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{{Infobox Museum
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|established = 1993
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|type        = [[Educational outreach]]
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|visitors    = Over 25,000 per annum as of 2009<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.amnh.org/about/AMNH_AR_2009.pdf |title=American Museum of Natural History 2009 Annual Report |publisher=The American Museum of  Natural History |date= |accessdate=2010-12-03}}</ref>
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|manager    = Rebecca Hampden Taylor
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|director    = Jim Short, Ed.D. (Gottesman Center for Science Teaching and Learning)
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|website    = ''http://www.amnh.org/education/moveable''
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The '''Moveable Museum''' is an [[educational outreach]] program operated by the [[American Museum of Natural History]] in [[New York City]] under the auspices of the [[Gottesman Center for Science Teaching and Learning]]. The program is available free of charge to all [[school]]s in the [[five boroughs]] of New York City and consists of four themed vehicles outfitted with hands-on, interactive exhibits covering [[paleontology]], [[anthropology]] and [[astronomy]]. The Moveable Museum program has been in operation since 1993, in which time it's visited over 700 schools in NYC and many [[Library|libraries]].<ref>{{Cite web|url= http://woodsideherald.com/uploads/Woodside_6_25_10.pdf
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|title= JIMMY VAN BRAMER BRINGS MOVEABLE MUSEUM TO QUEENSBRIDGE FOR FAMILY DAY
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|publisher= Woodside Herald
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|date= 25-Jun-10
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref><ref>
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{{Cite web|url=http://www.edwize.org/the-moveable-museum
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|title=The Moveable Museum
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|publisher=Edwize.org
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|date=November 3, 2010
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref><ref>
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{{Cite web|url=http://www.amnh.org/about/AMNH_AR_2009.pdf
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|title=American Museum of Natural History 2009 Annual Report
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|publisher=The American Museum of  Natural History
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|date=
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref><ref>
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{{Cite web|url=http://www.brooklyneagle.com/categories/category.php?category_id=9&id=32312
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|title=Fossilized Bones, Dinosaur Poo Are Hit in Park Slope
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|publisher=The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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|date=December 4, 2009
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref><ref>
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{{Cite web|url=http://schools.nyc.gov/SchoolPortals/21/K225/newsandinfo/News/amnhvisit.htm
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|title=American  Museum of Natural History Moveable Museum Program “Discovering the Universe” visits P.S. 225
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|publisher=NYC Department of Education
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|date=
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref><ref>
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{{Cite web|url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0NZzEQ3xno
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|title=Moveable Museums Make Trip to D.C. (video)
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|publisher=AMNH Youtube Channel
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|date=
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref><ref>
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{{Cite web|url= http://www.nationallabday.org/resources/all?filter%5Bprovided_by%5D=American+Museum+of+Natural+History
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|title=Moveable Museum
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|publisher=National Lab Day
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|date=
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref><ref>
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{{Cite web|url= http://www.stuytown.com/#/events
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|title=Moveable Museum
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|publisher=Stuyvesant Town Events
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|date=
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref><ref>
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{{Cite web|url= http://www.silive.com/northshore/index.ssf/2008/10/at_staten_island_school_a_movi.html
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|title=At Staten Island School, a Moving Way to Learn
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|publisher=SILive.com
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|date= 3-Oct-10
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref><ref>
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{{Cite web|url= http://www.ed.gov/oese-news/dinosaurs-moveable-museums-and-science
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|title=Dinosaurs, Moveable Museums, and Science!
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|publisher=United States Department of Education
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|date= 8-Nov-10
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref><ref>
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{{Cite web|url= http://www.edalliance.org/index.php?src=news&submenu=ArtGalleriesUpcoming&srctype=detail&category=Early%20Childhood&refno=72
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|title=AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY BRINGS DINOSAURS "EXHIBIT-ON-WHEELS" TO LOCAL PRESCHOOLERS
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|publisher=Educational Alliance
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|date=
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref><ref>
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{{Cite web|url= http://www.nyupatientlibrary.org/hassenfeld/news/6-30-08/amnh-moveable-museum-family-fun-day
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|title=AMNH Moveable at Family Fun Day
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|publisher=Family Health Resource Center & Patient Library
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|date=
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref><ref>
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{{Cite web|url= http://coloriumlaboratorium.com/m-o-n-h-moveable-museum
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|title=M.O.N.H (''sic'') Moveable Museum
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|publisher=ColoriumLaboratorium
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|date=
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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</ref>
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'''Current Moveable Museum Vehicles'''
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The '''''Annuaire de la Noblesse Moderne des Maisons Principales de l'Europe''''' ([[Yearbook]] of Modern [[Nobility]] of the Principal Houses of Europe), or simply the ''''''Annuaire de la Noblesse Moderne''''', is a reference guide of the European royal families and of the newly created nobility. The Annuaire is published in [[Canada]] and is written in [[French language|French]]. The latest edition published and registered with the [[Library and Archives Canada|National Library of Canada]] is the [[2010]] edition.
:*Paleontology of Dinosaurs ''(Grades K-2)''
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:::Paleontology of Dinosaurs is the oldest Moveable Museum vehicle currently in operation. Active since 1998, this vehicle is focused on teaching children how [[paleontology|paleontologists]] use [[fossils]] to study [[dinosaurs]] and other ancient life.<ref>
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{{Cite web|url=http://www.amnh.org/education/school_groups/offering.php?id=194
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|title=Paleontology of Dinosaurs (K-2)
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|publisher=American Museum of Natural History
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|date=
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref>
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:*Dinosaurs: Ancient Fossils, New Discoveries ''(Grades 3-8)''<ref>
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{{Cite web|url=http://www.amnh.org/education/school_groups/offering.php?id=194
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|title=Dinosaurs: Ancient Fossils, New Discoveries (3-8)
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|publisher=American Museum of Natural History
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|date=
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref>
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:*Structures & Culture ''(Grades 3-8)''
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:::The Structures & Culture Moveable Museum allows students to traverse the globe and enter the homes of three modern [[nomadic]] cultures—the [[Gabra people|Gabra]] of [[Kenya]], the [[Mongol people|Mongols]] of [[Mongolia]] and the [[Blackfeet people|Blackfeet]] of [[Montana]]. By studying actual pieces of material culture, students become anthropologists and investigate how [[culture]] allows people to use various environmental resources to meet basic human needs.<ref>
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{{Cite web|url=http://www.amnh.org/education/school_groups/offering.php?id=195
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|title=Anthropology: Structures & Culture
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|publisher=American Museum of Natural History
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|date=
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref>
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:*Discovering the Universe ''(Grades 6-12)''<ref>
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{{Cite web|url=http://www.amnh.org/education/school_groups/offering.php?id=196
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|title=Astronomy: Discovering the Universe
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|publisher=American Museum of Natural History
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|date=
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref>
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<gallery>
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== Purpose ==
File:Structures_%26_Culture_Moveable_Museum.JPG|''Structures & Culture'' Moveable Museum
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The purpose of the Annuaire is to list permanently, the royal houses of Europe (former and reigning), and their cadet branches, as well as the new nobility created by the Sovereign houses.
File:Two_Moveable_Museums.JPG|''Dinosaurs: Ancient Fossils, New Discoveries'' and ''Structures & Culture''
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File:Paleontology_of_Dinosaurs_Moveable_Museum.jpg|''Paleontology of Dinosaurs'' Moveable Museum
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File:DtU.jpg|''Discovering the Universe'' Moveable Museum
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</gallery>
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'''Current Moveable Museum Staff'''
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== Structure ==
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The Annuaire is divided into two sections:
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*'''Section I''': ''List of royal houses of Europe,''
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*'''Section II''':''List of modern houses of the nobility of Europe,''including members of royal houses granted supplementary titles.
  
