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In This Issue
- President's Memo: Where's The Librarian?
- Editorial: Resolution For The New Year!
- From The Desk Of The Library Committee Chair
- From The Desk Of The Sub-Committee Chair
- Legislative Update
- NYSALB TRUSTEE INSTITUTE MAY 3-4, 2002
- Selecting A Feasibility Study Consultant
- War Profiteers
- Good Rules For Trustees
- Oaths Of Office And Library Trustees
- The Library Circuit: The Akwesasne Library And Cultural Center
- Eisner Named Velma Moore Award Winner
- Dallas Named NYLA/NYSALB Liaison
- THE TRUSTEE
The Library Circuit: The Akwesasne Library And Cultural Center
By Marcella O'Hanlon, NYSALB Trustee
Winter 2002 issue of Trustee
While in Hogansburg, New York, be sure to visit the Akwesasne Library and Cultural Center at 321 State Route 37. This library straddles the border of New York and Canada and is very interesting as it is part of the St. Regis Mohawk Indian Reservation. It has a collection of more than 28,000 books which have been selected to provide for the educational and entertainment needs of the concerned community of Native American people that wish to preserve their culture and fulfill the needs of future generations.
The Native Collection is one of the largest in the northern New York area. It has over 2,400 volumes containing information on Native people throughout the United States and Canada. Carol White is the director of the Akwesasne Cultural Center and Akwesasne Library.
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