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Edited by Dr
T. Matthew Ciolek and Dr Katerina Teaiwa
Est.: 21th June 1995. Last updated: 17 May 2010. This document is a part of Pacific
Studies WWW Virtual Library.
This facility is provided by the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies (RSPAS), Australian
National University (ANU).
Micronesia WWW Virtual Library
| Melanesia |
- Digital Micronesia: An electronic library and archive (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
[A site by Dirk HR Spennemann, Coverage: CNMI, Guam, Palau, Marshalls, Wake, Nauru, FSM, Chuuk, Kosrae, Pohnpei, Yap --- Art, Communications, Culture, Economy, Environment, FAQ, Geography, Health, History, Literature, Politics, Society, Stamps. ]
- Micronesian Seminar
(MicSem) Library Catalog (MicSem, Pohnpei, FSM)
[15,000 titles of the Micronesian Seminar Library, one
of the best specialized collections on Micronesia anywhere in the world,
are now searchable online. Search by author, title, subject, category
or year of publication. E-mail the MicSem library to request copies of
Self-description: "Micronesian Seminar (MicSem)
(www.micsem.org) is a research-pastoral
institute founded by the Catholic Church in 1972. Its main mission is
community education, although it has engaged in social research and
history. For over 25 years, MicSem has served the people of what was
once the Trust Territory of the Pacific--the Federated States of
Micronesia, Palau, the Marshall Islands, and the Commonwealth of the
Northern Mariana Islands."
- Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) (Archival site from U. Oregon, US)
[Chuuk, Kosrae, Pohnpei, Yap]
- Guam [to locate key resources use the link to the Google search]
- Kiribati [to locate key resources use the link to the Google search]
- Nauru [to locate key resources use the link to the Google search]
- Northern Mariana Islands [to locate key resources use the link to the Google search]
- Palau [to locate key resources use the link to the Google search]
Maintainer: Dr T. Matthew Ciolek (firstname.lastname@example.org), ANU, Canberra
Copyright © Jul 2008 - present by T. Matthew Ciolek and Katerina Teaiwa.
Copyright Dec 1999 - Jun 2008 by T. Matthew Ciolek.
Copyright Aug 1996 - Nov 1999 by 'Alopi Latukefu.
Copyright Jun 1995 - Jul 1996 by T. Matthew Ciolek.
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