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ABC CLIO Ebooks

Description: Over 200+ ebooks covering a broad range of subjects.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

ABI Inform Complete

Business research from journals, trade publications, market research reports, dissertations, and working papers.

Full Text: Yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

Academic Onefile

Description: Academic OneFile is a collection of more than 8,000 journals with full manual indexing, a robust backfile and coverage of a variety of academic disciplines — from science, technology and medicine to the humanities. The majority of the content is peer-reviewed and available in full-text (both HTML and PDF).

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

Guides: Video Word PDF

 

Academic Search Complete

Description: A comprehensive scholarly, multi-disciplinary full-text database, with more than 5,400 full-text periodicals, including more than 4,500 peer-reviewed journals. In addition to full text, this database offers indexing and abstracts for more than 9,300 journals and a total of 9,850 publications including monographs, reports, conference proceedings, etc. The PDF content goes back to 1865.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

Guides: Video Word PDF

 

Academic Video Online - VAST

Description: features a single, fully integrated platform, offering access to thousands of full-length streaming video titles covering a variety of subject areas.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

Accessible Archives

Description: Provides full-text searchable databases for primary source material from 18th and 19th century periodicals. Includes Godey`s Lady`s Book 1830-1880, The Pennsylvania Gazette 1728-1800, The Civil War: A Newspaper Perspective, African American Newspapers, The Pennsylvania Newspaper Record, The Pennsylvania Genealogical Catalogue, and American County Histories to 1900.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

AccessScience

9,000+ encyclopedia articles and research updates, plus videos, animations, charts, and images, as well as biographies of scientists.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

African-American Experience

Description:The African American Experience (AAE) is a full-text digital resource exploring the history and culture of African Americans, as well as the greater Black Diaspora.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

African-American Poetry

Description: Contains nearly 3,000 poems by African-American poets of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

AgeLine

Description: AgeLine focuses exclusively on the population aged 50+ and issues of aging. AgeLine is the premier source for the literature of social gerontology and includes aging-related content from the health sciences, psychology, sociology, social work, economics, and public policy. This database indexes over 600 journals, books, book chapters, reports, dissertations, consumer guides, and educational videos. Publication coverage is from 1978 to the present, with selected coverage from 1966-1977

Full text: no; some links to other fulltext resources

Access: on campus and remote

 

America: History and Life

Description: Indexes articles, reviews, and dissertations for U.S. and Canadian history.

Full text: no; some links to other fulltext resources

Access: on campus and remote

 

American Chemical Society Journals

Description: American Chemical Society Journals provides full-text searching and instant access to all titles, volumes, issues, and articles published by the American Chemical Society from 1879 to the present.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

American Indian Experience

Description: The American Indian Experience (AIE) is a full-text digital resource exploring the histories and contemporary cultures of the indigenous peoples of the United States.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

American Periodicals Series

Description: This database offers full-color, digital access to a broad range of American periodicals, spanning the 19th century through the dawn of the 20th century and containing special interest and general magazines, labor and trade publications, scientific and literary journals and photographic periodicals, as well as other historically significant titles.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

American Poetry

Description: Find poems written from 1650-1920. Includes Anne Bradstreet, Emily Dickinson, Edgar Allan Poe, Phillis Wheatley, Walt Whitman and Herman Melville.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

American Slavery: A Composite Autobiography

Description: A collection of the life histories of former slaves in the United States compiled through nearly 4,000 interviews with ex-slaves.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

America's Historical Newspapers: 1690-1922

Description: Early American newspapers published between 1690 and 1922, including titles from all 50 present states

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

America's Newspapers

Description: Full-text content of 779 U.S. newspapers, each the complete electronic edition of record. Each paper provides unique coverage of local and regional news, including companies, politics, sports, industries, cultural activities, and people in the community. Paid ads are excluded.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

America's Newspapers: North Carolina

Description: Several North Carolina newspapers with unique coverage of local and regional news, including companies, politics, sports, industries, cultural activities, and people in the community. Paid ads are excluded. Includes titles such as the Charlotte Observer, Durham Herald Sun, The Fayetteville Observer, and Wilmington's Star News.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

Ancestry - Library Edition [on campus access only]

Description: Provides coverage of the United States and the United Kingdom, including census, vital, church, court, and immigration records, as well as record collections from Canada and other areas. This collection contains more than 4,000 databases and two billion names.

