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         Guinea Regional History:     more books (84)
  1. New Guinea: Crossing Boundaries and History by Clive Moore, 2003-07
  2. In Colonial New Guinea: Anthropological Perspectives by Naomi M. McPherson, 2001-08-22
  3. Memories of the East: Abstracts of Dutch Interviews About the Netherlands East Indies, Indonesia, New Guinea (1930-1962) in the Oral History Project Collection
  4. Mobilizing the Masses: Gender, Ethnicity, and Class in the Nationalist Movement in Guinea, 1939-1958 (Social History of Africa Series) by Elizabeth Schmidt, 2005-04-21
  5. Equatorial Guinea: Country Study Guide (World Country Study Guide Library) by Ibp Usa, 2009-01-01
  6. Papua New Guinea by Ernst Loffler, 1980-03-03
  7. Papua New Guinea: The Challenge of Independence: The Challenge of Independence : A Nation in Turmoil by Mark Turner, 1990-11-29
  8. A Short History of Papua New Guinea by John Dademo Waiko, 1993-02-08
  9. A History of Sao Tome Island, 1470-1655: The Key to Guinea (Distinguished Dissertations) by Robert Garfield, 1992-01
  10. English Seamen and Traders in Guinea 1553-1565: The New Evidence of Their Wills (Studies in British History) by P. E. H. Hair, J. D. Alsop, 1992-09
  11. Cold War and Decolonization in Guinea, 1946-1958 (Western African Studies) by Elizabeth Schmidt, 2007-10-22
  12. Historical Dictionary of Guinea (African Historical Dictionaries/Historical Dictionaries of Africa) by Janice E. Baker, 2005-03-16
  13. Historical Dictionary of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau by Richard Andrew Lobban Jr., Peter Karibe Mendy, 1996-12-26
  14. Not the Way It Really Was: Constructing the Tolai Past (Pacific Islands Monograph Series) by Klaus Neumann, 1992-03

1. The History Guy:Guinea Bissau Civil War
The history Guy for new elections in March and the pullout of Senegalese and guineaConakrytroops who were replaced by a regional peacekeeping force.
defaultStatus = "Be nice to your teacher today!" The History Guy: New and Recent Conflicts of the World Guinea-Bissau Civil War Intervention (1998-1999) Home Military History Historical Personalities Email ... Site Map *Updated: January 1, 2001* Links to News Stories and Web Sites on this conflict NAME OF CONFLICT: Guinea-Bissau Civil War ALTERNATE NAMES FOR CONFLICT: None known at this time BELLIGERENTS: Guinea-Bissau Government (of President Joao Bernardo Vieira) with Senegal and Guinea-Conakry Vs. Rebel Army troops led by former Army Commander Ansumane Mane DATES OF CONFLICT: BEGAN: June 7 1998Army rebellion begins. ENDED: November 2, 1998 Peace accord signed. Resumed May 6, 1999. TYPE(S) OF CONFLICT: Civil War/Army Rebellion and Foreign Intervention RELATED CONFLICTS: PREDECESSOR: CONCURRENT: Senegal Civil War (Casamance Rebellion) SUCCESSOR: CAUSES OF CONFLICT: Former Brigadier General Ansumane Mane attempted a coup against President Joao Bernardo Vieira, who has ruled Guinea-Bissau since 1980. Mane accused the President of corruption and leading the nation into poverty. Vieira fired Mane from command of the armed forces on charges of selling weapons to the Casamance rebels of southern Senegal. The army rebellion also may have originated in part due to the government's inability to properly pay its soldiers.