Rebecca Hampden Taylor<ref>
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== See also ==
{{Cite web|url=http://schools.nyc.gov/SchoolPortals/21/K225/newsandinfo/News/amnhvisit.htm
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* [[Royal Almanac]] : French ancestor of the European elite directory.
|title=American  Museum of Natural History Moveable Museum Program “Discovering the Universe” visits P.S. 225
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|publisher=NYC DOE Schools Portal News and Announcements
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|date=December 9, 2008
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|accessdate=2011-04-15
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}}
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</ref>, Jude Maragliano<ref>
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{{Cite web|url=http://schools.nyc.gov/SchoolPortals/21/K225/newsandinfo/News/amnhvisit.htm
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|title=American  Museum of Natural History Moveable Museum Program “Discovering the Universe” visits P.S. 225
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|publisher=NYC DOE Schools Portal News and Announcements
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|date=December 9, 2008
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|accessdate=2011-04-15
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}}
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</ref>, Russell Taragan<ref>
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{{Cite web|url=http://www.rockawave.com/news/2007-08-03/community/004.html
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|title=American Museum Of Natural History Visits Rockaway
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|publisher=The Wave
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|date=August 3, 2007
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|accessdate=2011-04-15
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}}
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</ref>, Joanna Gammans<ref>
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{{Cite web|url=http://www.rockawave.com/news/2007-08-03/community/004.html
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|title=American Museum Of Natural History Visits Rockaway
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|publisher=The Wave
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|date=August 3, 2007
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|accessdate=2011-04-15
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}}
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</ref>, Dustin Growick<ref>
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{{Cite web|url=http://www.brooklyneagle.com/categories/category.php?category_id=9&id=32312
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|title=Fossilized Bones, Dinosaur Poo Are Hit in Park Slope
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|publisher=The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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|date=December 4, 2009
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|accessdate=2010-12-03
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}}
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</ref>
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==References==
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=== External Links ===
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* [http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/201/300/annuaire_noblesse/2010.pdf/ Annuaire de la Noblesse Moderne des Maisons Principales de l'Europe de Kozma Prutkov (Montréal, 2010, ISSN 1925-5594).]
  
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The Annuaire de la Noblesse Moderne des Maisons Principales de l'Europe (Yearbook of Modern Nobility of the Principal Houses of Europe), or simply the 'Annuaire de la Noblesse Moderne, is a reference guide of the European royal families and of the newly created nobility. The Annuaire is published in Canada and is written in French. The latest edition published and registered with the National Library of Canada is the 2010 edition.

Purpose

The purpose of the Annuaire is to list permanently, the royal houses of Europe (former and reigning), and their cadet branches, as well as the new nobility created by the Sovereign houses.

Structure

The Annuaire is divided into two sections:

  • Section I: List of royal houses of Europe,
  • Section II:List of modern houses of the nobility of Europe,including members of royal houses granted supplementary titles.

See also

  • Royal Almanac : French ancestor of the European elite directory.

External Links

fr:Annuaire de la Noblesse Moderne