Internet Scout Project
The NASA Ames Research Group investigates "extraterrestrial materials and [is] especially interested in the formation, distribution, and fate of organic compounds (comprised primarily of carbon, like those in living things)." Users can discover the latest astrochemistry news and the Group's many missions such as Stardust, Spitzer, and Genesis. Students and educators can find informative explanations of the Group's research interests and its contributions to the field of astrochemistry. The websi
Essential Science for Teachers: Life Science: Session 3. Animal Life Cycles
One characteristic of all life forms is a life cyclefrom reproduction in one generation to reproduction in the next. This session introduces life cycles by focusing on continuity of life in the Animal Kingdom. In addition to considering what aspects of life cycles can be observed directly, the underlying role of DNA as the hereditary material is explored.,Students are asked what existed before a bird becomes a bird? Students explain their ideas about eggs and birds. They present interesting a
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Hematology 2 from the course General Human Anatomy
General Human Anatomy - Fall 2006. The functional anatomy of the human body as revealed by gross and microscopic examination.
Glavno mesto Bolivije
Lokacija posnetka: La Paz, Bolivija.,Location of a photo: La Paz, Bolivia.
Lokacija posnetka: Isla del Sol, Bolivija. Najvišje ležeče jezero na svetu.,Location of a photo: Isla del Sol, Bolivia. The highest (commercially navigable) lake in the world.
Letters Concerning the Release of Henry McLaughlin, Prisoner of War on Johnson Island, 1865
These letters show how Susan Brown was able to secure the release of her brother, Henry McLaughlin, from prison at Johnson Island near Sandusky, Ohio. Susan receives a letter from E. A. Sconill at the prison where her brother is being held stating that Henry wishes to take the oath of allegiance but that Sconill does not have the authority to release him. Susan then secures a letter of introduction to President Lincoln from Indiana Governor Oliver Morton. A later letter to the editor of the Nati
Index to the Personal War Sketches (page 2)
Second page of the index to the personal war sketches.,Hale Bonnerd 92
Seibert Royal S 93
Dom Josiah 94
Fort David P 95
Newton John 96
Tyner Elijah H 97
Dresser Nathaniel 98
Eagle George 99
Hartley James L 100
Lockwood Charles W 102
O’Donnell Hugh 103
Teavebaugh Wm F 101
Allison Wm M 104
Brennan Patrick 347
House Elitha H 105
Collins William H 106
Tuthill Benj 107
Young People Laughing and Eating Watermelon
A group of young people are laughing and eating watermelon at a picnic. There is a tent with tables and chairs behind them and they are dressed up as if for a party.
Two Young Men Tangle with a Wheelbarrow
What appears to be two men and one wheelbarrow is actually a trick photograph. The man riding in the wheelbarrow and pushing it are the same person.
William H. Missimer letter to George W. Garman, March 8, 1864
Mr. Missimer has returned to the North and wants to renew correspondence. He has begun to study denistry and prefers it to carpentry.,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
One of three divisions within the Office of Space Science at NASA, the Sun-Earth Connection has the primary goal of understanding the Sun, Heliosphere, and planetary environments as a single connected system. The Web site offers visitors information on space science missions including the Living with a Star and Solar Terrestrial Probes mission. Meeting notes and official reports can be viewed online, including the Sun Earth Connection 2002 Strategic Plan. Other items of interest include informat
Byron Ballard letter to Aaron Ballard, June 11, 1871
Mr. Ballard writes about family news and genealogy.,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
Joseph A. Pearson letter to Aaron and Nancy Ballard, April 11, 1870
Mr. Pearson writes of family news.,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
The State between Migration and Sojourning: the China difference
At the end of the 19th century, the Qing court described all Chinese living overseas as sojourners. Under the Republic, overseas Chinese were enjoined to be patriotic. After 1949, migration policies changed several times. Why did three different Chinese states pay so much attention to this subject?
Thomas and Elizabeth Pearson letter to Aaron and Nancy Ballard, July 29, 1868
Mr. and Mrs. Pearson write about farming and difficult financial times.,Transcripts provided by previous owner. On reverse side is paragraph signed by Morris and Mary A. Williams to the Ballards. In some letters, Mary Ann signed her name "Ann M. Williams."
single children both daughters Peyton and the? Williams families are non married nor moving since you have heard from them I believe I have written all necessary so I will close my unintersting letter we remain your affectionate Parents to death Write very soon Thomas Pearson Elisabeth PearsonI sit down to give you a few lines to let know that we are all alive and well I have no news to rite but times is hard here money is scarse corn is high $2.. per bushel great Confusion about t
Amos Ballard,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
Torsk fish in the North Sea
On sea bed,A torsk fish and devonshire cup corals at the bottom of the Thistle platform in the North Sea
Community of anemones, mussels, hydroids and tube worms in the North Sea
Attached to riser,A community of anemones, mussels and hydroids living a riser of the Heather Alpha platform in the North Sea