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    7. VFH Grant Program
    seminars in local and regional history for Southwest understanding of their Region'shistory and cultural The guinea Watermen Project Between 1993 and 1995
    NOTICE: Revised Grant Guidelines now available ALSO: New Grant Opportunities The VFH Grant Program is central to the mission of the Virginia Foundation. Through the Grant Program, we are able to lend our financial support in response to the interests and concerns of organizations and communities throughout the state. Since 1974, the Foundation has awarded more than 1500 grants for a broad range of public education programs: some of these have explored subjects within the disciplines of the humanitieshistory, literature, anthropology, ethics, and philosophy; others have used the humanities to address important public issues. The Grant Program is open to any incorporated not-for-profit organization in Virginia and to out-of-state organizations proposing projects that are likely to have a significant Virginia audience. All prospective applicants are strongly urged to contact the VFH staff before submitting an application and to submit a draft proposal for preliminary staff review.
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    Regional History Curriculum Development Seminars
    Through a series of grants made to the Southwest Regional Humanities Council and the Southwest Higher Education Center in Abingdon, the VFH supported four summer curriculum development seminars in local and regional history for Southwest Virginia teachers, mostly at the high school level. Together, these courses served a total of 55 teachers representing 12 Southwest Virginia counties, producing 38 curriculum units (some of the teachers worked collaboratively) which have been taught to more than 10,000 students in the Region since 1990.

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    9. The History Guy: News: Guinea-Bissau Peace Accord
    Home Civics Politics Military history New Recent guineaConakry supportingVieira will pull out and be replaced by a regional peacekeeping.
    History Guy: News of the World Guinea-Bissau Peace Accord Home Military History Email What's New ... Return to Guinea-Bissau Civil War Page Monday November 2, 1998 4:33 PM EDT Source: Yahoo!/Reuters news story Vieira Sees Accord As Victory For Guinea Bissau BANJUL (Reuters) - Guinea-Bissau embattled President Joao Bernardo Vieira and rebel leader Ansumane Mane flew together into the Gambian capital Banjul Monday after signing a peace accord to end their civil war. Vieira, speaking to reporters before heading for Bissau aboard a French military helicopter, said: ``The Abuja peace agreement is a victory for my people and I hope a definitive end to the conflict has now been achieved and will be honored.'' Mane, who is expected to head Tuesday for Guinea-Bissau where his forces are largely in control, remained silent. The two leaders returned with Gambian President Yahya Jammeh who had taken them late last week to the Nigerian capital Abuja where they signed the accord after intense efforts by regional heads of state.

    10. MUP: Women's Studies
    challenges commonly held perceptions of expatriate women in Papua New guinea. forNSW Premier's history Awards, Community and regional history Prize 1999 A


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    After A Fashion
    Joanne Finkelstein
    Considers the phenomenon of fashion as a social, economic and aesthetic force.
    [PB] Available Interpretations Blue China: Single Female Migration to Colonial Australia
    Jan Gothard
    Almost a hundred thousand single women emigrated from Britain to the Australian colonies between 1850 and 1900. This is their story. [HB] Available D. J.: Dorothy Jean Ross 1891-1982 Barbara Falk with Cecile Trioli [HB] Available Jean Devanny: Romantic Revolutionary Carole Ferrier A major biography of an important feminist and political figure in Australian history, and the first serious work on Devanny. [HB] Available Fiona Paisley A study of white female activists during the 1920s and 1930s who brought about reforms in the treatment of Aboriginal people in Australia. [PB] Available Kerreen Reiger Our Bodies, Our Babies traces the struggle of women to change approaches to childbirth and to claim their right to choices in childbirth and breastfeeding. [PB] Available Our Time but not Our Place: Voices of Expatriate Women in Papua New Guinea Edited by Myra Jean Bourke, Susanne Holzknecht, Kathy Kituai and Linda Roach

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    NSW Premier's history Awards, Community and regional history Prize 1999 A vivid socialhistory of health Sky Travellers Journeys in New guinea 19381939


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    Sacred Places: War Memorials in the Australian Landscape
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    The Age Book of the Year 1999
    The Age Book of the Year Non-Fiction Prize 1999
    FAW Literature Award 1998
    Ernest Scott History Prize 1999 Centre for Australian Cultural Studies Award, Individual Prize 1999 Distinguished historian Ken Inglis argues that Australian war memorials are the shrines of a civil religion. [HB] Available Miegunyah Sacred Places: War Memorials in the Australian Landscape, PAPERBACK EDITION K. S. Inglis The Age Book of the Year 1999 The Age Book of the Year Non-Fiction Prize 1999 FAW Literature Award 1998 Ernest Scott History Prize 1999 Centre for Australian Cultural Studies Award, Individual Prize 1999 Distinguished historian Ken Inglis argues that Australian war memorials are the shrines of a civil religion. [PB] Available Sand in Our Souls: The Beach in Australian History Leone Huntsman Independent Scholars Assocation of Australia Book Prize 2002 [PB] Available The Search for the Inland Sea: John Oxley, Explorer, 1783-1828

