Title: New Worlds
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Title: New Worlds Digitization at the University of Florida Digital Library Center
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Language: English
Creator: Kesse, Erich J., 1959-
Affiliation: University of Florida -- Gainesville -- George A. Smathers Libraries -- Digital Library Center
Publisher: University of Florida Libraries
Publication Date: 2008
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Subject: University of Florida.   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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COLLECTIONS
Literature for Children
Linking Florida's Natural Heritage

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NATURAL HERITAGE

Linking Florida's
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Florida
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Literature for
Children


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Bartrams' Trails


Florida Geological
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Literature for Children
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Digitization

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Linking Florida's Natural Heritage
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Library & Museum Cooperation

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Literature for Children
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requests for funding
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Psychology in the Study of
Art
The Illustrated Stage
Roving Naturalists


Linking Florida's Natural Heritage
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De-centralized administration
Uneven progress
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secondary projects for funding
from multiple sources
* Named Collections:
Florida Geological Survey
Aerial Photography Florida
Roving Naturalists
Florida Map Collection





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