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Monica:  I looked at the blurb on your book.  It looks like a good reference
for a lot of people.  I plan on recommending it for our library.  I think it
could be useful for high school too.

Dawn jaeger '99
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From: "Monica R. Edinger" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, August 18, 2000 6:53 AM
Subject: NCSS


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> I'm going to be at the NCSS convention for the first time (as I usually go
> to NCTE which meets at the same time) and noticed that Dr. Billington is
> giving the keynote on Friday, November 17th.  It made me wonder who else
> connected to AMF will also be at the convention.  I'd love to meet up!
>
> I'll be doing a session, Seeking History: Teaching with Primary Sources in
> the Upper Elementary School, which will include American Memory.
> (Unfortunately, San Antonio is too far for me to bring students as I did
> when I presented at NCTE here in NYC last March. That was so much fun and
> I encourage you all to consider including students when doing
> presentations.)  I also sheepishly admit that I'm presenting in order to
> bring attention to my primary sources book for Heinemann which will be out
> next month.  They are putting the finishing touches on the accompanying CD
> even as I write. For more information go to
>
http://www.heinemann.com/code/template.ghc?direct=search_titles&dw=view&book
_id=1831
>
> So, please let me/us know if you will be at NCSS and if an AMF reunion is
> a possiblity!
>
> All the best,
>
> Monica (AMF97)
>
> PS I was visiting Kathy Isaacs (AMF99) last month and we went to the
> Library so I could see the Jefferson Library (very, very cool) and The
> Wizard of Oz exhibits.  We were amused to discover it was the last day of
> the first session of this year's AMF institute. (Those signs directing
> Fellows to the luncheon were all over the place!)  We ran into two Fellows
> still walking on air after their week and then dropped by to visit with
> LOC folks.  It was fun to see the actual real life offices after all these
> years!
>
> Monica Edinger
> The Dalton School
> New York NY
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