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  • Seidman, Robert H. (University of Edinburgh, 1972-09)
  • Page, Chris (Southern New Hampshire University, 1983)
    As stated in the thesis project, "The following report provides specific detail of my community economic development project. Since late summer 1982, I have been intimately involved in efforts to stabilize a major employer ...
  • Winne, Mark (Southern New Hampshire University, 1983)
    As stated in the thesis project, "The goal of this project was to secure adequate financing for the construction and start up of Hartford Farms, a commercial food producing greenhouse wholly-owned by two Hartford-based ...
  • Ford, Adrian L. (Southern New Hampshire University, 1983)
    As stated in the thesis project, "Alternatives for Community Development, Incorporated (ACDI) is a Massachusetts for profit community development corporation established in July, 1982. ACDI was formulated as a joint venture ...
  • Hunt, Sharon (Southern New Hampshire University, 1983)
    As stated in the thesis project, "The American Indian Community House (AICH) is a multi-purpose service organization which was established in 1969. Since that time, it has been the primary human service agency in New York ...
  • Winn, Gerald H. (Southern New Hampshire University, 1984)
    As stated in the thesis project, "The voice and face of our community are to a great extent the employees of our local retail establishments, town employees, waitresses, secretaries, receptionists, etc. Often the impressions ...
  • Perez, Joseph E. (Southern New Hampshire University, 1984)
    This report describes the process of redeveloping the historic Pomeroy House in Hartford, Conn. (Library-derived description)
  • Major, Carol (Southern New Hampshire University, 1985)
    This report describes the formation of the East Burke Appropriate Development Corporation, an entity whose purpose was to purchase a ski-resort in Vermont. The goal of the project was to create jobs, drawing on the region's ...
  • Everdell, Ros (Southern New Hampshire University, 1985)
    Soup kitchens represent the front line in assisting people who are facing a food emergency. However, as demand for assistance increases, there is also a need to increase the capacity of community based and faith based ...
  • Hasegawa, Kathleen (Southern New Hampshire University, 1986)
    As stated in the thesis project, "Worcester, Massachusetts, the "Heart of the Commonwealth", has recently been described as the best kept secret in New England. A city of approxiamately 160,000 people, it remains in the ...
  • Neirinckx, Ray (Southern New Hampshire University, 1986)
    This report describes the start-up activities of the Rhode Island Community Investment Loan Fund Work Goup. The appendixes provide a chronology of this process. (Library-derived description)
  • Bloch, John (Southern New Hampshire University, 1987)
    This report examines provides an overview of the economic conditions in northern New Hampshire, in 1987. (Library-derived description)
  • Casey, Nancy (Southern New Hampshire University, 1987)
    This report details the formation of the Vernon Hill Community Development Corporation in Worcester, Mass. The report describes the community mobilizing process and some of the political and social barriers faced by the ...
  • White, Peter (Southern New Hampshire University, 1987)
    This report chronicles the establishment of a community land trust to be located in Franklin, New Hampshire (US). The value of a community land trust is that it can provide a vehicle for community involvement in land use ...
  • Ritter, Roger G. (Southern New Hampshire University, 1987)
    Creating jobs (and providing services) to residents of the Passamaquoddy reservation in Washington County Maine became a key priority for the tribe in the mid 1980s. To achieve these goals the tribe chose to develop a food ...
  • Taylor, Kenneth B. (Southern New Hampshire University, 1988)
    As stated in the thesis project, "The ECCO Place Project of Providence, Rhode Island has its beginning rooted in the strategies and dreams of what has now been defined as the Civil Rights Movement of the fifties and sixties. ...
  • Yerxa, Bo (Southern New Hampshire University, 1988)
    This report describes the creation of a public health initiative of the Pamassamaquoddy tribe in Maine. Specifically, the project focuses on increasing the education level among members of the tribe to expand the capacity ...
  • Wasserman, Nancy (Southern New Hampshire University, 1989)
    This manuscript is an outline of the analysis undertaken of the Vermont Community Loan Fund. Community loan funds provide an alternative means of financing community economic development projects. (Library-derived description)
  • Allen, Eric (Southern New Hampshire University, 1989)
    This report describes a community organizing effort targetting the Asylum Hill neighborhood of Hartford, Ct. (Library-derived description)
  • FitzGerald, Kathleen (Southern New Hampshire University, 1989)
    As stated in the thesis project, "Development of Community Institutions is an emerging area of work for the organization, Women and Employment (W & E) has been asked by other groups for assistance with organizational ...