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Plummer Alston Jones

There are 8 included publications by Plummer Alston Jones :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
The Activist's Daughter 1997 863 Appearing in the North Carolina Books column, this article reviews Ellyn Bache's The Activist's Daughter.
Between us: Serving the silent: We are still a nation of immigrants 1998 863 This article discusses the needs of North Carolina's immigrant population and how libraries can best accommodate them.
Canadian Public Library Service to a Multicultural Society: An American Praises Canadian Distinctiveness 1991 863 First published in Epilogue: Canadian Bulletin for the History of Books, Libraries, and Archives, this article traces the history of Canadian public library service to immigrants and ethnic groups through four periods of time, in the development of a...
From the president [interview with Plummer Alston Al" Jones, Jr., NCLA President, 1999-2001]" 1999 863 This article is an interview with NCLA President Plummer Alston "Al" Jones, Jr., focusing on his professional career.
Imagine the future: An ex post facto analysis of the 53rd NCLA Biennial Conference [Lagniappe: North Caroliniana column] 1999 863 This article looks at the 53rd NCLA Biennial Conference, presents and analyzes survey results on the event, and provides suggestions for future conferences.
Milestones in North Carolina librarianship (From the president [column]) 2000 863 This article highlights recent accomplishments and awards earned by North Carolina libraries and librarians.
Passing the Torch: Reminiscences with Frances Bryant Bradburn, Editor Emerita, North Carolina Libraries, 1985–2002 2002 863 This article features an interview between the author and North Carolina Libraries Editor Emerita Frances Bryant Bradburn.
Shuttle & plow: A history of Alamance County, North Carolina 2000 863 This article reviews the book Shuttle & Plow: A History of Alamance County, North Carolina, which includes over 300 years of the county's history.