    12. Pacific Youth Council
    the delegates again expressed the need for the formation of a regional Youth Council. ofthe five main youth councils, such as Papua New guinea, Australia, Fiji
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    HISTORICAL BACKGROUND The idea about the setting up of a Regional Youth Co-ordinating council for the Pacific Basin was initiated by the Fiji National Youth Council in 1975. The idea came into being after repeated resolutions by Pacific Island country representatives at various Pacific Island’s Youth Conferences before and during 1979. The follow-up of the 1979 resolution was not hurriedly pursued. The idea was then temporarily shelved, due to the fact that not many countries in the Pacific who have already established National Youth Councils were strongly pressing the issue. An elaborate campaign was done to assist smaller island countries on the setting up of their National Co-ordinating networks. The campaign was backed up by the satelite links called "Peacesat" based at the various centres within the region convening regular satelite meetings and regular exchange of resource materials on the existing National Youth Councils to assist the intending countries. This campaign was co-ordinated by the Youth and Adult Education Unit of the South Pacific Commission. It took six years to finally realise the success. In 1985 about ten National Youth Councils was recorded to have been formed in New Zealand , Australia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Solomon Island, Niue, Cook Islands, Western Samoa, and Tokelau Island. Tonga had a youth workers association, Tuvalu was working towards the formation of the Tuvalu National Youth Council and Kiribati had made attempts towards a Kiribati National Youth Forum. With the above country-based councils; the time was deemed right to form a Pacific-based Regional Youth Co-ordinating body to foster closer collaboration for youth.

    13. Regional Activities - Africa
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    HISTORY OF MEMBERSHIP The continent's position as a crossroads between the Americas, Europe and Asia also lays it open to transnational crimes such as traffic in weapons, illicit drug trafficking, illegal immigration, traffic in stolen motor vehicles and fraud, etc., which can only be stopped by international co-operation. Seeking and locating the criminals involved poses problems relating to information exchange, international identification and arrests with a view to extradition. This is why Interpol (in accordance with Article 2 (1) of its Constitution) ensures the closest possible co-operation between the "criminal police authorities" of all member countries, including those in Africa. Crime is not associated with a particular region and is certainly not a problem for Africa alone. Ever since it was established, the International Criminal Police Organization - Interpol has been seen by countries all over the world as an institution whose principles and objectives correspond to universal aspirations for human rights, public safety and the fight against ordinary law crime. Joining Interpol was therefore one of the first steps taken by various African leaders once their countries obtained independence.

    14. Art, Architecture & Photography Books / Art History / Regional / African
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    Visual Function : An Introduction to Information Design
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    Flash of the Spirit : African and Afro-American Art and Philosophy
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    The Royal Arts of Africa : The Majesty of Form (Perspectives)
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    The West African regions of Senegambia (Senegal, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau) and the Western Sudan (Mali, eastern Guinea, etc.) feature a wide variety of 'traditional' social systems and cultures. We find various systems of kinship (patrilineal, matrilineal and mixed forms), of political centralisation (from 'acephalous' to 'state'), different artistic expressions, ecological habitats, agricultural and economic specialisation, etc. Both regions are also endowed with comparatively abundant historical sources (medieval Arab geographers, Portuguese navigators of the fifteenth century, European and Cape-Verdian traders, etc.). These afford us with a considerable time-depth of textual documentation.
    All of these features render the region an ideal location for social/cultural-anthropological studies, both synchronic and diachronic, as well as for historical studies. An even greater time-depth is attained by archaeology, for which the region also offers great prospects. Quite some research has already been carried out in and near the flood plains of the rivers

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