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Cass Hartnett, BOTM for September, 2007

Cass Hartnett is U.S. Documents Librarian at the University of Washington Libraries, a position she’s held since 1997. She also teaches the Government Publications class at the University of Washington School of Information, loving the energy and inspiration she receives from students. Her main interests are American women’s history and the historical/popular value of federal government information. She co-founded the Northwest Government Information Network (NGIN) and is currently Chair-Elect of the American Library Association’s Government Documents Roundtable (GODORT). She’s thrilled to be contributing to FGI as a novice blogger!

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