DALNET Digital Archive: Recent submissions

  • Oakland Community College; College Academic Senate (2010-06-24)
    These are the June 2010 minutes of OCC's College Academic Senate.
  • Oakland Community College; Student Outcomes Assessment Committee (2010-05-27)
    The SOAC End of Year Report highlights the work they completed during 2009-2010. This report includes the highlights of: Faculty Assessment Day, General Education Outcomes, Student Essay Competition, Program Assessment, ...
  • Oakland Community College; College Academic Senate (2010-05-27)
    These are the May 2010 minutes of OCC's College Academic Senate.
  • Oakland Community College; College Academic Senate (2010-05-27)
    This document outlines the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008- Textbook Provisions Section 133(a) and how the Act affects different parties, a timeline for adoption, and a table of information for college bookstores.
  • Oakland Community College; College Academic Master Plan Committee (2010-04-22)
    The College Academic Master Plan Committee performed a comprehensive review of the four Campus Academic Master Plans in the winter 2010 semester. This document details the objectives, the review process, and review results ...
  • Oakland Community College; College Academic Senate (2010-04-22)
    These are the April 2010 minutes of OCC's College Academic Senate.
  • Oakland Community College; College Academic Senate (2010-04-22)
    These motions were brought before the Academic Senate in April 2010.
  • Tannous, George Habib (Al-Hoda, 1901-11-09)
    Expresses pride in Lahhoud Karam for his involvement in Democratic Party politics in Louisville, KY.
  • Mubarak, Yohanna Jirjis (Al-Hoda, 1904-12-08)
    Reports that there were 88 Syrians in Fond du Lac, WI, most of them working in factories, except for six peddlers and one shoe repairman. The city also had three hand-written newspapers.
  • Antun, Farah (Al-Jami'ah, 1908-08)
    Report by the editor of Al-Jami'ah about his meeting with the Canadian Minister of the Interior who detailed for him the conditions of acquiring land to homestead, especially in Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan.
  • Awwad, Yusuf (Al-Wafa, 1908-01-24)
    Argues that Arab women should be educated which would keep them from crime and corruption -- but they should know that "Man is the master of women, as Christ is the Head of the Church."
  • Abu-Sa'd, Nassif Yusuf (Al-Ayyam, 1898-06-30)
    Writes about the success achieved by Syrians/Arabs in North Dakota in homestead farming, where over twenty families are present. Asks for a Catholic priest for them.
  • Bourke, John G. (Journal of American Folk-Lore, 1896)
    Author, who was then president of the American Folk-Lore Society, states that enough "Moorish blood was included in the Caucasian migration to New Spain" to make it of "considerable importance" (p. 82). He then details ...
  • Unknown author (Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1902-11-02)
    Generally positive picture of wealthier Syrians/Arabs moving into Brooklyn and rapidly Americanizing. Women are praised for hard work in peddling.
  • Childe, Cromwell (New York Times, 1899-08-20)
    Attempts to take the "romance" out of accounts about Little Syria, especially the lower Washington Street section. States that only the poor live there whereas rich Syrians/Arabs do business in Little Syria by day and get ...
  • Cole, William Isaac (Massachusetts Department of Education, 1921)
    Provides background, numbers, distribution, occupations, and assimilation.
  • Gjessing, Erland (The Illustrated Buffalo Express, 1909-01-03)
    Discusses the Buffalo, New York Syrian/Arab characteristics, numbers, cause of immigration, peddling, women and dress. Pictures
  • Unknown author (Harper's Weekly, 1895-08-10)
    Generally positive account of the Arab community in New York, and the daily life and occupations of its members. Pictures.
  • Unknown author (New-York Daily Tribune, 1892-10-02)
    Generally positive picture of an "exotic" and colorful people with strange customs but who are industrious and good at trade, the main reason for their immigration. Sketches.
  • Unknown author (New-York Tribune, 1903-10-11)
    Details the daily life and trade of Arab men and women in the New York City area, their peddling, shops, and factories. Arab population is estimated at six thousand in New York City, and an additional forty thousand in ...

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