Access: on campus only

 

Applied Social Sciences Index and Abstracts: ASSIA

Description: Health services, social work, sociology and psychology - journal articles
Subject Area(s): Social Sciences
Coverage: 1987-Current

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

Archives Unbound

Description: This resource includes the following primary document resources:

  • American Indian Correspondence: Presbyterian Historical Society Collection of Missionaries' Letters
  • Meriam Report on Indian Administration and the Survey of Conditions of the Indians in the U.S.
  • The American Indian Movement and Native American Radicalism
  • The Greensboro Massacre, 1979: Shootout between the American Nazis & the Communist Workers Party
  • The War Department and Indian Affairs, 1800-1824

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

Art & Architecture Complete

Description: Art & Architecture Complete provides full-text coverage of 380 periodicals and more than 220 books. In addition, this database offers cover-to-cover indexing and abstracts for more than 780 academic journals, magazines and trade publications, as well as for over 230 books. Art & Architecture Complete also provides selective coverage for 70 additional publications and an Image Collection of over 63,000 images provided by Picture Desk and others.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

Art Full Text with Retrospective

Description: Indexes articles from periodicals published throughout the world, as well as reproductions of works of art that appear in indexed periodicals.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

Art Project (Google)

Description: Explore collections from around the world with thousands of artworks photographed in extremely high resolution.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

Arte Publico Hispanic Historical Collection

Description: A digital collection of historical content pertaining to U.S. Hispanic history, literature and culturefrom colonial times until 1960.

Full text: no

Access: on campus and remote

 

Arts & Humanities Citation Index

Description: Consists of multidisciplinary indexes of bibliographic information gathered from thousands of scholarly journals.

Full text: no

Access: on campus and remote

 

ARTstor [must create account on UNCP campus
[Instructors: 
request privileges]

Description: ARTstor provides access to more than 500,000 images, which document artistic traditions across many times and cultures and embraces architecture, painting, sculpture, photography, decorative arts, and design as well as many other forms of visual culture.

Full text: no

Access: on campus and remote. Must create an account on campus

Guides: Word PDF

 

ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials

Description: Covers biblical studies, world religions, church history, and religion in social issues. Links are provided to over 150,000 electronic articles and book reviews, from more than 70 journals selected by leading religion scholars in the United States.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

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Guide to UNCP College Yearbooks

 

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This finding aid is NCEAD compliant.

Descriptive Summary

Repository:    University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Mary Livermore Library. Archives.
Title:    UNCP College Yearbooks
Creator:    University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Abstract:    College Yearbooks
    The yearbooks normally contain individual pictures of the college administration and the members of the senior class; group pictures of the lower-level classes and the various organizations; pictures of the campus buildings and significant activities; sometimes there are pages of advertisements for businesses in the surrounding area (Pembroke, Red Springs, Maxton, Lumberton, etc).
Extent:    v. :ill., cm. (size varies)

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Administrative Information


Access Restrictions
The materials available on this web site are for research use only. Publication and/or broadcast in any form, whether print or electronic, requires written permission from the Mary Livermore Library.
For purposes of private study, scholarship, and research, materials from this web site may be reproduced without prior permission. When citing materials, please provide proper documentation of source.

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Copyright Notice
The copyright law of the United States governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material
Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy is not to be "used for any other purpose than private study, scholarship, or research."
If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use," that user may be liable for copyright infringement.

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Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], UNCP College Yearbook, [Mary Livermore Library], [University of North Carolina at Pembroke], [Pembroke], NC, USA.

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Acquisitions Information
Local call number: Cage LD4881

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Processing Information
Processed by Anne H. Coleman, July 2009
Encoded by Anne H. Coleman, July 2009

