John Adams : John Adams , the first vice president (1789–97) and second president (1797–1801) of the United States.
The program was an outgrowth of the Blair International Society, begun in 1937. Forty years later, former history department chair Elliott Trommald, PhD, Hon.'65, established the modern Skeptics program as a regular forum for student discussion and debate; history teacher Martin Miller, PhD, took over in the mid-1980s and molded the program into a weekly lecture series, one that has since continued without interruption. Under the tutelage of Dr. Miller, Skeptics has featured a wide variety of speakers who are engaging, accomplished in their respective fields and often controversial. For a listing of upcoming Skeptics programs, please click here .
Christopher Callahan, A Journalist’s Guide to the Internet: the net as a reporting tool , Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1999, , ISBN 0205282156. Guide to using the Net for research and fact-checking – strong on search techniques and evaluation of results.
6. A problem recommendation report outlines the writer’s investigation into a particular problem and recommends a course of action to solve the problem
7. A site-visit report summarises the conditions which obtain at a particular location in relation to a project – such as the construction of a building.
Did I miss my favorite Westlake novel from this site’s bibliography page, or did it perhaps get overlooked? It’s *Kahawa* (about the theft of a traiload of coffee in Uganda) and I believe it was published in approximately 1988.
Gail Fenske. The Skyscraper and the City: The Woolworth Building and the Making of Modern New York (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008). This expands and refines the content and analysis of Fenske’s . dissertation.