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    • E. M. Broner: 07-13-1981 

      Broner, Esther M.; Rubin, Stan Sanvel; Robertson, Mary Elsie (1981-07-13)
      E. M. Broner was a Jewish-American feminist writer, best known for her books Weave of Women, Her Mothers, Journal-Nocturnal and Seven Stories, and Summer is a Foreign Land. She begins the interview by reading a passage ...
    • Eagle's Nest Geyser Surrounded by a Pile of Sticks Covered with Sinter 

      Unknown author (2018-11-28)
      New Zealand. Wairakei district. Eagle's Nest Geyser Surrounded by a Pile of Sticks Covered with Sinter.
    • Eagle, Bald 

      Bailey, Guy (1909-01-01)
      Eagle, Bird. Adult in Flight Approaching Nest. Photographed by Guy Bailey. Oneida lake, New York. (1909)
    • Eagle, Bald 

      Bailey, Guy (1909-01-01)
      Eagle, Bald. Young Bird Standing on Logs, Showing Heavy Wings, Facing Observer. Photographed by Guy Bailey. Oneida lake, New York. (1909)
    • Eagle, Bald 

      Bailey, Guy (1909-01-01)
      Eagle, Bald. Head and Shoulder of Young Bird. Photographed by Guy Bailey. Oneida lake, New York. (1909)
    • Eagle, Bald 

      Bailey, Guy (1911-01-01)
      Eagle, Bald. Young Bird Flying from Nest. Photographed by Guy Bailey. Oneida lake, New York. (1911)
    • Early Calls for Abolitionist Lectures Fell on Deaf Ears in Orleans County 

      Ballard, Matthew R. (County of Orleans, 2018-01-27)
      Frederick Douglass frequently passed through Orleans County, offering lectures on the abolitionist cause in places such as Medina and Albion; his notoriety attracted large crowds from across the county. When other ...
    • Early Childhood (Birth - Grade 2) Certification 

      Undergraduate Curriculum and Policies (2000-05-01)
      Lists the requirements of program to achieve the Early Childhood Certification
    • Early Childhood Education (1-6) Certification Program 

      Undergraduate Curriculum and Policies (2000-05-01)
      Teacher education program changed to meet Board of Regents expectations
    • Early Settlers of Sweden: Fifty Years Ago, Brockport in 1829 

      Soules, Stanley
      In 1879 the Brockport Republic newspaper ran a series of articles commemorating the early settlers of Sweden, Brockport, and Clarkson. Stanley Soules was a retiree who made an avocation of local history and in the 1980s ...
    • Earth Day 

      Executive Committee (1971-05-03)
      Motion that the Faculty Senate approve "Earth Week".
    • Earth Science Water Proposal 

      Undergraduate Curriculum and Policies (2006-05-08)
      Introduction of a 19-credit water resources minor to the Department of the Earth Sciences program. This minor will be open to all undergraduate students regardless of declared major. Majors in the Department of the Earth ...
    • Earthworks of Old Fort William Henry 

      Unknown author (1912-01-01)
      Lake George village. Earthworks of old Fort William Henry. (1912)
    • East Africa Protectorate: Kikuyu Men & Wives 

      Unknown author (1913-01-01)
      East Africa Protectorate. Two Kikuyu Men and Their Wives Going to Market. Near Nairobi. (1913)
    • East Africa Protectorate: Kikuyu Woman 

      Unknown author (1913-01-01)
      East Africa Protectorate. Kikuyu Woman. Near Nairobi. (1913)
    • East Africa Protectorate: Mombasa 

      Unknown author (1913-01-01)
      East Africa Protectorate. Mombasa. Natives with Ivory for Shipment at Custom House Dock. (1913)
    • East Africa Protectorate: Safari 

      Unknown author (1913-01-01)
      East Africa Protectorate. Safari of James Ricalton on Its Way to Mt. Kenia. (1913)
    • East Clarkson (Garland) in 1872 

      Unknown author
      The hamlet of East Clarkson or Garland as it later became known is at the intersections of Routes 104 & 260. Platmaps show both locations of properties and buildings, and also give the name of the owner. Once you download ...
    • East Meets West: The Problem of Identity in Orhan Pamuk's The White Castle and The Black Book 

      Rosekrans, Taylor (2014-04-26)
      This presentation examines a few of the main aspects of the work of Turkish Nobel Prize winning author Orhan Pamuk. Specifically, his novels The White Castle and The Black Book. Pamuk identifies himself as a citizen of ...
    • East of Bordeaux: Concrete Road, Near Libourne 

      Unknown author (1927-04-01)
      France. East of Brodeaux. Wide, Straight Concrete Road Lined with Trees. Near Libourne. (April 1927)