1 edition of American library laws. found in the catalog.
American library laws.
|Contributions||Ladenson, Alex, 1908-, American Library Association|
|LC Classifications||KF4315 A642 1965|
The Laws of the United States of America, compiled by Zephaniah Swift and first published by Richard Folwell in (with a publication date of ), is credited as being the first compilation of United States statutes. Swift () served as a diligent public servant from until , spending time in the Connecticut General Assembly, the U.S. House of Representatives, and the Author: Compiled by Zephaniah Swift. The American Library in New Delhi is a library under the supervision of the United States embassy, situated in the commercial hub of New Delhi inside the American Center (the office of US government officials in India).Opened in , the Library was established to promote understanding between the people of India and the United States. The library has books on topics related to American Owner: U.S. Embassy in New Delhi.
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