Music for Shenandoah is from Media Production at http://www.liu.edu/cwis/cwp/library/imc/product.htm
Patrons are invited to use IMC's rich collection of commercially produced media resources or create their own media materials. Some assistance is provided. Services for C.W. Post faculty include the production of overhead transparencies, copy slides, charts, poster displays, mounting, laminating, and some computer graphics. Please note, faculty may also recommend media resources for purchase by IMC.
All the following clip art images are from Microsoft images online found at http://dgl.microsoft.com Permission to use found on "license" link.
The picture of the three people sitting at a table that is found on every page. j0297565.gif
The picture of the museum is found on every page. j0183462.gif
The picture of the tractor is found on every page. j0212738.gif
The picture of the ship sinking is found on every page.TN00654_.gif
The picture of the treasure box is found on every page. j0283709.gif
The picture of the pioneer woman is found on every page. j0154312.gif
The picture of the equipment for preservation is found on every page.j0281143.gif
The picture of the steamboat is found on every page.j0332032.gif
The button with the picture of a sail boat is only found on The Boat and passengers.htm.j0205606.gif
The photographs on this website (the one of the river on the homepage, the pictures of the steamboat and of the snag found on the sinking page, the museum on the building of the museum page, the museum on the location of the museum page, the paddle wheel on the cargo page, and the one of the authors on the authors page) were all taken by group member Andrea.
The following items listed are hand drawn by one of our group members:
The anchor on every page is hand drawn by Dacey.
The image on every page of the story book is drawn by Andrea.
The image on the homepage of the puzzle is drawn by Andrea.
The image on every page of the bibliography is drawn by Patricia with the help of Macromedia Fireworks.
The image on every page of the puzzle is drawn by Andrea and Erin drew over it in microsoft fireworks
Cashill, Jack, "The Fall and Rise of the Steamboat Arabia.” Video River Salvage, Inc., 1994.
Gerhard, Laura “Sunken Treasure Yields Wool” 1997 http://www.sheepusa.org/sc_treasure.htm (2/7/0
MacDonald. Kevin “Trans-Mississippi Confederate Uniforms” http://members.lycos.co.uk/lazyjack/shirts.htm> ( 2/7/02)
Hawley, David It's Life, Demise and Resurrection" Treasures of the Steamboat Arabia 1999 <http://www.1856.com> (Oct.2001)
Bordewich, Fergus M. “Raising the Arabia.” Readers Digest, November1999, pg.122-130.
Hawley, Greg. “The Steamboat Arabia Museum,” “Preservation and Museum Development.” Treasure in a Cornfield. Kansas City: Paddlewheel Publishing, 1998, pp. 175-191.
Hawley, David. The Treasures of the Steamboat Arabia, Kansas City: David Hawley,1995.
Hawley, Greg, Treasure in a Cornfield. Kansas City: Paddle Wheel Publishing, 1998
Steamships, The Osborne Book Of Cutaways, Italy, Osborne Publishing,1996, pg.72-75
Connor Carey, interview, docent of the Steamboat Arabia Museum, 400 Grand Ave., Kansas City ,MO, 64152. (816) 471-1856. (Oct. 13, 2001)
Greta Rowland, interview, docent of the steamboat Arabia Museum, 400 Grand Ave., Kansas City, MO, 64152. (816) 471-1856. (Oct. 13, 2001)