Index to Special Acts 1789-1943 Now Online Friday, February 27, 2009Posted by lawlegref in legislative, New Resources @ CSL.
Tags: Connecticut, index, law, private laws, special acts
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This large PDF file allows online indexing for the first time to a valuable and hard to find area of Connecticut law and history. Special Acts and Private Laws are enactments of the Connecticut Legislature that never got codified into the General Statutes, but carry the same force of law. They include such things as town charters and amendments, establishments of corporations and nonprofit organizations, and individual petitions for damages or divorces.
Light on New Netherland Exhibit Opens Monday, February 23, 2009Posted by cslibweb in Museum, updates.
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The “Light on New Netherland” Exhibit has opened at the Museum of Connecticut History. This temporary exhibit highlights the presence of the Dutch in colonial America and Connecticut. Light on New Netherland was created by the New Netherland Institute, “an organization that promotes awareness of the Dutch history of colonial America…” The exhibit, located in Memorial Hall, runs through the end of March. For more information, see the museum’s page about “The Dutch Discovery of Connecticut”.
New Public Policy Resources @ CSL Monday, February 23, 2009Posted by cato34 in updates.
The Baby Bust; Who will Do the Work? Who Will Pay the Taxes? Fred R. Harris, editor. HB 1545 .B33 2006
Bending Science; How Special Interests Corrupt Public Health Research. Thomas O. McGarity and Wendy E. Wagner. RA 440.87 .U6 M24 2008
Courage After Fire; Coping Strategies for Troops Returning from Iraq and Afghanistan and Their Families. Keith Armstrong, et al. RC 550 .A74 2006
Her Story; A Timeline of the Women Who Changed America. Charlotte S. Waisman and Jill S. Tietjen. GIRSRef HQ 1410 .W354 2008
Working With Cultural Differences; Dealing Effectively with Diversity in the Workplace. Richard Brislin. HF 5549.5 .M5 B74 2008
New Exhibit @ CSL Monday, February 23, 2009Posted by cato34 in updates.
Celebrating Lincoln’s 200th anniversary, “Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address” is a new exhibit in the Main Reading Room. Featured are the official text, Bibles issued to soldiers during the Civil War, an invitation to the Inaugural Ball, and a photo of the Inaugural. A bibliographic essay and a reproduction of the speech are available as a commemorative brochure.
New Legal Resources at CSL Wednesday, February 18, 2009Posted by janis6 in updates.
Equality and Liberty in the Golden Age of State Constitutional Law. Jeffrey M. Shaman. KF 4749 .S52 2008.
Mediating Legal Disputes: Effective Strategies for Neutrals and Advocates. Dwight Golann. KF 9085 .G63 2009.
The End Of Inequality; One Person, One Vote and the Transformation of American Politics. Stephen Ansolabehere, James M. Snyder Jr.. KF 4905 .A96 2008.
Garner on Language and Writing. Bryan A. Garner. KF 250 .G376 2009.
The Decline of the Death Penalty and the Discovery of Innocence. Frank R. Baumgartner, Suzanna L. De Boef and Amber E. Boydstun. KF 9227 .C2 B38 2008.
State Library Closed – February 12th, 14th, 16th Friday, February 6, 2009Posted by cslibweb in updates.
All State Library facilities will be closed on Thursday, February 12, Saturday, February 14, and Monday, February 16, 2009 for the Lincoln’s Day and President’s Day holidays. Regular hours will resume on Friday, February 13th.