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Historical Sketch of UNCP

On March 7, 1887, the General Assembly of North Carolina enacted legislation that created the Croatan Normal School, founded to train Native American public school teachers. Local people constructed a building at a site approximately one mile west of the present location. The school opened with 15 students and one teacher in the fall of 1887. The school moved to its present location in Pembroke, the center of the Indian community, in 1909. The General Assembly changed the name of the institution in 1911 to the Indian Normal School of Robeson County, and again in 1913 to the Cherokee Indian Normal School of Robeson County.
For many years, the instruction was at the elementary and secondary school level, but in 1926, the Board of Trustees added a two-year normal program beyond high school and phased out the elementary school instruction. The first diplomas from the "normal" school were awarded in 1928, when the state accredited the school as a "standard normal school." Additional college classes were offered in 1931, and, in 1939, a fourth year was added, with the first four-year degrees conferred in 1940. In recognition of the school's new status, the General Assembly changed the name of the school in 1941 to Pembroke State College for Indians. Until 1953, it was the only state-supported, four-year college for Indians in the nation.
The scope of the institution was widened in 1942 when non-teaching degrees were added, and, in 1945, when enrollment, previously limited to the Indians of Robeson County, was opened to all federally-recognized Indian groups. A few years later, in 1949, the General Assembly shortened the name to Pembroke State College.
In 1953, the Board of Trustees approved the admission of white students up to 40 percent of the total enrollment, and, following the Supreme Court's school desegregation decision in 1954, opened the college to all qualified applicants regardless of race.
In 1969, the General Assembly made the institution a regional university and changed the name again to Pembroke State University. Three years later, in 1972, the General Assembly established the 16-campus University of North Carolina with Pembroke State University as one of the constitutient institutions. In 1978, the Board of Governors approved the implementation of master's programs and several new undergraduate programs at Pembroke State University. Over time, additional baccalaureate and master's level programs were added.
The institution celebrated its centennial in 1987, and, on July 1, 1996, Pembroke State University officially became The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.

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Document Overview

     Even though the institution was founded in 1887, the first college yearbook was not published until 1942, fifty-five years later and the middle of WWII. The next yearbook was not published until 1946, after the War ended. The 1942 yearbook was entitled The Lumbee Tattler. For the 1946 edition, the name was changed to The Indianhead and has remained the same since then. The yearbooks contain the basic items found in most yearbooks: pictures of students in the different classes and various extra-curricular organizations; a senior class prophecy; and advertisements for local businesses.

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Online Catalog Headings

     These and related materials may be found under the following subject headings in the Mary Livermore Library's online catalog.

Cherokee Indian Normal School--Yearbooks.

Cherokee Indian Normal School--Students--Yearbooks.

Cherokee Indian Normal School--Periodicals.

Pembroke State College--Yearbooks.

Pembroke State College--Students--Yearbooks.

Pembroke State College--Periodicals.

Pembroke State University--Yearbooks.

Pembroke State University--Students--Yearbooks.

Pembroke State University--Periodicals.

University of North Carolina at Pembroke--Yearbooks.

University of North Carolina at Pembroke--Students--Yearbooks.

University of North Carolina at Pembroke--Periodicals.

College yearbooks.

Yearbooks.

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The 1946 - 2010 Indianhead

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Mary Livermore Library 2013 Fact Sheet

Academic Year 2012-2013

  • Total Operating Budget: $3,091,664
  • Building Space: 60,000 Sq. Ft.
  • Total Library Staff: 25 (9 Librarians & 16 Support Staff)
  • Public Service Hours Per Week: 106
  • Gate Count for Fiscal: 160,825
  • Library Website Visits: 271,121
  • Books Circulated: 20,193
  • Course Reserves Transactions: 3,134
  • Media Items Loaned: 35,824
  • Materials Budget: $1,357,633
  • Cataloged Volumes Held: 405,325
  • E-book Volumes Held: 124,119
  • Units of Microform Held: 712,796
  • Audiovisual Materials Held: 17,753
  • Serials Subscriptions Held: 65,210
  • Electronic Database Subscriptions Held: 137
  • Information Services Transactions: 10,818
  • Document Delivery Items Loaned: 4,830
  • Document Delivery Items Borrowed: 5,793
  • Library Instruction Sessions Provided: 291
  • Library Instruction Attendance: 6,325
  • Library Presentations Attendance: 1,549
 
 

Mary Livermore Library 2012 Fact Sheet

Academic Year 2011-2012

  • Total Operating Budget: $3,091,664
  • Building Space: 60,000 Sq. Ft.
  • Total Library Staff: 28 (11 Librarians & 17 Support Staff)
  • Public Service Hours Per Week: 106
  • Gate Count for Fiscal: 186,466
  • Library Website Visits: 294,307
  • Books Circulated: 18,976
  • Course Reserves Transactions: 10,723
  • Media Items Loaned: 35,947
  • Materials Budget: $1,620,651
  • Cataloged Volumes Held: 399,465
  • E-book Volumes Held: 118,522
  • Units of Microform Held: 709,797
  • Audiovisual Materials Held: 16,029
  • Serials Subscriptions Held: 65,210
  • Electronic Database Subscriptions Held: 128
  • Information Services Transactions: 8,092
  • Document Delivery Items Loaned: 3,548
  • Document Delivery Items Borrowed: 1,957
  • Library Instruction Sessions Provided: 312
  • Library Instruction Attendance: 4,939

 

 

 

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