade magazine for the interior landscape community. In contrast of the tendency to favor one term, the cover of Interiorscape magazine bears the slogan “interior plantscaper’s most read, most awarded information source since 1981.” While the definitions differ, Interior landscape, plantscape, and interiorscape are synonymous.

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