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State Agency Databases Activity Report July 21, 2013

It’s been a slightly active two weeks at the State Agency Databases Project at http://wikis.ala.org/godort/index.php/State_Agency_Databases. For the full list of things that happened in the last 14 days, visit http://tinyurl.com/statedbs14d. Here are some highlights:

DATABASES ADDED

MONTANA (Susanne Caro)

Unclaimed Property at Montana Department of Revenue] – Search for Unclaimed Cash. Search by personal name or business.

WASHINGTON (Marilyn Von Seggern)

Project Search – Search for RCO projects (1964-present) from 5 organizations such as the Recreation and Conservation Funding Board and the Salmon Recovery Funding Board. Search criteria are name of organization, project type, status, number, or name, and keyword. Results include project details and description, worksites, milestones, and report attachments.

WYOMING (Karen Kitchens)

Wisdom – The Wyoming Interagency Spatial Database & Online Management (WISDOM) System is a user-friendly tool that will allow any interested individual to discover, consider, and assess Wyoming’s wildlife resources.

UPDATES TO SUBJECT PAGES

In addition to the above updates we recently added newspaper related Oregon resources to our Historical Media Databases page and our Historical Newspaper and Magazine Indexes pages.

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